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DC Preview: Hawkman #22

Sky Tyrant comes home to roost-whether he likes it or not!

Sky Tyrant comes home to roost-whether he likes it or not! Hawkwoman, Adam Strange, and the Atom have trapped Sky Tyrant and desperately work to find a cure for their beloved friend Carter Hall’s Dark Multiverse infection. But they’re running out of time as Sky Tyrant, who controls Carter Hall’s body, makes a play for the ancient and powerful artifact that could lead to the deaths of untold billions…and ensure his immortality for good!

Written by: Robert Venditti
Pencils: Fernando Pasarin
Inks: Oclair Albert, Wade von Grawbadger
Colored by: Jeromy Cox
Cover by: Mikel Janin
Page Count: 22 Pages
Release Date: March 11 2020
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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DC Preview: Hawkman #22

DC Preview: Hawkman #22

DC Preview: Hawkman #22

DC Preview: Hawkman #22

DC Preview: Hawkman #22

DC Preview: Hawkman #22

DC Preview: Hawkman #22

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