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[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

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[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

Black Bolt begins to find his bearings in the remote prison to which he has been mysteriously banished. And an unlikely alliance with Crusher Creel, a.k.a. the Absorbing Man, could provide the Silent King with some answers about his captor’s motives and identity. But not every prisoner is ready to trust the hero-turned-inmate. There are those who would see him fall…and they are more than happy to push.

Black Bolt #2
Written by Saladin Ahmed
Art by Christian Ward
Variant Covers by: Declan Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire; Ryan Stegman & Jesus Aburtov
Release Date: June 7, 2017

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[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

[EXCLUSIVE] Marvel Preview: Black Bolt #2

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