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Early artwork from MANIFEST DESTINY #7 revealed

Early artwork from MANIFEST DESTINY #7 revealed

Posted on May 12, 2014 by Kat Salazar

A first look at a new adventure on the monstrous frontier

MANIFEST DESTINY #7 features a new arc, and a new adventure, allowing readers to jump into the Chris Dingess' and Matthew Roberts' series. The Skybound title hits stores on June 11.

Lewis, Clark and the surviving members of their expedition continue westward, only to learn there is nowhere to run on the river…

MANIFEST DESTINY #7 will be available on June 11 for $2.99, but you can pre-order it now with Diamond Code: APR140575. A variant cover by Marc Silvestri will be available with Diamond Code MAR148175. Retailers must submit their orders by 5/19.

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