Harrow County

Dark House Announces Harrow County Paperback Omnibus

Dark House Announces Harrow County Paperback Omnibus

Great news for fans of Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook's award-winning horror series Harrow County who like the series exactly enough to pay $30 for the first volume of a paperback omnibus but not quite enough to pay $40 each for the library edition hardcovers (what's your problem, cheapskate!?). Dark Horse has announced the impending […]

Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook Return to Harrow County, Join the Death's Choir

Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook Return to Harrow County, Join the Death's Choir

Superstar series creators Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook are returning to Dark Horse Comics for more Harrow County stories, and they're bringing series newcomer artist Naomi Franquiz with them. In a new four-issue series set during World War II, this creative team tells the story of a ghost choir that causes the dead to rise. […]

Harrow County #32 cover by Tyler Crook

Harrow County #32 Review: A Powerful Finale to the Series

Emmy and Hester Beck meet for their final battle in the sky. The denizens of Harrow County have been taken over, and they have beaten Malachi. It is only the two witches left now, and their battle will decide the fate of the county forevermore. Can Emmy win? Or will Hester take back what she […]

The Man of Steel #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Top and Bottom 5 Comics of May 30th, 2018: The Week that Asked for Too Much Money

May 30th had a lot of major releases between Amazing Spider-Man #800, the beginning of Batman's "The Wedding" arc, Kong of Skull Island's 2018 Special, and three Annuals between the Big Two. Some were great. Others tripped over themselves. Check out the best and the worst below.   Top 1. Man of Steel #1 Brian Michael Bendis' short entry at the […]

Harrow County #31 cover by Tyler Crook

Harrow County #31 Review: Building Up the Tension for the Final Showdown

The citizens of Harrow County have surrounded Emmy and aim to kill her. The Abandoned wants her to protect herself, but she refuses to hurt the residents of the county, and she commands the Abandoned to do the same. He holds them off while Emmy makes her escape, but her powers have changed. She fears […]

Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook's Harrow County Gets a Library Edition This Fall

Though Harrow County, the Dark Horse series by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook, may soon be coming to an end, the mad scientists at Dark Horse have found a way to bring it back as an undead fiend. And by "undead fiend," we mean as a deluxe Library Edition hardcover containing two trade paperback volumes, […]

Harrow County #30 cover by Tyler Crook

Harrow County #30 Review: Building Up to the Final Magical Showdown

Hester begins a ritual that summons the inhabitants of Harrow County to her pyre. Demons surround her and drum a horrific beat. Bernice readies herself to confront Hester, and she is joined by a reluctant Priscilla. Elsewhere, Emmy tries to disrupt Hester's ritual from afar, but she discovers that her powers have changed since her […]

Harrow County #30 cover

Exclusive Look Inside Harrow County #30 by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook

Dark Horse has sent us an exclusive preview of Harrow County #30 from Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gunn) and Tyler Crook (B.P.R.D.). The series is described as a southern gothic fairy tale and tells the tale of Emmy Crawford, who always knew the deep dark woods surrounding her home was crawling with ghosts, goblins, and […]

Harrow County #29 Review: Hester Returns to Harrow County

Emmy returns her fallen partner from whence he came while Hester returns to her home and her duplicitous cadre of allies. The meeting doesn't go so well, and Hester returns to Harrow County not long after. There, she finds her father, and they have a confrontation of their own. This issue brings Hester into focus […]

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Harrow County #27 Review: A Duel For The County

It's the showdown of Harrow County. Kimmi is threatening its residents with her malice and witchcraft. Bernice arrives with some witch-fighting tricks up her sleeve to stop Kimmi in her tracks. It's a duel for the soul of Harrow County. Elsewhere, Emmy is coming to terms with some her actions and her history. This issue […]

Dark Horse's Harrow County To Become Syfy Series

Deadline reports that Syfy is developing a series based on the Dark Horse comic book Harrow County by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook. Twelve Monkeys vet Becky Kirsch will adapt the comic, which centers on woman who learns she has a connection to the ghouls, goblins and other assorted denizens of a the deep dark […]

Advance Review: It's A Haunted World In Harrow County #5

Reading Harrow County is a real trip. I can never tell what's coming up in each issue, only that it has so far avoided any rough edges in transition that might make me think, even for a moment, that I might put the series down. With gorgeously colored and expressive artwork by Tyler Crook, Harrow […]

Cullen Bunn Presents 'A Very Dark Reflection Of Our World' In Harrow County

I've been interested in Dark Horse's Harrow County since before the series came to print, having seen some promo artwork, and then hearing about the folklore aspects and rural setting. I wasn't disappointed in the least, in fact the series has far exceeded my expectations and become one of my most anticipated reads as each […]

UCP Signs First Look Deal With Dark Horse – Concrete And Umbrella Academy In Development

Universal Cable Productions (UCP) has signed a first-look deal with Dark Horse Entertainment. The deal announced today will focus on developing and producing scripted programming from their extensive comics library as well as new material. Projects currently in development: Harrow County – Emmy has always known that the deep, dark woods surrounding her home crawled […]

The Flaming, Voiceless Dead – Preview Harrow County # 3 From Dark Horse

I'm really digging Harrow County, the highly original horror comic from Dark Horse written by Cullen Bunn and illustrated by Tyler Crook. Both these guys know exactly what they are doing with the genre, and they are working in a period setting of mid-century (or earlier?) America in a rural community, following the life of […]