Harrow County Omnibus (Vol. 1) by Cullen Bunn

Title: Harrow County.
Volume : 1.
Writer(s): Cullen Bunn.
Artist(s): Tyler Crook, Carla Speed McNeil (Issue #9) & Hannah Lavender (Issue #12).
Colourist(s): Jenn Manley Lee (Issue #9).
Letterer(s): Tyler Crook.

: Paperback – Omnibus.
Release Date: January 26th 2021.
Pages: 408.
Genre(s): Comics, Horror.
ISBN13: 9781506719917.
My Overall Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.


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18 thoughts on “Harrow County Omnibus (Vol. 1) by Cullen Bunn

  1. I saw the opening image and thought it was such a great cover I was nervous to scroll down out of fear the story wouldn’t do it justice. Very glad to hear it does, and then some. I’d never heard of this one before but I’m happy to have it on my radar now, especially if you read and enjoy the concluding half of the story. The artwork does appear different from many comics and I could see myself really getting into it as it does appear to be a style well suited to the story. Thanks much, Lashaan. Adding this to my list. 🙂

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    1. Hahaha I’ve read a couple of newer stories by Cullen Bunn and wasn’t completely mind-blown by those but I heard great things about this magnum opus. It’s a great introduction to witch lore through an 18-year-old lady. I hope you have a good time with it when you get the chance to read it, Todd. I’m really glad to hear that it’s going on your TBR! The second omnibus collected the last half of the series should be coming out this summer and I’ll definitely try and get around to it just to see how the series ends.


  2. I don’t think I’d read it as I usually avoid horror stories, being a chicken and all that but…amazing review!

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  3. I loved this series! I agree that the other artist’s work really took away from the visuals as they were quite inferior to Crook’s and it was jarring to be so interrupted by a different art style.

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      1. If I recall there is some art in the second half that is not Crook’s but a majority of it is. I hate when series change up artists, after a style is already established. It pulls me out of the story.

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    1. Hahaha the horror won’t ruin your sleep in this one though. As mentioned, it’s more of a YA horror story, making the horror elements closer to “fantasy”-level horror than “horror”-level horror, if you know what I mean hahaha Thanks for reading, Ola! 😀

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