Back in October, Image Comics announced Haha, a new series by writer W. Maxwell Prince and a rotating series of artists with its first issue out next week January 13th. With it comes a variety of variant covers, one of which is particularly well-timed after President Trump’s loss to President-Elect Joe Biden.
The new series is about professional clowns, and among the variant covers is one depicting President Trump in full makeup including tears by Casey Parsons.
Behold, The Great Prezo:
So what is Haha about?
The new series is about professional clowns—it will share a common clown theme from issue to issue, but will showcase Prince’s characteristic one-shot storytelling. Haha promises a departure in tone and will break out beyond Horror to present a variety of stories across various different genres.
We know for a fact this variant cover has nothing to do with the story within–this is not a comic about President Trump–but it’s an interesting choice for collectors to pick up in comic book shops next week. If you like Parsons’ art, you can request commissions of his work here.
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