TERRITORY Takes Readers Into A Dystopian Kaiju Praising Universe
TERRITORY is an electrifying post-apocalyptic story set in the Pacific Northwest, where the world has been decimated by nuclear war and the remaining humans have formed tribes, revering the monstrous Behemoth Kaiju as divine entities. At the heart of this gripping narrative is Alkia, a young huntress and member of the Greathorn tribe, dedicated to the awe-inspiring bear/elk-like kaiju that has guarded the forest for centuries.
But Alkia’s allegiances are tested, friendships shattered, and faith shaken when the Matl’iishqi tribe, devotees of a serpent-like Kaiju, pose a grave threat to the Greathorn tribe. This confrontation sets off a chain of events that will forever change the lives of all involved.
The creative team behind TERRITORY is nothing short of extraordinary. With writer Blake McCarthy leading the way, accompanied by the talented artists Chris Sassman and Donny Hadiwidjaja, colorist Ichsan Ansori, letterer Marco Della Verde, and editor Nicole D’Andira, this comic series promises to be a visual and narrative feast.
In the distant Pacific Northwest of the United States, the ancestors’ tales recount the cataclysmic destruction brought about by nuclear fire, eradicating civilization as we know it. But from the ashes arose the Behemoths, colossal creatures who revitalized the desolate land. Now, the surviving tribes inhabit this harsh world, worshipping the very Behemoths that breathed life back into their existence.
TERRITORY dives deep into the human psyche as it explores themes of survival, loyalty, and the cost of faith. Brace yourself for a grandiose yet grounded tale that will transport you to a dystopian realm where humanity faces the awe-inspiring might of kaijus, while the fate of tribes hangs in the balance.
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