A famous actor, a musician, a film producer, and now, a comic book writer? Yes, Keanu Reeves has teamed up with Matt Kindt, New York Times graphic novelist, to bring “BRZRKR” to life. “BRZRKR” (read as “Berzerker”) is a 12-issue series that will release its first issue on October 7.

Illustrated by Alessandro Vitti, BRZRKR tells the tale of Berzerker (resembling Reeves himself) who has been living for hundreds of years. He currently works for the US government in exchange for the truth about his timeless existence. All 12 issues of the comic book series will be distributed by Boom! Studios.

Interested? You may want to read the official summary first: “After wandering the world for centuries, Berzerker may have finally found a refuge — working for the U.S. government to fight the battles too violent and too dangerous for anyone else.” Reeves and Kindt reveal that the series involves action and violence, so it may not be suitable for everyone.

55-year-old Reeves mentions that he started getting fascinated with comic books when he was around 10 years old, although he harbored no interest in writing or drawing one not until this year. But he did dream of playing Wolverine as a kid, so what about BRZRKR? “I’d love to play Berzerker!” is Reeves’ answer.