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Exclusive Extended Preview: KIRBY GENESIS: CAPTAIN VICTORY #2

Jack Kirby's epic space opera continues.

Back in September Sterling Gates paid us a visit and joined us on our weekly podcast. He talked a bit about the books he's working on including KIRBY GENESIS: CAPTAIN VICTORY. The Kirby Genesis Universe is well under way at Dynamite Entertainment and last month we saw the first issue of Gates' take on the Jack Kirby character.

The second issue is on sale tomorrow, December 28 and Dynamite has given us an exclusive extended preview for the issue.

Alex Ross cover

KIRBY: GENESIS - CAPTAIN VICTORY #2

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Plot by ALEX ROSS, STERLING GATES
Script by STERLING GATES
Art by WAGNER REIS
Covers by ALEX ROSS (main), MICHAEL AVON OEMING (1-in-10)
“Negative Effect Art” Retailer Incentive cover by ALEX ROSS
“Black & White” Retailer Incentive cover by MICHAEL AVON OEMING
“Virgin Art” Retailer Incentive cover by ALEX ROSS
Jack Kirby's epic space opera continues! Last issue, Captain Victory was forced to make a terrible choice in order to stop the malicious Batteron. Now that decision comes back to haunt him as several members of his crew plot mutiny. As tempers flare, however, the ship is attacked by the Eye of Blackmass, punching a hole in the ship's hull that threatens to kill everyone aboard! Is it still mutiny if Captain Victory is dead? Plus, the secret origin of everyone's favorite lion-man, Tarin!

Michael Avon Oeming (1-in-10) cover
Michael Avon Oeming "Black and White" Retailer Incentive cover
Alex Ross "Negative Effect art" Retailer Incentive cover
Alex Ross "Virgin Art" Retailer Incentive cover
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Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

Looks great!

Posted by Tellumo

Captain victory, they're really running out of ideas, then again mine is Tellumo who only seven people in the world know who he is.

Posted by TheWitchingHour

Really wish Alex Ross was doing more than just the covers

Posted by The Impersonator

VICTORY IS OURS! =P

Posted by nonfiction91

meh, names aren't as important as you'd think.it's the character himself that pulls in a reader.

Posted by OmegaHans

Every time I see a Kirbyverse it is like a breath of fresh clean mountain air, away from the smog of the over-hyped yet mundane titles of today. Ahh, Captain Victory... my eyes shall take in all your splendor.