BEHOLD: Jeff Lemire’s FOC Variant Cover for Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy #1

With final order cutoff approaching in one week, Dark Horse Comics has given Bleeding Cool the opportunity to write the word EX-X-XCLUSIVE repeatedly in an article by giving us the EX-X-XCLUSIVE reveal of Jeff Lemire’s final order cutoff incentive variant for Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy #1, the first issue of the new mini-series launching in December.

Diamond order code for this variant is OCT198045, and though Previewsworld still lists series artist Tonci Zonjic as the cover artist for this variant, we assure you it is by series writer and Black Hammer co-creator Lemire, in case it wasn’t obvious:

For FOC, Here's Jeff Lemire's Variant Cover for Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy #1
EX-X-XCLUSIVE!

In addition to this very EX-X-XCLUSIVE reveal, we also have two pages of interior art from the series and some character designs by Lemire:

Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy is the latest expansion of Lemire and Dean Ormston’s popular Black Hammer Universe. Check out the solicit below, and be sure to get your orders in for Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy #1 and the variant covers of your choice (including the one EX-X-XCLUSIVELY revealed right here on Bleeding Cool) before next Monday.

SKULLDIGGER & SKELETON BOY #1 (OF 6) 10 COPY FOC INCV
OCT198045
(W) Jeff Lemire (A) Tonci Zonjic
Spiral City finds itself trapped in a vicious cycle of crime, corruption, and violence. With the heart of the city at stake, a vigilante rises in Skulldigger. However, when the nefarious Grimjim escapes from prison, will Skulldigger and his ward, Skeleton Boy, be enough to save Spiral City?
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
Final Orders Due: Nov 25, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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