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"I hate saying goodbye to these characters, even though it is the right thing to do and the right place to end this story. Still, it hurts like Hell." -- Cullen Bunn

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"I feel it’s important to say goodbye to these characters in a way that lets you know they aren’t coming back. This isn’t a superhero death. These are characters that we love, and they’re gone, so I wanted to do something that spoke to who they were while they were alive." -- Cullen Bunn

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"I think what keeps Kammi from being a complete 'mustache-twirling' villain is that there’s so much of Emmy in her. Like Emmy, she really only wants to figure out who she is. She wants to know her place in this great big world. Unlike Emmy, though, she’s turned very, very bitter because she hasn’t gotten what she deserves. I think most people can relate to that kind of bitterness about something. No, we don’t take it as far as Kammi does, but most of us have felt the sting of jealousy and hurt as it starts to turn to anger and loathing. We know Kammi is the bad guy, but we can also imagine the steps she took to get there." -- Cullen Bunn

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"We’re seeing Bernice and Emmy change their opinions on Harrow County and their role in it. This is a theme we’ll be revisiting in a big way in an upcoming story. These two characters have a lot more to wrestle with—and a lot more to sacrifice—before the end." -- Cullen Bunn

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"'Backwoods horror' is a sub-genre that is near and dear to me. Growing up in rural areas, I know how dark the woods can get in the dead of night, and I’ve heard more than my fair share of chilling stories about witches and ghosts and goblins haunting secluded places. I spent a lot of time exploring the woods when I was a kid, and my friends and I made up plenty of encounters with ghostly forest denizens. At least… I think we were all making up those stories. Maybe some of my friends really did encounter a spectral green light or a headless Civil War soldier or a withered, grey creature curled up in a rotting hole in the trunk of a tree. Those were the types of stories we told each other in an effort to make the area in which we lived a little more magical, I suppose, and those yarns have stuck with me for years and years." -- Cullen Bunn

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