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DIVINITY III REACHES INTO THE SHADOWS

I have been binge-reading Valiant Entertainment comics over the past few weeks, catching up on the entire line.  It has been a great experience and well worth the time.  I'm gearing up for a big event the publisher is launching next month with Divinity III: Stalinverse, showing what happens to the world when Russian Cosmonauts with god-like powers change the universe.  It's going to be big and delve into all kinds of cool alternate versions of popular characters like Bloodshot and X-O Manowar.  The publisher has announced a new one-shot tie-in, Divinity III: Shadowman & The Battle of New Stalingrad debuting in February from writer Scott Bryan Wilson and artist Robert Gill.  Here's the write-up from the publisher:

The year is 2017…and, in the Communist-occupied streets of New York City, oppression and violence lurk in every shadow. But when the global Soviet Union targets the Statue of Liberty for destruction, there will be Hell to pay...and Jack Boniface has come to collect. As Shadowman, Jack will resurrect the sacred power of his people…and raise an army of the dead to meet the Russians where they stand. But even Shadowman’s revenant freedom force will find something to fear when the brutal Komandar Bloodshot and unstoppable Aric, Son of the Revolution arrive to crush liberty’s last sparks of life...and put down the dead forever!

To save the devastated and oppressed island of New York, Jack Boniface might just have to annihilate it first – by leading an army of Deadside-spawned monstrosities onto the streets to fight the Soviets’ super-powered shock troops wherever they stand. But freedom fighters like the one they call Shadowman seldom get the happy ending they deserve…

Divinity III: Shadowman & The Battle of New Stalingrad is set for release on February 8th, 2017.

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