Here is your first look at X-O Manowar #48 that is scheduled to arrive in stores this week.

X-O MANOWAR #49 (“LONG LIVE THE KING” – PART 3)
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI
Art by JOE BENNETT
Cover A by KANO (JUN161924)
Cover B by PHIL JIMENEZ (JUN161925)
Cover C by KHOI PHAM (JUN161926)
Variant Cover by FRANCIS PORTELA (JUN161927)
Variant Cover by JUAN JOSE RYP (JUN161928)
Variant Cover by ADAM GORHAM (JUN161929)

Long live the king! The march to X-O MANOWAR #50 soldiers onward!

Witness the last stand of Earth’s greatest champion, X-O Manowar! With the world besieged by the Torment, Aric of Dacia has united his bravest allies and fiercest enemies for a last ditch effort to avert Armageddon. But will even their combined strength be enough against the seemingly infinite powers of this this unfathomable comic race? It’s the beginning of the end as the greatest battle in Valiant history starts here!

“LONG LIVE THE KING” reaches its most thrilling chapter yet as New York Times best-selling writer Robert Venditti (WRATH OF THE ETERNAL WARRIOR) and acclaimed artists Joe Bennett (52) and Roberto de la Torre (Daredevil) deliver the penultimate chapter of Valiant’s flagship series!

Plus: The X-O MANOWAR #50 COUNTDOWN GIVEAWAY continues right here! Each issue of “LONG LIVE THE KING” comes bagged with one of 50 micro-prints – featuring artwork from a who’s who of comic superstars – or even one-of-a-kind original art!

$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+

via Valiant Entertainment

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