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Image Comics Preview: The Wicked And The Divine #35

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, April 03 2018 and posted in Previews

Image Comics Preview: The Wicked And The Divine #35

The history behind the Godly regenerations have exposed a very dark secret.

Source: Image Comics Previews

In the last issue Gillen delivered a pretty impressive plot that took us nearly 6,000 years into the past to the extremely bloody origin of the God killing cycle. Surprisingly it began as a casual conversation between very powerful characters.

For the readers convenience Gillen provides a handy story synopsis and breakdown of the characters and their roles on page 1.


The Image Comics solicit says:

"Mothering Invention," Part Two. Once More We Return to the Once More We Return.


Written by: Kieron Gillen
Art by: Jamie McKelvie
Colors by: Matt Wilson
Covers by: Jamie McKelvie, Yoshi Yoshitani (Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)
On sale: April 4, 2018


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