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In the aftermath of their BLACKEST NIGHT encounter, Vril Dox and his team realize they must kill Starro the Conqueror. It’s a job that requires three dangerous missions led by Dox, Captain Comet and Adam Strange, who will face loss, treachery and the overwhelming might of Starro’s conquering horde.

Written by Tony Bedard
Art by Claude St. Aubin and Scott Hanna
Cover by Kalman Andrasofszky

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. Avatar photo Paul Montgomery (@fuzzytypewriter) says:

    I’m finally on-issue!

  2. Score one for Blackest night crossovering. I’m in.

  3. This is a great book, and I’m glad that Blackest Night has brought in some new readers.  The first trade, collecting the first six issues is out next week (why it’s not out this week to grab those new readers from Blackest Night, I do not know), so be sure to check it out!

  4. Score two.  Well, one more anyway.  I really liked the Blackest Night two shot, and so after a brief diversion back to issue 9 I’m looking forward to this.

  5. And for any Blackest Night completionists, there really is a little bit more space zombie action at the beginning of this one, telling you how Starro gets out of his Black Lantern predicament. I am a little lost at the moment (even more characters were introduced) but there is definitely something satisfying about this space romp.

  6. The awesomeness continues. At the risk of sounding like a whiny fanboy, I really wish this was selling better. Tom Katers is absolutely right when saying (on Around Comics) that anyone who’s reading and loving Guardians of the Galaxy should check this out, as well. Funny banter, dynamic action sequences, and great art.

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