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Marvel publishing ‘Demon Days: X-Men’ bonus story in ‘King in Black’ #4

Get an exclusive first look at the world of Peach Momoko’s Demon Days: X-Men!

Press Release

Marvel has revealed fans who pick up King in Black #4 will get an early look at Peach Momoko’s Demon Days: X-Men #1. The six-page bonus story is written and drawn by Momoko from her upcoming five-part series which was announced in December.

“A dream come true. Not only did Marvel offer me to do interiors, but to do everything myself and tell a Marvel story like no other. A ‘Momoko-verse’ was born,” Momoko told Marvel.com. “Because I love Yokai stories, horror, Japanese folktales, classic samurai tales… I wanted to tackle as much as possible using these concepts with Marvel characters and make something Marvel fans can still appreciate but also bring it in a fresh direction.”

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The choice to add this bonus story makes sense especially since King in Black #4 sports the X-Men on the cover. For a taster, check out the teaser for Momoko’s bonus story below.

Peach Momoko Demon Days King in Black

For more on this project, read the official Marvel press release below.

New York, NY— January 6, 2021 — Today, Marvel is delighted to announce that fans can get their first look at Marvel Stormbreaker Peach Momoko’s all-new DEMON DAYS saga in a six-page bonus story in February’s KING IN BLACK #4! Announced last month, Momoko will be making her highly-anticipated Marvel Comics writing and interior art debut this March with DEMON DAYS: X-MEN #1, the first in a five-part prestige series.

The elite artist, known for her bestselling variant covers, will introduce readers to her mesmerizing vision of the Marvel Universe. This exciting new tale will feature the first appearances of Momoko’s reimagined takes on X-Men characters such as Psylocke, Emma Frost, and Juggernaut.

“A dream come true. Not only did Marvel offer me to do interiors, but to do everything myself and tell a Marvel story like no other. A ‘Momoko-verse’ was born,” Momoko told Marvel.com. “Because I love Yokai stories, horror, Japanese folktales, classic samurai tales… I wanted to tackle as much as possible using these concepts with Marvel characters and make something Marvel fans can still appreciate but also bring it in a fresh direction.”

Pick up KING IN BLACK #4 next month for this exclusive introduction to Momoko’s mysterious world of demons, monsters, mutants, and magic, and don’t miss book ONE of FIVE of the DEMON DAYS saga when it launches in March! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

KING IN BLACK #4 (DEC200495)

Written by DONNY CATES

Art and Cover by RYAN STEGMAN
Special Bonus Story by PEACH MOMOKO

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