Written by ThanosCopter
on Wednesday, June 05 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
The angel will appear in The Phantom Stranger.
Source: DC's The Source
Bob Harras has released yet another "What's New in the New 52" column, this time revealing that Zauriel, the Grant Morrison stand-in for Hawkman, will appear in Trinity of Sin: Phantom Stranger #1. Here's his description of the character:
In TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #9, which hit stores today, readers saw The Stranger traveling to Hell on a quest to save the souls of his wife and kids. In next month’s issue #10, his search for his family will take him to Heaven. Queue Zauriel.
Acting as a guide of sorts to help The Stranger locate his family, Zauriel has actually been connected to The Stranger for centuries … but why? And when The Stranger butts up against the strict rules of Heaven, there’ll be severe consequences – and it’ll be up to Zauriel to make sure he pays. Can Zauriel keep The Stranger in check long enough to avoid big conflict? You’ll have to wait to find out, but in the meantime, check out Mikel Janin’s awesome character design below.
Bonus points if you spot the typo.
Anyways, the design doesn't look terrible and I'll admit that, Nightmare Nurse aside, Phantom Strangerhasn't been awful.
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