John Lees : And Then Emily Was Gone #1

And Then Emily Was Gone #1

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Grant Morrison, Alan Moore, Stephen King

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A haunted former police detective goes in search of a missing girl, and finds Hell instead.

Greg Hellinger is a man who sees monsters. A former detective driven to the brink of madness by terrifying apparitions, he is tasked with finding a missing girl named Emily. Hellinger’s search takes him to a remote community in the Scottish Orkney Islands, where strange and terrifying things are happening…

Script - John Lees

Art - Iain Laurie

Colors - Megan Wilson

Letters - Colin Bell

Editorial Reviews

“Grotesqueries unimaginable inhabit these pages.” - Multiversity Comics

“I’ve never read a comic like this..." - Comic Bastards

“I absolutely loathe the phrase ‘page turner’ but that’s exactly what this is...”
- Big Comic Page

“A triumph for Laurie and Lees…”
- Broken Frontier

“Like classic Stephen King, there’s a foreboding uneasiness with everything in the book…" - Comic Booked

“Fantastic…” - Frank Quitely (All Star Superman, Jupiter’s Legacy)

“Super creepy, super good…”
- Nick Pitarra (The Manhattan Projects)

“This book is amazing...”
- Riley Rossmo (Drumhellar, Bedlam)

“A unique and bold vision...”
- Michael Moreci (Hoax Hunters, Cursed)

“A wonderful, twisted little surprise…" - Owen Michael Johnson (Raygun Roads)

“A masterclass in comics...a movie for the mind...”
- Shaky Kane (The Bulletproof Coffin)

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