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WonderCon 2019: Sina Grace debuting new original series 'Ghosted in LA' this July

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WonderCon 2019: Sina Grace debuting new original series ‘Ghosted in LA’ this July

The creator owned title from the Iceman scribe is described as “Melrose Place but with ghosts.”

Boom Studios! is publishing a brand new original series from breakout writer Sina Grace this July called Ghosted in LA.

Described by Grace as “Melrose Place but with ghosts,” Ghosted in LA looks to explore the struggles of being single in the city of angels. It follows a young girl named Daphne Walters who follows her high school sweetheart to LA only to be immediately dumped. Lonely as ever, Daphne discovers friendship in the unlikeliest of places- a haunted apartment complex.

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Speaking about this new series, Grace said “It’s just a dream. I am really happy with this book. I was a kid working at comic store in high school and now I am here. Y’all are witnessing an ultimate geek meltdown, implosion thing.”

Ghosted in LA, written by Sina Grace with art by Siobhan Keenan will hit shelves in July 2019. For more WonderCon 2019 news, be sure to follow AiPT! Comics on twitter and keep checking AiPTComics.com.

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