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DC Black Label released Page Preview and Covers of Refrigerator Full of Heads #1 comic

DC Black Label, an imprint of DC Comics, has released a 3-Page Preview and Covers of Refrigerator Full of Heads #1 comic, that will be on sale on October 19, 2021 as a print and digital issue.

Issue 1 of 6. Mini-Series.

Hill House Comics is back and heads are going to roll for making readers wait! The new wave of titles begins with a rancid return trip to bloody Brody Island.

The Official Synopsis of Refrigerator Full of Heads #1 comic:

BOOK ONE

For a year now, the mysterious axe that unleashed pandemonium during the hurricane of ’83 has waited at the bottom of the bay but nothing that powerful stays buried. Brody Island has new visitors, and a new sheriff in town, too—not to mention a dangerous great white shark spotted in its waters—and when vacationing couple Calvin Beringer and Arlene Fields find themselves on the wrong side of Brody’s unsavory elements, their beachcombing will turn up something a lot sharper than sea glass… Crime novelist Rio Youers joins forces with artist Tom Fowler to unleash a gonzo grindhouse expansion on the lore of the original Basketful of Heads!

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Standard Cover Variant Edition

REFRIGERATOR FULL OF HEADS #1 (MR)
Written by Rio Youers
Art by Tom Fowler
Cover by Sam Wolfe Connelly
Card Stock Variant Cover by Reiko Murakami

Street Date: October 19, 2021 (DC Tuesday!)
Pages: 32
Price: $3.99 (Standard Cover) | $4.99 (Card Stock Variant Cover)
Rated: 17+

Product ID:
76194137532800111 (Cover)
76194137532800121 (Card Stock Variant Cover)

Hill House Comics

(MR) is Mature Reading – Age 17+

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