Was That The Last Issue Of Haunt?

Haunt #29 was published yesterday with rather an explosive ending and the line;

It was the last issue to be written by Joe Casey and subsequent issues have been solicited with Todd McFarlane as a writer.

The question asked by a number is… has the book actually been cancelled with the current issue? Were the subsequent solicitations faked? And wha’s actualy going on?

Todd McFarlane told Bleeding Cool;

Rich…I am looking to retool the book and make it more creepy. I want the word HAUNT to be much more meaningful to the impact of the stories in the future. I can introduce some new ideas for the book within the pages of SPAWN then bring the title back out again.

It’s a relaunch folks!

Here’s what could have been…

HAUNT #29
story JOE CASEY
art NATHAN FOX & KYLE STRAHM
cover NATHAN FOX
AUGUST 29
32 PAGES / FC / T+
$2.99
The fuse has been lit! The countdown to the apocalypse begins! A look back into the Kilgore brothers’ past reveals even more hidden secrets! You’ve been asking questions – now get ready for some answers!

HAUNT #30
story JOE CASEY
art NATHAN FOX
cover NATHAN FOX
JANUARY 9
32 PAGES / FC / T+
$2.99
The mystery of Mirage is revealed!  When a cryptic message is delivered to the Kilgore brothers, their next move may end up tearing them apart!  It’s brother versus brother, in a battle for their own soul!

 

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