PREVIEW: The Last God: Songs of Lost Children #1

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The Last God is the upcoming DC comic scheduled to be released on 27 th October 2020. This series is written by Dan Watters, the writer of the DC comic Lucifer which was released this January. The series’ art is by Steve Beach and the cover is by Kai Carpenter. The series has a black label on it, meaning it is suitable only for readers who are more than 17 years old.

The prequel of The Last God

The prequel is set thirty years before the start of the plot. Here we see Tyr and Cyanthe overthrow MOL UHLTEP, a Tyrannus giant causing destruction. The duo accomplished this by restoring the face of the only God left, Black Stair. 

Following their victory, Tyr and Cyanthe have crowned the King and Queen respectively and renamed the place to TYRGOLAD. They promised peace and prosperity to the nation but over the years the place became filled with nothing but despair.

Tyr becomes ill, leaving TYRGOLAD’s safety alone at the hands of the queen.

The plot

An incognito Queen Cyanthe and her handmaiden Nyko embark on a journey to the poverty-stricken villages outside Tyrgolad. When she listens to the local “folklore” and “superstitions” she realizes that they are anything but lies and MOL UHLTEP or his counterparts might be back. Will she be able to save her people? Read the comic to find out!

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