Valiant Entertainment has released a sneak peek of Eternal Warrior #1 by Greg Pak and Trevor Hairsine, that you can check out, after the jump.

ETERNAL WARRIOR #1
Written by GREG PAK
Art by TREVOR HAIRSINE
Cover by CLAYTON CRAIN (JUL131306)
Pullbox Exclusive Variant by TREVOR HAIRSINE (JUL131307)
Variant Cover by DAVE BULLOCK (JUL131308)
Variant Cover by PATRICK ZIRCHER (JUL131309)
Across ten millennia and a thousand battlefields, Gilad Anni-Padda has traversed the darkest, most mysterious corners of history. But the horror and bloodshed of constant warfare has finally taken its toll on the man myth calls the Eternal Warrior…and he has abdicated his duties as the Fist and the Steel of Earth for a quiet life of seclusion. But when a blood vendetta from the distant past suddenly reappears in the modern day, he must decide if he will return to the ways of war…for the child who betrayed him thousands of years ago…

Soldier. Guardian. Warrior. Legend. Start reading here on September 11th when Greg Pak and Trevor Hairsine begin an all-new campaign for Valiant’s most feared immortal in Eternal Warrior #1 – featuring covers by Clayton Crain, Trevor Hairsine, Dave Bullock and Patrick Zircher!

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Eternal Warrior #1 arrives September 11, 2013, and has a $3.99 cover price.

via Valiant Entertainment

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  1. June 21, 2013 at 5:47 am — Reply

    I will read pretty much anything that Greg Pak has a hand in so thanks for making me aware of this, I am officially excited about it, even having never read Eternal Warrior before.

    I’ll be interested to see how Pak handles Batman/Superman for DC as well. That’s set up as the first meetings of those characters and as per usual for that sort of fare I think it’ll be best enjoyed in isolation from any other books.

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