Dive deeper into the world of Cyberpunk 2077! Nadia, an assistant EMT for a privately-owned business known as Trauma Team International, is the sole survivor of a failed rescue mission turned shootout. After she agrees to continue work for an upcoming extraction mission, Nadia discovers that her new extraction subject is Apex--the man who's responsible for Nadia's former team members' deaths. A hundred floors high in a skyscraper filled with members of Apex's rival gang, Nadia and her team must complete the extraction. Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, Uncanny X-Men) and Christopher Mooneyham (Predator, Nightwing) introduce an all-original series based on CD Projekt Red's brand-new game Cyberpunk 2077! Collects Cyberpunk 2077 #1-4.

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Cyberpunk 2077: Your Voice


Aleksandra Motyka and Marcin Blacha, writers on the Cyberpunk 2077 video game, and artist Danijel Zezelj (Scalped, Days of Hate, Northlanders, Starve) take you on a fast-paced twisted ride through the darkest corners of Night City. A lonely maintenance worker gets tangled in an anti-corporation operation. During a routine shift, Todd, an employee at Night City Area Rapid Transit, encounters an altercation between a mysterious woman and the Maelstrom gang. As the woman attempts to escape, she hands him a chip. To find her and uncover the data, he sets off on a wild journey through the city's seedy mekka and dangerous wastelands where he meets a sly new client, crazy cyberpunks, and the infamous Johnny Silverhand. He'll finally discover what true love is and why it'll never be possible, not in a place like Night City.

Cyberpunk 2077: Where's Johnny


Written by Bartosz Sztybor (Witcher: Fading Memories, Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Sirens), art by Giannis Milonogiannis (Prophet, Ronin Island, Old City Blues, G.I. Joe), and colors by Roman Titov (Angel) comes a sci-fi pulp noir based on the hit video game Cyberpunk 2077! A hardboiled journalist bent on taking down the corrupt corporations of Night City finally gets his chance to do it. Drunk, cynical, and stubborn journalist Thompson is working hard to wake up the populace--keeping their eyes and ears closed to the filth and corruption of corporate-run Night City is a choice and he's going to blow their self-prescribed diversions to pieces. Somebody nuked the headquarters of a major corporation. Rumor has it, it was the infamous Johnny Silverhands. The streets are buzzing that he's dead and his body remains at the bottom of the nuked tower. His job: find the body. But is he dead or is it just hearsay? The streets of Night City talk and a corporate downfall is just the beginning.

Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams


Two scavengers veer paths in their pursuit of happiness through the streets of Night City. Tasha and Mirek make a living for themselves stealing cyberware and indulging in parties and braindances. Tasha is rowdy and wild--she seeks to up her street cred to become the most famous gangster in the city. Mirek, on the other hand, is a calm introvert--he longs for something more--meaning, belonging, warmth. He soon finds hope in an unexpected braindance. As he and Tasha chase their dreams, their paths begin to deviate. Where will they find the happiness they've been searching for? Does it even exist to be found? One thing they can both agree on, in a place like Night City--you run, you fight, you change, or you die. Written by Bartosz Sztybor (CD PROJEKT RED writer and narrative manager, Witcher: Fading Memories) with art by Filipe Andrade (Old Man Logan, Rocket Raccoon & Groot) and Alessio Fioriniello (Paris Fashion Slam) comes a tale about the demanding life of Night City--where lives are lost, dreams are shattered, and hope is found in what remains.

Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout


It hurts. Night City hurts. The suffering runs deep and the deeper one falls, the longer the self-prescribed dreams play. Fortune, hope, love--all made possible by DMS technology. But not everyone desires a happy ending. A braindance repairman soon discovers the answer to pain . . . comes in a blackout. Collects the four-issue miniseries.

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