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Dark Horse New God of War Comic Takes Place After God of War 3

Fans curious concerning the post-God of War III occasions that led to Kratos’ God of War 2018 journey are in luck. Dark Horse is releasing a brand new comedian sequence, God of War: Fallen God, whose first difficulty goes on sale this summer time on June 24th. Chris Robertson, iZombie co-creator, will pen the upcoming sequence. Tony Parker, an Eisner-nominated artist who’s drawn Mass Effect comics, will illustrate Dark Horse’s Fallen God.

Check out the duvet artwork for God of War: Fallen God #1 beneath, drawn by famed artist Dave Rapoza.

Dark Horse New God of War Comic Takes Place After God of War 3

God of War: Fallen God is about after God of War III, which noticed Kratos lastly defeat Zeus and thwart the Goddess of Wisdom, Athena. Feeling sure of his newfound freedom, Kratos sails towards the desert in hopes of leaving his previous demons behind. However, he quickly realizes the craze nestled so deep inside him, together with emotions of guilt, stay in shut proximity. Thus, he wars with himself, battling an inside wrestle that proves tough to overcome. Such battle inevitably engenders an virtually inescapable insanity.

Both Robertson and Parker beforehand labored within the God of War universe. The duo served because the inventive staff behind Dark Horse’s prequel comics to the franchise’s PS4 entry in 2018. Released in November 2018, the prequel sequence takes place within the Norse wilderness. In the primary difficulty, Kratos’ try to avoid wasting a stranger from a bear assault inadvertently sparks battle with an enigmatic cult. As is commonly the case, the character’s effort to do the suitable factor ends in chaos.

[Source: Dark Horse Comics by way of Comic Book Resources]

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