Collects issues 1 through 4.
Publisher: Image Comics
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 304 g
Dimensions: 257 x 165 x 18 mm
Everything in this book strikes a perfect tone, from Steve Niles' deft scripting to Aditya Bidikar's fine lettering choices, but Alison Sampson on line-art and Stephane Paitreau on colors are a revelation. A distinct and compelling vision, brought to life expertly. - KURT BUSIEK
Suffused with Satanism and Dense with Dread. - Hyperallergic.com
If you're a horror fan that has yet to feel truly and joyfully disturbed by a comic, Winnebago Graveyard's got you covered. - Bookriot.com
Amazing... Forget Stranger Things, the world of Winnebago Graveyard is the real upside down. - All-comic.com
Alison Sampson seems to have been born to draw unnerving and realistic looking imagery, and Steve Niles reminds us once again he's a horror master with great ideas. - Adventuresinpoortaste.com
Steve Niles is one of my favorite writers, and one of the desiccated handful who can pull off a great goosebump maker in comics form. Alison Sampson matches his fever and maybe goes a few steps further into the bog than even Steve's script seems to demand.... Everything about this book gives me the willies. - GAIL SIMONE
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