Dark Horse Comics will release a graphic novel anthology of Eisner Award-winning creator Mark Buckingham's adaptations of Neil Gaiman prose short stories this summer.  Likely Stories will release to comic stores on August 29 and bookstores on September 11.

The collection will include adaptations of Gaiman stories "Looking for the Girl," "Foreign Parts," "Closing Time," and "Feeders and Eaters," which are are all set in an eerie shared universe.  Story topics include an old woman who eats raw meat, a man obsessed with a skin model, bizarre venereal diseases, and a frame story about ghosts.  MSRP for the 72-page hardcover is $17.99.

The prose collection was previously adapted for television as a miniseries for Sky TV and Shudder in 2016 (see "Two Adaptations of Neil Gaiman's Work Announced").  The graphic novel adaptation is based on the original short stories. (For enjoyment's sake, the trailer for the TV adaptation is below.)