Graphic Novel Prequel ‘Pacific Rim: Blackout’ Is Now On Sale


Some of you are fans of Pacific Rim: The Black animated series on Netflix? Well, Legendary Comics is here for you all in the form of a graphic novel that tells the story before the events of the anime. Presumably telling the story of how Australia turned into a strange hybrid of Godzilla and madmax.

Pacific Rim: Power Outage ~ Details

Wait, aren’t these Jaegers supposed to have 2 pilots? Where’s the other pilot?

Legendary Comics is proud to announce its new graphic novel: Pacific Rim: Blackout. It is a companion graphic novel to the Netflix anime Pacific Rim: The Black. The graphic novel will serve as a prequel to the events of the anime. It features Cavan Scott (Star Wars: The High Republic, Shadow Service) as writer and Nelson Dániel (Detective Pikachu, TMNT, Clue) as artist. As for the plot? Well, Legendary Comics has a teaser for us today below:

“The PPDC Ranger returns as a world-weary lacquer pilot drawn into battle as an influx of kaiju threatens to destroy the Australian continent and all its inhabitants. Along with his niece Olivia, his co-pilot Cooper and Marshal Rask, Herc face an all-new kaiju of epic proportions while battling his own inner demons.

Pacific Rim: Power Outage put up for sale on February 22, 2022. You can purchase this graphic novel from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound, or your local comic book store. The retail price for all is $19.99, so it’s not such an expensive buy. If you’re a fan of the Netflix anime or the 2013 original movie, this might be something for you.

All pouches

Legendary Comics also offers a selection of covers for Pacific Rim: Power Outage all of you to browse. This is in addition to the main coverage above. Check out the others below:

Glimpses Galore

Legendary Comics isn’t done with teasers just yet. They even have preview pages for Pacific Rim: Power Outage it is up to us to travel just as well. Check them out below:

Source: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound

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