GHOSTED Pulls a Hat Trick with Third Straight Sell-Out
Posted on September 18, 2013 by Jamie Parreno
Hit new ongoing supernatural heist comic series goes back to press
GHOSTED #3, written by Joshua Williamson and drawn by Goran Sudzuka, has sold out at the distributor level. This is the third straight sell-out for this hit new series and GHOSTED #3 will be reprinted to meet demand in October.
Williamson and Sudzuka have clearly struck gold with their supernatural heist comic, in which a team of thieves are tasked with stealing a ghost from a haunted mansion. Since debuting from Image Comics imprint Skybound in July, GHOSTED has seen massive sell-outs and rave reviews:
"This is by far Sudzuka’s best artwork to date. He’s the kind of guy you dream about drawing your comic because he gets every last panel right."
- Joshua Yehl, IGN
"Ghosted is quickly becoming one of my favorite series. It's a fantastic concept that has really been delivering the past few months. Writer Joshua Williamson has a great book here, and with the combine creative talents of Goran and Miroslav, this is a book that everyone should be reading. It's different, in the best way possible. Overall, I highly recommend this book and this series."
- Mat Elfring, ComicVine
"Williamson and Sudzuka’s Ghosted succeeds by taking a couple of very familiar (and pretty in vogue) genres and mixing them up. There’s a little bit of horror, a little bit of Hoax Hunters paranormal procedural structure going on, and a whole lot of heist movie flair to tie it all together. With a balanced cast of characters and a pacing that never stays in one place for too long, Ghosted freshens up a bunch of things that we’ve seen in plenty of comics before."
- Vince Otrowski, Multiversity
The second printing of GHOSTED #3 can be pre-ordered now (Diamond Code AUG138198) and will be in stores on 10/16. GHOSTED #4 arrives in stores on 10/9.
More of Ghosted
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- Written By: Joshua Williamson
- Art By: Davide Gianfelice
- Art By: Miroslav Mrva
- Cover By: Matteo Scalera
In the jungles of Mexico, the Brotherhood of the Closed Books ply their supernatural trade...and give Jackson T. Winters and his associates very real reasons to be afraid of the dark.