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In 1891 a mine collapsed into itself. What was the dark substance found 666 feet underground? Blending modern horror, historical fact and Western lore, Scott Snyder and Dan Panosian have created a uniquely terrifying thriller with Canary.

During the final days of the Gold Rush, one mining company in Colorado, pulled up radioactive Uranium, and then the mine then collapsed in on itself. Legends sprung up about the mine being cursed or even haunted.

Now the Frontier is closed, the gold and silver mines have dried up. The country is becoming “civilized,” and yet in one stretch of the Rocky Mountains, a terrifying, new kind of violence is suddenly emerging. Random killings. People going mad and murdering neighbors, classmates without real cause. When a schoolboy kills his teacher with a hatchet, a famous federal marshal named Azrael William Holt is called in to investigate the killings. What he--and a brilliant young geologist--uncover is stranger and more horrifying than anything they could have ever imagined.

Daniel Duke Panosian

Daniel Duke Panosian hails from Cleveland, Ohio and lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and son. If he had a pet he would have mentioned it in the first sentence. But he doesn’t. Without the company of a friendly animal, he began working for Marvel and DC Comics which led him to Image Comics. From there he branched out into the video game world and eventually Film and TV. But the lure of comic books was too great and once again he was back in its lovely full color embrace. Not content with merely making a living drawing, he co-created “Drink and Draw,” a popular social network of artists that gather at bars, taverns and lounges. In 2018 he created Slots for Image Comics with Skybound Entertainment. In 2020 he created An Unkindness of Ravens for BOOM! Studios and is a regular cover artist for Marvel and DC Comics. Sure, he’s won awards, but his true win is every smile he’s received from a collection of stick figure illustrations he’s produced in chalk outside his doorstep.