Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (OF 5)

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Silver Surfer Black #2 hits your local comic book store on July 17, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has a five-page preview for you to check out!

Silver Surfer Black is written by Donny Cates, with art by Tradd Moore, colors by Dave Stewart, and letters by Clayton Cowles.

The first issue rocked the universe, here’s an excerpt from Colin Tessier’s review:
By using eloquent prose, Cates and Moore make the narration the strongest element of the issue; a number of the lines make the reader stop and dwell for a moment on the passionate words. “I listened and played deaf to the sounds of the dying, pleading and screaming of [these] people,” the Surfer says. “I heard their songs. And I did nothing but shine my light down upon the dying.” Radd’s guilt is devastatingly tangible, and his remorse makes him even more sympathetic.

About SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (of 5):

Marooned across the cosmos! The Surfer will have to risk everything, to beat back the void that threatens to swallow the galaxy whole… including his very soul!

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Check out the four-page preview below.

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (OF 5)

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (OF 5)

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (OF 5)

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (OF 5)

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Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SILVER SURFER BLACK #2 (OF 5)


What do you think of that splash page by Moore? Comment below with your thoughts.

Jack Kirby created the Silver Surfer who first appeared in the comic book Fantastic Four #48, published in 1966.

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As the founder of Monkeys Fighting Robots, I'm currently training for my next job as an astronaut cowboy. Reformed hockey goon, comic book store owner, video store clerk, an extra in 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' 'Welcome Back Freshman,' and for one special day, I was a Ghostbuster.

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