The Autumnal: The Complete Series

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$19.99  $18.59
Vault Comics
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6.6 X 10.1 X 0.6 inches | 1.01 pounds
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About the Author

Daniel Kraus is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen novels and graphic novels. He coauthored The Living Dead with legendary filmmaker George A. Romero. With Guillermo del Toro, he coauthored The Shape of Water, based on the same idea the two created for the Oscar-winning film. Also with del Toro, Kraus coauthored Trollhunters, which was adapted into the Emmy-winning Netflix series. He has won two Odyssey Awards (for Rotters and Scowler), and The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch was named one of Entertainment Weekly's Top 10 Books of the Year. His books have been Library Guild selections, YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults picks, Bram Stoker finalists, and more. His work has been translated into over twenty languages. Daniel lives with his wife in Chicago. Visit him at
Chris Shehan is a comic artist living in Texas with his girlfriend Karla and his dog Jack.

Hometown/State: Texas


"Horror stories have made clowns creepy and this one might do the same for fall foliage."--George G. Gustines "The New York Times"
"Wow! Super-creepy writing and fantastic art!"--Patton Oswalt "Comedian, Actor, and Screenwriter"
"The Autumnal might be the next fan favorite -- lingers in your mind far after you close the book."-- "ScreenRant"
"Truly masterful."-- "SyFy Wire"
"Superb, fall-toned art plays on a recurring theme of leaves. The gripping, violent plot and the sharply drawn mother-daughter dynamic at its core are a complex combo that will easily satisfy genre fans."-- "Publishers Weekly"
'Bestselling Kraus makes his graphic debut with another terror-inducing narrative, brilliantly illustrated by Shehan and Wordie (lettered by Jim Campbell). The full-color, saturated visuals never slow down, the unpredictable panels constantly in motion as if unable to hold the story back. The petrifying horror won't be contained - "She grows. She waits." '-- "BOOKLIST *Starred Review*"