X-O MANOWAR #34 (NEW ARC! “DEAD HAND” – PART 1)
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI
Art by DIEGO BERNARD
Cover A by LEWIS LAROSA (JAN151661)
Cover B by JORGE MOLINA (JAN151662)
1:10 Variant Cover by DAS PASTORAS (JAN151663)
1:20 Character Design Variant by JORGE MOLINA (JAN151664)
1:25 Variant Cover by BUTCH GUICE (JAN151665)
$3.99 | T+ | 32 pgs. | ON SALE 3/4/15 (FOC – 2/9/15)
Born into battle, Aric of Dacia, the fifth century Visigoth now called X-O Manowar, has never known peace. Abducted and enslaved by the savage alien empire known as The Vine, Aric finally escaped his captors after stealing their ultra-powerful X-O Manowar armor and then returned to Earth…only to find that more than a thousand years had passed in his absence. Stranded in the modern day, the most primitive man on Earth now wields the most powerful weapon in existence as X-O Manowar – one of the Earth’s most formidable new heroes and a member of the international superteam codenamed Unity.

But now…in the far reaches of deep space, the ultimate fail-safe of an extinct alien race has finally counted down to zero…and the robot army called DEAD HAND has been activated. The civilization that built them has fallen…and, now, to combat the doomsday threat that destroyed their world, DEAD HAND will complete the mission that their creators could not. Soulless and brutal, this billion-strong legion is the phantom army of a dead world…and it will cleanse the universe by any means necessary.

XO_034_001 XO_034_002 XO_034_003 XO_034_COVER-A_LAROSA XO_034_COVER-B_MOLINA XO_034_VARIANT_GUICE

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