PORTLAND, Ore. 08/26/2021 — Radiant Black #7 by Kyle Higgins and Marcelo Costa has sold out completely at the distributor level. This issue marks the beginning of a new story arc in the bestselling series and will be fast-tracked for a reprint by Image in order to keep up with the high rate of reorder activity.
"Team Radiant Black continue to be blown away by the support of our readers," said Michael Busuttil, Editor and Designer on the series. "We've got some huge things planned as we head into our second arc, and we're beyond thrilled to be able to send yet another issue back to the printer with a stunning new cover by the totally radical Mateus Santolouco."
Picking up after the previous story arc’s jaw dropping cliffhanger, Radiant Black #7 follows Radiant Black as his life just got a whole lot more complicated. Pursued by a new enemy and not sure who to trust, will our hero escape with his life? Or is this the beginning of the end for Radiant Black?
Available at comic book shops on Wednesday, September 22:
- Radiant Black #7, second printing - Diamond Code JUL218737
- Radiant Black #8 Cover A by Felipe Watanabe - Diamond Code JUL210256
- Radiant Black #8 Cover B by Jose Carlos - Diamond Code JUL210257
- Radiant Black #8 Cover C 1:25 by Tyler Kirkham - Diamond Code JUL210258
Radiant Black #7 will also be available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
Select praise for Radiant Black:
“The perfect superhero comic for anyone missing INVINCIBLE…” —Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead, Invincible, Oblivion Song
“Mixes superhero fun with Millennial ennui.” —Comic Book Resources
“While the powers and the stylish suit will get all the attention, it's really the person behind the powers that steals the show.” —Comicbook.com
“There is more than a little of Invincible's DNA here.” —ScreenRant
“Too much fun—classic superhero greatness remade brightly and brilliantly for a new generation!” —Scott Snyder
“The most fun I’ve had reading a new superhero comic in years. It’s the sort of book I’ve been dying to have on my pull list again.” —James Tynion IV