Titan's bizarre and hilarious High on Life comic previews its series finale with a set of wild new covers

Art from High on Life #4
(Image credit: Titan Comics)

Squanch Games' madcap shooter High on Life has spawned a very fun - and equally bizarre - spin-off comic from Titan, which launched its first issue last week. Now, thanks to the special future science known as "comics solicitations" we can bring you an exclusive sneak peak at the final issue of the four-issue series, which publishes in September this year.

High On Life is written by Alec Robbins - who actually wrote and recorded voices for the original game - with art by Kit Wallis, and colors by JP Jordan. The comic is a mix of outrageous humor, sci-fi action and talking weapons known as Gatlians. Wallis's exuberant art style and Robbins' snarky, sweary script captures the tone of the game to a tee. 

You can check out Kit Wallis's main cover for High on Life #4 in the gallery below, followed by two variants from Tim Odland and Dan Luvisi.

There's been no word so far on if High on Life will return for another series, but there's plenty of room still to explore in the game's mythology. For now, though, here's Titan's official solicitations text for the series' finale.

HIGH ON LIFE #4 (of 4)

(W) Alec Robbins

(A) Kit Wallis, JP Jordan 

FC • 32pp • $3.99


SMITHON WESSON has the BOUNTY HUNTER cornered. But, in the reflection of their big pink helmet, he can't help but reminisce about how he started on the path of revenge. In the final showdown, allies become enemies and former lovers can hurt you the most...

High on Life #4 is published by Titan Comics on September 11.

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Will Salmon
Comics Editor

Will Salmon is the Comics Editor for GamesRadar/Newsarama. He has been writing about comics, film, TV, and music for more than 15 years, which is quite a long time if you stop and think about it. At Future he has previously launched scary movie magazine Horrorville, relaunched Comic Heroes, and has written for every issue of SFX magazine for over a decade. He sometimes feels very old, like Guy Pearce in Prometheus. His music writing has appeared in The Quietus, MOJO, Electronic Sound, Clash, and loads of other places and he runs the micro-label Modern Aviation, which puts out experimental music on cassette tape.