Ninja-K #11 Preview is Perfect Jumping-on Point for Jumping-on Point of Ninja-K #11

Posted by August 16, 2018 Comment

Have you been waiting to jump on to Ninja-K #11, the upcoming issue of the hit series which Valiant Entertainment calls “a brand-new jumping-on point for the publisher’s explosive super-spy series,” but feel like you just don’t know where the jumping-on point is for Ninja-K #11? Well, friend, your problem is solved, as Valiant has released a five-page preview that serves as the perfect introduction to later buying the full comic and receiving an introduction to the series as a whole. Baby steps is the motto when trying to jump on to a comic book series, that’s what we always say.

NINJA-K #11
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE
Art by ROBERTO DE LA TORRE
Colors by JOSÉ VILLARRUBIA
Letters by DAVID LANPHEAR
Cover A by KANO (JUL182270)
Cover B by LEO COLAPIETRO (JUL182271)
Ninja Programme Variant by ROBERTO DE LA TORRE (JUL182272)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On Sale SEPTEMBER 12th (FOC – 8/20/18)

Incendiary artist Roberto de la Torre (THE DEATH-DEFYING DOCTOR MIRAGE) joins acclaimed writer Christos Gage (Netflix’s Daredevil) on an immortal manhunt in part one of “FALLOUT,” as Colin King faces off against the unmatched strength of his former teammate: the Eternal Warrior!

The Coalition may have been defeated…but the mission’s not over yet! Now, Ninjak must use all the super-spy skills at his disposal to save Gilad from the clutches of his friend’s erstwhile nemesis, the Dying One. But stopping an immortal genius – especially one armed with the full might of the Eternal Warrior – is a fight that not even MI6’s best and brightest secret agent can prepare for!

On September 12th, fist meets steel for a no-holds-barred knockout in NINJA-K #11– featuring covers by Kano (QUANTUM AND WOODY!), Leo Colapietro (Van Helsing Vs. Frankenstein), and Roberto de la Torre (Captain America)!

(Last Updated August 16, 2018 2:37 pm )

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