Exclusive Preview: X-O Manowar #50

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on September 26, 2016.

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After more than four years, X-O Manowar arrives at its epic conclusion this Wednesday, September 28th. X-O Manowar #50 is not only a monumental issue for the series, but its publisher and writer as well. The series is the last of the four ongoing titles that relaunched the Valiant universe in the summer of 2012 and has been written by Robert Venditti since its debut. The story has spanned space and time in a cohesive narrative building to this finale. Now as this centerpiece of Valiant Entertainment prepares to conclude, it is surrounded by a thriving superhero brand focused on cultivating stories driven by characters and creators. While X-O Manowar #50 might seem bittersweet to longtime fans, it’s a testament to the strengths of the Valiant line.

Comics Bulletin is pleased to bring you an exclusive preview of this momentous comic book. Be aware that there is at least one pivotal moment in the pages below and you will be forced to wait until Wednesday to read the rest of the story. It also contains some tremendous visuals, specifically backgrounds drawn by Roberto de la Torre that speak to the scope and breadth of this cosmic series. Even if you’re not a current reader, we suggest taking a look below for the artwork of X-O Manowar #50 alone.

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About chasemagnett

Chase is a mild-mannered finance guy by day and a raving comics fan by night. He has been reading comics for more than half of his life (all 23 years of it). After graduating from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with degrees in Economics and English, he has continued to research comics while writing articles and reviews online. His favorite superhero is Superman and he'll accept no other answers. Don't ask about his favorite comic unless you're ready to spend a day discussing dozens of different titles.
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