Subsequent month AfterShock Comics will launch Bunny Masks: The Hole Inside #1. The debut subject of the follow-up to the hit horror collection comes from author Paul Tobin, artist Andrea Mutti (with Colleen Coover), and letterer Taylor Esposito. In the present day The Beat is happy to current an prolonged have a look at the primary subject of the collection, together with 4 unique pages you received’t discover wherever else.
Right here’s how AfterShock describes Bunny Masks: The Hole Inside #1:
Her footfalls don’t exist. She leaves no marks. Her eyes are a white abyss. Her identify is Bunny Masks, and she or he’s free from her cave and transferring by means of town, trying to find illness and enacting her personal unfathomable sense of justice. Can Tyler Severin management her? Does he wish to? The solutions are nonetheless hidden, however what’s clear is that Bunny Masks is again to seize you by your eyeteeth, and by no means let go.
In an announcement again when the brand new collection was first introduced, Tobin described the place The Hole Inside picks up after the conclusion of the primary Bunny Masks collection:
“Within the first quantity, Tyler makes an attempt to take care of Bunny Masks, in the meantime attending to know (and fall for) a lady named Bee Foster, who is meant to be lifeless, and who has some unusual connection to Bunny Masks herself. The second quantity continues to concentrate on the theme of identification, now with a brand new character referred to as the Hole, a weird creature who devours the very existence of his victims, leaving no reminiscence or mark of the particular person behind, wiping away any recollections or bodily proof the particular person ever existed in any respect! That is one thing Bunny Masks DEFINITELY defines as illness!”
Take a look at the unique prolonged preview of Bunny Masks: The Hole Inside #1, in addition to the variant covers by Rafael Albuquerque and Mutti & Coover, under. The difficulty is about to reach in shops and digitally on Wednesday, Might eleventh.