Bloodborne Finally Continues With A New Free Comic Book Day Issue
Bloodborne fans can get their first look at the new comic series based on the hit video game when a prequel issue drops on Free Comic Book Day.
Fans of the best-selling and critically acclaimed transmitted by blood video game, published by From softwarewill have fun, because comic book titan releases an exclusive prelude to their new transmitted by blood series of graphic novels about Free Comics Day 2022. No news from Bloodborne 2 On the horizon, players invested in the lore and legends of Yharnam and hunters will be delighted to experience more world-building from the epic gothic horror game.
the transmitted by blood The video game was first released by FromSoftware in 2015 and instantly became a fan favorite, using awesome action role-playing with a unique, gruesome and beautiful visual design and story. Although not a sequel, the transmitted by blood the game resembles the popular dark souls series, also by FromSoftware, and developed an equally rabid fan base. Bloodborne #1which will be released on April 13 on Free Comic Book Day, is far from the first transmitted by blood comic, with Titan Comics having already published 16 Bloodborne comics since 2018. These comics showed a wide range of different perspectives on the world of transmitted by blood like further investigation into the Healing Church, information about the mysterious Eileen the Raven, and more history about the hunters battling the blood-sick beasts, former citizens of Yharnam.
Bloodborne #1—written by Cullen Bunn with illustrations by Piotr Kowalski and Brad Simpson – is a prelude to a greater transmitted by blood comic book series from Titan Comics which will debut later in 2022. Kowalski has done the artwork for several previous Titans transmitted by blood comic book series, and its unique art style brings the Victorian-era world of deranged monsters and cosmic lore into crisp, beautiful detail. While a PS1-style “remake” made by fans of the transmitted by blood game, by indie developer Lilith Walther, was recently released, there’s still a huge void of Yharnam content while fans wait for news on Bloodborne 2something that the Bloodborne #1 the comic should hopefully help alleviate that.
Titan Comics hasn’t released many details about what the new transmitted by blood comedy series will entail, but judging by the previous transmitted by blood comics, this one will continue to expand on the rich world of Hunters and Old Yharnam and provide additional story and information for a game with a deep sense of lore. The coverage for Bloodborne #1 depicts a hunter battling a “white lantern” (sometimes referred to as a “brain trust”), an enemy that appears as a Lovecraftian eldritch horror that roams the frontier of nightmares. The official synopsis of Bloodborne #1 reveals:
“Exclusive introduction to an epic new series, launching in May 2022! Enter the city of Yharnam through the eyes of its citizens, when new hunters take to the streets to fight the cruel and unusual epidemic that has gripped of the city. In The Dark of Night, families and faith will be tested… Based on the critically acclaimed video game Bloodborne!”
The synopsis for the new comic series hints at the plot featuring citizens of Yharnam as their city descends for the first time into a hellish landscape filled with monsters, which means this comic could be an intro perfect for people who love Victorian-era gothic horror but haven’t. played the transmitted by blood game again. While FromSoftware is currently working on its next fantasy RPG game Elden Ringswhich is presented as a combination of dark souls and transmitted by bloodthere is still a huge desire to transmitted by blood-specific content. If you are a fan of transmitted by blood, dark soulsor Victorian-style horror, be sure to pick up Bloodborne #1 through comic book titanbased on the game of From softwarewhen it falls on April 13, 2022 on Free comic day.
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