Raised by Wolves aired its final episode in Season 1 back in 2020, and it just aired the Season 2 finale on March 17, 2022. But even two years later, the comic that was released during Season 1 still holds a lot of relevance for understanding the series better. This officially canon comic will help you better understand the background of the Mithraic people and the Necromancers. Here’s how to get the free comic and read it for yourself.
This is a prequel comic and that was just released during Season 1 of Raised by Wolves. It provides some much-needed background information to help you better understand the storyline. The comic delves into what life was like about 25 years before we saw the scenes of the Necromancers waging war on Eath, and before the OG Campion took Mother and reprogrammed her.
The comic is written by Aaron Guzikowski, who is also the creator and showrunner of the TV series. The first issue is free. Inverse reported that there will be more issues to come in the comic series, but we haven’t seen those issues yet.
Here’s how to read the Raised by Wolves comic for yourself:
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Get the Raised by Wolves Comic on Amazon for Kindle
The first comic is free, but there will likely be more in the series. I would suggest getting the comic on Amazon, where you can read it on Kindle or ComiXology. The link on Amazon is here.
At this point it’s really unclear if there will be more issues or not. If there are, they’ll be released by Aaron Guzikowski. His author page on Amazon is here.
Read Directly on ComiXology or Other Sources
I suggest using the Amazon link which works with ComiXology.
Read DC has a link for getting the comic here. However, accessing it this way requires a free trial. I suggest just borrowing the Kindle version via the Amazon link and reading it on your phone or desktop.
The finale of Raised by Wolves — Episode 10 — dropped on HBO Max on Thursday, October 1 at 12:01 a.m. Pacific. The finale for Season 2 – Episode 8 – dropped on HBO Max on March 17, 2022. Sadly, Season 2 had two fewer episodes than Season 1. But it was still phenomenal.
Before the Season 1 finale aired, Deadline shared the exciting news in mid-September 2020 that the show had already been renewed for a second season. In fact, it was renewed just a few weeks after it premiered on September 3. In just one week, the audience for the show grew by 50%. What about a Season 3? Read what we know so far in our story here.
Ridley Scott, executive producer, told Deadline when the show was renewed for a second season: “We were even happier that audiences have responded so enthusiastically. We are already deep into the ‘layers’ of Season 2, as Aaron has begun to shape what we think will be another brilliant season to inspire the imagination.”