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12-Page Preview of Shadow Walk from Legendary

Posted on October 10, 2013 at 10:16 pm by Justin Cavender

The nice folks over at Legendary are giving attendees at New York Comic-Con a 12-page preview of the upcoming release of Shadow Walk. Check out what happens when the U.S. Governments decides to send in a team to retrieve an energy source, but ends up fighting demons. The series is created by Mark Waid, Max Brooks, and Thomas Tull, with illustrations by Shane Davis.

Not going to NYCC? No problem! Legendary has provided us with the 12-page preview below.

About Shadow Walk

“I Walk Through The Valley Of The Shadow of Death…”

Is the Valley of the Shadow of Death a metaphor or could it actually be a real place? Three separate paranormal incidents over the last century, in a valley near modern day Iraq, seem to give credence to these claims. When satellite photos taken over the area hint at a dangerous new energy source, the U.S. decides to send in a Spec-Ops team to locate and extract it before it can fall into enemy hands.

Led by John Raines, a deadly soldier who has been left to rot in Guantanamo, accused of allegedly killing his entire platoon after entering the very same valley years prior, the team heads into dangerous territory to battle demonic creatures with little chance of survival. Armed with two arcane artifacts as their guide and protector, they will find out if the road to Hell just opened up on Earth.

Shadow Walk Preview Cover

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And there you have it folks. Best to bring plenty of guns to a demon fight. Shadow Walk will arrive in stores on November 27.

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