After an acclaimed debut issue, Marvel and Disney successful dive into all-ages adventure/horror once again with “Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird”. Brandon Seifert (“Witch Doctor”, “Hellraiser”) and Karl Moline are setting this to be an action-packed tale with a storybook vibe to match the Disney spirit. In case you missed out on the first issue, it is getting a second printing. Meanwhile, here is your first look at issue #2.
Official Press Release:
On the heels of the first issue sell-out, Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird #2, the next thrilling chapter from critically acclaimed creators Brandon Seifert and Karl Moline! Designed – but never built – the lost Disneyland attraction finally comes to life!
When their parents are kidnapped, teens Maxwell and Melody are thrust into a treacherous race through the mysterious Museum of the Weird! But there are darker forces lying in wait inside the museum. What lurks within the Wardens’ Library…and what is the Walking Chair? Who are the Shadow Society – and what do they want with the Coffin Clock? Questions will be answered! Maxwell and Melody’s action-packed journey takes a weird turn this February in Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird #2!
DISNEY KINGDOMS: SEEKERS OF THE WEIRD #2 (DEC130703)
Written by BRANDON SEIFERT
Art by KARL MOLINE
Cover by MIKE DEL MUNDO
Variant Covers by PASCAL CAMPION &
WALT DISNEY IMAGINEER BRIAN CROSBY Also Available!
FOC 1/27/14, ON-SALE 2/19/14
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