Compliments of Universal Home Video, here’s a first glimpse of art from the upcoming direct-to-video anime release The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury.
The film bridges the gap between 2000’s sci-fi sleeper hit, Pitch Black, and its big-screen sequel, The Chronicles of Riddick, which is slated for release on June 11. Dark Fury will hit shelves June 15.
The animated and live-action films continue the adventures of Riddick, a character played by Vin Diesel, who will lend his voice to the animated project. His video game production company, Trigon Studios, is in development with Vivendi Universal Games on The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, an interactive title that serves as a prequel to all the other projects and explores the origins of the character.