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Marvel teases ‘King in Black’ with a monster Ryan Stegman cover

Darkness Reigns in King in Black this December.

Marvel Comics wants to remind y9ou “Darkness Reigns” this December with King in Black. Written by Donny Cates and drawn by Ryan Stegman, the new event series was announced on July 10th. Today, Marvel Comics has some new art to go with the series by Ryan Stegman.

Check it out below.

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That’s not just one, but many Symbiote dragons. Not looking good, folks! Based on how the title “Darkness Reigns” looks on this cover I might assume this is a tie-in series. Alas, all the info Marvel Comics has given us is below.

DARKNESS REIGNS THIS DECEMBER IN KING IN BLACK!

KING IN BLACK #1

Written by DONNY CATES

Art and Cover by RYAN STEGMAN

Ryan Stegman talked a bit about this surprise project on the AIPT Comics podcast a few weeks ago. What say you comic book fan, are you excited for King in Black?

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