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The Axe Is About To Fall in DC’s Basketful of Heads #2 [PREVIEW]

We were big fans of the first issue of Basketful of Heads, the debut offering from DC’s new ‘Hill House Comics’ pop-up imprint, with Mark saying “there is very little that I can fault in this issue. If anything, I’d have liked it to be longer, and I’d actually have liked the opportunity to read all seven issues right now, because I know it’s going to be a bloody, fantastic, romp!” in his review (CLICK HERE).

If you haven’t checked it out already then you really need to remedy that, and if you have, we’re thrilled to be able to give you an early sneak peek at the unlettered artwork for the second issue, on sale November 27th.

But first, here’s the official solicitation info:

Hunted to the point of exhaustion, June Branch struggles to outwit and outfight the home invader coming after her. He’s armed with a .44 and a secret agenda; she’s got a thousand year-old Viking relic and no way to escape. The axe is about to fall in the topsy-turvy second chapter of the horror story with the sharpest edge in comics!

Plus, fears escalate and a full moon rises over the HMS Havoc in chapter three of the “Sea Dogs” backup tale, written by Joe Hill with art by Dan McDaid!

Basketful of Heads #2
Written by Joe Hill
Art by Leomacs
Colors by Dave Stewart
Cover by Reiko Murakami
In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
Final Orders Due: Nov 04, 2019
SRP: $3.99


[UNLETTERED PREVIEW ARTWORK – CLICK TO ENLARGE]


The writer of this piece was: Craig Neilson-Adams (aka Ceej)
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