PORTLAND, Ore. 10.24.2019 — Bestselling writer Rick Remender (Deadly Class, Seven to Eternity) and fan-favorite artist Bengal return to Death or Glory with a new, pulse-pounding story arc hitting shelves in November from Image Comics.
In Death or Glory #6, Glory is back and barreling toward the Mexican border in the hopes of delivering the liver transplant to save her father’s life. Hot on her heels is her ex-husband, his criminal empire, crooked cops, psycho killers, and a Mexican murder cartel. Time, fuel, and hope are running out, but no one outruns Glory.
Death or Glory #6 will also be available for purchase across many digital platforms, including the official Image Comics iOS app, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
The Death or Glory, Vol. 1 trade paperback (ISBN: 978-1534308589, Diamond Code AUG180126) collects issues #1-5 of the series and is available now at your local comic book shop and on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, IndieBound, and Indigo.
Accolades and select praise for Death or Glory:
Newsweek’s Best Comic Books of 2018
Thrillist’s Best Comics & Graphic Novels of 2018
“A cocktail that's equal parts Smokey and the Bandit, No Country for Old Men...Unique and inspired. You won't find anything like it on the shelves of your local comic store.” —The Oregonian
“Feels like the start of a Coen Brothers flick—Fast, slick, dark, and brutal, Death or Glory is our new obsession.” —Nerdist
“Death or Glory is definitely a high-octane speed chase of a story with plenty of shootouts, but it’s also a reflection on what it means to live as part of the invisible underclass and how expensive poverty can be.” —io9
“A near-perfect graphic experience.” —Bleeding Cool
“We always love seeing a new creator-owned series from writer Rick Remender. That's both because Remender seems like an endless well of high-concept science fiction ideas and because he has a habit of working with some of the best artists in the industry. Both qualities are in full effect with Death or Glory...Above all, we're thrilled to see French artist Bengal tackling a long-form American comics project. This promises to be a gorgeous comic.” —IGN