This June, DC will unleash its all-new DC Horror imprint The Conjuring: The Lover, the monthly five-issue limited series that serves as a prelude to the highly-anticipated film The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, opening in theaters on June 4th.
We’ve got a first look at the interior pages of the first issue by artist Gary Brown, who also did the Catwoman comic for DC.
The Conjuring: The Lover expands the tragic story of Jessica, a college freshman returning to campus after winter break, bringing with her the anxieties of last semester’s poor grades, the awkwardness of facing a boy she wishes she’d never slept with, and an undeniably unnerving feeling of being watched. Jessica soon comes to realize that something evil has made her its target, and it will not rest until it has her in its unholy grip. But why did this sinister presence set its sights on a seemingly normal college freshman?
This terrifying series will also feature backup stories that further explore the mysteries of the dreaded artifact room of Ed and Lorraine Warren from The Conjuring Universe. Issue #1 contains a bloodcurdling story exploring the frightening origin of one of the items from the Warrens’ haunted artifact room, written by comics superstar and Dark Nights: Death Metal mastermind Scott Snyder.
The debut issue of The Conjuring: The Lover arrives in comic book stores and on participating digital platforms on Tuesday, June 1, 2021, with issue #2 available on Tuesday, July 6th.
Here’s your first look at some of the interior pages from issue #1 by artist Garry Brown.
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