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THE PUNISHER LEADS THE CHARGE TO SHUT DOWN THE BLACK BIFROST!

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Deep in the swamps of Svartalfheim stands the Black Bifrost, Malekith’s corrupted Rainbow Bridge and the only reliable means of travel between the realms with the true Bifrost in pieces. If the gods are going to stop Malekith’s invasion, the Black Bridge must fall. With her son missing and husband injured, Lady Freyja must take up the challenge herself. But she won’t go alone. Hulk (Jen Walters), the Punisher, Blade and Ghost Rider follow the All-Mother of Asgard straight into Malekith’s home territory!

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Writer
Bryan Edward Hill
Cover Illustrator
Leinil Francis Yu
Release Date: May 1, 2019

THE PUNISHER LEADS THE CHARGE TO SHUT DOWN THE BLACK BIFROST! THE PUNISHER LEADS THE CHARGE TO SHUT DOWN THE BLACK BIFROST! THE PUNISHER LEADS THE CHARGE TO SHUT DOWN THE BLACK BIFROST! THE PUNISHER LEADS THE CHARGE TO SHUT DOWN THE BLACK BIFROST! THE PUNISHER LEADS THE CHARGE TO SHUT DOWN THE BLACK BIFROST!

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