An original fantasy comic written and drawn by Russ Manning Award winner and Eisner Award nominee Tyler Crook

Tyler Crook’s haunting supernatural fantasy series The Lonesome Hunters will soon be collected in a spectacular hardcover edition in The Lonesome Hunters Library Edition. Written and illustrated by Tyler Crook (Harrow County, Headless Horseman Halloween Annual 2023, The Unbelievable Unteens), the Library Edition collects two series, The Lonesome Hunters and The Lonesome Hunters: The Wolf Child, together in one volume with a new cover and dust jacket. This comprehensive volume also includes a cover gallery and behind-the-scenes process art.

An old and out-of-practice monster hunter in hiding crosses paths with a young girl that forces him to confront chaotic creatures. As the beasts invade their tenement, the two new friends set off on a supernatural road trip to stop these ancient evils. The story explores the ways that youth informs adulthood and how early traumas can haunt us throughout our lives.

The Lonesome Hunters Library Edition (192 pages, 6 5/8” x 10 3/16”, hardcover) will be available in bookstores on October 1,2024 and in comic shops on October 2, 2024 It is now available for pre-order at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and your local comic shop or bookstore.

Praise for The Lonesome Hunters and The Lonesome Hunters: The Wolf Child:

The Lonesome Hunters is everything I love about comics. Tyler Crook has created a mesmerizing new world, a compelling mythology, and brought it all to life with his jaw-dropping painted art. I loved it!” –Jeff Lemire

“Uncovering the magic in the mundane world, Tyler Crook continues crafting a great American fable with The Lonesome Hunters.”—AIPT Comics

“It’s a wonderful thing to read a book and feel in your bones what it would be like to stand in the room depicted on the page—the atmosphere is palpable.” –Multiversity Comics

“These four issues offer enough to enjoy in a single sitting but suggest a vast universe of diabolical happenings that deserves a half dozen trade paperbacks or more.” –Film School Rejects “One of the sleeper hits of the summer.”—