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GODKILLER RETURNS WITH TOMORROW'S ASHES

Twelve years ago, Matteo Pizzolo and Anna Wiesczyk examined a dark future in Godkiller: Walk Among Us. A pandemic and insurrection toppled civilization as we know it, allowing a fascist government known as the Republic to rise. A misfit crew of orphans, sex workers, and pariahs came together to bring it down. It's probably more relevant now than it was then. This April, Black Mask Studios is launching a follow up in Godkiller: Tomorrow's Ashes, picking up after the events of the first series.

Godkiller: Walk Among Us was published as an underground comic in 2008. It went on to become an animated film in 2011 and then re-released by Black Mask Studios in 2014, helping to launch the publisher, laying the groundwork for Brett Gurewitz and Steve Niles to collaborate with Pizzolo in the first place.

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In Godkiller: Tomorrow's Ashes, orphan Tommy continues his quest to find a new heart for his dying sister, but he’s been captured by The Republic. Anti-heroine Halfpipe wants to rescue Tommy, but she’ll need help from mysterious bounty hunter Soledad, who’s not exactly in the helping-people business. From Matteo Pizzolo and Anna Wieszczyk, the comic that Zac Thompson said "pushed me further than I've ever been pushed" returns to ratchet up the chaos and roar through the comic market, spitting punk rock fury, thundering into your eyeballs and running roughshod across your brains with its often mindbending, sometimes horrifying, always clever & devious tale of sci-fi magic, apocalyptic sex, and subversive mindbombs.  

Godkiller: Tomorrow's Ashes features a main cover by Nen Chang and variant covers by Anna Wieszczyk and Leila Del Duca. The first issue is set for release on April 21st, 2021.

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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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