The Occupy Comics publisher Black Mask are publishing the Godkiller transmedia series of graphic novels by Matt Pizzolo and Anna Wieszczyk as a weekly comic book series, beginning in March. Described as a “twisted sci-horror adventure about a boy’s search for a new heart to save his dying sister in a post-nuclear wasteland populated by fallen gods, sex magic, and quantum physics technowizards”, Godkiller had previously appeared as animations, graphic novels and comics, print and digital.
Here are the solicits for the first four issues;
(W) Matt Pizzolo (A) Anna Wieszczyk (CA) Ben Templesmith & Various
Described as Saga meets Johnny The Homicidal Maniac, Godkiller: Walk Among Us is a twisted sci-horror adventure about a boy’s search for a new heart to save his dying sister in a post-nuclear wasteland populated by fallen gods, sex magic, and quantum physics technowizards. This beloved modern classic now hits comics in a weekly series, bringing its rabid fan following from the cult hit animated series starring Davey Havok (singer AFI), Lance Henriksen (Aliens), and Nicki Clyne (Battlestar Galactica).
There will be blood as Tommy comes face to face with organ-stealing, escaped-brothel-slave Halfpipe (Godkiller‘s iconic anti-heroine), resulting in the twist of fate that sends Tommy on his dark odyssey into the savage land of Outer City.
Godkiller delivers a shocking, mind-blowing twist that will burn into readers’ brains as Tommy descends deeper into the savage land of Outer City and learns the hard way that scars are maps of where we’ve been.
Tommy begins to learn the power of quantum physics-based magic and meets the formidable bounty hunter/assassin Soledad.
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