Joe Hill’s Wraith Sells Out Print Run Of 16,695 Copies. Here’s A New Page.

Locke & Key saw its last issue release this week and many are singing its praises and mourning the close of an instant classic.

But though Locke & Key may be over, Joe Hill‘s new book, Wraith: Welcome To Christmasland is doing okay. Considering orders.

A prequel to his bestseller novel, NOS4A2: A Novel, it had a relatively low advance order numbers for the first issue, but since then has rapidly sold through its overprint, with 16,685 copies going out to comic stores, and more demanded. So IDW are putting together a second print, ASAP.

Here’s the first page of the new issue coming out on the 15th January in comic stores across the land. If you can find a copy…

WRAITH CLASSIC
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