Exclusive Preview: The Neil Gaiman Library Expands with Only the End of the World Again

P. Craig Russell and Troy Nixey’s Adaptation Gets a New Hardcover Release from Dark Horse Comics

Comics Features Neil Gaiman
Share Tweet Submit Pin
Exclusive Preview: The Neil Gaiman Library Expands with <i>Only the End of the World Again</i>

We’ve shown a lot of love to Dark Horse’s ever-growing Neil Gaiman library, from Toussaint Egan’s glowing review of How to Talk to Girls at Parties to the exclusive announcement of A Study in Emerald and a clown-colored look at Harlequin Valentine. Next Wednesday, one of the master storyteller’s comic-book deep cuts gets a handsome new hardcover release from Dark Horse Comics: Only the End of the World Again, scripted by longtime Gaiman collaborator P. Craig Russell, illustrated by Troy Nixey and colored for the collection by Matt Hollingsworth. First published as a serial at Oni Press in the late ‘90s, Only the End of the World Again pays tribute to H. P. Lovecraft and Roger Zelazny with a tale of a claims adjuster who sets up shop in Innsmouth, Massachusetts, only to discover a prophecy that a werewolf may bring about the end of the world. Oh, and the claims adjuster just so happens to be a werewolf. Check out an exclusive preview of Only the End of the World Again below, and visit comic shops next week to experience the lycanthropic apocalypse yourself.

&#8220;1linebreakdiamond.png&#8221;

198262_1125028_1.jpg
Only the End of the World Again Cover Art by Troy Nixey & Matt Hollingsworth

OTEWA PG 01.jpg
Only the End of the World Again Interior Art by Troy Nixey & Matt Hollingsworth

OTEWA PG 02.jpg
Only the End of the World Again Cover Art by Troy Nixey & Matt Hollingsworth

OTEWA PG 03.jpg
Only the End of the World Again Cover Art by Troy Nixey & Matt Hollingsworth

OTEWA PG 04.jpg
Only the End of the World Again Cover Art by Troy Nixey & Matt Hollingsworth

OTEWA PG 05.jpg
Only the End of the World Again Cover Art by Troy Nixey & Matt Hollingsworth

Recently in Comics
More from Neil Gaiman