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EXCLUSIVE Dark Horse August Solicits: ‘American Gods’ and ‘No One Left to Fight’

Get a sneak peek at two Dark Horse Comics titles out this August.

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A battle between new and old gods, a Dragon Ball inspired story in a fully realized original world…these are just two stories Dark Horse Comics is publishing this August. Get a taste of both via the exclusive solicits and covers below!

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Get a sneak peek at two Dark Horse Comics titles out this August.

American Gods: The Moment of the Storm #5

  • Neil Gaiman (W), P. Craig Russell (W/A), Scott Hampton (C), Jennifer T. Lange (C), Glenn Fabry (Cover)
  • David Mack (Variant Cover)

Get a sneak peek at two Dark Horse Comics titles out this August.

  • On sale Aug 21
  • FC, 32 pages
  • $3.99
  • Ongoing

As the final battle between new and old gods is about to begin, Mr. World makes his move, and Shadow comes to a shocking realization about his own role in the upcoming bloodbath!

Get a sneak peek at two Dark Horse Comics titles out this August.

No One Left To Fight #2 (of 5) 

  • Aubrey Sitterson (W) and Fico Ossio (A/C)
  • On sale Aug 7
  • FC, 32 pages
  • $3.99
  • Miniseries

The comic you always wanted continues with “The Severe Tutelage of Mistress Harga!” Mastermind creators Aubrey Sitterson (The Comic Book Story of Professional WrestlingG.I. Joe) & Fico Ossio (Spider-ManRevolution) continue to explore their ambitious, fully realized world, carrying on the grand tradition of other Dark Horse creator owned universes like HellboySin City, and Black Hammer.

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