‘Regression’ by Cullen Bunn, Danny Luckert and Marie Enger Is Coming From Image Comics

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Image Comics continues to add great horror titles from great creators. And this May sees another one added to that list! Check out the information below.

Bram Stoker and Eisner Award-nominated writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Sixth Gun, The Empty Man) returns with debut artist Danny Luckert (Haunted) and colorist/letterer Marie Enger (Pistolwhip, 2 Sisters) for a chilling new series in Regression.

‘Regression’ follows Adrian, a man tormented by ghastly waking nightmares. Pushed to a point of desperation, Adrian reluctantly turns to past life regression hypnotherapy as a means of understanding and treating the unwanted visions. When his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism before waking up. But Adrian’s more unsettled than before and something dark and unnatural has followed him back… Now Adrian finds himself descending into a world of occult conspiracy, mystery, reincarnation, and insanity—from which there is no escape.

Writer Cullen Bunn had this to say:

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I think most readers know how much of a horror fiend I am. What many people don’t know is that my father was a professional hypnotist for many years. While it wasn’t part of his on-stage act, he often conducted past life regressions. During these sessions I saw people describing other time periods with pinpoint accuracy and even saw someone speaking a language they did not know. I also witnessed some really extremely creepy regressions that planted the seeds for this story of supernatural horror conspiracy.

RegressionPerfect for fans of Bunn’s critically acclaimed Harrow County and Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta, Regression is a frightening exploration of the wickedest corners of the untapped psyche.  Regression #1 hits stores on Wednesday, May 10th.

This actually sounds like a very cool story that could possibly go into Lovecraftian directions. Plus it seems like Bunn has also injected some personal experiences into it as well. I think Image has another hit on their hands. What do you guys think? Comment and discuss below.