The Conjuring: The Lover #1, DC Horror’s terrifying tie-in to The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (available to watch now on HBO Max!) has delighted and terrified fans and critics alike. The spooky summer hit, written by David L. Johnson-McGoldrick (one of the screenwriters for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It) and Rex Ogle (Free Lunch), with art by Garry Brown (Catwoman, Black Road), has gone into a second printing, and will be back in stores July 13th with a new variant cover from artist Garry Brown.
And Conjuring fans won’t want to miss the back-up story from writer Scott Snyder (Dark Nights: Death Metal) and artist Denys Cowan (Milestone Returns: Infinite Edition), “Tales From The Artifact Museum: The Ferryman.” Each of the five issues in The Conjuring: The Lover’s run dives into the mysteries of Ed and Lorraine Warren’s haunted artifact room.
The Conjuring: The Lover expands the tragic story of Jessica, a college freshman returning to campus after winter break who soon comes to realize that something evil has made her its target, and it will not rest until it has her in its unholy grip. The Conjuring: The Lover is a fantastic expansion on the lore and universe of New Line and Warner Bros. The Conjuring franchise, and a love letter to horror pulps.