The Witcher: House of Glass
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics|
|Issue Number||1 of 5|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Original Title||The Witcher: House of Glass|
|Comics Issue Name||The Witcher: House of Glass|
|Country of Origin||The United States|
|Publisher Website URL||https://www.darkhorse.com|
Despite his known monster-hunting experience, Geralt faces enemies unlike anything he's faced before. Haunted by chilling horrors and mind-bending puzzles at every turn, our heroic witch must push her strength and wits to the limit. The mansion is more than meets the eye and hides deadly secrets that unfold in a symphony of twists and turns.
The chilling atmosphere is beautifully enhanced by the visually appealing and beautifully detailed illustrations. The intensity of the plot is combined with intense character development. Readers can delve into Geralt's character and witness his stoic courage and indomitable determination in a vast supernatural environment.
A must-read for Witcher fans, The Glass House immerses the reader in a hauntingly beautiful yet unforgiving world that matches the dark fantasy essence of the Witcher universe. More than a Geralt of Rivia story, this comic is an exploration of resilience, cunning, and survival in the face of unfathomable horrors.
The story takes Geralt to the heart of a dense forest. Geralt leads a desperate man through a forest full of ominous ghosts and nameless horrors and arrives at the Glass House. Filled with unique, intriguing and terrifying entities, this house is a place of fear where the line between the living and the dead blurs. Geralt finds himself in a final fight for survival, trapped by the creepy inhabitants, as the real and metaphorical reality of the Glass House slowly unravels.
Remember! The Witcher: House of Glass isn't just a comic book; it is an intense and electrifying experience. For both newbies and seasoned Witcher fans alike, it offers a chance to experience Geralt's adventures outside of the game and the novels in a completely different medium. Immerse yourself in the fascinating tension between the witch and her supernatural enemies, supported by charming graphics and an engaging storyline. This is a testament to the incredible vastness of the Witcher universe. The Glass House resurrects the beloved silver-haired monster hunter in a surprisingly new yet familiar way.