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EXCLUSIVE Marvel Preview: King in Black #3

In ‘King in Black’ #3, KNULL, God of the Abyss, ensnares the planet in the darkness of his reign!

After last issue’s shocking finale, the heroes of the Marvel Universe are reeling. Outgunned and outmanned, but never outdone, they unite and face KNULL, God of the Abyss, as he ensnares the planet in the darkness of his reign! Superstars DONNY CATES and RYAN STEGMAN continue to raise the game — and the stakes for the Marvel Universe in this Earth-shattering epic!

King in Black #3

Written by Donny Cates
Art by Ryan Stegman
Inks by JP Mayer
Colors by Frank Martin
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Ryan Stegman
Release Date: January 20, 2021

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