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Silver Surfer Black #1 gets a launch trailer
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Silver Surfer Black #1 gets a launch trailer

Silver Surfer Rides into Deadly Waters in the SILVER SURFER: BLACK Launch Trailer!

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New York, NY– June, 12, 2019 — The Silver Surfer soars into his own limited series spiraling out of the pages of Guardians of the Galaxy! Get the inside scoop on this title from writer Donny Cates, artist Tradd Moore, and Editor Darren Shan in this all-new video!

“By putting Norrin in a place where he’s never been, he’s gonna come up against something in this book that is not only going to challenge him, but perhaps break him,” said Cates.

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After being sucked into a black hole created by Thanos’ followers, the Sentinel of the Spaceways finds himself in an unfamiliar region of space. With his whereabouts unknown and his powers fading away, the Silver Surfer will need to risk everything to survive – even his very soul! And just when things look most dire, what unexpected ally will come to his aid?

“This is unlike any Silver Surfer comic you’ve ever read before,” teases Shan.

Be sure to pick up Silver Surfer: Black #1, on sale now in comic shops, on the Marvel Comics App, and on Marvel.com! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook.

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