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Get hype: 'Coffin Bound' by Dan Watters and Dani returns August 2020
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Get hype: ‘Coffin Bound’ by Dan Watters and Dani returns August 2020

Coffin Bound will be back in comic shops on August 5, 2020.

Image Comics has announced Coffin Bound is coming back with its 5th issue and a new story arc this August. The series has been on hiatus since November.

You can catch up on the incredible series–I’d liken it to the comic book version of Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian–by reading the first issue free on Comixology or purchasing the trade paperback.

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Coffin Bound #5

Coffin Bound #5 (Diamond Code JUN200079) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, August 5. It can be ordered at your local comic book shop or independent bookstore via Bookshop or IndieBound, or it can be ordered on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, and Indigo.

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