Dark Ages

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April 2015

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“It demands to be read and I’ll be damned if I’m not going to push it on everyone I know.” – Bloody Disgusting

New York Times best-selling novelist, graphic novelist, and all-around character, Dan Abnett (Horus Rising, Guardians of the Galaxy, The New Deadwardians) turns his skewed vision to the year 1333.

The known world is locked in a holy war. As a godless mercenary company slogs across Europe in search of sustenance and coin, they encounter a demonic force born not of hell, but from beyond the stars! As evil comes forth from the skies above, the heathen warband seeks refuge and redemption in a fortified monastery. But inside lies a dark secret that could ensure their salvation – or seal their fate!

• Collects
Dark Ages #1–#4.

• From the creators of Vertigo’s
The New Deadwardians!

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“The Middle Ages of Europe were hard on the average man, but when you throw aliens into the mix, things will get downright gruesome … [Abnett and Culbard take] a meatier, action-oriented approach to history by twisting a team of mercenaries from the early Middle Ages with alien monsters they can only perceive as demons from Hell. The resulting story is a mix of classical horror imagery and existential soul-searching with a heavy dose of swordplay thrown in.”

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“From the creators of The New Deadwardians, which we loved so much we made it a Page 45 Comic Book Of The Month, comes another historical mash-up, this time medieval in nature: aliens versus chain-mailed, human predators. I have my money on the aliens every time.”

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“Culbard’s dynamic action staging makes for thrilling scenes of human-on-alien violence, but he’s equally skilled with building tension during the moments when people aren’t getting ripped to shreds, creating an uneasy atmosphere that lingers until the very last page.”