Wild’s End, the amazing homage to The War of the Worlds and The Day the Earth Stood Still, is getting a final volume from creators Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard in June 2018.

Here is how BOOM! Studios describes Wild’s End

Journey’s End Despite the military’s best efforts, the alien invaders have seized a firm grip on the world. Cities have been invaded and the countryside overrun, leaving little hope for humanity’s resistance. With few options left, the survivors will need to look to the very people they once feared to make a last-ditch effort to turn the tide of the war.

“Both Ian and I have loved working on Wild’s End – it’s a particularly favourite project for both of us – and we’ve been delighted by the immensely positive response from readers and critics to the first two volumes,” said Dan Abnett in a press release from BOOM! Studios. “When BOOM! Studios asked for a third volume, and offered us to do it in the ‘long form’ of a graphic novel, we jumped at the chance, and we’ve been working on it with huge pleasure for the past little while. It’s not necessarily the end of Wild’s End, but this book represents a dramatic closure to the story arc and forms the dynamic third part of the trilogy. ”

“It’s really exciting for Dan and I to have had this opportunity to bring this particular arc to a close,” said I.N.J. Culbard. “It’s been a lot of fun returning to Wild’s End and continuing the stories of Susan, Clive, Peter and Alph, and we hope readers will enjoy the book as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it all together.”

Wild's End: Journey's End

The first two volumes are really great, and I’m looking forward to this concluding story.

via BOOM! Studios

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