The Complete Wynonna Earp

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Redneck, trailer-trash vampires with George Hamilton tans; Immortal outlaws; Bigfoot; the Egyptian mafia with their Mummy hitman: these are the kind of perpetrators that covert U.S. Marshal Wynonna Earp hunts down on a regular basis. And now these are the kinds of tales you can find collected all in one special volume from IDW Publishing.

The Complete Wynonna Earp TPB wrangles the entire collection of Wynonna Earp tales—including the initial Wynonna Earp miniseries, the follow-up, “Home on the Strange,” the short story “Blood Is The Harvest” from IDW’s Tales of Terror, and the much talked about origin of Wynonna Earp as well as pin-ups, a manly afterward from Beau and more.

Created by writer Beau Smith, Wynonna Earp is the descendant of the famous lawman Wyatt Earp. As a member of the so-called “Halloween Hunters” and “Freak Finders,” she does what comes supernatural… she brings the unnatural to justice, Old West-style.

All of the stories contained within this collection are written by series creator Beau Smith (Batman/Wildcat, Star Wars) and also features art by Joyce Chin (Xena), Luis Diaz, Carlos Ferreira (Robocop: War Party), Pat Lee (Transformers), and Manuel Vidal.

“Wynonna Earp has always been a quirky, head-bustin’ mixture of action-adventure, science fiction, and dark humor, too,” bellowed series creator Beau Smith. “I really try to twist the neck of classic monsters and the way they have always been portrayed. It’s the kinda fun ya have when you’re too messed up to care!”

The Complete Wynonna Earp is a full-color, 200-page trade paperback available in July.                      

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