Dark Horse Comics will adapt the short stories of The Witcher creator Andrzej Sapkowski into a series of graphic novels, the company announced at WitcherCon.  Sapkowski introduced The Witcher in a group of short stories, which he followed with six novels.

The first The Witcher graphic novel based on a Sapkowski short story, A Grain of Truth, will feature script adaptation by Jacek Rembis and Travis Currit, with art by Jonas Scharf and cover by Kai Carpenter.  In the story, the Witcher Geralt ends up in a derelict mansion inhabited by a beast with the faculties of a man who was consigned to that fate for his misdeeds.  The lessons of the beast’s situation may provide a grain of truth that could help Geralt elude his fate and lead him to salvation.

Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher: A Grain of Truth will street April 27, 2022 in comic stores and May 10, 2022 in the book channel.

The Witcher is on a tear.  Although the books were incredibly popular, selling over 15 million copies worldwide, the CD Projekt Red video games took the property to a new level, selling over 50 million games tied to the property.  Now Netflix is about to drop the second season of the TV series, and has The Witcher: Blood Origin, a prequel series, in production (see "’The Witcher’ S2 Trailer").