Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: VALKYRIE: JANE FOSTER #5

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Valkyrie: Jane Foster #5 hits your local comic book store November 27th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for you.

About the issue:
INTO THE ETERNAL DARKNESS! Valkyrie’s enemy finally reveals themself to teach the guardian of the fallen an important lesson: Not every life can be saved. It’s the explosive end of the first arc as Valkyrie faces the death that’s been stalking her since issue #1!

Valkyrie: Jane Foster #5 is by co-writers Jason Aaron and Al Ewing, artist CAFU, colorist Jesus Aburtov, and letterer Joe Sabino. The cover is by Mahmud Asrar and Matthew Wilson (based on a classic Amazing Spider-Man cover by John Romita Sr and Danny Crespi).

Marvel announced yesterday that Al Ewing’s time on Valkyrie will be coming to an end in January with issue #7. Norwegian writer Torunn Grønbekk (whose name literally means “to love Thor”) will join Aaron as co-writer starting with issue #8 in February.

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In the same press release, the publisher revealed that they’ve also signed CAFU to a Marvel-exclusive contract.

The preview below sees Jane Foster attempting to protect Doctor Strange from the Grim Reaper, who Mephisto has chosen to be his Valkyrie (whew — that’s a lot of name dropping).

Check out the Valkyrie: Jane Foster #5 preview below:

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marvel comics exclusive preview valkyrie jane foster

marvel comics exclusive preview valkyrie jane foster

marvel comics exclusive preview valkyrie jane foster

marvel comics exclusive preview valkyrie jane foster

marvel comics exclusive preview valkyrie jane foster

marvel comics exclusive preview valkyrie jane foster


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