Hey guys, it’s time for your annual Rage News! Here’s where I cut and paste last year’s news, and update it a little because almost nothing happened in one year! OK, just kidding. Almost. I might have cut and pasted parts of this first paragraph, though.
So, as always, let’s see what’s happening on the Rage Front!
Alex Nascimento is still on the first pages of Rage #7, which is on standby for the time being, due to Alex’s work schedule. Sadly, Dijjo Lima died earlier this year, so I’m going to either look for a new colorist, or handle the colors of Rage #7 myself.
Rage #7’s delay isn’t really a problem though, since I’m hard at work on The Second Night, a book which will follow on the events of Rage #6, and should be out next year. The book is set to feature all the Rage and Serena characters introduced so far, and a lot more! The story will take place right after Rage #6, and you’ll understand when you read it why it could only be written as an Interactive Adventure Book. My first idea was to make it an RPG, but I thought about all my readers who don’t quite like playing RPGs, and will need to know what happened in between Rage #6 and #7. Making it first an IAB, and then adapting the story into an RPG was the best solution. I’ll tell you more about it after Rage #6 is out.
Worlds of Rage #10 is out at last, with more and more pages by Stéphane Degardin, Yonami, and Walmir Archanjo, and still for the same price! If you don’t know these pencilers yet, I guarantee you’re missing something!
Worlds of Rage #11 is still in the making, it’s set to be out in 2023, and you shouldn’t miss it, at least for the series Serena, drawn by Stéphane Degardin, which will be compiled in its first printed book and available at Amazon that same year, along with a whole new book: The Temple of Pearls, a Serena spinoff book also drawn by Stéphane Degardin. More about The Temple of Pearls, the strangest and funniest book I ever wrote (no kidding) as we go along. The script itself is finished, and has been sent to Stéphane Degardin, so you can expect it next year.
The same Stéphane Degardin should be hard at work on finding ways to kill me for what I made him draw in a pivotal chapter of Serena to be published in Worlds of Rage 11: a whole crowd of characters in which the reader should be able to identify literally everyone! I’ll tell you more as we go along (Don’t miss the End of the Year’s Posts!). If all goes well, 2023 is going to be Serena Year!
All the new editions of my other books are now done, and available in their respective digital libraries or in print at Amazon! And they’re really good, so don’t hesitate to have a look at it!
See you on Christmas!