Throughout the day, Image Comics has released the seven covers for December’s “East of West” #16 at various online outlets — and CBR has the final piece of that puzzle, as well as the combined look at the full interlocking image by series artists Nick Dragotta and Frank Martin. The issue starts “The Apocalypse: Year Two,” the latest story arc in the creator-owned series from Dragotta and Jonathan Hickman.
Here’s the last cover to be revealed, which represents the Armistice territory:
And here’s the look at the full image, with all seven covers side by side:
“We are extremely excited with how ‘East of West: Year Two’ is shaping up,” Hickman said in a statement. “Sometime when Nick and I were talking about where the story was going and all the unbelievable stuff we have planned, Nick latched onto the idea of doing a big piece that kind of reflected on what we’d already done and tease some of the things coming up. And, good lord, has he produced something jaw-dropping.”
In addition to the covers, Image has also provided CBR with two pages of interior art from the issue, scheduled for release on Dec. 31:
Keep reading CBR for more on “East of West.” Solicitation information for the issue follows below.
EAST OF WEST #16
STORY: JONATHAN HICKMAN
ART: NICK DRAGOTTA
DECEMBER 31 / 40 PAGES / FC / T+ / $3.50
“THE APOCALYPSE: YEAR TWO” begins in the over-sized EAST OF WEST #16!
Following the dramatic conclusion of YEAR ONE, the Great Beast now roams the fractured United States of America.
Deep into an all-consuming war between the splintered nations, the Four Horsemen move to further their individual agendas while resisting the inevitability of The Message.