Courtesy of Marvel Comics, here's a preview of Hercules: Fall of An Avenger #2, in stores next week, 04/21/2010!
COVER BY: Ariel Olivetti
WRITER: Greg Pak
Fred Van Lente
PENCILS: Reilly Brown
INKS: Marcus McLaurin
COLORED BY: Frank Robbins
LETTERED BY: Alan Evans|MK - Glenn Fabry
Hercules, the Lion of Olympus has fallen. And now his best friend Amadeus Cho must fight to prevent the takeover of the Olympian pantheon by the most terrifying god on the planet! With Banner, Skaar, Thor, and Namor swept into the conflict, immortals choose champions and the destiny of Marvel's mighty world of mythology plunges towards irrevocable change! The next and most shocking era in the saga of "Incredible Hercules" begins here! Plus, a backup tale of Venus, the enchanting siren from the Agents of Atlas! Rated T …$3.99
IN STORES: April 21, 2010
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