A Sneak Peek At The Pages Of DC’s ‘The Conjuring: The Lover” Issue Two

July 1, 2021

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]


Dark and haunting adventures continue when DC HORROR, the all-new 17+ imprint from DC and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, launches THE CONJURING: THE LOVER #2, available digitally and at participating retailers on July 6, 2021!
The second installment of this five-issues limited series is part of the prelude to the fan-favorite New Line Cinema film, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, currently available in theaters and exclusively on HBO Max.
Co-Written by David L. Johnson-McGoldrick (Screenwriter, The Conjuring 2Orphan) and New York Times best-selling author Rex Ogle (Free LunchTeen Titans) with series artwork by Garry Brown (Catwoman), the first look at some of the spine-tingling interior pages from issue #2 is available now below.
In this second installment, Jessica’s life begins to take a terrifying turn as she finds herself experiencing increasingly disturbing events at her college. Most troubling of all, she begins to suspect that the phenomena she’s experiencing could have an unsettling origin—her own psyche.
Each issue of THE CONJURING: THE LOVER will also feature a backup story exploring the tales behind the objects collected in Ed and Lorraine’s dreaded artifact room. In Issue #2, Tales From the Artifact Room: The Bloody Bride, from writer Che Grayson (Pigamo) and artist Juan Ferreyra (Green Arrow), looks at the story behind a wedding dress—and the curse it passes on to new brides. Issue #3, available on Tuesday, August 3, will also feature a backup story from New York Times best-selling writer Tim Seeley (Nightwing) and Eisner Award-winning artist Kelley Jones (Swamp Thing).
THE CONJURING: THE LOVER #2 will be available online and at participating comic book stores on Tuesday, July 6. The 22-page issue sells for $3.99, with the card stock variant available for $4.99. Hi-res cover art and interiors are available here.
For more information on the DC HORROR imprint and THE CONJURING: THE LOVER, visit the website at www.dcomics.com and follow on social media @DCComics and @thedcnation.
Watch The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It on HBO Max until July 5th. Fans of The Conjuring Universe, and other Warner Bros. and New Line horror films such as ITAnnabelleA Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Exorcist, can shop WBHorrorCollection.com for exclusive artwork, collectibles, and limited-edition merchandise.

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