Written by Joanne Starer, illustrated by Khary Randolph, and lettered by AndWorld Design, Sirens of the City #6 hits comic shops at the end of this month. The issue features a main cover by Randolph, as well as variant covers by Vanesa R. Del Rey, Mike Del Mundo, and Chris Brunner with Rico Renzi. At this time, BOOM! has also shared five fully-lettered preview pages.
Check out the first-look preview for Sirens of the City #6 below:
An official synopsis for Sirens of the City #6 reads as follows: “After everything she’s been through, Layla and her friends finally face off against the Rat King, but will her mother, the fearsome Lilith, help or hinder her in her fight to stay in control of her own body? Layla is in terrible danger, but also wields a terrible power, one that with the right catalyst … could have cataclysmic results.”
What is Sirens of the City about?
Set in New York City during the 1980s, Starer and Randolph’s Sirens of the City centers on Layla — a teenage runaway who is pregnant with a supernatural child. While trying to survive in the concrete jungle, Layla finds herself targeted by various supernatural entities — including the Rat King.
Sirens of the City initially launched in July 2023. After issue #6 releases, a trade paperback collecting the entire series will arrive this coming May. More specifically, it will hit comic shops on Wednesday, May 8 before making its way to bookstores on Tuesday, May 14.
Sirens of the City #6 goes on sale Wednesday, January 31 from BOOM! Studios.
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