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WORLDTR33: Exclusive Preview of James Tynion IV’s Terrifying New Horror Series

The dark underbelly of the Internet spills out into the real life. Upgraded: Mar 17, 2023 2:05 pm Posted: Mar 17, 2023 2:00 pm Writer James Tynion IV is almost associated with scary at this moment, thanks to seriously well-known books like The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country and The Nice House on the Lake (the latter of which was chosen for IGN’s Best Comic Book Series of 2022). Now Tynion is back at Image Comics for an extremely appealing brand-new series called WORLDTR33. IGN can solely debut a brand-new sneak peek of WORLDTR33 # 1, which likewise includes artist Fernando Blanco (Detective Comics), colorist Jordie Bellaire (Moon Knight) and letterer Aditya Bidikar (Grant Morrison’s 18 Days). Inspect it out in the slideshow gallery listed below: WORLDTR33 # 1 Preview Gallery WORLDTR33 follows a guy called Gabriel and his good friends, who in 1999 found a trick, wicked part of the Internet called the Undernet and cataloged it on their message board WORLDTR33. In the present day, somebody called PH34R has actually broken into WORLDTR33 and started leaving a bloody course of damage. “When I was young, I believed the Internet was going to bring all of us together,” Tynion informs IGN. “W0RLDTR33 is the scary comic I began developing when it actually began to occur to me that the reverse held true. I believe it may be the scariest book I’ve ever composed, considering that it’s about what frightens me the most in the real life.” WORLDTR33 # 1 is priced at $3.99 and is slated for release on Wednesday, April 12. In other comics news, Supergirl starlet Nicole maines is penning a brand-new graphic unique about ehr character Dreamer, and Ultimate Spider-Man’s Brian Michael Bendis offered us the scoop on that time he quickly dealt with Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Jesse is a mild-mannered personnel author for IGN. Enable him to provide a machete to your intellectual thicket by following @jschedeen on Twitter. In This Article