Dark Horse Books is bringing Tales From Harrow County Vol 1 & 2 to a brand new collected edition. This oversized Library Edition collects both complete volumes of the Eisner Aware nominated Series. The hardcover collection will be available at comic stores on October 5 and then a few days later on the 18 at bookstores.


MILWAUKIE, Ore., (May 13, 2022)— Dark Horse Books presents Tales from Harrow County Library Edition, an oversized hardcover that collects the two complete volumes of the southern gothic horror story. This Eisner Award-nominated series is written by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook, with art by Naomi Franquiz and Emily Schnall.

In Death’s Choir, ten years have passed since Emmy exited Harrow County, leaving her close friend Bernice as steward of the supernatural home. World War II is in full swing, taking Harrow’s young men and leaving the community more vulnerable than ever—and when a ghostly choir heralds the resurrection of the dead, Bernice must find a solution before the town is overrun.

In Fair Folk, fresh off the loss of her goblin friend to a strange portal, Bernice must weigh her responsibilities as protector of Harrow County with her desire to get her companion back safe and sound. But the past weighs heavily and the fair folk use Bernice’s memories against her.

Tales from Harrow County Library Edition will be available at comic stores October 5, 2022 and in bookstores October 18, 2022. It is available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop and bookstore. Tales from Harrow County will retail for $39.99.

Harrow County


A rare thing—both wonderfully charming and genuinely disturbing.”—Mike Mignola (Hellboy)

“Disturbing and genuinely brilliant at its core.” —Jeff Lemire (Black Hammer)

“Deftly written, beautifully drawn, thoughtfully imagined—Harrow County already feels like a classic.” —Michael Chabon (The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay)

“Genuinely creepy and engaging.” —Mark Millar (Kick-Ass)

“A must-read for horror fans.”—Steve Niles (30 Days of Night)

“Tight creepy fun, both in story and art. A winner.” —Joe R. Lansdale (Cold in July)


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