Somna Emerges From DSTLRY’s The Devil’s Cut Anthology
DSTLRY has announced SOMNA, an alluring and sinister folk-horror tale. Created by the talented duo, Becky Cloonan and Tula Lotay, SOMNA emerges from the depths of the recently released anthology issue, The Devil’s Cut. This tantalizing series promises to test the limits of your imagination.
Transporting readers to a haunting English village in the 1600s, SOMNA delves into a world plagued by puritanical oppression and the allure of hidden desires. In the shadows of the witch hunts that grip the town, we follow the journey of Ingrid, a woman trapped within the suffocating confines of her loveless marriage to Roland, the bailiff and fanatical witch hunter.
As the village is shaken by a mysterious murder, accusations run rampant, leaving no one exempt from Roland’s relentless crusade. Ingrid harbors suspicions about the true identity of the killer. However, as she searches for the truth, she finds herself entangled in the pursuit of an enigmatic figure.
Becky Cloonan shares:
“Somna allows us to delve deep into the darkest myths and beliefs that have intrigued us for over a decade. This is not just a new series; it’s the culmination of lifelong obsessions.” Tula Lotay adds, “Somna is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced in the comic realm. This series, audacious in its sensuality and complex themes, is a project Becky and I have been crafting meticulously for years.”
The culmination of a decade-long journey, SOMNA emerges in an oversized issue, spanning 48 pages of vivid colors and atmospheric storytelling. Dive into the chaos, embrace the darkness, and prepare to discover the elusive truths that lie hidden within the pages of SOMNA.
SOMNA will arrive in the near future. Stay tuned to DTLRY for more updates.
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