There’s a lot to be scared of in Joe Hill and Stuart Immonen’s Plunge #3, and chief among the fears are long-lost sailors missing their eyes along with the scourge of students everywhere — math.
Indeed, today The Beat has an exclusive preview of Plunge #3, which is due out online and in stores on Tuesday, March 19. Plunge, for those who have forgotten during the new comics hiatus, is a horror title on DC Comics’ Hill House imprint. From writer Hill and artist Immonen, the plot of the book revolves around a long lost sea vessel suddenly resurfacing and sending out a distress call. A response team goes out to answer that call, and the horror ensues.
In this exclusive preview, we see what looks like the return of the resurfaced ship’s crew…as well as a separate scene that involves — shudder — a lengthy and complicated math equation. Horrors from the deep, indeed.
You can find The Beat’s exclusive preview of Plunge #3 below, following the jump…enjoy!
Writer: Joe Hill
Artist: Stuart Immonen
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Letterer: Deron Bennett
The long-lost crew of the Derleth emerges from the wind-scoured stones and twisted pines of the Sinnikik atoll, looking not a day older than when they disappeared 40 years before. They come bearing impossible, dizzying gifts for their rescuers. But at what price?
I’m confused, this preview has shown up on other sites days ago. How is this exclusive?
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