*NEWSFLASH* Warhammer 40K Graphic Novel Trailer DROPS

NEWSFLASH:

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch
Writer: Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Artist: Tazio Bettin
Publisher: Titan Comics

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch graphic novelĀ – written by New York Times best-selling author, Aaron Dembski-Bowden (The Horus Heresy: The First Heretic), with art by Tazio Bettin (Warhammer 40,000: Will of Iron) will be coming to stores in December.

The synopsis is everything you’d come to expect from a WARHAMMER title, and sounds promising:

Based on the popular Warhammer franchise, the Deathwatch stands guard as the last line of defense at the edge of the universe, defending Mankind from inhuman horrors!

The Deathwatch is made up of the best of all Space Marines, recruited from across all Chapters to serve as the last resort against the multiple hostile alien civilizations threatening humanity. To be chosen to serve in the Deathwatch is a great honor granted only to the most elite and experienced veterans, but the specifics of their sacred duty must remain secret!

Stranded and alone at the edge of the Calaphrax Cluster, one Deathwatch kill-team must hold the line against the xenos hordes that threaten to destroy humanity. Assailed on all sides, they alone have the strength of mind and body to act as humanity’s first, and only, line of defense!

Ahead of the release, Titan Entertainment has created this rad book trailer! Check it out, and let us know what you think?

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A writer, editor and Twitch gamer from Canada, Kai is often cold and usually under-caffeinated. You can find her books on all ebook retailers, including Amazon.
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