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Marvel to launch 'Carnage: Black, White & Blood' #1 in March
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Marvel to launch ‘Carnage: Black, White & Blood’ #1 in March

The new Carnage anthology series will run 4 issues and kick off in March.

CBR had the scoop that Marvel Comics is publishing a new Carnage anthology in only black, red, and white. Actually, the red in the title is blood. The new series follows in the footsteps of Wolverine: Black, White, & Blood which also uses the same color palette and utilizes a character who typically gets drenched in blood.

The first issue will feature art by Ken Lashley and Sara Pichelli and stories by Benjamin Percy, Tini Howard, and Donny Cates. Now that’s a lineup!

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Carnage: Black, White & Blood

CARNAGE: BLACK, WHITE & BLOOD #1 (OF 4)

Writers: DONNY CATES, BENJAMIN PERCY, TINI HOWARD (W)
Artists: SARA PICHELLI, KEN LASHLEY
Cover Artist: SARA PICHELLI
CARNAGE RULES!
Witness the cerebral chaos caused by CARNAGE, brought to life by some of the greatest creators at Marvel!
But beware, True Believers, true to their titular character’s namesake, these spine-chilling tales are not for the faint of heart and presented in BLACK, WHITE AND BLOOD!

Make sure to check out the CBR story which features a few words from Percy and Lashley.

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