Per The Beat, Dark Horse Comics will publish a new “Tales from Harrow County” series, “Tales from Harrow County: Lost Ones.” The four-issue book, written by Cullen Bunn with art by Emily Schnall, and lettered by Tyler Crook, will pick up with Emmy Crawford, the protagonist of the original “Harrow County” comic, a decade after the events of the series.
“What happened to Emmy herself,” asks the official synopsis, “and what adventures did she go on once she forfeited her magical powers and left town with the Abandoned? In this epic and essential tale find out where life has taken Emmy and what dangers lurk in the shadows waiting for her in this new story taking place outside of Harrow County for the first time.”
The book also marks the first spin-off to continue Emmy’s story, and Schnall’s second turn as artist on “Tales From Harrow County,” following last year’s “Tales From Harrow County: Fair Folk.”
“Tales from Harrow County: Lost Ones” #1 will be released on May 11, with a main cover by Schnall, and a variant cover by Crook; these respectively hint at the aforementioned danger lurking in the shadows, and the changing times in Emmy’s life, and you can view them in detail at The Beat.