Overwatch Reveals London Calling #2 Cover, Preview Pages, and More

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Blizzard Entertainment is formally set to launch a brand new challenge of the current Overwatch comedian that includes Tracer, London Calling, tomorrow. In case you in some way missed it, the brand new comedian is a part of a partnership with Dark Horse Comics and is written by Mariko Tamaki with artwork from Babs Tarr, and ComicGuide.com has been supplied the duvet and a few preview pages to solely reveal from London Calling #2!

“Overwatch is partnering with Dark Horse Comics to carry you the primary installment of the Overwatch London Calling Comic Series,” the unique announcement of the collection acknowledged. “Illustrated by New York Times bestselling comedian artist Babs Tarr and written by Eisner Award winner Mariko Tamaki, the collection focuses on the lifetime of younger Tracer within the streets of London. The first of 5 points might be launching digitally, with the bodily model launching within the coming months. Subsequent points are to be launched on a month-to-month foundation.”

Here’s the synopsis of the brand new comedian, straight from Blizzard Entertainment:

“Years after Overwatch has been disbanded, the world finds itself beset by injustice and weak to self-interested powers. Sentient, clever robots known as omnics nonetheless battle within the many years because the Omnic Crisis, demanding equality and an finish to discrimination towards their variety. The world wants heroes once more, and heroes typically come from surprising locations.

“Ex-Overwatch agent Tracer has befriended Iggy, an omnic who shares her love of music. After visiting Iggy’s dwelling within the Underworld, the place most of London’s omnic inhabitants struggles to outlive in harsh circumstances, Tracer has vowed to assist Iggy restore the Grid, the Underworld’s supply of energy. But in doing so, she’s attracted the eye of Kace and his followers, who consider nothing good can come from people.”

The second challenge of Tracer’s London Calling comedian will formally launch tomorrow, October 14th, on Overwatch‘s official web site. You can take a look at the first issue right here. Overwatch itself is presently out there for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Overwatch 2 is in growth, although no particular platforms have been introduced as of but. You can take a look at all of our previous coverage of the Overwatch franchise right here.

What do you consider Overwatch‘s new Tracer comedian? Are you excited for extra Overwatch comics on the whole? Let us know within the feedback, or be happy to hit me up instantly on Twitter at @rollinbishop to speak about all issues gaming! And preserve scrolling to take a look at the complete cowl and first preview pages for London Calling #2!


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