The future is not bright in DARK AGES #2

by Charles LePage

DARKAGES2021001_Cov-199x300 The future is not bright in DARK AGES #2You can now check out the cover of Tom Taylor and Iban Coello’s DARK AGES #2, which will be on sale in October.

The press release follows:

Media Release — The world outside your window…is about to end. Starting in September, New York Times best-selling writer Tom Taylor (X-MEN: RED, ALL-NEW WOLVERINE) and Marvel’s Stormbreaker artist Iban Coello (VENOM, BLACK KNIGHT: CURSE OF THE EBONY BLADE) will present readers with a shocking new vision of the Marvel Universe in DARK AGES. The highly anticipated limited series will introduce a world plunged into darkness after your favorite heroes unite against a new threat – and fail. Fascinating new takes on your favorite heroes and villains await in a saga that asks the question “who were you when the lights went out?”

In October, DARK AGES #2 will pick up years after the incident that ushered in the end the age of technology. Now it’s up to Earth’s heroes to bring humanity together in the darkness. X-Men and Avengers, vigilantes and villains all work together to create something better. But something darker than the night is descending on the world and this postapocalyptic world is about to face Apocalypse.

Check out the cover to DARK AGES #2 below and be there when the lights go out in the Marvel Universe this September. For more information, visit Marvel.com.

On Sale 9/1

DARK AGES #1 (OF 6) – JUL210513
Written by TOM TAYLOR
Art and Cover by IBAN COELLO

DARKAGES2021002_Cov-199x300 The future is not bright in DARK AGES #2On Sale 10/6

DARK AGES #2 (OF 6)
Written by TOM TAYLOR
Art and Cover by IBAN COELLO

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About Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media for over eighty years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing, publishing, games, and digital media.

For more information visit marvel.com.

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