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Horizon Zero Dawn Sequel Comic Covers Revealed, Six Variants

While we’re all ready with bated breath for news on a Horizon Zero Dawn sequel, there may be a minimum of some excellent news. The upcoming sequel comic series from Titan Comics follows the unique sport, telling the story of Alloy’s BFF Talanah, a “strong and determined hunter, who struggles to find purpose after her trusted friend Aloy disappears. When a mysterious threat emerges in the wilds, she sets out to hunt and to defeat it, only to learn that a whole new breed of killer machines stalk the land,” in accordance with the press launch for the co-written sequence by Anne Toole. While the August launch date is quick approaching, we now have a number of variations of the duvet artwork for the primary concern to take a gander at, every in a really completely different artwork type.

There’s some cool artwork to be seen and had right here, showcasing a mixture of unique drawings and composite photographs utilizing the in-game fashions. There’s not a lot by means of with the ability to glean any story info based mostly on the covers, however that doesn’t imply they aren’t a feast for the eyes. These “video game stories set after the source material” comics have been popping up with extra frequency currently–taking a look at you, Life Is Strange comic series–however aren’t at all times essentially the most genuine experiences. Only time will inform if the Horizon Zero Dawn comedian could have precise ramifications on any potential storylines deliberate for the way forward for the sport franchise or if that is simply extra enjoyable, fairly fluff to maintain the hardcore followers completely happy till the eventual return to the world of metallic dinosaurs and apocalyptic ennui.

The first concern of Horizon Zero Dawn from Titan Comics is offered on August 5, 2020 from each bodily comedian e-book retailers and on-line comics shops comparable to Comixology. Be positive to maintain an eye fixed out for all six cowl variants.

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