Retailers can unlock The Woods secret cover

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BOOM Woods 001 D FOC Exclusive Retailers can unlock The Woods secret cover
We’ve been having a lot of coverage of Booms! Lumberjanes this week, but the next hot book from Boom is likely to be The Woods by writer James Tynion IV (Batman Eternal, Red Hood and the Outlaws) and artist Michael Dialynas (Amala’s Blade, Spera). The issue goes on sale on May 7, but before that retailers have been offered an an “unlockable” variant cover by Joe Eisma (Morning Glories). Retailers can order this cover in any ammount as long as they increase their orders on issue #1 by 20%.

As for The Woods itself, it sounds reminiscent of such classics as Drifting Classroom and Battle Royale:

In THE WOODS, an entire high school campus with over 500 students, teachers, and staff suddenly vanishes and reappears in the middle of an alien-looking wilderness next to a towering, mysterious obelisk. Left to fend for themselves in a hostile environment, the group tries to find out where they are, why they’re there, and how to get back home.

As a bonus here are the other variant covers for the issue

BOOM Woods 001 A WEB Retailers can unlock The Woods secret cover

Cover A by Ramón Pérez

BOOM Woods 001 B WEB Retailers can unlock The Woods secret cover

Cover B by Matthew Woodson (1 in 10 intermix)

BOOM Woods 001 C WEB Retailers can unlock The Woods secret cover

Cover C by Paul Duffield (1 in 25 retailer incentive)

Comments

  1. john layman says:

    Is this a comic about where bears poop?

  2. That Woodson cover is really nice!

  3. I really like that Perez cover.

    This series interests me. Boom! is putting out good all-ages stuff and good mysterious titles.

  4. It’s a little TOO MUCH like The Drifting Classroom…

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