Next month AfterShock Comics will release Bunny Mask: The Hollow Inside #1. The debut issue of the follow-up to the hit horror series comes from writer Paul Tobin, artist Andrea Mutti (with Colleen Coover), and letterer Taylor Esposito. Today The Beat is pleased to present an extended look at the first issue of the series, including four exclusive pages you won’t find anywhere else.
Here’s how AfterShock describes Bunny Mask: The Hollow Inside #1:
Her footfalls don’t exist. She leaves no marks. Her eyes are a white abyss. Her name is Bunny Mask, and she’s free from her cave and moving through the city, searching for sickness and enacting her own unfathomable sense of justice. Can Tyler Severin control her? Does he want to? The answers are still hidden, but what’s clear is that Bunny Mask is back to grab you by your eyeteeth, and never let go.
In a statement back when the new series was first announced, Tobin described where The Hollow Inside picks up after the conclusion of the first Bunny Mask series:
“In the first volume, Tyler attempts to deal with Bunny Mask, meanwhile getting to know (and fall for) a woman named Bee Foster, who is supposed to be dead, and who has some strange connection to Bunny Mask herself. The second volume continues to focus on the theme of identity, now with a new character called the Hollow, a bizarre creature who devours the very existence of his victims, leaving no memory or mark of the person behind, wiping away any memories or physical evidence the person ever existed at all! This is something Bunny Mask DEFINITELY defines as sickness!”
Check out the exclusive extended preview of Bunny Mask: The Hollow Inside #1, as well as the variant covers by Rafael Albuquerque and Mutti & Coover, below. The issue is set to arrive in stores and digitally on Wednesday, May 11th.