Justin Jordan’s Dead Body Road Returns for New Story Arc

Image/Skybound Entertainment kicks the action into gear with the return of fan favorite miniseries Dead Body Road by Justin Jordan, featuring new series artist Benjamin Tiesma, colorist Mat Lopes, and letterer Pat Brosseau. The action-packed, six-issue series—Bad Blood—will hit comic shops this May and feature covers by Matteo Scalera and Moreno Dinisio.

In Dead Body Road: Bad Blood, Bree Hale has left a lot behind in her life. Crime. The military. But she can’t leave behind her own family, and when the local crime boss puts a hit out on her brother, there’s nothing she won’t do to save him. Absolutely nothing.

“Well, it’s been a couple years, but I am back to crime….writing,” said Jordan. “Crime writing. This is another story about revenge, but this time from the point of view of the person trying to stop someone else from getting it. But should she? Dead Body Road is back.”

John Wick meets Southern Bastards in this pulse-pounding action series—set to deliver an explosive tale of revenge like you’ve never seen before!

Tiesma added: “It’s an honour and maybe a bit intimidating to illustrate this new chapter of Dead Body Road following in Matteo Scalara’s footsteps for my first big project! But I’m surrounded by some top talent in Justin Jordan and colourist Mat Lopes so that made it a pleasure to work on! Bree is a storm, and I hope fans love her as much as we do!”

Dead Body Road: Bad Blood #1 (Diamond Code MAR200042) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, May 20.

3 thoughts on “Justin Jordan’s Dead Body Road Returns for New Story Arc”

    1. Justin Jordan’s dead body returns… lol. Yeah. I could see how that could scare someone. Justin is a super cool guy I have known for a long time now. He was at the image table at NYCC with the artist of the last book he worked on. I asked her to sign the book “Justin Jordan sucks”. She was nervous and didn’t know what to do. Justin laughed and got the joke. She ended up doing it. Justin signed it “I agree”. Another time he was at the DC booth and I had a blank Batman comic I was getting all the DC talent to sign. Dan Didio signed it front and center on the cover. Worst placement of a signature ever. Phillip Tan ends up drawing Batman around it and Justin Jordan did the word bubble “Wtf were you thinking which blended into Dans name”.

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