Boom! Studios’ Archaia imprint releases the original horror graphic novel The Man Who Came Down The Attic Stairs this Wednesday, and we have a preview of the issue for you here; check it out…
After moving into a new home with her husband, Emma begins to fear that a supernatural force in the house is putting their family in danger. This feeling intensifies after the birth of her child—her husband has become a stranger, her baby won’t stop crying, and a looming darkness threatens to destroy their idyllic life. Afraid of her own family, alone in her new home and growing more desperate every day, Emma will protect her child—no matter the cost.
Celine Loup takes a haunting look at the isolation of postpartum depression, exploring the very real fears associated with motherhood in this graphic novella of horror and suspense.
Inspired by the works of seminal authors Shirley Jackson (The Haunting of Hill House) and Ira Levin (Rosemary’s Baby)
The Man Who Came Down The Attic Stairs is out on September 18th, priced at $14.99.