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The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview of Sword of Sorcery #6


Sword of Sorcery continues this week with its pen-penultimate issue (#8 will be its final one), and as you may have already guessed, it features a guest appearance by John Constantine.

  • Amaya becomes the Lady Regent of House Turquoise and discovers the startling truth behind its power!
  • A mysterious evil originating from Nilaq is now on Earth, and John Constantine doesn’t like that one bit!
  • And in the backup feature, Stalker must defeat Lucifer to save his scion!

Written by: Christy Marx
Backup Written by: Marc Andreyko
Art by: Aaron Lopresti
Backup Art by: Andrei Bressan
Cover by: Aaron Lopresti
On Sale Date: Mar 20 2013


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  • Jinian

    How could you make up an awkward nonce-word when the awesome “antepenultimate” exists, is what I want to know.

  • http://www.facebook.com/KozmikPariah Ryan Colson

    ….So Eclipso?
    More importantly I don’t know if I like or hate how DC is just throwing darts all over, publication wise, to see what hits the target.

  • Adam R. Charpentier

    Sigh. History-lite John Constantine.

  • Anonymous

    Because my brain betrayed me by forgetting that antepenultimate is totally a word. Stupid brain.

  • Jinian

    Brains are like that sometimes. Hmm, now you need another excuse to use it…

  • http://wrongsirwrong.blogspot.com/ Magic Xylophone

    Nice draftsmanship in the cover, but the spatial relations are very confusing. The size of his hand indicates an exaggerated perspective, but the two figures are the same size, which makes it difficult to perceive her as a few feet behind him. Also, they both have blue-tinged rim lighting, even though the light source seems to be the gem, which is in front of both of them.