A brand new trailer simply launched for A Legacy of Violence by author Cullen Bunn, artist Andrea Mutti and letterer Rus Wooten. It’s a brand new sequence from Mad Cave Studios, their first maxi sequence and undoubtedly probably the most formidable tasks but for the quick rising writer.
The sequence, which debuts in October, is one other outing for horror grasp Bunn, with Mutti’s normal excellent artwork, and Wooten’s sharp lettering.
The story is about in Honduras, the place Dr. Nicholas Shaw has joined a humanitarian effort in hopes of forgetting his personal previous trauma. However one thing sinister has adopted him there, one thing that wishes to place his medical abilities to ghastly checks, one thing linked to the younger physician’s previous… and to untold horrors that occurred lengthy earlier than he was born.
“It’s all the time a delight to work with my pal Andrea, and to work on a narrative like this with him, a narrative that matches his masterful skills so properly—that’s simply thrilling!” stated Bunn in an announcement. “A Legacy of Violence is a giant, sweeping, difficult horror story, and I’ve liked writing it. For this story, I needed to depend on some completely different abilities. It is rather completely different from the rest I’ve executed, and I believe readers might be actually stunned by all of it.”
“Once I get a name from Cullen I don’t even learn what he needs to suggest to me, I instantly reply sure by default!” added Mutti. “Working with Cullen is like engaged on velvet, it’s like he reads my thoughts, he submits issues to me that I like .. and he is aware of it! A Legacy of Violence is yet one more check … a narrative filled with horror and thriller, two key substances for a good narrative filled with twists! I’m the primary reader and I’m all the time thrilled with each chapter! You’ll actually be nailed to the pages!”
The primary situation of this 12 situation sequence goes on gross sales October 5, 2022. You’ll be able to pre order right here, or subscribe digitally right here – which features a copy of the print commerce assortment.
And right here’s some extra preview paintings:
(Disclosure: Mad Cave sponsored The Beat’s SDCC protection.)