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ROBERT KIRKMAN and TODD McFARLANE present HAUNT! Based around two brothers, one a less than perfect priest, the other a government agent, the men struggle to get along, rarely agreeing on anything. An unexpected accident forces them to work together in ways they never thought possible. Struggling with his own personal demons, the priest begrudgingly works alongside the spirit of his recently deceased brother, who possesses him. Together, the brothers form a new superhero: Haunt.

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Join unsaintly priest Daniel Kilgore as he is dragged into a secret life of murder and espionage... by the ghost of his estranged brother, Kurt. A surprise fusing of Kurt's ghost with Daniel's body creates a chain reaction, turning the brothers into the character, Haunt. With no training whatsoever, guided by the spirit of his secret-agent brother, Daniel must now solve his brother's murder and save the world --- or die trying!

Featuring an all-star creative cast consisting of writer/co-creator, Robert Kirkman (Walking Dead, Invincible), layout artist, Greg Capullo (Spawn, The Creech), penciller Ryan Ottley (Invincible), inker/co-creator, Todd McFlarne (Spawn), colorist Fco Plascencia (Invincible) and letterer, Richard Starkings (Elephantmen). This assemblage of top-notch talent breathes life into one of the most highly anticipated new comic series and leaves you wanting more.

Collected here for the first time ever is the debut five issues of Image Comics' best-selling series, Haunt. Don't Miss out on all the drama, action and intrigue from the minds that brought you The Walking Dead, Invincible and comic's greatest antihero --- Spawn.

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Although co-created by both Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane it's only Kirkman that writes the scripts for this volume. Kirkman does a terrific job of introducing all the key characters in this volume, as well as giving some exciting events as well. It is however the way that Kirkman puts the concept across in this volume that interests me the most, as despite one of them being a ghost the history between them adds a lot to their characteristics. Kirkman also shows the development of Haunt as a...

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