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Lake Como Comic Art Festival Reveals the Next Wave of 2024 Guests and Announces Tickets On Sale Now

Lake Como Comic Art Festival

The Lake Como Comic Art Festival has announced the next wave of 2024 guests which includes Lucio Parillo, Jim Cheung, Terry Dodson, Carla Cohen, E.M. Gist, and Julian Tedesco and debut three Mattiniero Ticket Packages—Mattiniero is Italian for “earlybird” and all packages feature special earlybird pricing. Tickets are available now at lccaf.com.

The Lake Como Comic Art Festival is offering a 2 Day Pass, an All-Access Pass, and for those looking for something extra special there is a VIP Experience level that includes a piece of original art by either legendary artist Alex Ross or Bill Sienkiewicz. The exclusive sketch will be randomly selected and will only be available for pickup in person at the show. These sketches are provided courtesy of Sal Abbinanti, art dealer for Alex Ross and Bill Sienkiewicz and a sponsor of the Lake Como Comic Art Festival. This level also includes entry to the highly coveted opening reception overlooking the magnificent lake and gardens.

The Lake Como Comic Art Festival runs Friday May 17th through Sunday, May 19th and takes place at the historic Villa Erba in Cernobbio, Lake Como Italy. Tickets for the 2024 Festival are available for purchase now with Mattiniero pricing available for a limited time.

The 2-Day Pass

  • 2-Day Ticket: May 18-19, 2024
  • 2024 Lake Como Fine Art Portfolio
  • 2024 Festival Swag Bag
  • Automatic Entry to All Giveaways

The All-Access Pass

  • Opening Night Ticket: May 17, 2024
  • Everything in the 2-Day Festival Pass
  • Entry to All Workshops & Panels
  • Early Access to Show Exclusives

The VIP Experience

  • 1 Signed Original Art Sketch
  • Everything in the All-Access Pass
  • Opening Night VIP Ticket: May 17, 2024
  • 2-Day VIP Ticket: May 18-19, 2024
  • Only 75 VIP Tickets Available

Previously announced guests include first time attendees Jordi Bernet, Bill Morrison, David Petersen, Glenn Fabry, David Finch, Philip Tan, John Romita Jr., and Charles Vess and returning guests Frank Cho, Juanjo Guarnido, Tula Lotay and Bill Sienkiewicz.

Preview: Red Sonja #1

Red Sonja #1

writer: Torunn Grønbekk
artist: Walter Geovani
covers: Shannon Maer (A), Jim Cheung (B), Alan Quah (C), Bryan Hitch (D), Cosplay / Joanie Brosas (E), Mr Garcin Collage (F), Jenny Frison (G), Kevin Eastman (H), Mike Mignola (I), Blank Authentix (J)
FC | 32 pages | Sword & Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+

Following directly from the pages of Red Sonja #0, the She-Devil finds herself on the run, framed for murder, and with an unseen force tugging at the back of her mind. Join Sonja as she races to unravel the mystery of “His Master’s Voice!” Written By Torunn Grønbekk and featuring art by Red Sonja superstar Walter Geovani (with colors by Omi Remalante, Jr.), this brand-new series dives deep into Sonja’s world, exploring the darkness of Hyboria like never before. And all this is wrapped up in an amazing series of covers: Shannon Maer, Jimmy Cheung, Alan Quah, Bryan Hitch, Joanie Brosas (Cosplay), Jenny Frison, and MANY more —including the Dynamite Debut of Bjorn Barends!

Red Sonja #1

Get a look at Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici’s Void Rivals #1

Skybound has unveiled a new look and the impressive slate of variant covers for Void Rivals #1, the debut issue of the hotly anticipated new comic book series from the iconic Oblivion Song team of Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici, along with colorist Matheus Lopes and letterer Rus Wooton.  

The upcoming series will introduce an all-new shared universe with a surprise that readers will have to wait to uncover until the debut issue arrives in comic book shops on June 14, 2023. 

In Void Rivals, war rages around the Sacred Ring, where the last remnants of two worlds have collapsed around a black hole in a never-ending war. However, when pilot Darak and his rival Solila both crash on a desolate planet, these two enemies must find a way to escape together. But are they alone on this strange planet? And what dark forces await that threaten the entire universe?   

Void Rivals #1 (Diamond Codes listed below | $3.99) will feature a main cover by De Felici, along with an impressive lineup of variant covers by some of the top artists in the industry today that will reveal more about these new characters and their worlds.  

The issue will be available at comic book shops and digital platforms including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play on Wednesday, June 14. 

The full list of covers is below: 

  • Void Rivals #1 Cover A by Lorenzo De Felici (APR230038)  
  • Void Rivals #1 Cover B by Ethan Young (MAR238214) 
  • Void Rivals #1 Cover C (1:10 Copy Incentive) by Matteo Scalera (MAR238215) 
  • Void Rivals #1 Cover D (1:25 Copy Incentive) by Karen S. Darboe (MAR238216) 
  • Void Rivals #1 Cover E (1:50 Copy Incentive) by Jim Cheung & Jay David Ramos (MAR238217) 
  • Void Rivals #1 Cover F (Blank Sketch Cover) (MAR238218) 
  • Void Rivals #1 Cover G (1:100 Copy Incentive) by Daniel Warren Johnson (MAR238219). Note: This is a Spoiler Variant, and Skybound will not reveal the cover art until the release of Void Rivals #1 on June 14, 2023. 

Preview: The Joker Uncovered #1

The Joker Uncovered #1

(W) Dave Wielgosz (A) Jorge Corona, Frank Quitely, Gabrielle Dell’Otto, Simone Bianchi, James Stokoe, Lee Bermejo, Alan Quah, Ben Oliver, Kelley Jones, Michelle Madsen, Simone Di Meo, Francesco Mattina, Mark Brooks, J. Scott Campbell, Sabine Rich, Jonboy Meyers, Sean Phillips, Jim Cheung, Romulo Fajardo Jr., Kim Jacinto, Belen Ortega, Alejandro Sanchez, Ryan Brown, Brian Stelfreeze, Jorge Molina, Francesco Francavilla, James Harren, Dustin Nguyen, Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey, Christian Ward, Neal Adams, Darryl Banks, Alex Sinclair,Glenn Fabry, Darren Stephens, Brian Bolland
(L) Darran Robinson
In Shops: Jun 06, 2023
SRP: $5.99

Lowlifes, creeps, and scoundrels, it’s your Uncle Joker here. You know art can come from many places. And most great art is about truly despicable people, like me. In that spirit, you should buy The Joker: Uncovered to see a murderer’s row of the world’s greatest comic book artists commit my beautiful image to dozens of wonderful variant covers, all collected in one place for the very first time. Expand your mind a little bit, and take in some good art.

The Joker Uncovered #1

Robert Kirkman and Lorenze De Felici announce a stacked variant cover lineup for Void Rivals #1

Skybound has revealed the variant cover offering for Void Rivals #1, the debut issue of the new comic book series from the iconic Oblivion Song team of Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici, along with colorist Matheus Lopes and letterer Rus Wooton.

Void Rivals promises to introduce the world to an all-new shared universe with a surprise that won’t be revealed until the first issue arrives in comic book shops on June 14, 2023. 

Void Rivals #1 will feature a main cover by De Felici, along with an impressive lineup of variant covers by some of the top artists in the industry today that will reveal more about these new characters and their worlds, including 

  • Ethan Young (The Dragon Path) will draw the cover for the rotating cover B variant slot 
  • The series will feature three incentive variants: 
  • A 1:10 copy incentive for cover C, with issue 1 by Matteo Scalera (Batman) 
  • A 1:25 copy incentive for cover D, with issue #1 art by Karen S. Darboe (Bloodline: Daughter of Blade
  • A 1:50 copy incentive for cover E, with issue #1 art by Jim Cheung (Young Avengers) and colors by Jay David Ramos (Avengers
  • Cover F will feature a blank sketch cover 

In Void Rivals, war rages around the Sacred Ring, where the last remnants of two worlds have collapsed around a black hole in a never-ending war. However, when pilot Darak and his rival Solila both crash on a desolate planet, these two enemies must find a way to escape together. But are they alone on this strange planet? And what dark forces await that threaten the entire universe?   

Void Rivals #1 will be available at comic book shops and digital platforms including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play on Wednesday, June 14.  

Horror comes to a Galaxy Far, Far Away in Star Wars: Dark Droids

The future of Star Wars comics was revealed at Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023! Current Star Wars storytellers Charles Soule, Ethan Sacks, Alyssa Wong, Cavan Scott, and Marc Guggenheim joined Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski and Senior Lucasfilm Creative Executive Matt Martin to reveal the upcoming sagas gracing the pages of Marvel’s hit Star Wars comics including “Dark Droids,” an ambitious new event launching this summer!

Following recent events like “War of the Bounty Hunters” and “Crimson Reign,” Star Wars: Dark Droids will be spearheaded by Charles Soule who will write the main limited series alongside artist Luke Ross. Launching in August with Star Wars: Dark Droids #1, the event will also spin off into new series and tie into the four ongoing series that are currently bridging the gap between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi films: Star WarsStar Wars: Darth VaderStar Wars: Doctor Aphraand Star Wars: Bounty Hunters. “Dark Droids” will be a rare horror-fueled Star Wars epic set that erupts when a new threat is unleashed throughout the galaxy, corrupting droids, cyborgs, and everything in-between!

Who or what is the Scourge — and why is no droid safe? As a corruption spreads from one droid to the next, the Rebel Alliance and the Empire both face chaos! What role does Ajax Sigma from last year’s Star Wars: Revelations one-shot play in all of this? And whose side is he on?

Here’s what you can expect in DARK DROIDS tie-in issues this August:



Something has gone horribly wrong with Lobot, putting the Rebellion at terrible risk! Lando Calrissian will do anything to save his friend, even if it means betraying the Rebels. Will the SCOURGE OF THE DROIDS destroy any chance to cure Lobot, or will he be lost forever?

Star Wars: Darth Vader #37


Killer Droids have taken over Darth Vader’s flagship Super Star Destroyer, the Executor!But even with the powerful Kyberite shield, the Dark Lord of the Sith cannot fully control the Force!Will the lessons of Jedi Masters Qui-Gon and Obi-Warn save him from the SCOURGE — or make him a tool for its galactic conquest?

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #35

The Milestone 75th Issue of Doctor Aphra!

Something is rotten in the House of Tagge! Sent by Domina Tagge to investigate a series of strange droid malfunctions, Doctor Aphra faces a deadly enemy from the past—a horde of Clone War-Era Prototype Battle Droids designed by Domina herself! Is this sabotage? Betrayal? Or something far, far worse?

Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #37

The Haunting Secret Mission of Jango Fett!

The Bounty Hunters must contend with the looming shadow of the sins of Boba Fett’s father! What is the secret that lurks on the mysterious droid outpost, The Haven? Who is Tarr Kligson and what is his connection to Jango Fett?

It’s a Star Wars epic like you’ve never seen before by some of the greatest creators in Star Wars comics history! Check out the covers as well as interior artwork and stay tuned for more news about “Dark Droids” in the months ahead! 

Dynamite celebrates 50 years of Red Sonja with a new series

Red Sonja is roaring into a brand new ongoing series for the hallmark celebration of 50 fantastic years across comics, film, and beyond! The first issue will be on sale this July 19, coinciding with San Diego Comic Con.

Writer Torunn Grønbekk is bringing her trademark flair for powerful women and weapon-wielding heroes to the Hyrkanian heroine for an exciting new era. Initially working closely alongside Eisner-winning writer Jason Aaron on his iconic Thor and recent Punisher stories, Torunn has continued to excite fans as one of the most thrilling rising writers in comics. As fans head toward a hotly anticipated blockbuster film, this 50th anniversary series sets out to both celebrate the storied legacy of the character and launch a new era for the next 50 years and beyond!

Grønbekk is joined on the series by fan-favorite illustrator Walter Geovani. His contributions to the franchise go back to 2007, nearly to the beginning of Dynamite’s publishing of Sonja. Through collaborations and stories like Gail Simone’s lauded run, The Price of Blood, the Prophecy event, and crossovers with other legendary figures like Tarzan, Geovani has staked his claim as a definitive modern artist for the character. This combination of Grønbekk and Geovani, alongside colorist Omi Remalante Jr. and letterer Simon Bowland, will be the perfect creative team both for readers who have never checked out Red Sonja and for those who’ve been fans for decades!

The kickoff of the series finds Red Sonja on the run, framed for a heinous crime she did not commit and with an unseen force tugging at the back of her mind. Fans can expect mirth, violent delights, and hair-raising action. Yet even as Sonja deals with the terrors of war and mysterious magic, true danger will be threatening from the most unexpected sources. Big surprises await readers, as the creative team pays tribute to the golden anniversary legend, while challenging her and the audience’s expectations along the journey.

Beyond the gorgeous interior pages by Geovani and the team, the series will feature an ongoing onslaught of breathtaking variant covers from some of the true hall of famers in the industry as well as today’s brightest rising stars! For this initial announcement, Dynamite is revealing the jaw-dropping main cover by Shannon Maer, a piece by Jim Cheung, as well as industry icon Mike Mignola‘s masterpiece.

Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Cheung, Matthew Loux, Louise and Walter Simonson, and Thom Zahler are coming to Baltimore Comic Con

The 2023 Baltimore Comic-Con will be held at the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Convention Center on September 8-10. The Baltimore Comic-Con has announced Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Cheung, Matthew Loux, Louise and Walter Simonson, and Thom Zahler as comics guests at the 2023 event. Buy tickets online now.

Brian Michael Bendis is a Peabody award winning comics creator, and an Amazon and New York Times bestseller most known for co-creating Miles Morales, Jessica Jones, Riri Williams, Maria Hill, Naomi, and dozens of other characters and stories that populate the Marvel, DC, and all new original universes.

The JINXWORLD line of creator-owned comics can be found at the legendary Dark Horse Comics. These titles include the new sci-fi epic Joy Operations (with co-creator Stephen Byrne), the hit action comedy The Ones (with co creator Jacob Edgar), the Yakuza romance Pearl (with Jessica Jones co-creator Michael Gaydos), the comic book industry spy thriller Cover (with David Mack), and the alternate history mob story Murder Inc. (with Powers co-creator Mike Avon Oeming).

Phenomena, the first in a new YA graphic novel series by Brian and artist Andre Lima Araujo is out from Abrams ComicArts.

Brian is Executive Producer and consultant for the Academy Aaward-winning hit Sony feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and its coming sequels. Miles Morales was co-created by Brian and Sara Pichelli.

Brian won a Peabody Award for his work as the co-creator of Jessica Jones on Disney Plus. Riri Williams made her debut in Wakanda Forever and will star later this year in her own show on Disney Plus.

The announcement of Brian’s multi-faceted move to DC Entertainment after a near twenty year run at Marvel made international headlines and trended worldwide. Brian made his DC debut in the landmark Action Comics 1000 and curated Wonder Comics, featuring the return of Young JusticeDial H for HeroWonder Twins, and the breakout original new character… NaomiNaomi was adapted by Ava DuVernay and Array into a show on the CW.

Brian’s best selling Substack newsletter is currently rolling out an all new text book, Creation, a sort of sequel to the Amazon number one Words for Pictures, an intricate look at the creation of comic books and graphic novels. Substack is also home to Brian’s Masterclass and the brand new autobiography, Fortune and Glory: The Musical.

Over the years at Marvel Entertainment, Brian completed historic runs on Spider-Man (18 years), Avengers (9 years), Iron Man, and Guardians of the Galaxy, plus a 100-issue run on the X-Men franchise, along with the wildly successful “event” projects Avengers Versus X-MenHouse of MSecret WarSecret InvasionAge of UltronCivil War 2, and Siege.

Brian was one of the premiere architects of Marvel’s Ultimate line of comics.

Previously, Brian was part of the Marvel creative committee which helped set the foundation of the MCU. He consulted for all of the Marvel movies from the first Iron Man all the way through to Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2.

Brian received an Honorary Doctorate in the Arts from the Cleveland Institute of Art and a Certificate of Excellence from the Central Intelligence Agency for his work on diversity issues. Brian has won five Eisner Awards, including “Best Writer of the Year” two years in a row, and was honored with the prestigious Inkpot Award for comic art excellence. Brian is the recipient of the Cleveland Press “Excellence in Journalism” Award.

He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Alisa, his daughters Olivia, Tabatha, Sabrina, his son London, and his dogs Splenda and Bowie.

Brian’s TED talk, MIT lecture, and appearances on Late Night with Seth Meyers are available for viewing at Jinxworld.com.

Jim Cheung originally hails from the sunny land of Great Britain, and landed his first professional penciling job at Marvel UK in the mid 90s. From there, he went on to establish himself on titles such as Iron Man and X-Force for Marvel US, and in 2000, he moved to the US to co-create and launch Scion for Crossgen Comics. After Scion, he worked exclusively for Marvel Comics for over 15 years, creating titles such as Infinity, which spawned the Avengers: Infinity War movie, and the award-winning Young Avengers!

Jim is currently working on various covers for Marvel and DC.

Past credits include Justice League for DC Comics, and numerous titles for Marvel Comics, including Spider-Man: The Clone ConspiracyAvengers vs. X-MenNew AvengersIlluminati, and Original Sin. Further credits include work for The New York Times, ESPN, Mattel, Blizzard Entertainment, The Royal Mail, Amazon, Skybound Entertainment, Todd McFarlane Productions, IDW, The Village Voice, Dorling Kindersley (DK Books), The Daily Mirror, Dynamite Comics, The Folio Society, and Upper Deck.

Follow his work on InstagramFacebook, or Tumblr!

Mike Hawthorne has provided the artwork for various comics, including a record setting run on Deadpool as well as DaredevilSpider-ManHulkSuperman, and more. His work has been nominated for Harvey and Eisner Awards. Outside of comics, Mike has done storyboard and conceptual art for Epic Games, Marvel, Fox, Illumination, and Universal. Archaia/BOOM! Studios recently published his autobio-comic Happiness Will Follow.

Matthew Loux is the author and artist of the graphic novels Prunella and the Cursed Skull RingThe Time Museum series, Sidescrollers, and the Salt Water Taffy series. His books have been included on the YALSA Great Graphic Novels for Teens list and the Texas Library Association’s Maverick list, garnered a Panda Book Award, and been nominated for the RI Children’s Book Award. He also illustrated F-Stop and the board comic Good Night Gabbaland based on the Nick Jr. television show Yo Gabba Gabba.

Find him on social media @mattloux and at his website https://www.mattloux.com/

Louise Simonson has, like her husband Walter, contributed significantly to the comic book industry. “Weezie”, as she is known, began her comics career as an editor at Warren Publishing before leaving for Marvel to edit titles including X-MenNew Mutants, and Star Wars. Departing the editorial role in favor of writing, Weezie has contributed to storylines in Marvel’s Marvel Team-UpWeb of Spider-Man, and Red Sonja, and was responsible for the introduction of Apocalypse in X-Factor as well as the launch of Power Pack. At DC Comics, she worked on Superman: The Man of Steel and The Adventures of Superman.

Louise and Walter Simonson

Walter Simonson has made vast contributions to comics publishing, as a writer, an artist, and even in founding publishing imprints. He was recognized in 2012 at the Harvey Awards in Special Award for Excellence in Production/Presentation and Best Domestic Reprint Project for Walt Simonson’s The Mighty Thor, Artist’s Edition from IDW, and in 2013 for Alien: The Illustrated Story from Titan Books for Best Graphic Album of Previously Published Work. He also received the Hero Initiative Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010 at the Harvey Awards. Walt’s career began in the 1970s at DC Comics, where he worked on titles such as Weird War TalesManhunterMetal MenOrionWonder WomanHawkgirlVigilante, and Hercules Unbound. Over at Marvel Comics, Simonson has had numerous noteworthy runs, including The Rampaging Hulk magazine, X-FactorFantastic Four, and Thor, on which he was responsible for the introduction of Beta Ray Bill and Thor as a frog.

Thom Zahler is a comic book creator and animation writer. He created the Line Webtoons hit series Cupid’s Arrows and Warning Label as well as the Harvey-nominated Love and Capes (recently with new volumes “The Family Way” and the Ringo-nominated “In the Time of Covid”), Long Distance, and the time-traveling wine comic Time and Vine. He also writes and draws for IDW’s successful My Little Pony series, and has written for Disney Tsum Tsum KingdomStar Trek Waypoint, and more. He has written for Disney XD’s Ultimate Spider-Man and Knights of the Zodiac.

Thom Zahler

This year’s confirmed guests for the show include: Sarah Andersen (Sarah’s Scribbles), Marty Baumann (Pixar artist), Brian Michael Bendis (Action Comics), Jon Bogdanove (The Death of Superman), Judy Bogdanove (Steel Annual), Mark Buckingham (Fables), Jim Calafiore (NED, Lord of the Pit), Richard Case (Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror), Howard Chaykin (Time Squared), Jim Cheung (Young Avengers), Frank Cho (Harley Quinn), Amy Chu (KISS: The End), Steve Conley (The Middle Age), Abby Denson (Uniquely Japan), Todd Dezago (The Perhapanauts), Jan Duursema (Star Wars: The High Republic), Garth Ennis (The Boys), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (DC Nation), Mike Grell (Jon Sable), Gene Ha (Mae), Tony Harris (The Whistling Skull), Mike Hawthorne (Deadpool), Greg Hildebrandt (Star Wars), Jeff Lemire (Black Hammer), Matthew Loux (Prunella and the Cursed Skull Ring), Kevin Maguire (Justice League), Tom Mandrake (Spectre), Laura Martin (Nubia: Queen of the Amazons), Ron Marz (Green Lantern), Adriana Melo (Action Comics), Pop Mhan (Gears of War 3), Al Milgrom (Spectacular Spider-Man), Ed Piskor (Red Room: Trigger Warnings), Joe Prado (Superman), Craig Rousseau (The Perhapanauts), Steve Rude (Nexus), Jim Rugg (Hulk Grand Design), Andy Runton (Owly), Louise Simonson (The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special), Walter Simonson (Thor), John K. Snyder III (Suicide Squad), Joe Staton (Dick Tracy), John Workman (Wild Things), and Thom Zahler (Love and Capes).

DC announces Batman: The Brave and the Bold

We’re fans of anthology series, so we’re excited for the upcoming Batman: The Brave and the Bold, a new series debuting May 16th. A “classic” title, the series has been a launch pad for some of the most well known teams and character like The Suicide Squad, Justice League of America, Metamorpho, The Element Man, Teen Titans and more. It has also featured some amazing team-up stories featuring Batman.

Returning in May, the new Batman: The Brave and the Bold features more tales of the Dark Knight as well as stories featuring other superheroes from around the DC Universe. The first issue features four thrilling tales, including the writing debut of one of DC’s top artists.

Tom King and Mitch Gerads reunite for a horrifying four-part retelling of the first bloody clash between The Joker and the Batman. A tale of loathing, lies, and laughter, this may be the most frightening Joker story in a generation.

Artist Dan Mora makes his writing debut kicking off a new series of Batman Black & White short stories. In a Gotham City overrun by the cybernetic henchmen of The Joker, the only person who can save us is the mysterious motorcycle-riding, bat-costumed hero of urban legend…

The Justice League may be gone, but its enemies aren’t. Who’ll protect the world from the worst of the worst? Ed Brisson and Jeff Spokes pick up the story started in the Wildstorm 30th Anniversary Special as Director Bones and his new covert StormWatch team travel the globe on black-ops missions to take super-powered weapons of mass destruction off the board. But this is StormWatch, and as always, not all is as it seems. “Down with the Kings” starts here!

In “The Order of the Black Lamp—Part I,” from writer Christopher Cantwell and artist Javier Rodríguez, Superman finds a decoder ring with a secret message—“Save Me”—which sends him on a quest to solve a mystery with ties to the Man of Steel’s past.

This 64-page blockbuster debut issue arrives in comic book stores and on participating digital platforms on Tuesday, May 16. Issue #1 features a main cover by Simone Di Meo, with open to buy variant covers by Jim Cheung and Frank Cho, with a 1 in 25 ratio variant cover by Bryan Hitch, and a 1 in 50 ratio variant cover by Nathan Szerdy.

Preview: Shang-Chi: Master of the Ten Rings #1

Shang-Chi: Master of the Ten Rings #1

(W) Gene Luen Yang (A) Michael Yg (CA) Jim Cheung
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 04, 2023
SRP: $4.99

Shang-Chi is lost in time and the only one who can help him is…his father?! What will Shang-Chi do when he meets the younger version of his evil parent? Will he be able to change the course of history? Or will Shang-Chi be shocked to discover he didn’t know his father as well as he thought? Find out as Gene Luen Yang’s Shang-Chi saga comes to its shocking conclusion!

Shang-Chi: Master of the Ten Rings #1
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