Now a Netflix Original Series! Acclaimed suspense novelist and New York Times-bestselling author Joe Hill continues his Eisner Award-winning story of dark fantasy and wonder.
Tyler and Kinsey Locke have no idea that their now-deceased nemesis—Lucas "Dodge" Caravaggio—has taken over the body of their younger brother, Bode. With unrestricted access to Keyhouse, Dodge's ruthless quest to find the Omega Key and open the Black Door is almost complete. But Tyler and Kinsey have a dangerous key of their own—one that can unlock all the secrets of Keyhouse by opening a gateway to the past. The time has come for the Lockes to face both their own legacy and the darkness waiting behind the Black Door. Because if they don't learn from their family history, they may be doomed to repeat it, and time is running out...
About the Author
Joe Hill is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Full Throttle, The Fireman, Heart-Shaped Box, and NOS4A2, recently made into a TV seriesfrom AMC. His horror novella In the Tall Grass, co-written with Stephen King,was made into a feature film from Netflix. His book of short stories, 20th Century Ghosts, won the Bram Stoker Award and British Fantasy Award for Best Collection. He earned the Eisner Award for Best Writer for his long-running comic book series, Locke & Key, featuring the eye-popping art of Gabriel Rodríguez. Born in Santiago, Chile, Gabriel Rodríguez began working as an illustrator in the late 90s and in 2002 started drawing books for IDW Publishing, including CSI, George Romero’s Land of the Dead, and Beowulf, amongst others. In 2007, he co-created the award-winning series Locke & Key with Joe Hill. He continued developing other creator-owned projects: the Eisner-winning Little Nemo:Return to Slumberland, with Eric Shanower; Sword of Ages; and the gritty sci-fi adventure Onyx, with Chris Ryall. In 2019, he partnered with Hill once again for two new Locke & Key stories, “Dog Days” and “Nailed It.”
"Writer Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez aren't just deliverying one of the most oroginal horror stories in comic book history, they're truly creating a story that defies characterization, skipping easily between comedy, horror, drama, and the surreal." — MTV Geek!
"There are many qualities that make this series great, but one that has been showing in Clockworks is how Hill planned for this all along." — IGN
"I could heap praise on this series all day long, but at the end the experience would pale in comparison to simply reading the damn thing." — Ain't It Cool News