Following a successful entrance final Dec on Netflix, a Guillermo del Toro-created family-friendly charcterised array Trollhunters will make a burst to comics early subsequent year, in a form of an strange striking novel from Dark Horse Comics. CBR has a initial details.
Trollhunters: The Secret History of Trollkind is scheduled for recover in February, and will be co-written by Trollhunters executive author (and Arrow co-showrunner and X-Men Gold writer) Marc Guggenheim and Richard Hamilton, co-author of Dark Horse’s How To Train Your Dragon striking novel The Serpent’s Heir. Timothy Green II, a maestro of mixed Marvel and DC Comics series, illustrates a book alongside colorist Wes Dzioba. The cover is by comics fable Bill Sienkiewicz.
Here’s a central outline from a publisher: “Trollhunters: The Secret History of Trollkind explores Jim’s tour as a initial tellurian Trollhunter — defender of good trolls. The secrets of a good goblin warriors of a past are essential collection for a new Trollhunter, and a time has come for Jim to conclude a battles of Kanjigar a Courageous, who by his possess struggles, triumphs, and failures lead a trolls after a Battle of Killahead Bridge by different territory, opposite oceans and continents, and past fearsome foes! With his friends by his side, Jim continues a quarrel opposite a Gumm-Gumms and their allies!”
The initial deteriorate of Trollhunters, constructed by DreamWorks Animation Television, was headlined by a voice expel including late actor Anton Yelchin as categorical impression Jim Lake Jr. It’s been renewed for a second season, that will entrance after this year. The uncover won 6 Daytime Emmy Awards this year, including Marc Guggenheim receiving Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program.
Reports of a Trollhunters comic initially circulated in early March. This is a latest partnership between del Toro and Dark Horse, who have published mixed comic books formed on The Strain.
Trollhunters: The Secret History of Trollkind is scheduled for recover on Feb. 14, 2018, and comes in during 72 pages with a cover cost of $10.99.