Exclusive Preview! ComiXology Originals “Ask For Mercy” Season 3 Issue 5

Ask for Mercy Season 3 Issue 5
Ask for Mercy Season 3 Issue 5 – Cover (Image: PR)

We are proud to share an exclusive preview of the upcoming ComiXology Originals title Ask for Mercy Season 3 Issue 5. The entire issue will be available come December 15, 2020.

Ask for Mercy Season 3 Issue 5 will serve as the penultimate installment of the current story. It has been written by Richard Starkings (Elephantmen) with art by Abigail Jill Harding.

The official description for issue 5 reads: 

In this issue Alizarine and Budgie have tracked the Hybrid to York, where Mercy starts to tap into powers that have lain dormant inside her for some time…

Enjoy the preview!

I love the roughness in the art and how the colors make everything not appear solid; adding to the eeriness. Keep an eye out for our interview with Ask for Mercy co-creator and artist Harding coming soon!

Titles in the Ask for Mercy franchise are currently available over at ComiXology. The description for the series reads:

An action-packed and artistically stunning dark fantasy story from Elephantmen creator, Richard Starkings and breakout talent, Abigail Jill Harding. ASK FOR MERCY is a WORLD WAR II fantasy horror story in the tradition of John Carpenter’s The Thing and Sandman. Mercy is snatched from her own place and time to join a team of Monster Hunters who are actually Monsters themselves, and together they have to take on a Pantheon of Hideous Creatures summoned to our world by Nazi evil!

Season 3 of Ask for Mercy debuted on August 11, 2020. It had Mercy and Ratmir appear on Earth in 2023 and learning about something mysterious hunting down humans in the city center of Leeds. The sixth and final issue in the third season will be released in January of 2021. 

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