JOE GOLEM... Dead? THE CONJURERS #1 Begins On a Bad Sign

Joe Golem: Occult Detective—The Conjurors #1
Credit: David Palumbo (Dark Horse Comics)

Dark Horse's adaptation of Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Joe Golem: Occult Detective prose novels continues with May's The Conjurors #1.

Illustrated by Peter Bergting (with colorist Michelle Madsen), The Conjurers begins with Joe Golem presumed dead - just as Dr. Cocteau and his gas-men are about to take over.

Here is the full solicitation for May's first issue. Look for Dark Horse's full May 2019 solicitations later this month:

Credit: David Palumbo (Dark Horse Comics)

Joe Golem: Occult Detective—The Conjurors #1
Mike Mignola (W), Christopher Golden (W), Peter Bergting (A), Michelle Madsen (C), and David Palumbo (Cover)
On sale May 15; FC, 32 pages; $3.99; Miniseries
Joe Golem is dead.
Or is he? Simon Church is fading fast in the city above and Molly is held captive by Dr. Cocteau’s gas-men below, but something stirs in the tunnels. How much of the golem is still in the man, or the man in the golem? And can either be enough to stop Dr. Cocteau once he has the artifact he seeks?
• The second part of the comics adaptation of Mignola and Golden’s prose novel!

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