Dynamite Entertainment President Nick Barrucci told Major Spoilers that the DC/Dynamite Entertainment Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash series has been so popular that each of the four issues have completely sold out.

“The fan response to FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH has been beyond my wildest dreams. It’s incredibly fulfilling to see fans embrace this story with such enthusiasm and I’m very proud to have been a part of it. With both the NIGHTMARE and FRIDAY film franchises being relaunched – and this series acting as a direct sequel to FREDDY VS. JASON – it feels like we’re now acting as the stewards of the classic film continuity,” said series writer Jeff Katz. “That’s both a huge responsibility and a tremendous honor. While I wish we could have gotten this story on film, it seems highly fitting that it will live on in perpetuity in comic books, the very format that originally inspired so much of the “Versus” concept. Kudos to James, Jason, Thomas and the folks at DC, Wildstorm and Dynamite on a job very well done. I know that for all three characters the best is yet to come.”

While copies may still be available at your local comic shop (LCS), Dynamite and DC are going back to press on all four issues – each with a new cover variant by J. Scott Campbell (issue #1) and Eric Powell (issues #2-4).

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via Dynamite Entertainment


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