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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Comic

In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war…and comic books…

Yet another planet with more xeno’s to wipe out in Emperors good name! Gabriel Angelos’ blood ravens advance forward, this time in comic form?

Following the release of the Warhammer 40,000 strategy/action title ‘Dawn of war 3’ comes a four part comic mini-series set during the events of the game itself.

Set in the dark world of Games Workshop grim universe, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of war III – the hunt for Gabriel Angelos, follows the mission of two blood raven space marine Sergeant. New to the scene Sergeant Olivarr and returning from the previous Dawn of war games, sergeant Tarkus, a fan favourite. Tasked with locating their chapter master, Gabriel Angelos, after he goes missing from a battle against the xenos threat of the ork greenskins. But with the Eldar also on the scene its not going to be easy as they make their journey to him, paved in bolter shell and blood.

The Warhammer 40,000 universe is well known for its cold, harsh nature. After all there is only war. The interpretation that Ryan O’Sullivan takes with his writing of the characters reflects very well in the portrayal of the space marines stern ideals and beliefs. They are born warriors, true sons of the Imperium of man, and it shows very well indeed. There are nods to other characters from the Dawn of war universe as well, so returning fans of the series will interest you greatly.

The comic is now on sale from today: 17th May 2017 and is available from most comic stores. Or available from Titan comics website – http://titan-comics.com/c/909-warhammer-40k-dawn-of-war/

Written by Ryan O’Sullivan, illustrated by Daniel Indro and published by Titan comics.
Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War III comes with a few different covers to collect from artists including; Orjan Svendsen, David Sondered, Pasquale Qualano & Marco Lesko, Fabio Listrani as well as a video game art variant.

All images courtesy of Ryan O’Sullivan and Titan Comics.

 

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