Fans of Stone Star Season 2 can look forward to an exciting conclusion when issue 5 is released tomorrow (March 30, 2021). We have an exclusive preview to share!
Written by Jim Zub (Champions, Avengers: No Road Home, Rick & Morty vs Dungeons & Dragons) and art by Max Dunbar (Champions, Dungeons & Dragons), the Stone Star comic book can be described as a story about an intergalactic showdown featuring gladiators from across galaxies fighting to offer entertainment and gain their fortune.
The premise involves Dail, a teenager thief, who gets pulled into the arena and has to figure out his loyalties. For those who don’t know, Stone Star is the name of the mobile asteroid (a nomadic arena vessel) that’s all about delights and distractions.
A comiXology Original, Stone Star Season Two debuted back on November 24, 2020. The fifth and final issue of the second season will be available on March 30, 2021.
The official description reads:
The nomadic space station called Stone Star brings gladiatorial entertainment to ports across the galaxy. Inside this gargantuan vessel of tournaments and temptations, foragers and fighters struggle to survive. A young warrior named Dail has been drawn into the ring and is trying to prove himself in the Grand Arena, but there are forces on the station determined to see him destroyed as revenge for his father’s fighting legacy.
Stone Star is an action-adventure spectacle bursting with colorful characters and pulse-pounding action! Grab your weapons, gritters, and join the fray!
The upcoming issue features the matchup between Dail and Volness.
Enjoy the preview!
You can pre-order issue 5 right now from comiXology for $2.99.
Other than that, Stone Star Vol. 1 in paperback arrives in bookstores come July 6, 2021. It will be available in comic book shops on July 7, 2021. Featuring 136 pages, the MSRP is $19.99/$25.99 pbk (ISBN: 978-1-50672-458-4 / Dark Horse Books).
Look forward to my review of Stone Star Season 2 issue 5 in my upcoming weekly comic book review roundup.
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