Written by IvCNuB4
on Saturday, January 05 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Archie Comics announces a May launch for New Crusaders: 'Dark Tomorrow' 6-issue limited series
Source: Comics Continuum
Picking up directly from the 2012 "Rise of the Heroes" arc, "Dark Tomorrow" will follow the team of young legacy heroes as they struggle with the shocking death of their teammate, living as super hero celebrities, and returning to high school !
With Shield away, can the New Crusaders pull themselves together and battle a new threat to Impact City ?
"New Crusaders: Dark Tomorrow is a fantastic first issue," said Red Circle Comics President Mike Pellerito. "Not only is it filled with suspense, mystery and intrigue, but it's not a dream or an imaginary tale. Dark Tomorrow is a tale only the radical Red Circle would attempt! Plus, it's still only $2.99! But in all seriousness, we couldn't be more excited for this story to kick off and take our readers on a new journey with these characters we've all grown to love with a passion."
Written by: Ian Flynn
Art by: Alitha Martinez, Rick Bryant, John Workman, Steve Downer
Cover by: Phil Jimenez and Steve Downer
50/50 Variant cover: Phil Jimenez and Steve Downer
Open-order Variant cover: Ben Bates
On Sale: May 2013
Ben Bates Open-Order variant cover
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