Arriving in stores this week is the debut of The Death-Defying ‘Devil #1.  Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the series, that you can see after the jump.

Writer: Alex Ross and Joe Casey
Penciller: Edgar Salazar
Covers: Alex Ross (approximately 50%), John Cassaday (Approximately 50%), John Romita Sr w/ Alex Ross inking (1-in-15 chase cover), and Edgar Salazar (approximately 1-in-10 chase cover)
Colorist: Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Genre: Superhero
Rating: Teen +

More exciting comics featuring the greatest heroes of the ages from Alex Ross, Dynamite and Project SUPERPOWERS! Joining series mastermind Alex Ross for the debut of The Death Defying ‘Devil with writer Joe Casey and Dynamite exclusive artist Edgar Salazar!

Spinning out of the events from Project SUPERPOWERS Chapter One and bridging the gap before the debut of Project SUPERPOWERS Chapter Two, the mysterious ‘Devil is put on the case to track down the terrorist organization known as “The Claw”. Travelling with the equally mysterious Justine, The ‘Devil is also shadowed by a new hero that very well may hold the answers to the ‘Devil’s strange existence, and new clues to the nature of the Urn which imprisoned all of our heroes!

Featuring two incredible main covers (50/50 ratio), one by Ross and the other by John Cassaday, also look for chase covers by John Romita Sr. and inked by Alex Ross (approx. 1-in-15) and Edgar Salazar (approx. 1-in-10)! All covers will be printed on high-end card stock paper (similar to Marvel’s Civil War and Secret Invasion)!

Fans, ask your local retailer for the Negative Art Ross and Cassaday incentive covers as well as the Ross foil cover!


via Dynamite Entertainment


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