Top Cow has announced the mystery thriller, God Complex, launches as an ongoing series in October.

The series is written by Paul Jenkins and Bryan Lie and artist Hendry Prasetya.

GOD COMPLEX is set in the futuristic city of Delphi where a young digital-forensics investigator named Seneca finds himself embroiled in the bizarre murders of three church acolytes. Guided by his cryptic mentor, the Ruler named Hermes, Seneca uncovers a stunning conspiracy and a mystery that will turn his entire world upside down.

If this sounds familiar to you, God Complex is based on a toy line from Glitch, a Jakarta based company co-founded by Bryan Lie.

The company has released more than ten characters within five years, and they have been a mainstay hit in the high-end collectibles community, mainly in Japan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. GLITCH is bringing the IP to worldwide attention, collaborating with Top Cow Productions to publish the comics to tell the rich stories behind characters and the GOD COMPLEX universe. The first comic is GOD COMPLEX: DOGMA and questions the nature of gods, religion, truth, and human faith, set in age of misinformation and post-truth.

God Complex #1 arrives in stores on Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

via Image Comics

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  1. August 5, 2017 at 11:09 am — Reply

    I didn’t even know Top Cow was still printing. I have a (still in the bags) seven series collection of comics produced by Top Cow for City Of Heroes. Anybody know if its worth anything?

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