The hottest horror title of 2023 is nearing its end! But fear not — you still have time to jump on the bandwagon. We’ve got a four-page preview of the second-to-last (or penultimate, for you fancy folks) issue of I Hate This Place, along with a look at its cover AND its naughty cover. Check out all this goodness after these official deets from yer pals at Skybound HQ…
Today Skybound revealed a first look at I Hate This Place #9, the penultimate issue of the GLAAD Media Award-nominated supernatural horror series from creator/writer Kyle Starks (Assassin Nation, The Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton), creator/artist Artyom Topilin (Ice Cream Man Presents Quarantine Comix Special), colorist Lee Loughridge (Deadly Class, The Good Asian), and letterer Pat Brosseau (Birthright, Manifest Destiny).
Questions will be answered as Gabby and Trudy face terrors from their past, present and future in this issue of I Hate This Place! With just one more issue before the series finale, this is can’t-miss reading of the highest degree.
“Buckle up! We’re so proud to bring you toward the explosive finale to this incredible series.” Said Alex Antone, Editorial Director at Skybound. “While we still Hate This Place, we will always love the story that Kyle, Artyom, Lee, and Pat have told.”
To provide retailers and fans with options, each issue of I Hate This Place debuts with open-to-order covers by Topilin with clean and explicit cover options, featuring the standard series title and the explicit version of the series’ original title, Fuck This Place.
The available covers for the issue include:
- I Hate This Place #9 CVR A (Diamond Code APR230245)
- I Hate This Place #9 CVR B Explicit Variant (Diamond Code APR230246)
Both versions of I Hate This Place #9 will be available at comic book shops (SRP: $3.99) on Wednesday, June 7, 2023, with Cover A also available on digital platforms including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
FIRST LOOK: I HATE THIS PLACE #9 from creator/writer Kyle Starks, creator/artist Artyom Topilin, colorist Lee Loughridge, and letterer Pat Brosseau
by u/skyboundent in Skybound