In September, Skybound will release Heart Attack, a sci-fi romance graphic novel from the creative team of writer Shawn Kittelsen, artist Eric Zawadzki, colorist Mike Spicer, and letterer Pat Brosseau. The book, which collects six issues of the series as well as six previously-unreleased that conclude the story, follows a couple who discover they have incredible powers when near each other. Today Skybound released a 12-page preview of the book, which finds the story’s protagonists reeling after a disaster.

Here’s how Skybound describes Heart Attack:

Gene therapy has saved Americans from disease—only to give birth to Variants: people with powers so unique, the government denies their human rights. But a new rebellion begins when Charlie North and Jill Kearney learn their instant attraction unlocks powers of mass destruction and forces them to question how far they should go to topple the system.

In a statement accompanying the preview, Kittelsen and Zawadzki described how the graphic novel has come to reflect the real world, and their enthusiasm at getting to complete the series:

“Back when we started work on this book, we had no idea how timely it would become. Pandemic. Mass protests. Gun violence. Rising tides of authoritarianism. But for all those nightmares come to life, this book also has strength, courage, and love,” said Shawn Kittelsen. “If the troubling times that Jill and Charlie live in seem all too familiar, their improbable romance is our reminder that as long as we remember how to love, there will always be hope for tomorrow.”

“I’m very excited to be presenting this Heart Attack collection, combining the first 6 issues with the never-before-seen final 6 issues all in one complete package,” said Eric Zawadzki. “Everyone on the team put their all into this comic that I strongly believe will resonate with readers who enjoy epic love stories.”

Check out the 12-page preview of the book below. Heart Attack will arrive in comic shops and digitally on Wednesday, September 27th, and in bookstores on Tuesday, October 3rd.