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Cullen Bunn is cranking out all kinds of interesting things right now including Bone Parish.  Bone Parish is a story about a new drug hitting the streets called Ashes that is actually ashes of the dead.  Of course things only get weirder and crazier from there.

Comic Investing Update:
Bone Parish #1 quickly sold out quickly.  Some our now selling for $20 dollars or more on Ebay.  One to really look out for is the FOC variant by Tyler Crook (See cover above).  There are only 1,435 copies of the Tyler Crook cover published, which is almost nothing.  Should the series ever become very popular with a film or TV show that cover could grow a lot in value.  The standard cover is now selling for $5 and the FOC variant is selling for $20.  This is now Cullen Bunn's biggest launch at BOOM! Empty Man another Bunn comic is currently being turned into a film by Fox.

BOOM! Studios is proud to present your first look at BONE PARISH #1, an all-new chilling necromantic horror series from superstar writer Cullen Bunn (The Unsound) and artist Jonas Scharf (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) in July 2018. A new drug is sweeping through the streets of New Orleans. One made from the ashes of the dead. Wars are being fought over who will control the supply, while the demand only rises. While the warring factions collide, users begin to experience terrifying visions of the dead coming back to life—through them.
This powerful debut issue features a main cover by Lee Garbett (Lucifer) and variant covers by Rod Reis (Doctor Strange: Damnation) and Tyler Crook (Harrow County).
“At its heart, BONE PARISH is a story about family—how we define it, how we do right by it, and the choices we make to preserve it,” said Eric Harburn, Senior Editor, BOOM! Studios. “This is an unflinching look at how we connect to—and disconnect from—the world around us, wrapped in a special kind of horror crime story that only Cullen, Jonas, Alex, and Ed could deliver.”


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