FIRST WATCH: Enroll at BlackWood for a Crash Course in the Occult!


From Dark Horse and six-time Eisner Award winner Evan Dorkin (Beasts of Burden, Milk and Cheese, Dork) and artist Veronica Fish (Archie, Slam!, Spider-Gwen) comes Blackwood, a supernatural murder mystery set in a school of sorcery.  Do I Really Need To Say More?


Blackwood College is far from your average university.  Instead of meeting your general education requirements and rushing Kappa Kappa Whatever, you’ll instead find yourself trained in the occult and dealing with an undead dean’s curse, a mischievous two-headed mummy-chimp, and a plague of mutant insects.


At least, that’s what happens when four teens with haunted pasts enroll at Blackwood to enhance their supernatural abilities.  On top of the pressures of college life, they discover an ancient evil that forces them to undergo a crash course in the occult for the sake of the world!


The first issue of Blackwood features a beautiful variant cover by Becky Cloonan with subsequent variant covers by Tyler Crook, Declan Shalvey, and Jordie Bellaire.


Praise for Evan Dorkin –

“I adore what Evan Dorkin does.  I think he’s the funniest guy in comics.” – Frank Miller (300, Sin City)

“Evan Dorkin is ruthlessly funny.” – io9

“Evan has produced some of the most innovative comic books of my generation, and the integrity of his work is only surpassed by his candid nature.” – Comic Attack

Blackwood #1 (of four) goes on sale May 30, 2018, and look for a new hardcover edition of Dorkin’s insanely popular Dork July 31, 2018!

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