Valiant Remembers Forgotten Queen With First Issue Preview

Valiant Remembers Forgotten Queen With First Issue Preview

Posted by December 6, 2018 Comment

After discovering that they had accidentally left The Forgotten Queen in their other pants, Valiant Entertainment revealed a preview of the new series’ first issue by Tini Howard and Amilcar Pinna. The new series is just the start of what Valiant has in store for next year, with a series of teasers kicking off in the last week that Valiant will tell us about as soon as they can get them declassified.

Check out the preview of The Forgotten Queen #1 below.

Valiant is proud to reveal a stunning first look at the lettered and colored pages from THE FORGOTTEN QUEEN #1, the debut issue centered on the powerful immortal with the uncanny ability to cause conflict and violence wherever she goes!
Long ago, the mighty generals of the Mongol Empire rode from Siberia to Carpathia and conquered all who stood in their way. Legends tell of a witch who walked with them, who could infect the hearts of any warriors in her midst with an unquenchable thirst for battle and bloodshed…a War-Monger. And now she is walking again!

On February 27th, 2019, superstar-in-the-making Tini Howard (Captain America Annual #1, Assasinistas) and powerhouse artist Amilcar Pinna (Generation X) unleash hell in a brand-new saga of honor, love, and savagery that’s centuries in the making, featuring covers by Kano [QUANTUM AND WOODY! (2017)], Viktor Kalvachev (BATMAN BEYOND), and Veronica Fish (Blackwood)!

THE FORGOTTEN QUEEN #1 (of 4)
Written by TINI HOWARD
Art by AMILCAR PINNA
Cover A by KANO (DEC182126)
Cover B by VIKTOR KALVACHEV (DEC182127)
Cover C by VERONICA FISH (DEC182128)
Blank Cover Also Available (DEC182129)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+
On Sale FEBRUARY 27th (Initial Order Date – 12/29/18, Final Order Cutoff – 2/4/19)

(Last Updated December 6, 2018 6:46 pm )

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