Image Comics has announced that award-winning writer, Grant Morrison (Batman, The Invisibles), and New York Times bestselling artist, Chris Burnham (Office Downe, Batman Incorporated), will be getting their new dystopian horror series, NAMELESS, a second printing on it’s first issue.
The order for NAMELESS to get a second printing, according to an Image Comics press release, was in order to keep up with the growing demands from fans, and has received some positive yet bloody reception.
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Morrison described NAMELESS as “a disturbing anti-human voyage to the hopeless outer limits of cosmic nihilism and cruelty” in an interview with EW.com.
“NAMELESS is my first collaboration with Chris Burnham since we wrapped up our run on Batman and it’s our first no-holds barred horror comic,” said Morrison. “In the company of six doomed astronauts on a mission to save our planet from an approaching asteroid. Needless to say, they get far more than they bargained for.”
The series has already begun to grow a massive fan base with only just one issue into the six-issue series. It’s quite a remarkable feat Morrison and Burnham have achieved, and it doesn’t look like it’ll be slowing down anytime soon.
NAMELESS #1 is available for purchase digitally on Image Comics website, as well as Image Comics iOS app and Comixology. The second printing of the first issue will be released on March 4, alongside NAMELESS #2.