Written by IvCNuB4
on Friday, January 10 2014 and posted in Previews
Fialkov, Garcia and Bit present a new 4 issue mini-series spinning out of the pages of CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT
Source: Dark Horse previews
Dark Horse's solicit says:
After an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Captain Midnight, a drunken Skyman accidentally kills an innocent man! Needing a new face for their initiative ASAP, the Skyman Program turns to US Air Force Sgt. Eric Reid: a wounded veteran on the ropes, looking for a new lease on life.
“So honored to be a part of a line of comics that seek to bring back the classic feel of superheroes but in a thoroughly modern way. Plus, working alongside my buddies Josh Williamson and Fred Van Lente is a true treat”, states Fialkov, referring to the writers of Captain Midnight and Brain Boy, two superhero series that are closely entwined with Skyman.
Writer: Joshua Hale Fialkov
Penciller: Manuel Garcia
Regular & Variant Covers by: Freddie Williams II and Dan Scott
On sale: January 15, 2014
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