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Valiant Previews: X-O Manowar #0

Posted by Sean Hamilton Friday, October 3, 2014
Hey Fanboys and Fangirls. Check out the latest preview from Valiant for:

X-O MANOWAR Ancient Rome
X-O MANOWAR in Ancient Times
X-O MANOWAR #0

Written by ROBERT VENDITTI
Art by CLAY MANN
Cover A by JELENA KEVIC-DJURDJEVIC (AUG141713)
Cover B by CLAY MANN (AUG141714)
Interlocking Cover C by DAVE JOHNSON (JUL148184)
Interlocking Cover D by DAVE JOHNSON (JUL148185)
Interlocking Cover E by DAVE JOHNSON (JUL148186)
Interlocking Cover F by DAVE JOHNSON (JUL148187)
Interlocking Cover G by DAVE JOHNSON (JUL148188)
Variant Cover by JEFF LEMIRE (AUG141715)
Variant Cover by BRYAN HITCH (AUG141716)

Lock missiles and ZERO in on the can't–miss origin of Aric of Dacia, a.k.a. X-O MANOWAR!

Valiant's zero issues have become something of tradition – self-contained, new-reader-friendly jumping-on points that tell you everything you need to know about some of our most fascinating characters. Well, next week, Robert Venditti and Clay Mann are delivering the biggest #0 yet as they build on the stunning success of Armor Hunters by returning to the fourth century to revisit the roots of Aric of Dacia – aka the unstoppable X-O Manowar? Where does Aric go from here? Check out the last four pages for sneak peek...

After narrowly surviving the events of ARMOR HUNTERS, X-O Manowar (or what's left of him) must look to the future, but, to do so, Aric must first learn the startling secret of his past. Be here in October and learn the TRUE, violent origin of Visigoth life under the brutality of the Roman Empire.

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Valients X-O MANOWAR #0 Preview cover art
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X-O MANOWAR Origins in Ancient Rome
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