The Witcher Volume 8: Wild Animals

Part of The Witcher

Paperback
$19.99 US
6.6"W x 10.17"H x 0.24"D   | 10 oz | 48 per carton
On sale Jul 23, 2024 | 112 Pages | 978-1-5067-2702-8
| Rated T+
FOC Apr 22, 2024 | Catalog March 2024
From land to sea, Geralt finds that where man and creature coexist, there is an unspoken rule—one where the skills of a witcher go beyond killing monsters.

When a job at sea takes a bloody turn, Geralt is washed ashore on a strange new land. Taken in by local hunters, they discover a bargain to be had—a task for an indebted witcher and a share in the reward. But an omnipresent eye watches their every move, and Geralt is soon dragged into a conflict between the hunters and a mysterious clan known to kill humans.

Created in close collaboration with CD Projekt Red! Collects issues #1–#4 of the Dark Horse Comics series The Witcher: Wild Animals, written by Bartosz Sztybor (The Witcher: The Ballad of Two Wolves, Cyberpunk 2077: Edgerunners) with stunning art by Nataliia Rerekina (Moonchosen) and colors by Patricio Delpeche (Strange Skies Over East Berlin).
Bartosz Sztybor was born in the summer of 1984 in Warsaw, Poland. He is a writer of both comic books and movie scripts, a scriptwriter of TV shows and documentaries, and an author of children's books. He has written dozens of comic books and graphic novels in Poland, including the series for teens Niezła draka, Drapak! with art by Tomasz Kaczkowski; the award-winning autobiographical graphic novel Come Back to Me Again, with art by Wojciech Stefaniec, and a few works without words illustrated by Piotr Nowacki (Tainted, It's Not About That and Options). His short comics and strips have been published in almost every comic book magazine and most major newspapers in Poland. He has won many awards for his comics and his movies at various festivals all around the world (including best writer awards in Brazil, Spain and Poland). His movies have been shown, and his books published, in many other countries. He debuted in the United States in 2010 with a few short comics published in the comics publication Zombie Terror, and in 2016, he published his first story in France, Unlucky, with art by Ivan Shavrin (published in Doggybags vol. 10).

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From land to sea, Geralt finds that where man and creature coexist, there is an unspoken rule—one where the skills of a witcher go beyond killing monsters.

When a job at sea takes a bloody turn, Geralt is washed ashore on a strange new land. Taken in by local hunters, they discover a bargain to be had—a task for an indebted witcher and a share in the reward. But an omnipresent eye watches their every move, and Geralt is soon dragged into a conflict between the hunters and a mysterious clan known to kill humans.

Created in close collaboration with CD Projekt Red! Collects issues #1–#4 of the Dark Horse Comics series The Witcher: Wild Animals, written by Bartosz Sztybor (The Witcher: The Ballad of Two Wolves, Cyberpunk 2077: Edgerunners) with stunning art by Nataliia Rerekina (Moonchosen) and colors by Patricio Delpeche (Strange Skies Over East Berlin).

Creators

Bartosz Sztybor was born in the summer of 1984 in Warsaw, Poland. He is a writer of both comic books and movie scripts, a scriptwriter of TV shows and documentaries, and an author of children's books. He has written dozens of comic books and graphic novels in Poland, including the series for teens Niezła draka, Drapak! with art by Tomasz Kaczkowski; the award-winning autobiographical graphic novel Come Back to Me Again, with art by Wojciech Stefaniec, and a few works without words illustrated by Piotr Nowacki (Tainted, It's Not About That and Options). His short comics and strips have been published in almost every comic book magazine and most major newspapers in Poland. He has won many awards for his comics and his movies at various festivals all around the world (including best writer awards in Brazil, Spain and Poland). His movies have been shown, and his books published, in many other countries. He debuted in the United States in 2010 with a few short comics published in the comics publication Zombie Terror, and in 2016, he published his first story in France, Unlucky, with art by Ivan Shavrin (published in Doggybags vol. 10).