Tyler “Ninja” Blevins – in collaboration with Penguin Random House – has announced the next installment in his graphic novel series, Ninja: War for the Dominions, will arrive on May 18. The new story picks up where Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game left off, and it’s once again up to the blue-haired streamer to save the world.
While Ninja fanatics would pick up the next installment regardless of its quality, there’s actually some real firepower behind the graphic novel. Beyond Ninja, three well-known comic book artists and designers are working on the project – including Justin Jordan, who penned comics for Image, DC, and Marvel. Jordan is joined by Mike Anderson and Felipe Magana, who round out the team.
“Ninja: War for the Dominions picks up right where Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game left off—Ninja and his crew are facing a daunting challenge from evil overlord Strigus Thule and his Great Beasts,” reads the announcement. “The Great Beasts have been unleashed, and the war has begun. Will the tenacity, integrity, and camaraderie that kept Ninja and his crew alive in the first challenge help them defeat the horrifying Great Beasts, and Strigus Thule himself?”
Ninja: War for the Dominions will be available on May 18 and will retail for $16.99.
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