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Horizon Zero Dawn comic book series coming later this year

PlayStation unique Horizon Zero Dawn — set to launch on PC for the primary time later this yr — is getting a comic series based off of its post-post-apocalyptic world. In the collaboration between developer Guerrilla Games and Titan Comics, readers will be capable of examine in on Aloy’s story after the occasions of the sport.

Titan Comics will launch Horizon Zero Dawn #1 into comedian shops and onto digital units on July 22. According to the press launch, readers would additionally be capable of choose up a prequel comedian as a part of Free Comic Book Day 2020, May 2. Free Comic Book Day has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and so it’s unclear if the prequel comedian will nonetheless turn out to be accessible on May 2. Polygon has reached out to Titan Comics for clarification.

The new sequence follows Talanah Khane Padish, an apprentice hunter who performed a pivotal position within the recreation’s Hunter’s Lodge plotline. After Aloy goes lacking, Talanah units out to hunt a brand new and harmful species of killer machines, and to find her personal objective in life.

Horizon Zero Dawn’s new comedian sequence is co-created by Horizon Zero Dawn author Anne Toole and artist Ann Maulina. The first problem additionally has a number of variant covers from artists like Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, Loish, Peach Momoko, in addition to authentic artwork from the sport.

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