The unstoppable creative force known as Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun, Monsters Unleashed, The Unsound) is deep into the first arc of his nightmarish necromantic horror series, Bone Parish, for Boom! Studios right now, but he's also feeling nostalgic as his beloved Harrow County series has come to an end.
Superbly written by Bunn and matched with haunting art by Tyler Crook, Harrow County was first released by Oregon-based Dark Horse Comics in 2015 and tells the tale of a 17-year-old reincarnated witch called Emmy who must contend with goblins, ghosts, and demons as she acclimates to her new paranormal powers. This excellent backwoods horror book was picked up for adaptation by SYFY back in December 2015 with writer Becky Kirsch (12 Monkeys, Dominion) signed on as showrunner.
SYFY WIRE sat down with the creative team behind this acclaimed title to discuss Harrow County's past three years, how bittersweet the ending is, and its new incarnation as a potential TV series.
Harrow County #32, the final issue, hit the stands on June 27.
Additional material by Jeff Spry.