Liz Prince, Amanda Kirk and Hannah Fisher's upcoming Coady and the Creepies is a punk-rock spookfest about a band of triplet sisters traveling the country on tour and realizing they have a closer connection to the supernatural than they maybe thought. To celebrate the release of the first issue next week, Liz Prince teamed-up with Danny Bailey of Jabber to bring The Creepies' signature song "Creepies R Go!" to life, and then Boom Box turned it into a lyric video which debuts today.

The track is as upbeat and rollicking as the comic itself, and if you weren't sure whether you'd love the comic or not, "Creepies R Go!" not only answers that question for you, it'll be stuck in your head all day. The first issue is in stores next week, March 15, and you can check out a preview of Coady and the Creepies #1 below:

 

Kat Leyh / Boom Box
Liz Prince & Amanda Kirk / Boom Box
Boom Box
Amanda Kirk & Hannah Fisher / Boom Box
Amanda Kirk & Hannah Fisher / Boom Box
Amanda Kirk & Hannah Fisher / Boom Box
Amanda Kirk & Hannah Fisher / Boom Box
Amanda Kirk & Hannah Fisher / Boom Box
Amanda Kirk & Hannah Fisher / Boom Box

 

Here's the full solicitation information:

Coady and the Creepies #1
Publisher: BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Liz Prince
Artist: Amanda Kirk
Cover artists:
Main Cover: Kat Leyh
Variant Cover: Liz Prince
Format: 32 pages full color
Price: $3.99
On sale: March 15, 2017
Synopsis:
Punk isn’t dead...but Coady is.
Coady, Criss, and Corey are sisters and bandmates in the band The Creepies. After a van accident leaves Corey badly scarred and Criss in a wheelchair, they’re getting back into the punk scene!
But they still need to contend with the challenges of staying true to their punk ideals, while also dealing with the media attention they’ve attracted, as well as the tension surrounding the fact that Coady escaped the accident seemingly unscathed.
Now on tour, they’re fighting their way through the (sometimes literal) battle of the bands, earning enamel pins, and heading for the gig of their lives…so long as no one realizes that Coady is actually a ghost.
From award-winning comics creator Liz Prince (Tomboy, Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed?) and artist Amanda Kirk.