Arriving in July, Days of Hate: Act One collects the first six issues of the twelve part Days of Hate mini-series.  The comic by Aleš Kot, Danijel Žeželj and Jordie Bellaire is a trip to the dystopian future of 2022 and the conflict between two former lovers, one a member of the police state, the other fighting a guerrilla war against white supremacy.

Official PR follows:

Bestselling writer Aleš Kot (ZERO, THE NEW WORLD), artist Danijel Žeželj (STARVE), and Eisner-winning colorist Jordie Bellaire (REDLANDS, PRETTY DEADLY) introduce readers to a near-future dystopian America in DAYS OF HATE: ACT ONE this July.

The United States of America, 2022: the loss that ripped two lovers apart drove one into the arms of the police state and the other toward a guerrilla war against white supremacy. This is the story of what happens when they meet again. A story of much more than just revenge.

A terrifyingly realistic dystopian tragedy—in the vein of The Americans and The Handmaid’s TaleThe Onion’s AV Club describes DAYS OF HATE as a “speculative fiction that doesn’t pull punches” and IGN calls it “a beautiful and haunting look at a very troubled world.”

DAYS OF HATE: ACT ONE (Diamond Code MAY180060, ISBN: 978-1-5343-0697-4) hits comic book stores on Wednesday, July 18th and bookstores on Tuesday, July 24th. The final order cutoff for retailers is Monday, June 4th.

The trade paperback collects chapters #1-6 of the twelve-part series.


  1. Kot is simply a writer that can pull off writing a believable dystopia not in the far flung future but in only a few years, or even now. Ever since I read Zero #1, I don’t think a comic has rocked me as hard as that again. All over this. Cheers!

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