Kamandi Skips The Con, But Still Has A Weird Time In San Diego In ‘The Kamandi Challenge’ #3 [Exclusive]
So far, DC's Kamandi Challenge --- a bizarre experiment in Exquisite Corpse storytelling about the Last Boy on Earth and his journey across Jack Kirby's map of a post-apocalyptic earth --- has been a hoot. The mix of high-concept action and the genuine uncertainty of having no idea where this story is going is something that you don't often get in comics, and as much as I thought it was a weird idea, it's always the first thing I read on the Wednesdays where it hits shelves.
But sadly, the third issue has dashed my hopes for Kamandi's trip to a post-apocalyptic San Diego Comic-Con. Instead, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, and Paul Mounts are going in a bit of a different direction. Check out a preview below!
THE KAMANDI CHALLENGE #3
Written by JIMMY PALMIOTTI
Art by AMANDA CONNER
Cover by BEN CALDWELL
Variant cover by AMANDA CONNER
After the stunning cliffhanger of the last issue, the red-hot team of writer Jimmy Palmiotti and artist Amanda Conner takes the wheel and steers us toward a wild new adventure. Now, Kamandi is embraced by the God Watchers as a holy messenger! Can he keep up this charade long enough to survive? Or will the truth lead to the end of the last boy on earth?
On sale MARCH 29 • 32 pg, FC, 3 of 12, $3.99 US • RATED T