THE END IS NIGH IN “BLACK HAMMER: THE END” :: Weblog :: Darkish Horse Comics
Black Hammer is again! For now, not less than, as Darkish Horse Comics presents Black Hammer: The Finish. The Eisner Award–successful superhero saga returns on this collection choosing up instantly after the occasions of the hit Black Hammer Reborn collection. The latest addition to the Black Hammer saga is written by comics legend Jeff Lemire, with inside artwork and colours by Malachi Ward, and lettered by Nate Piekos. The problem additionally contains a variant cowl by David Rubín.
On this multi-timeline, world-hopping journey, we discover new stakes, new heroes, and the long-awaited return to Black Hammer Farm. The Weber household reunites and faces new challenges and villains in Jeff Lemire’s greatest occasion within the Black Hammer collection to this point!
Black Hammer: The Finish is the following period of the Black Hammer Universe; a six-issue occasion collection by Jeff Lemire and Malachi Ward that pulls the Black Hammer world into disaster.
“Black Hammer Reborn left the Black Hammer Universe on fairly a cliffhanger,” says author Jeff Lemire,”and now we’ll discover out what occurs subsequent! Black Hammer: The Finish is a narrative I have been constructing throughout the varied Black Hammer books for years now. It can pull storylines, and characters, from all the varied collection into one huge story which can each be a conclusion of all we have been doing, but additionally usher in a recent begin, and an entire new starting, for the Black Hammer Universe!”
Black Hammer #1 (of 6) can be in comedian retailers August 30, 2023. It’s out there for pre-order now at your local comic shop for $3.99.
Reward for Black Hammer:
“Wonderful. Simply flat-out superb.”—Patton Oswalt
“Black Hammer is well considered one of Lemire’s finest creations.”—Scott Snyder
“On my pull record by the point I bought to web page 5.” —Mark Waid (Kingdom Come)
“Black Hammer is the maddest, most good comedian I’ve learn in years.”—Mark Millar (Kick Ass)
“Jeff Lemire’s Black Hammer feels prefer it’s strolling two roads—one honoring the previous of superhero comics, and one forging a path into the way forward for the style.”—Cullen Bunn (Harrow County)
“Black Hammer looks like a superhero story by an X-Recordsdata lens; it is unusual and melancholy and actual. The story evokes an immense world stuffed with sometimes deep Lemire-ian themes of isolation, pleasure and ease. I am unable to wait to see the place he goes from right here.” —Charles Soule (Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Letter 44)