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The Evil Within, Wolfenstein, and Dishonored are getting new Titan Comic runs


Titan Comics, the outfit behind Doctor Who, Warhammer, Penny Dreadful, Tank Girl, and more, are doing a run on Bethesda’s E3 games. There are going to be comics based on The Evil Within, Wolfenstein, and Dishonored. 

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Titan previously did a run on The Evil Within in 2015 to produce a series of prequel comics. Their next lot will fill in the gaps between the first game and the upcoming sequel, with Detective Sebastian Castellanos still reeling from the events of the first game, he’s pulled back into a hellish dimension when another serial killer gets loose in Krimson City.

Issue #1 will be written by Ryan O’Sullivan (Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III, Turncoat) with art by Damien Worm (The October Faction), and Szymon Kudranski (Spider-Man). It’s on sale on September 6.

If you’re not all that into scares, but you are into Nazi’s being punched, kicked, and killed in various entertaining ways, there’s also a comic run coming that will lead into Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.

“In Titan’s new comic series, written by Dan Watters (Limbo, Assassin’s Creed: Uprising) with art by Piotr Kowalski (SEX, Dark Souls) and Ronilson Freire (The Mummy), dive headfirst into the alternate universe of Wolfenstein as B.J. Blazkowicz returns to take on the Nazis,” the announcement postreads. “Can he stop the march of goose-stepping boots? Or will the sinister Hans Hartmann be victorious?”

Wolfenstein’s comic goes on sale on September 13. After that, on September 27, Titan will be releasing the first in a new Dishonored comic. Written by by Michael Moreci (Roche Limit) and illustrated by Andrea Olimpieri (Dishonored) and Mattia Iacono (Demone Dentro), Dishonored: The Peeress and the Price will follow Emily Kaldwin as she returns to Dunwall with her father, Corvo Attano. A conflict arises with a local politician and Emily’s powers begin to become unpredictable.

All the comics are officially recognised as canon, too.