Mansplaining Hello Kitty in This First Look at Ghosted in LA #3 [Preview]

Explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Sina Grace and Siobhan Keenan's Ghosted in LA #3, the latest chapter in the supernatural romance that will hit stores in September. The preview shows lead character Daphne's reaction to her ex-boyfriend, Ronnie, tracking her down. And to deflect from the fact that she's hanging out with ghosts all day, she turns the tables on him for past instances of mansplaining the popular global cartoon sensation Hello Kitty. After watching just one Netflix special!

A press release contains more details:

LOS ANGELES, CA (August 14, 2019) – BOOM! Studios revealed a first look at GHOSTED IN LA #3, the latest issue in the new original comic book series from GLAAD Media Award-nominated writer Sina Grace (Jughead's Time Police) and artist Siobhan Keenan (Jem and the Holograms), about figuring out your love life – and your afterlife – in Los Angeles, and available in stores September 2019.

Daphne's got her hands full balancing her life with her ghostly roommates, school life, and her best friend from back home—so, no way is she ready for her ex-boyfriend Ronnie to show up at the haunted apartment that's her current dorm! Can she keep Ronnie from finding out about the undead company that she keeps? And what happens if the ghosts themselves can't be contained? As the worlds of the living and the dead collide, long-kept secrets are revealed and new dangers unfold.

GHOSTED IN LA #3 features a main cover by series artist Siobhan Keenan and a variant cover by series writer Sina Grace.

Published by the BOOM! Box imprint, Ghosted in LA #3 hits stores on September 11th. Check out the preview below.

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