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The Mary Sue Exclusive Cover Reveal: Dark Horse’s Rebels #8

REBELS #8 FC watermark

We’ve got an exclusive cover reveal for y’all today! Thanks to Dark Horse, you can check out this rad cover for Rebels, drawn by the illustrious Tula Lotay.

For more information on the issue, check out the description below.

Rebels #8

Brian Wood (W), Ariela Kristantina (A), Andrea Mutti (A), Jordie Bellaire (C), and Tula Lotay (Cover)

On sale Nov 11

FC, 32 pages


Two standalone stories in this issue! Meet Silence Bright, “Liberty’s Daughter,” who runs an underground print shop in occupied Boston in a tale with art by guest artist Ariela Kristantina (Deep State). Main series artist Andrea Mutti returns with “Occupation,” a Seth Abbott story set during the Great Fire of New York that touches on a topic new to Rebels: the freed slaves who fought on the British side.

Sounds pretty enticing to me. Give it a shot, and if you pick it up, let us know what you think in the comments!

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