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EXCLUSIVE Marvel First Look: King in Black #1 variant
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EXCLUSIVE Marvel First Look: King in Black #1 variant

Feast your eyes on Peach Momoko’s ‘King in Black’ #1 variant cover.

Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we have a first look at a beautiful Peach Momoko variant cover to King in Black #1. Available in comic book shops December 2nd, the cover features Knull looking all evil and smug.

Check it out below.

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King in Black Peach Momoko variant art

You can read an early preview of King in Black #1 here.

DARKNESS REIGNS! After a campaign across the galaxy, Knull’s death march arrives to Earth and, worse yet, he hasn’t come alone! With an army of hundreds of thousands of symbiote dragons at his command, the King in Black is a force unlike any Earth’s heroes have ever faced. EDDIE BROCK, A.K.A. VENOM has seen firsthand the chaos that even one of Knull’s symbiotic monsters can wreak – will he survive an encounter with the God of the Abyss himself? From Donny Cates, Ryan Stegman, J.P. Mayer, Frank Martin and Clayton Cowles comes the definitive chapter in their two-year-long VENOM saga that changed everything you thought you knew about symbiotes!

King in Black #1

Written by Donny Cates
Art by Ryan Stegman
Cover by Ryan Stegman
Variant Cover by Peach Momoko

Preorder King in Black #1 today.

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