Sina Grace and Daniel Freedman continue their rather bizarre miniseries, “Burn The Orphanage”, but we expect nothing less from these creators. “Reign of Terror” follows Rock and his clan of street fighters as they return to their home only to find it razed by robots. It captures the violence and fun of classic fighting games for Super NES/Sega, and if you played those growing up, this series will blow you away.
Daniel Freedman (Undying Love) and Sina Grace (THE LI’L DEPRESSED BOY, NOT MY BAG) are at it again! The original blow-up hit miniseries about revenge and action is now an all-new monthly Image Comics series called BURN THE ORPHANAGE: REIGN OF TERROR..
Rock finally returns home, only to find his city under siege. And you won’t believe who is the cause of all the chaos.
“We tested our fans with the oversized and sprawling chapters in Born to Lose, so Reign of Terror should feel like an unlocked level of absolute fun,” said Grace. “The gang is back together and we are glad to have them on their home turf, working with and against some familiar faces.”
REIGN OF TERROR moves readers into the the next phase of BURN THE ORPHANAGE. While Rock and his team of street fighters have gone on a lot of adventures together, they’ve never faced such overwhelming odds. “Friendships and allegiances will be tested as our heroes are put through a gauntlet of new and old foes, betrayal, and oversized robot mayhem,” said Freedman. “Reign of Terror is exciting because it’s the first in a series of longer form story arcs we have ready to tell. BURN THE ORPHANAGE is only just getting started.”
Rock will be taking back his city in BURN THE ORPHANAGE: REIGN OF TERROR #1, which arrives in stores on on 5/7 and will be available for $3.50. It can be pre-ordered with Diamond Code MAR140488. Cover B by Andy Belanger can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code MAR140489.
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