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Harrow County Headed to Syfy

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As reported by Deadline:

Syfy has put in development Harrow County, a drama adaptation of the new Dark Horse comic written by Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun) and illustrated by Tyler Crook (Bad Blood).

Harrow County was among the first titles identified under Universal Cable Prods.’ first-look deal with Dark Horse Entertainment announced in July. The project has now been set up at Syfy with Becky Kirsch tapped to write the adaptation.

Harrow County centers on Emmy who has always known that the deep, dark woods surrounding her home crawled with ghosts, goblins, and the restless dead. On the eve of her 18th birthday, she learns that she is connected to these creatures and to the land itself in a way she never imagined, for she is the reincarnation of a powerful witch who was put to death on the very day Emmy was born. For this reason, the townsfolk mean to kill her too. In order to survive, Emmy must embrace the unusual powers at her command.

Kirsch has emerged as one of Syfy’s go-to writers. She worked on the network’s Dominion and Twelve Monkeys before being drafted for Harrow County. She is repped by ICM Partners and manager Carel Cutler. 

Posted by cullenbunn on December 09, 2015  /   Posted in Comics

Uncanny X-Men Preview

Here’s a preview of the first issue of my upcoming UNCANNY X-MEN run! Art by Greg Land, Jay Leisten, and Nolan Woodard! The book comes out in a few weeks. There’s still time to let your local comic shop know that you’d like to pre-order a copy! Don’t miss out!

Posted by cullenbunn on November 21, 2015  /   Posted in Comics

Blood Feud #1 – 10/14/2015

Tomorrow, the vampires run wild in the Ozarks!

BLOOD FEUD #1 (by Drew Moss, Nick Filardi, and some hick named Cullen Bunn) hits the stands this Wednesday! Hopefully, you pre-ordered it. Even if you didn’t, I hope you’ll give the book a chance! It’s a backwoods horror yarn with a lot of humor, heart, and spiders.

Here’s what a few people are saying about it:

This book is filled with twists at every corner, and some you even see coming yet a strong series that can easily be a TV show. The story by Cullen Bunn is departures from everything we have seem from him before, which […] shows his skills as writer who can tell superb stories no matter the genre. The art by Drew Moss and Nick Filardi is exceptional from their character designs to the intricate settings. Overall, a great entry into the genre, which looks to ramp up the action in future issues. (Graphic Policy) Read Full Review

Blood Feud #1 took me by surprise, and (as you can probably tell) I really enjoyed the comic; I’ll be adding this to my ever-growing pull list when I next go to my Local Comic Shop. Hopefully you’ll do the same. (Graphic Policy) Read Full Review

 

This issue was actually a pretty good build up issue. It felt like the start of a horror movie, it had everything you want from horror. I really enjoyed it. The art is great and for the first time in a long while all the characters were likable. It’s gonna be sad when we start to lose them one by one. If I’m being honest I have to say it felt a little like the walking dead. Almost like a prequel until the vampires. (Comic Crusaders) Read Full Review

And here’s a preview of the first few pages!

 

 

Posted by cullenbunn on October 13, 2015  /   Posted in Comics

Tales of Harrow County

Did you know that every issue of HARROW COUNTY features a 1-page backup story? We’re using these short tales to build the mythology of the creepy little county. Here’s a sample… by Owen Gieni and yours truly!

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Posted by cullenbunn on June 29, 2015  /   Posted in Comics

The Six in RPG Terms!

Tomorrow, Pinnacle Entertainment will launch a Kickstarter campaign in support of the role-playing game based on The Sixth Gun. In advance of the campaign, statistics for The Six–the mystical pistols with the power to reshape the world–have been released! Enjoy!

The Kickstarter launches at NOON on May 26th!

Posted by cullenbunn on May 25, 2015  /   Posted in Comics
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