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Cover Date: 2010
Cover Price: US $ 500.00
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Format: Color; Hardcover
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Locke & Key (2010) HC vol. 01 - Locke & Key: Welcome To Lovecraft
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Welcome to Lovecraft
On a hot and indolent day in high summer, the killers arrive on the doorstep of a small cottage in northern California; before the afternoon is over, two people are dead, and for the survivors, nothing will ever be the same again.
… for them…
The remaining members of the Locke family pick up the pieces of their lives, and haul themselves across the country, hoping for a fresh start in the family’s ancestral home in Lovecraft, Massachusetts. But Keyhouse is a place of secrets and shadows, a repository for a very old collection of keys, with the power to unlock the impossible.
… for Dodge…
It isn’t long before the youngest of the Locke children discovers the other secret of Keyhouse… a living echo hiding in the well, an echo that calls itself Dodge, and that wants oh so badly to be free…
… and for you…
In the Eisner-nominated Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft, collaborators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez unlock the door to a dark world of wonder and suspense, in one of the most acclaimed graphic novels of the year.
The Subterranean Press edition of L&K includes not only the full color graphic novel, but the more than 250 page script from which it originated
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Important Note: Those who order the trade edition from SubPress will be eligible to purchase the trade edition of the next volume, Head Games
Limited: 250 signed numbered copies, with additional art, housed in a custom slipcase
Trade: 1000 fully cloth bound hardcover copies
Please note: We will not be reprinting the trade edition.
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