Having already announced a sequel to their current Blade Runner 2019 comic book series set a decade after, Titan Comics have given us a first look at black and white interior art pages by Andres Guinaldo. Featuring Blade Runner Ash from the original series, it’ll be interesting to see what’s happened in the past ten years. Although, returning writer Mike Johnson does give us a bit of a head’s up:
“Ten years after the events of the first Blade Runner movie and our initial story arc in Blade Runner 2019, Los Angeles has become an idyllic utopia free from crime and despair, full of happy people who – – sorry, what I meant to say is that in Blade Runner 2029 everything is worse. New villains, new victims, new noir. But Ash is still on the case.”
So not too much has changed. Or has it?