Bolt Thrower, Pantera, and Yngwie Malmsteen Albums Homaged in Latest Murder Falcon Variants

Bolt Thrower, Pantera, and Yngwie Malmsteen Albums Homaged in Latest Murder Falcon Variants

Posted by November 15, 2018 Comment

Are you ready to rock?! I said are you readddyyy???

*crowd cheers*

Good, because Skybound Entertainment is about to kick you in the @#$%ing face with some more metal variants for Daniel Warren Johnson’s Murder Falcon. In these 3 new covers for Murder Falcon #3-5 from Tyrell Cannon and Jean-Francois Beaulieu, Ryan Ottley and Cliff Rathburn, and Lorenzo de Felici respectively, the artists pay tribute to 3 more classic metal albums. The press release explains:

Cannon & Beaulieu’s artwork will pay homage to Bolt Thrower’s War Master album cover, Ottley and Rathburn’s to Pantera’s Vulgar Display of Power album cover, and de Felici’s to Yngwie Malmsteen’s Trilogy album cover.

Each issue of the head-banging action series, MURDER FALCON, features a “Heavy Metal” variant that pays tribute to a different classic heavy metal album cover. A variety of brutally talented artists will contribute to this variant cover line.

MURDER FALCON #3 Cover B by Tyrell Cannon & Jean-Francois Beaulieu (Diamond Code SEP188094) will hit stores on Wednesday, December 12th. The final order cutoff deadline for comic shop retailers is Monday, November 19th.

MURDER FALCON #4 Cover B by Ryan Ottley & Cliff Rathburn (Diamond Code SEP188095) will hit stores on Wednesday, January 9th. The final order cutoff deadline for comic shop retailers is Monday, December 10th.

MURDER FALCON #5 Cover B by Lorenzo De Felici (Diamond Code DEC180265) will hit stores on Wednesday, February 13th.

So throw on your denim vest, tie your mullet in a ponytail, and head down to your local comic shop to pick up these bitchin’ covers on the release dates above.

(Last Updated November 15, 2018 6:18 pm )

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