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The Department of Truth has tackled all kinds of conspiracies over the course of its run so far. This June, writer James Tynion IV and artist Martin Simmonds tackle cryptid creatures with a two-part hunt for BigFoot. This begins in The Department of Truth #10 and wraps up in July's issue #11.

In The Department of Truth #10, some fictions manifest in reality as dangerous, half-formed things. The Department of Truth relies on hunters to track down and contain these wild tulpas before they become too real. It's time for Cole Turner to see this side of the job firsthand. It's time for Cole Turner to join his first Bigfoot hunt.

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In The Department of Truth #11, the rules of reality start to bend in the presence of Wild Fictions. That's why it's Darla's job to hunt down so-called cryptids before belief in them can spread. And if you're an innocent bystander caught in the crosshairs... Well, the Department of Truth doesn't leave loose ends.

"While working on Issue #10, I realized pretty quickly that to capture everything we wanted to say about Bigfoots, and Cryptids, and how they fit into the larger mythology of The Department of Truth, I would have had the cut the issue down to the bone…" said Tynion IV. "But then Martin and I spoke and realized we didn’t want to do any of that. If anything we wanted to lean in to really capture the emotion of the story we’re looking to tell here. Since the dawn of man, people have been hunting the impossible out in the deepest darkest forests of the world. What truth are they really after?"

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The Department of Truth #10 features a main cover by Simmonds and variant covers by Vincenzo Riccardi and Michael Dialynas. It's set for release on June 30th, 2021. Issue #11 has a main cover by Simmonds and variant covers by Trevor Henderson and Ethan young. That one drops on July 28th, 2021.

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James Ferguson
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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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