Cemetery Beach reunites the creative team behind the critically acclaimed Trees comic series, which has a forthcoming television adaption signed up via NBCUniversal International Studios’ first-look deal to be produced by Hardy Son & Baker.
Cemetery Beach is perhaps best described as a high-speed action serial paired with a 2001: A Space Odyssey-level awe and wonder. It features the characteristically mind-bending Warren Ellis writing style that is echoed in his current hit Netflix series, Castlevania and which influenced a generation of comics creators through his online presence of free-wheeling creativity and discussion on the Warren Ellis Forum.The series follows a professional pathfinder, his only ally a disaffected young murderess, who breaks out of a torture cell in pursuit of his worst extraction scenario ever: escaping on foot across a sprawling and secret off-world colony established a hundred years ago and filled with generations of lunatics.
Cemetery Beach issues #1-4 are available now.
Cemetery Beach #5 Cover A (Diamond Code NOV180114) and Cover B (Diamond Code NOV180115) will be available on Wednesday, January 9th.
Cemetery Beach #6 Cover A (Diamond Code DEC180232) and Cover B (Diamond Code DEC180233) will be available on Wednesday, February 6th. The final order cutoff for comics retailers is Monday, January 14th.
Cemetery Beach #7 Cover A (Diamond Code JAN190286) and Cover B (Diamond Code JAN190287) will be available on Wednesday, March 6th. The final order cutoff for comics retailers is Monday, February 11th.
The series is also available for purchase across many digital platforms, including the official Image Comics iOS app, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
Cemetery Beach trade paperback (ISBN: 978-1534312234)—collecting the complete series, #1-7—will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, June 5th and bookstores on Tuesday, June 11th. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, IndieBound, and Indigo.
Select praise for Cemetery Beach:
“Howard produces some of the best action sequences of 2018 and Ellis’ dialogue is in top form.” —ComicBook.com
“Longtime Ellis fans see a writer doing what does best: Make a reader feel nice and comfy with familiarity before he quickly yanks it away like a fleece blanket on a cold night.” —Comic Book Resources
“A much more classic feel [than Trees] coupled with Ellis’ trademark crass sense of humor.” —Newsarama