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TKO Presents announces wave three graphic novels for November 2020
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TKO Presents announces wave three graphic novels for November 2020

Coming later this year, TKO Presents reveals their wave 3 of books.

TKO Presents has revealed their third wave of books which will be up for preorder on TKO’s website on October 16th, with a release date in early November. The third wave contains three titles from some of the biggest creators in comics.

The announcement was made over Twitter. TKO co-founder showed off the three titles over his private twitter.

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https://twitter.com/thetzechun/status/1309223639187968000?s=20

The three titles include:

  • Lonesome Days, Savage Nights, co-written by Steve Niles and Salvatore Simeone, with art by Kudranski and lettering by Tom Mauer. The title is described as “[a] supernatural crime story about a private detective with one hell of a trick up his sleeve and a monster under his skin.”

  • The Pull, written by Steve Orlando, illustrated by López Ortiz, colored by Triona Farrell, and lettered by Mauer. The sci-fi series “asks the ultimate question: What would you do if you only had six days left to live – give up or fight back?”
  • Redfork, a “dark horror tale” written by Paknadel, illustrated by Vendrell, colored by Giulia Brusco, and lettered by Ryan Ferrier. The series follows “an ex-con who returns to his hometown and realizes something sinister is draining the very life from the town.”

Stay tuned to AIPT for more on TKO Presents news and more.

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