After new DC Studios co-head James Gunn announced a new Supergirl project based on the Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow miniseries from writer Tom King and artist Bilquis Evely, it definitely saw an increase spike in sales and interest. If you liked what the team brought to the Supergirl mythos, you’ll be happy to to hear that the band is getting back together. Today Dark Horse announced that the Woman of tomorrow creative team that includes King and Evely as well as with inker Matheus Lopes and letterer Clayton Cowles are reuniting for a new series entitled Helen of Wyndhorn, a six-issue limited series described as “Conan the Barbarian meets The Wizard of Oz” arriving in March.

Here’s how the publisher describes the series:

Following the tragic death of her father C.K. Cole, the esteemed pulp writer and creator of the popular warrior character Othan, Helen Cole is called to her grandfather’s enormous and illustrious estate: Wyndhorn House. Scarred by Cole’s untimely passing and lost in a new, strange world, Helen wreaks drunken havoc upon her arrival. However, her chaotic ways begin to soften as she discovers a lifetime of secrets hiding within the myriad rooms and hallways of the expansive manor. For outside its walls, within the woods, dwell the legendary adventures that once were locked away within her father’s stories. 

The first issue of Helen of Wyndhorn will featurewith several collectible variant covers.

The main cover is created by interior artists Evely and Lopes, with a foil variant also available, while renowned artists Tula Lotay, Elsa Charretier, and Massimo Carnevale provide breathtaking variant covers in their own styles. Incentive variants by Clay Mann and Walt Simonson with Laura Martin will also be available to retailers, along with a pulp cover tribute variant by Greg Smallwood to be revealed near FOC (final order cutoff for comics retailers). 

Look for Helen of Wyndhorn #1 (of 6) to arrive in stores and digitally on March 13, 2024.

Helen of Wyndhorn