Dark Horse Direct has announced the amazing new limited edition print and comics of The Witcher: Witch’s Lament.
Fans of The Witcher should brace themselves because a fantastic new Witcher art package is on the way that is a must-have for fans of the iconic fantasy franchise. Dark Horse Direct is launching a brand new limited edition print and comics pack for The Witcher: Witch’s Lament comic book series. The set features a hand-numbered fine Witcher art lithograph print as well as a virgin version featuring Anato Finnstark’s artwork.
The Witcher began as a fancy series on Geralt of Rivia, the magic powerful monster jerk, which was published by the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. Season of the Storms, the most recent instalment of the wildly influential series, has six episodes and several short stories. The Witcher was also translated into a well known computer game, CD Project Red has won 250 games a year, with The Witcher: Wild Hunt. The popularity of the book and game prompted Netflix to produce a live-action version starring Henry Cavill and Freya Allan, which will premiere later this year.
The series has been lauded for incorporating dark fantasy themes from the books and games into the streaming format.
The Witcher has since been translated into comic books, with Dark Horse Comics releasing The Witcher: Witch’s Lament later this month. Geralt of Rivia will be followed by Bartosz Sztybor, Vanessa L. Rey, Jordie Bellaire, and Aditya Bidikar as he embarks on a regular search that leads him down a dark road as he finds a witch burning at the stake. Geralt’s flashbacks about the tragedy would prompt him to look at the circumstances of her death. Dark Horse Direct will issue a limited edition print and comic by Anato Finnstark to commemorate the book’s release.
Witcher Art Print
An 11×17 fine print Witcher art lithograph print, hand-numbered and printed on silver foil paper, will be included in the print kit. The prints and comics will be limited to 300 copies and will cost $49.99 each. Take a look at Finnstark’s cover below.
Dark Horse Direct has also released some awesome version packages, one being Widowmaker and Tracer built for overwatch by Babs Tarr: Tracer – London Calling #1. Anato Finnstark’s latest package will be out in May 2021. Dark Horse Comics’ The Witcher: Witch’s Lament comic series will be released in comic shops and online on May 26. No time to be a witcher fan has ever been perfect.
Season 2 of The Witcher is said to have cast a key role in the Wild Hunt, among other things
Following the completion of shooting for The Witcher Season 2, new casting rumours have surfaced, suggesting that the master of The Wild Hunt and others will make their debut.
The Witcher season 2 has recently cast one of the saga’s main villains, Eredin of The Wild Hunt, among many others. The Witcher Saga began as a collection of short stories and novels written by Andrzej Sapkowski, a Polish novelist. They were first released in 1993 and have since been turned into a film, a series of graphic novels, and, most prominently, a massively popular video game franchise. The Continent’s world was recently brought to life in Netflix’s ambitious adaptation. Despite its perplexing timeline and mixed reception, The Witcher has remained successful.
Geralt of Rivia, a monster-slayer for hire, was played by Henry Cavill in The Witcher. Yennefer of Vengerberg, a wildly mistreated and strong sorceress, was also followed in the series by Anya Chalotra. Ciri, a young Princess who found herself braving the wilds of The Continent when her kingdom was overthrown, was the third point of view character.
Freya Allan played Ciri, a young Princess who found herself braving the wilds of The Continent when her kingdom was overthrown. Season 1 of The Witcher told a sprawling tale that spanned several decades when history conspired to bring them together in the end. The prophecy came to life in the Witcher season 1 finale, with Geralt and Ciri eventually meeting.
Season 2 of The Witcher has seen the cast expand
Cast of the web series has been expanded with well-known actors like Graham McTavish and Kristofer Hivju now on board. Despite the fact that filming recently ended, the list has become even longer. According to Redanian Intelligence, Sam Hazeldine will be joining the above titles. Hazeldine will allegedly play Eredin Bréacc Glas, who previously appeared in the Netflix series The Innocents. Fans of the books and games would undoubtedly be familiar with that name. For those unfamiliar, Eredin was the master of the Red Riders (a.k.a. The Wild Hunt’s corporeal form), a frequent foe of Geralt and his companions.
Hazeldine was one of a slew of newcomers. Niamh McCormack has also been cast as Lara Dorren, an elven sorceress. Ithlinne, the oracle, will be played by Ann Firbank. Jarre, a young scribe, will be played by Joseph Payne. Vizimir, Redania’s king, will be played by Ed Birch. Voleth Meir and Aylne will be played by Ania Marson and Emily Byrt, respectively. The scale of the tasks will, of course, differ from one character to the next. Any of those titles, like Eredin, would be very familiar to fans of the source content. As a result, even though their screentime is limited among The Witcher season 2’s monsters, they are likely to have a significant effect.
The appearance of Eredin, on the other hand, would be the source of the most enthusiasm for many fans. Given the state of affairs at the conclusion of The Witcher Season 1, it was expected that The Wild Hunt would earn only a passing mention. That may also be the case, after the casting announcement. The spectral group’s first news surfaced during the final days of shooting. As a result, it’s possible that Eredin and his Red Riders will only feature in the final chapters, setting them up for a bigger role in the third season.
This way, Ciri’s workout at Kaer Morhen could stay focused on mysteries such as how Yennefer has survived the battle on Sodden Hill and its location. In any case, still more fans are excited for The Witcher’s return from the sheer realization that The Wild Hunt is on the horizon.