T3H Metroid Galaxy: T3H New Edition, originally named T3H Metroid Galaxy 3, is the second volume of the comic.
Although a secret scene at the end of T3H Metroid Galaxy 2 confirmed the existence of T3H New Edition, it was originally named T3H Metroid Galaxy 3 and was given a release date of Summer 2006. In July 2006 this date was pushed to September. In early September, an exact release date of September 12, 2006 was given, as well as the name change to T3H Metroid Galaxy: T3H New Edition. For the reasons behind the name change, see below.
T3H Metroid Galaxy: T3H New Edition is a comic series similar to the first installment. The number of issues in the series has been confirmed to be 100. It has been confirmed that T3H New Edition will be exactly the same as its predecessor, and is only differently named to set it apart from the original, as well as setting it apart from T3H Metroid Galaxy 2, which was a "movie" and not an actual issue.
The secret scene at the end of T3H Metroid Galaxy 2 seems to confirm the reappearence of the Future Writer, who enlists Mother Brain, Ridley, and King Dracog to help him with something, presumably killing Samus. However, it has recently been revealed that this "help" was actually a trick by the Future Writer to promote himself to God-status. The first season (the sixth total) was Lost-themed. The seventh season was devoted to Metroid Prime Hunters. The eighth, ninth, and tenth seasons all had an interconnected plot culminating in the series finale. Another entire season was going to be devoted to Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, however, complications have arisen regarding this-see Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Adaptation. This later became the eleventh season.