Comic Crypt: IDW Publishing Out this Week – Road of Bones, Wellington #2

Road of Bones

Horror, history, and Russian folklore collide in this brutal survival tale, where the worst prison in the world is merely the gateway to even darker terrors. In 1953, the Siberian Gulag of Kolyma is hell on Earth–which is why Roman Morozov leaps at the chance to escape it. But even if they make it out, Roman and his fellow escapees still have hundreds of miles of frozen tundra between them and freedom. With the help of a mysterious being straight out of his childhood fairy tale stories, Roman just might make it–or is the being simply a manifestation of the brutal circumstances driving him insane?

Written by Rich Douek
Art by Alex Cormack
Genres – Horror, Mystery, Suspense

About Book
Page Count – 113 Pages
Print Release Date – January 22 2020
Digital Release Date – January 22 2020
Age Rating – 15+ Only
Sold by comiXology

$13.99


Wellington #2 (of 5)

As if a supernatural murder mystery wasn’t enough trouble, Arthur Wellesley must also deal with a talking crow, a magical crone, and an otherworldly monster roaming the countryside. All in a day’s work for the Duke of Wellington. The supernatural thriller from Aaron Mahnke, creator of Lore, the hit podcast, continues here!

Written by Delilah Dawson, Aaron Mahnke
Art by Piotr Kowalski
Genres – Horror, Mythology, Supernatural/Occult

About Book
Page Count – 28 Pages
Print Release Date – January 22 2020
Digital Release Date – January 22 2020
Age Rating – 12+ Only
Sold by IDW

$3.99


About Michael Juvinall (3917 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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