NECTPB01_cover_RGB_100dpi_1.jpgTop Cow has announced the sold out The Necromancer series is being colleced in a trade paperback. The trade will collect all six issues of the series as well as bonus materials including character designs, cover gallery and more.

Here is how Top Cow describes the series
Abigail van Alstine is a stunning, smart high school student who just happens to be a natural spellcaster and adept in The Way. Abigail is thrust into the world of magic and soon ensnared in a larger conflict between the Church of Mali, an ancient demon, the Dark Agents, and the mysterious Hierarchy. What will Abby’s inexperience cost her in this grand game?

“I’m really proud of what we’ve accomplished with The Necromancer,” commented writer Joshua Ortega. “Abby van Alstine is a character that resonates with die-hard comic fans as well as teen readers and manga fans. Francis Manpul’s art deserves a ton of credit for this crossover appeal, and the fact that the story not only deals with horror and dark fantasy, but also real-world issues such as teen suicide and family crises, has really helped to add to that appeal.”

The Necromancer trade paperback will be available in April for $14.99.

via Top Cow (link)

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