‘Trick ‘r Treat’ 15th Anniversary Omnibus – Cover Revealed for Brand New Michael Dougherty Story

Last Halloween season, Legendary Comics put up for grabs the Trick ‘r Treat 15th Anniversary Omnibus Collection, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter in no time.

This Halloween season, PDF copies are finally being distributed to backers, and the team has revealed the cover art for a brand new story that’ll be featured in this collection.

But first, let’s recap everything you’re getting from this 15th anniversary collection…

The special edition features the original Trick ‘r Treat graphic novel adaptation of the film which has four evocatively illustrated tales of horror interwoven into one unforgettable Halloween night as the unsettling figure known as Sam pays a visit to an unsuspecting community.

Also featured is Trick ‘r Treat: Days of the Dead, the sequel graphic novel that features Sam on a journey back through Halloween history. Discover old-world lovers whose romance takes a chilling turn and Western pioneers who discover the dark side of the frontier. Travel to 1950s Los Angeles for a tale of pure horror noir and into the heart of small-town America to see some pranksters taught a lesson they’ll never forget.

And that’s not all…

“This Kickstarter-exclusive edition features an all-new, never published story from creator Michael Dougherty, new cover art by Zid, and a deluxe omnibus slipcase, all of which WILL NOT be available in retail.” Check out the cover for new story Trick ‘r Treat: Haunted below!

The Trick ‘r Treat 15th Anniversary Omnibus Collection is an oversized, 7.5″x11″ graphic novel featuring over 260 pages of content. You can still grab your copy on Kickstarter now!

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