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PREVIEW: Andy Diggle and Stephen Segovia Relaunch Shadowman This Week

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Arriving on Wednesday (3/28) at a comic shop near you, it’s the return of Shadowman from Andy Diggle and Stephen Segovia.  Literally, Shadowman returns to the mortal plane in this new #1 and as you can see in the preview below, he wasn’t alone when he returned.

SHADOWMAN (2018) #1
Written by ANDY DIGGLE
Art by STEPHEN SEGOVIA
Cover A by TONCI ZONJIC (JAN182001)
Cover B by RENATO GUEDES (JAN182002)
Interlocking Variant by JUAN JOSÉ RYP (JAN182003)
Shadowman Icon Variant by TRAVEL FOREMAN (JAN182003)
Brushed Metal Glow-in-the-Dark Variant by TONCI ZONJIC (JAN182005)
Pre-Order Edition By RAÚL ALLÉN (JAN182006​)

DON’T FEAR YOUR DEMONS… FIGHT THEM!

Orphaned as a child and raised on the margins of society, Jack Boniface never knew his place in the world. Until he discovered it waiting for him… in a darkness far older than the reign of men…

Unbeknownst to him, Jack was fated to become the next in a long lineage of Shadowmen – mortals bound to violent voodoo spirits of immense power – that could safeguard our world against incursions from realms beyond.

For years, he struggled to control the loa’s murderous urges – a battle he eventually lost.

But now, after years of self-imposed exile, the man once known as Shadowman is returning home to sharpen the weapon within…and unleash a reckoning on the evils of our world that will soon send shockwaves through heaven and hell alike…

In the epic tradition of X-O MANOWAR and BLOODSHOT REBORN, Shadowman storms to the forefront of the Valiant Universe – more powerful, more terrifying, and more relentless than ever before – in an adrenaline-fueled ongoing series from superstar writer Andy Diggle (Green Arrow: Year One, The Losers) and high-octane artist Stephen Segovia (Action Comics)!

$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On Sale MARCH 28th

 

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  1. Never got into Shadowman… but with ex-Hellblazer scribe Diggle doing it… and the potential to do something interesting with race as a black protagonist… and impressive art/ptoduction… hmmn

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