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DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1DC Comics has released an advance preview of Knight and Squire #1, in stores on 10/13/2010!
From the DCU Blog:


You've heard from Paul Cornell and K&S Editor Janelle Siegel. You've seen a few pages. But why not check out a few more from the first issue of writer Cornell and artist Jimmy Broxton's mini-series, which hits tomorrow? Hop across the Atlantic and visit a city with its own duo of crime-fighters much like Batman and Robin - but not.

And in a secret pub within the city where villains and heroes meet, a magic spell is broken, and the Knight and Squire are forced to keep the peace. Can they do it? We'll see. In the meantime, look over the pages below to tide you over until KNIGHT AND SQUIRE #1 hits today.



DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1

DC Preview: Knight and Squire #1



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