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N0S4A2 and THE WRAITH - TOGETHER FOR THE ONLY TIME!
1 of 999 Signed Limited Editions!
By Joe Hill and artist Charles Paul Wilson III.
Dust jacket and interior illustrations by Charles Paul Wilson III with additional art by Gabriel Rodriguez.
Published by IDW.
A signed, limited edition of Joe Hill’s classic-in-the-making novel, NOS4A2. The book is signed by Joe Hill and Charles Paul Wilson III and is hand-numbered to 999.
FEATURES FOR THIS LIMITED:
Victoria McQueen has a gift for finding lost things. If she rides her bike through the Shorter Way Bridge, she can find anything that’s lost. She’s also the only person ever to have escaped from Charlie Manx. Charlie may have died, but he hasn’t forgotten Victoria, and he takes her son for a ride in his car.
Victoria McQueen will do anything to save her son, but the Shorter Way Bridge has become a more perilous crossing than it was when she was a child. And who wouldn’t want to have Christmas…forever? Sleigh bells ring….
In his terrifying new novel, NOS4A2, New York Times bestselling author, Joe Hill, makes sure you’ll never listen to Christmas carols without a shiver again. But more than just horror, NOS4A2 is a story of strength, of magic, of family, and the costs of love. It’s about finding what is lost, even when what we lose is ourselves.
About the Graphic Novel:
Joe Hill’s New York Times bestselling novel, NOS4A2, introduced readers to the terrifying funhouse world of Christmasland and the mad man who rules there: Charlie Talent Manx III. Now, in an original new comic miniseries, Hill throws wide the candy cane gates to tell a standalone story that is at once both accessible to new readers and sure to delight fans of the book.
Limited: 999 signed and numbered hardcover copies, each with an original small sketch by the artist and packaged in a hand-built slipcase.
2015, October, IDW Publishing. Limited to 999 Signed / Numbered copies by the author and the artist.
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