Jenna Ayoub has a new graphic novel coming our way from BOOM! Studios. Forever Home is scheduled to arrive in November 2020.

Forever Home

Willow has had a nomadic childhood—with two parents in the military, staying put has become a pipe dream. And when the family arrives at their latest stop— the historic Hadleigh House— Willow encounters something that doesn’t help her chances of finding home… ghosts!

Hadleigh House’s spectral residents have been scaring off would-be homebuyers for decades, and they intend to keep the house to themselves. But Willow’s not about to let some nagging spirits force her to move for the millionth time. As Willow spends time in the house and gains the ghosts’ respect through her own strong will to stay in the house no matter what, they find that all of them belong there. Together, the restless spirits are finally able to find some peace, and Willow finds a home.

Then it’s just a matter of convincing Willow’s parents that this old house is the one for them- ghosts included.

“FOREVER HOME has been a very fun, and very personal project for me. It has given me the chance to pay homage to the spirits that I love—many of whom are actually still alive and hopefully will appreciate the little parts that they contributed to this story,” said cartoonist Jenna Ayoub in a press release from BOOM! Studios. “I’m very excited to bring this adventure to life, and hope that it will bring readers as much joy as it has brought me.”

Forever Home arrives in November 2020.

via BOOM! Studios

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