Refrigerator Full Of Heads #1 collector’s pack (Original Cover + Variant Cover)

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Refrigerator Full Of Heads #1 – Hill House Comics is back and heads are going to roll for making readers wait! The new wave of titles begins with a rancid return trip to bloody Brody Island.

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Refrigerator Full Of Heads #1 – Hill House Comics is back and heads are going to roll for making readers wait! The new wave of titles begins with a rancid return trip to bloody Brody Island.

For a year now, the mysterious axe that unleashed pandemonium during the hurricane of ’83 has waited at the bottom of the bay but nothing that powerful stays buried. Brody Island has new visitors, and a new sheriff in town, too—not to mention a dangerous great white shark spotted in its waters—and when vacationing couple Calvin Beringer and Arlene Fields find themselves on the wrong side of Brody’s unsavory elements, their beachcombing will turn up something a lot sharper than sea glass… Crime novelist Rio Youers joins forces with artist Tom Fowler to unleash a gonzo grindhouse expansion on the lore of the original Basketful of Heads!

(W) Rio Youers  (A) Tom Fowler (CA) Sam Wolfe Connelly

This collector’s pack includes the original XXX #1 cover and variant cover. Pack includes the following:

DC Refrigerator Full of Heads press release (July 15, 2021)

DC’s HILL HOUSE Returns With ‘Refrigerator Full of Heads’
Expanding The Lore of ‘Basketful of Heads’ In A Glorious, Grindhouse Tale

This October, heads will roll— again.

From writer Rio Youers (The Forgotten Girl; Lola on Fire) and artist Tom Fowler (Books of Magic) comes the first in a new wave of Hill House titles from DC.

On October 19th, REFRIGERATOR FULL OF HEADS will bring readers back to bloody Brody Island. At the bottom of the bay, the mysterious axe that unleashed violent pandemonium during the hurricane of ’83 has been waiting… but nothing that powerful stays buried.

With a new sheriff, new visitors, and a dangerous Great White Shark spotted off the coast, the pieces are all in place for terror to rise again when vacationing couple Calvin Beringer and Arlene Fields stumble onto the wrong side of Brody’s unsavory elements.

“Joe Hill set the bar incredibly high with Basketful of Heads, and we’re building on that, expanding on it,” said writer Rio Youers. “The axe is back, bringing all the horror, humor, and mayhem—so much mayhem—with it. We’ve got a few more surprises lined up, too, some crazy, off-the-wall happenings. Honestly, I cannot wait to get this comic into readers’ hands.”

Artist Tom Fowler also pointed out just some of what horror fans can look forward to. “I love horror and I’ve been skirting around the edges of it in my work for a number of years now. Usually in the spaces where it bleeds into comedy and fantasy. It’s been a blast just letting it in and seeing where it takes me.” He added, “I mean, in what other book will I ever get to write into the margins of the layouts, ‘bits of face and skull peel and unfold Midsommar-style.’? Let alone one about refrigerator maintenance?”

Hill House architect and Basketful of Heads writer Joe Hill added, “I knew the axe from Basketful of Heads wouldn’t stay at the bottom of the Atlantic for long. I was goofing on possible sequel ideas with the novelist Rio Youers and he pitched me a gonzo-action-horror story that would make Sam Raimi weep happy tears of blood. I can’t wait to see Rio and wunderkind artist Thomas Fowler stacking some cold ones in the fridge. This one is going to be a ride.”

Note: All of our comics are individually bagged and boarded for preservation and protection. Comic book packs containing multiple comics are bagged and boarded again!

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Weight6.3 oz
Dimensions11 × 7 × 1 in

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3 reviews for Refrigerator Full Of Heads #1 collector’s pack (Original Cover + Variant Cover)

  1. Michael Lennox

    We’re going to need a bigger book! Vicious, disgusting and hilarious debut to what could become an anthology. I can’t wait for the tale of the evil soup spoon of Loki in a future book.

  2. Deron Generally

    Fowler delivers some beautiful art throughout this issue. There is great detail in the characters as well as the backgrounds and environments. A great looking first issue.

  3. David Brooke

    Refrigerator Full of Heads #1 came right in time to add to your read pile for Halloween. It captures a lot of what makes ’80s horror great while building on Basketful of Heads too. Refrigerator Full of Heads is a jolt of horror and nostalgia that’ll leave your teeth on the floor.

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