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BOOM! Goes New York Comic Con!

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BOOM! Studios will have a significant presence at the 2014 New York Comic Con with more than three dozen of their talented writers and artists in attendance – including Day Men’s Matt Gagnon, Sleepy Hollow’s Marguerite Bennett and Fiction Squad’s Paul Jenkins. For a complete list of BOOM! Studios creators in attendance, follow the jump.

2014 New York Comic Con runs for the weekend of  October 9-12 at the Javits Center.

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Fiction Squad: Who Killed Humpty Dumpty?

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BOOM! Studios’ new series, Fiction Squad, takes a novel approach to fairy tales – call it fairy tale noir. From Paul Jenkins (Fairy Quest) and Ramon Bachs (Marvel’s Civil War: Front Line), its publisher describes Fiction Squad as ‘fairy tales gone wrong.’

Set in the mythical land of Fablewood – scene of previous BOOM! Studios series Fairy Quest – Fiction Squad is a classic hard-boiled detective series that turns the familiar into something even stranger and wilder as a detective from an unfinished novel uncovers a conspiracy that could ‘unmaking storytelling itself!’ (Seriously, they had me at Humpty Dumpty as a whodunit!)

More details – and alternate covers – follow the jump. Fiction Squad will be in comics shops on October 1st.

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