Keanu Reeves is writing a comic book e book that includes a chief personality that appears precisely like Keanu Reeves, and I completely can not wait to shop for it.
BRZRKR is ready an immortal guy who has been wandering the earth for hundreds of years getting recruited through the U.S. govt to move on best secret missions. It’s a hyper-violent motion epic starring an indestructible rage system obviously modeled after Reeves himself, and it looks as if a ton of excellent pulpy amusing.
Reeves co-wrote the impending 12-issue collection BRZRKR with Matt Kindt for Boom! Studios, who by the way additionally publishes an ongoing Bill and Ted comedian e book collection. “I have loved comics since I was a young kid and they have been a significant influence on me artistically,” stated Reeves in an reputable announcement on Boom!’s website. “To have the chance to create BRZRKR and collaborate with legends in the industry like writer Matt Kindt, artist Alessandro Vitti, color artist Bill Crabtree, letterer Clem Robins, and conceptual/cover artist Rafael Grampá – along with the great folks at BOOM! Studios – is a dream come true.”
Kindt is an excellent determine in comics, having labored on plenty of primary titles together with Spider-Man and Justice League of America. He’s additionally won nominations for 6 Eisner Awards and 6 Harvey Award noms, with one Harvey win beneath his belt. “The best collaborations have each partner bringing something unique to the table,” stated Kindt. “With BRZRKR we mixed a potent cocktail of all the things that we love: the tale of an immortal warrior laced with history, conspiracies, spirituality, and a gigantic helping of bonkers action and violence — all with intense purpose and ultimately a heartbreaking discovery.”
The reputable synopsis reads:
“The man known only as Berzerker is half-mortal and half-God, cursed and compelled to violence…even at the sacrifice of his sanity. But after wandering the world for centuries, Berzerker may have finally found a refuge – working for the U.S. government to fight the battles too violent and too dangerous for anyone else. In exchange, Berzerker will be granted the one thing he desires – the truth about his endless blood-soaked existence…and how to end it.”
In addition to Reeves and Kindt running on what seems like an intriguing tale, the artwork through Alessando Vitti seems accurately gritty, with some stunning covers through Vitti, Rafael Grampá, and Mark Brooks. The first problem of BRSRKR will hit native comedian stores and the Boom! Studios webstore in October, with virtual copies to be had on quite a lot of suppliers like comiXology and Google Play. For extra Keanu, learn when you’ll be able to catch Collider’s Constantine: 15th Anniversary Reunion Panel for Comic-Con@Home this Saturday.