Declan Shalvey, Gavin Fullerton, Rebecca Nalty, and Clayton Cowles head to Ireland for new Image Comics survival horror graphic novel “Bog Bodies” in March 2020

Declan Shalvey, Gavin Fullerton, Rebecca Nalty, and Clayton Cowles head to Ireland for new Image Comics survival horror graphic novel “Bog Bodies” in March 2020

Take a trip to the Emerald Isle with Image Comics as they bring us the survival horror story Bog Bodies. The all-star creative team of Declan Shalvey, Gavin Fullerton, Rebecca Nalty, Clayton Cowles, and Heather Antos unite to tell the tale of an unlikely duo who have to work together to survive. Setting the action in Ireland is an inspired and welcome choice, and the idea of a gangster and an innocent woman relying on each other is pretty clever as well. We’ll be keeping our eyes on this one, so check out the details below.

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NEW SURVIVAL HORROR GRAPHIC NOVEL—BOG BODIES—SET TO LAUNCH FROM IMAGE COMICS IN MARCH 2020

PORTLAND, Ore. 08/18/2019 — Image Comics is pleased to announce an original graphic novel, Bog Bodies, by writer Declan Shalvey

(Injection, Savage Town), artist Gavin Fullerton (Bags [Or A Story Thereof]), colorist Rebecca Nalty (Xena, Glow), letterer Clayton Cowles (Die, Savage Town), and editor Heather Antos coming to Image Comics in March 2020.

A cold, poignant story of crime, survival, and regret, Bog Bodies follows an Irish gangster on the run after a job gone wrong who encounters a young woman lost in the Dublin mountains. Injured and unarmed, the unlikely pair must try to evade their pursuers and survive the desolate bog that has served as burial grounds for unspeakable murder throughout history.

Bog Bodies will hit comic shops on March 4, 2020, followed by other retailers on March 10.

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