Dark Knight, Part One last edited by cbishop on 05/14/18 07:49AM View full history

What do you do when it's your destiny to be damned? For centuries, that is the question that has plagued each wielder of the Ebony Blade... with all of them eventually meeting untimely ends due to the sword's curse. And it is the question the current Black Knight, Dane Whitman, must ask himself as his addiction to the blade grows ever stronger and he finds himself in the aptly named Weirdworld. What are the circumstances that brought him to leave Earth and enter this strange and dangerous realm? And what do the Uncanny Avengers have to do with it? Find out here in this new ongoing tale of sword, sorcery and one man's struggle to not lose his soul.

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJulian Totino Tedesco1
VarVariant CoverEric Powell2
VarMarvel Hip-Hop Variant CoverGyimah Gariba3
VarAction Figure Variant CoverJohn Tyler Christopher4
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Too many super-heroes in this sword-and-sorcery 0

Originally published at The Hub City Review. Black Knight is not a terrible character, nor is Black Knight #1 a terrible story. But it is an example of terrible storytelling.One of the more baffling trends in the modern age of comics has been the proliferation of the first-person narration boxes as a storytelling devise. A synthesis of the third-person narration boxes and thought balloons of yesteryear, first-person narration boxes are the comics medium’s equivalent of television’s t...

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