Long out of print Alex Maleev and James Vance Crow collection, Flesh & Blood comes to Dark Horse!

 Reprinted in 2004 by Dark Horse Comics

One of the most haunting and compelling comic stories ever told has been resurrected by Dark Horse! People once believed that when a person dies, a crow carries their soul to the land of the dead, although sometimes, something so terrible happens that a sadness is carried with it and the soul cannot rest. And sometimes�just sometimes�the crow can bring that soul back to make the wrong things right.

In the midst of a rural land-rights struggle, federal conservation officer Iris Shaw is murdered in a bombing by a rag-tag band of right-wing activists. Little do her killers know that Iris wasn�t their only victim and now, with the help of the Crow, Iris must exact vengeance not only for her own death but also that of her unborn baby. Raised from her grave and armed with cold-blooded hatred and a few deadly weapons, Iris hunts down her killers one by one.

The Crow: Flesh & Blood, written by James Vance with art by Alex Maleev, arrives on sale July 28 with a retail price of $9.95.



J. O'Barr's The Crow: Flesh & Blood #1-3 (1996)


Written by James Vance and illustrated by Alexander Maleev, it's the story of the first female Crow, Federal conservation officer Iris Shaw.  Tragically murdered, Iris comes back from the dead to avenge the murder of herself and her unborn child.





Introduction by horror novelist Nancy A. Collins

Covers by J. O'Barr

Lettering by Dan Burr




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