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Image Comics signals Kieron Gillen & Stephanie Hans' 'Die' counting down to finale
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Image Comics signals Kieron Gillen & Stephanie Hans’ ‘Die’ counting down to finale

‘Die’ by Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans to end with issue #20.

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Image Comics has revealed the final story arc for Die begins with issue #16 on May 5. The story arc, titled “Bleed,” will end with Die #20. As always these issues can be found at your local comic book shop.

“The concluding arc is always bittersweet,” said Gillen in a press release sent to AIPT. “Sad that the adventure is coming to the end, but the wicked glee of finally being able to reveal all the bleak secrets we’ve been keeping.”

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So what’s “Bleed” about?

To go into the dark, you have to get to the dark. They never put a dungeon anywhere accessible, do they? Past sins haunt our party, and future sins permeate the landscape. Die’s closing arc begins as we began: with regrets and screaming.

The order code for Die #16 Cover A by Hans is Diamond Code MAR210062).

Image Comics signals Kieron Gillen & Stephanie Hans' 'Die' counting down to finale

Die #16 Cover B by Alberto Varanda is Diamond Code MAR210063).

Image Comics signals Kieron Gillen & Stephanie Hans' 'Die' counting down to finale

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