Corvus Glaive Battles Self Esteem Issues in Next Week's Black Order #1

Corvus Glaive Battles Self Esteem Issues in Next Week’s Black Order #1

Posted by November 9, 2018 Comment

Everyone feels a little bit down in the dumps sometimes. Even Deadpool was dealing with it last week. The latest Marvel character to get the blues appears to be fearsome intergalactic killer Corvus Glaive, who spends the opening pages of next week’s Black Order #1 ruminating on his own eventual demise, and whether or not he’ll die alone or with the one he loves, Proxima Midnight. It causes him to ask the question:

But Corvus isn’t done yet. It seems he’s worried that Proxima doesn’t appreciate his sense of humor, either.

Well, that settles that then. Back to the killing!

The Black Order #1 hits stores next Wednesday.

The Black Order #1 (of 5)
(W) Derek Landy (A/CA) Philip Tan
They are the five dreadlords, the Cull Obsidian, Thanos’ most feared warriors and disciples… Ruthless villains to a one, the Black Order has been dispatched by the Grandmaster to destabilize a burgeoning empire, and along the way they come to realize that as big and as bad as they are, there is always someone bigger and badder… The bombastic writing style of novelist Derek Landy (Skulduggery Pleasant) and the electrifying artwork of Philip Tan combine for an absolutely unhinged super-villain adventure!
Rated T+
In Shops: Nov 14, 2018
SRP: $3.99

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(Last Updated November 9, 2018 11:43 am )

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