Sorry it’s true. Fresh from being part of the Eisner Award-winning team last year, today The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne returns to Dark Horse Presents. The story of a little old lady living in an English village in the nineteen forties, who helps the police with their murder inquiries and generally solves them.
Except she lies.
And she is the murderer.
She targets those she believes stain the world. Murderers, paedophiles, adulterers, homosexuals, gypsies, Jews, Communists, Catholics, her wrath known no boundaries. And after all, who would suspect such a harmless little old lady?
She’s Dexter Meets Miss Marple. And in the new story, starting today, she is a guest at a country house of an old family friend. But it is never wise to make a friend of Miss Cranbourne. You never know who she will find unworthy of life…
The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne: The Library In The Body begins today in Dark Horse Presents.
Oh, and if I didn’t mention it, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne is written by me and drawn by Simon Rohrmuller.
Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London. This week hosting an art battle between Savage Pencil and Chris Long, commencing this evening..
Battle of the Eyes (Savage Pencil & Chris Long) will be in residence from Wednesday evening, and throughout the day from Thursday to Sunday. The Orbital Gallery will be transformed into a live studio with mural-sized action painting happening, and real underground comix artefacts being created. And Savage Pencil himself will be delivering a talk on underground comix on Friday, February 7 from 7.30pm.