Do you like politics in your comics? Because Aleš Kot’s writing a very political comic for Image in January. With Danijel Žeželj and Jordie Bellaire on art and color, Days of Hate is a 12-issue series set in 2022 with a police state and a guerrilla war against white supremacy. Kot describes it as “about the things people do to survive and to live—and about killing Nazis.”
A preview follows the Official PR:
Bestselling writer Aleš Kot (ZERO, GENERATION GONE) teams up with artist Danijel Žeželj (STARVE) and Eisner-winning colorist Jordie Bellaire (REDLANDS, PRETTY DEADLY) for an all new maxi-series in the gritty American thriller tragedy DAYS OF HATE.
DAYS OF HATE is set in The United States of America in 2022. The loss that ripped two of its main protagonists apart drove one into the arms of the police state and the other towards a guerrilla war against the white supremacy. Now they meet again, on the opposing sides—and all hell has broken loose.
“Days of Hate is all about the characters. It’s about them living in a country that is falling apart. It’s about love, hate, war, tragedy, and layers of intrigue and double-crossing,” said Kot. “It’s about the things people do to survive and to live—and about killing Nazis.”
DAYS OF HATE #1 (Diamond Code NOV170638) hits stores on Wednesday, January 17th. The final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, December 18th
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