DARK HORSE BOOKS PRESENTS: “ASSASSIN’S APPRENTICE VOLUME 1” :: Weblog :: Darkish Horse Comics
Darkish Horse is proud to current the primary installment in Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy, Murderer’s Apprentice Quantity 1! This hardcover assortment options writing by Robin Hobb (Farseer Trilogy) and Jody Houser (Stranger Issues, Essential Position: Vox Machina Origins), inside artwork by Ryan Kelly (Stranger Issues, Star Wars), colours by Jordie Bellaire (The Witcher, Black Hammer) and letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (The Witcher: Ballad of Two Wolves, Pink Sonja), with cowl artwork by Anna Steinbauer (Murderer’s Apprentice). The hardcover quantity collects points #1-6 of the Murderer’s Apprentice comedian collection and can characteristic the covers from every difficulty in addition to a sketchbook part.
When the illegitimate son of a royal prince is found in a poor backwater, the boy’s life adjustments ceaselessly. Renamed ‘Fitz’ by his new caretakers, the boy is plunged into the maze of scheming and intrigue that makes up the courts of the Six Duchies. However unknown to all, an influence has woke up in Fitz. One thing in his blood is stirring, and if Fitz can’t be taught to regulate it, it might spell doom for all.
Murderer’s Apprentice Quantity 1 will probably be in bookstores October 17, 2023 and comedian retailers October 18, 2023. It’s out there for pre-order now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and at your local comic shop and bookstore for $29.99.
Reward for Murderer’s Apprentice:
“In right this moment’s crowded fantasy market Robin Hobb’s books are like diamonds in a sea of zircons”—George R.R. Martin
“Hobb is the creator whose books Martin described as ‘like diamonds in a sea of zircons.’; the author to press on those that flip up their noses at fantasy. Her writing is excellent, her world-building irresistible, her storylines each hell-for-leather thrilling and deeply introspective.”—The Guardian
“I might extremely suggest Murderer’s Apprentice and the Farseer Trilogy. As you learn you change into ever extra immersed within the story and it simply appears to get higher and higher.”—Fantasy Guide Assessment