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Marvel Preview: Sabretooth #1

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Marvel Preview: Sabretooth #1

Award-winning novelist Victor LaValle teams up with amazing artist Leonard Kirk to bring us the story of what lies beneath Krakoa.

DOWN IN A HOLE! Sabretooth went into the Pit, sentenced to an eternity of torment. Sure, that sounds like hell, but maybe that’s where he feels most at home. What’s he been doing down there? What secret deal has changed his fate forever? And what if he’s not alone? Award-winning novelist Victor LaValle teams up with amazing artist Leonard Kirk to bring us the story of what lies beneath Krakoa.

Written by: Victor LaValle
Art by: Leonard Kirk
Cover by: Ryan Stegman
Page Count: 33 Pages
Release Date: February 2, 2022

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Marvel Preview: Sabretooth #1

Marvel Preview: Sabretooth #1

Marvel Preview: Sabretooth #1

Marvel Preview: Sabretooth #1

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