Written by IvCNuB4
on Wednesday, October 10 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
Starting next year, the medieval series will have a new writer: Robert Venditti (X-O MANOWAR; THE SURROGATES).
Source: DC Blog
A press release at the DC Blog announced today that starting next January Robert Venditti takes over as Writer for Demon Knights starting with issue #16, joining artist Bernard Change for an arc that picks up 30 years after the events of "Demon Knights" #15. The Demon Knights are less than happy to see each other. What has happened during this time? Who lives? Who’s dead? Who’s going to stop the massive vampire invasion that threatens all life?
Venditti, is best known for his work on Valiant's "X-O Manowar" relaunch and his creator-owned comic "The Surrogates".
“For the next few issues, readers will find the team—if such a disparate band of misfits can be called a “team”—battling an enemy that reaches far back into the history of the DC Universe. And it’s going to be a battle from which everyone will emerge changed in profound ways.”
Demon Knights #16 will be available in stores on January 16, 2013.
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