Marvel Announces New Midnight Suns Series Starring Wolverine, Blade and Runaways’ Nico

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Marvel announces a new Midnight Suns limited series from writer Ethan Sacks and artist Luigi Zagaria starring Wolverine, Ghost Rider, Magik and more.

Marvel’s Wolverine, Blade, Ghost Rider, Magik and more will star in an upcoming Midnight Suns series.

Marvel announced a new five-issue limited Midnight Suns series from writer Ethan Sacks and artist Luigi Zagaria. The series will see the new team — including Blade, Ghost Rider‘s Kushala/the Spirit Rider, New Mutant‘s Magik, Runaways‘ Nico Minoru and Strange Academy‘s Zoe Laveau — gather together to form a team and defend the planet from a new source of evil. The synopsis provided by Marvel reads, “A dark prophecy and apocalyptic new villains with horrifying powers the likes of which Earth has never faced before ordains a team of Midnight Suns to rise and tear @#$% up! But what does this new threat have to do with the Sorcerer Supreme’s past? And why is Strange Academy student Zoe Laveau number one on the Suns’ list?”


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“As a fan of the original Midnight Sons, I am honored and stoked to continue that legacy, and I’m grateful to editor Tom Groneman for giving me the chance to dabble in this mystical corner of the Marvel Universe,” Sacks said of the series. “We’re going to conjure up some wild otherworldly action to go along with some themes that have real world resonance. Having fallen in love with the team book concept on Star Wars: Bounty Hunters, I’m primed and ready to put this lineup of heroes through hell…so to speak.”


Sacks also praised Zagaria’s artwork on the series, which launched in September. “Seeing the first issue pages come in, I can also say artist Luigi Zagaria’s art is going to cast a spell over readers,” he said. “It’s just stunning work. He’s at the top of his game.”

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Created by Howard Mackie and Andy Kubert, the Midnight Sons first debuted in 1992’s Ghost Rider #31. Formed by Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch to defeat the demonic Lilith, the original roster for the team included Blade’s Nightstalkers team, the Darkhold Redeemers, the Spirits of Vengence and Morbius the Living Vampire. The Midnight Sons appeared in a number of titles and crossovers throughout the 1990s, including a limited Midnight Sons Unlimited anthology series that launched in 1993 from Mackie, Klaus Janson, Gregory Wright and Janice Chiang. Marvel is also releasing a Midnight Suns tactical role-playing video game produced by Firaxis Games that launches Oct. 7.


The Midnight Suns #1 features cover art by David Nakayama. The issue releases Sept. 14 from Marvel.

Source: Marvel

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