Artemis hunts the gods in ‘Hunt. Kill. Repeat.’ from Mad Cave Studios

Mark London, Francesco Archidiacono + more pit the Goddess of the Hunt against her former family in a new series coming next March.

Hell hath no fury like a goddess scorned, something that Zeus and company will find out first hand in the new Mad Cave Studios series Hunt. Kill. Repeat.

The new title is written by Mark London with art by Francesco Archidiacono and Marc Deering. Lee Loughridge and Rus Wooton round out the team on colors and lettering, while Ryan Kincaid will provide covers.

“From Francesco Archidiacono’s perfectly executed penciling to Lee Loughridge’s vibrant colors, Hunt. Kill. Repeat. came to life exactly the way I had envisioned it in my mind,” London said. “It’s been a wild ride and truly invigorating to work with such talented individuals like the artists mentioned above, but also Marc Deering, Rus Wooton, Ryan Kincaid and Chris Fernandez. I am beyond excited for the fans to get this double-sized first issue in their hands and for everyone to see what we have in store for them with Hunt. Kill. Repeat.

Here’s the full description from Mad Cave:

It’s Kill Bill meets Clash of the Titans in this all-new, action packed series by Mark London (Battlecats, Knights of the Golden Sun). When the Greek gods come to Earth to rule, society is forced to hide all forms of technology that could potentially be considered hypocrisy. However, one god, Artemis, rejects those rules and has now found solace and love in a mortal. When her brethren discover her treachery, she is called to to Olympus to answer for her betrayal. There the gods rob her of her unborn child and strip away her godly powers. Now, ten years later, Artemis is on a quest to revenge to confront her father, Zeus, and discover the truth about what happened to her child.

Hunt. Kill. Repeat. is a wild ride, packed with punches, armored gods, and mythological creatures,” said Archidiacono. “I honestly couldn’t have asked for a better experience from my first work with an American publisher and I hope my pencils convey the fun I had while working on it.”

Here’s a look at some interior pages for the project:

The first issue arrives in March of next year.

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