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Introducing Glenn Beck’s least favorite comic book hero, Blackest Terror!

Official Press Release

IF GLENN BECK HATES THE NEW SPIDER-MAN, HE’S REALLY GOING TO LOATHE THE BLACKEST TERROR
A new, racially charged reinterpretation of the 1940’s superhero “The Black Terror” debuts in Previews (the comic industry’s advance ordering catalog) the same day as Marvel Comics’ announcement that the new Spider-Man is Hispanic/African American–to the dismay of frustrated racists everywhere.

From the Diamond Preview Catalog’s solicitation copy:

“Moonstone Modern Myths: BLACKEST TERROR #1 (C: 0-1-0)

(W) Eric M Esquivel (A) Ander Sarabia Order Code: AUG111128
The Blackest Terror is a pioneer in what sociologists have dubbed
“the super hero subculture,” a collection of racial and social minorities who feel underserved by
the mainstream legal system and have decided to take matters into their own costumed hands.
How will the world react to these benevolent outlaws? Will they become celebrated symbols of humankind’s capacity for good or hated catalysts of a bloody revolution?”

Blackest Terror is the first in a series of five self-contained one-shots from Moonstone Books written by Eric M. Esquivel & drawn by Ander Sarabia which reinterpret “Golden Age”, public domain characters for the modern era.

Blackest Terror arrives in comic book stores nationwide October 26th, 2011, but retailers are taking pre-orders for the book NOW.

The other titles in the series are:

– “Thor: Unkillable Thunder Christ” (the adventure of a pagan pugilist)

– “Super American: The Red, White and Blue Knight” (a multiracial extraterrestrial from America’s distant future)

– “Moon Girl: Princess With a Punch” (A kung fu feminist from another world)

– “Modern Myths: In The Company of Immortals” (In which our heroes trade blows & ideological critiques with their Golden Age counterparts)

The Blackest Terror