Less than a week ago, Red Rising author Pierce Brown and the Sons of Ares graphic novel script writer Rik Hoskin discussed plans for an audio production of the prequel series. Now it’s available for pre-order, with a November release date for Volume 1.
Brace yourselves, Howlers, there’s more Sons of Ares on the way!
As we wait for updates on the status of Red Rising Book 6, author Pierce Brown and Red Rising: Sons of Ares script writer Rik Hoskin offered up a few updates on the status of the graphic novels. Not only did Pierce Brown confirm that Sons of Ares Volume 3 is coming, but Rik Hoskin also mentioned working on the script for a Sons of Ares audiobook.
If you’ve been eagerly anticipating the next installment in Pierce Brown’s Sons of Ares comic series, you’re in luck, boyo. The hardcover book for Red Rising: Sons Of Ares Vol. 2 is available for pre-order, with a release date set for November 19, 2019 (see update).
We’ll preface this with a major spoiler warning. I’m about to discuss character deaths from the four published Red Rising books and the Sons of Ares comics! If you’re not caught up on the series, please read no further. And if you stumbled upon this article wonder what Red Rising is, you can read a spoiler-free breakdown here.
With 2019 upon us, Red Rising fans have plenty to look forward to in the new year. But before we look ahead, I wanted to take one last look back on the last year, as 2018 was a pretty good year for Howlers. Read More
What’s going on with Red Rising Book 6? Will the Red Rising TV show ever happen? In an effort to keep all the updates straight, here’s a helpful guide for what’s ahead for Pierce Brown’s series. I’ll keep it updated as new information comes in…
Among the rumblings out of Comic-Con earlier this month was a mention from Pierce Brown that we would be seeing a followup to the Sons of Ares comic series. Read More
Let me guess, someone with great taste in books told you to check out the Red Rising series. It’s fine, really, it’s to be expected. It’s a great series. But hearing something is great isn’t always enough to get you to commit to a new series. I get it. Read More