Marvel has announced a new limited series from Rob Williams and Brian Ching, that puts Skaar and Ka-zar at odds with one another over who rules the Savage Land.

“The Savage Land is a time capsule containing every lost wonder in history, and Skaar is going to crack it wide open! Forgotten gods, dinosaurs, robots, and more than one lost Marvel hero rediscovered,” says Marvel Editor John Denning. “It’s gonna be an inter-tribal war that will literally reshape the landscape of the Marvel U!”


SKAAR: KING OF THE SAVAGE LAND #1 (of 5)
Written by ROB WILLIAMS
Pencils by BRIAN CHING
Cover by MICHAEL KOMARCK
Variant Cover by BILLY TAN

If Skaar wants to be king, he’ll have to contend with the most savage of creatures, the most barbaric of foes, and of course, the king of the Savage Land himself—Ka-Zar in Skaar: King Of The Savage Land! And if that’s not enough, expect two issues of Skaar: King Of The Savage Land in one month for twice the gamma-irradiated savagery! With covers by Ed McGuinness and Michael Komarck, these issues cannot be missed!

SKAAR: KING OF THE SAVAGE LAND #2 (of 5)
Written by ROB WILLIAMS
Pencils by BRIAN CHING
Cover by ED McGUINNESS

Both issues go on sale in April, and both feature a cover price of $2.99.

via Marvel

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2 Comments

  1. Splicer261
    January 12, 2011 at 4:01 am — Reply

    Is that cover with Ka-Zar a photo or artwork? it’s so realistic!

    • Damascus
      March 24, 2011 at 12:26 am — Reply

      That image is AMAZING!! I’ve been kind of tepid about Skaar for a while now, but I love the concept really. I’ve always liked Ka-Zar and the idea of the Savage Land, and I’ve thought that the Savage Land, while frequently a pitstop for superheroes fighting so-and-so, hasn’t been really explored well in recent years. Love that picture though.

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