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Image Comics/Top Cow 09.09.10 | What is The Alkonost?

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Jackie Estacado faces an insane Russian mobster obsessed with the occult in The Darkness #86, plus the Artifacts lead-in series heats up in Broken Trinity: Pandora's Box #3.

 

The Darkness #86
(W) Phil Hester        (A) Sheldon Mitchell      (Cov) Rafael Albuquerque

Alkonost, Part 2 of 2!
In the hunt for The Sovereign Jackie and crew strike a deal with an insane Russian mobster and collector of the occult, but his supernatural enforcer wants to add a Darkness wielder to the collection. What is The Alkonost and how does it control even The Darkness itself?

Top Cow Pit artist Sheldon Mitchell (Pilot Season: Stealth) joins regular writer Phil Hester (Gen13, The Anchor) for a sinister two-part story. Featuring a cover by Rafael Albuquerque (American Vampire)!

Full Color        32 pages        $2.99      ongoing series

 

 

 

 

 

 

Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box #3 (of 6)
(W) Rob Levin & Bryan Edward Hill   (A) Alessandro Vitti & Facundo Percio  (Cov) Tommy Lee Edwards

The ARTIFACTS lead-in heats up!
Elias and the Disciples of Eden are drawing closer and closer to Pandora’s Box, one of the 13 Artifacts, threatening to remake the world in their mad vision. Meanwhile Finn and Glori, the bearers of the Glacier and Ember Stones, race around the globe to beat the Disciples and each other to the same goal.

From newcomers Rob Levin (The Darkness: Shadows & Flame) and Bryan Edward Hill (Broken Trinity: Aftermath), and artist Alessandro Vitti (Secret Warriors). Featuring covers by Tommy Lee Edwards (1985, Turf)!

Full Color        32 pages        $3.99      limited series

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