Gravedigger: The Scavengers

Gravedigger: The Scavengers

Gravedigger Cover Art by Rick Burchett
Story by Christopher Mills
Art by Rick Burchett (Batman Adventures)
Featuring a 50/50 split cover from Fred Harper & Rick Burchett
Gravedigger: The Scavengers was released to stores on November 24, 2004

Variant Cover
Cover A – Art by Rich Burchett | Cover B – Art by Fred Harper |

GRAVEDIGGER is “Digger” McCrae, a professional thief. Hard, brutal and ruthless – with a weakness for hot women and cold cash – McCrae is the consumate criminal. Whether it’s an armored car hijacking, bank robbery, art heist or a kidnapping, you can depend on “Digger” to handle every obstacle and double-cross with professional cool and a complete lack of conscience.

That “Gravedigger” nickname? Well – don’t ever call him that to his face, or you’ll find out where that monicker came from… the hard way.

What they’re saying about Gravedigger:
“Chris Mills and Rick Burchett have created an instant crime comic classic. Briskly told with all best aspects of a pulp story presented with panache and the proper measure of meaness. I love this comic!”
– Chuck Dixon (Detective Comics, Richard Dragon, Nightwing, El Cazador)

” …a classic noir heist yarn, with the added appeal of the lead character looking exactly like Lee Marvin.”
– Chris Allen (

Gravedigger Cover Art by Fred Harper”Bringing this tale to life and adding to the noir feeling is the amazing art of Burchett. I did mention that breathtaking cover, didn’t I?! Well, the black and white art on the inside of this book is equally breathtaking.”
– Heath Shelby,

“You know, I see a lot of comics throughout the year, but Gravedigger: The Scavengers #1 of 1 was one of the best surprises to arrive in my mailbox; comics need to be this fun and exciting again. Grade: 4.5/5”
– Alan David Doane,

Best One-Shot (Adult): Gravedigger: The Scavengers #1
by Allen David Doane of

Best Crime Noir: Gravedigger: The Scavengers #1
by Andrea Speed of