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Exclusive: 5-Page Preview Of ‘Liberator, Vol. 1’ From Black Mask Studios
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We’ve got another good preview for you today, as we take an exlusive look at one of the back-up stories that will included in Liberator, Vol. 1 from Black Mask Studios.

Check out the 5-page preview here below.

This story, entitled “We Are What We Are,” is written by Matthew Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon, with art by Ariela Kristantina, and colors by Jen Hickman.

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Comic Review: Liberator #1
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Liberator #1
Created and Written by Matt Miner
Art by Javier Sanchez Aranda, Joaquin Pereyra, and Yasmin Liang
Covers by Yildiray Cinar, Joel Gomez, Rod Reis, Tim Seely, Beth Sotello
Black Mask Studios
Release Date: June 19, 2013
Cover Price: $3.50

I can recall many moons ago (I won’t tell you how many because it would make me feel old), obsessive over my favorite comic book superheroes, pondering about what it would be like if someone was able to take these elements of the fantastic heroes and place them into a realistic, and believable context.

While we’ve seen Christopher Nolan bring a realistic grit to the Batman concept in film, and the Mark Millar/John Romita Jr. team brings a realism context in the shape of Kick-Ass, we’ve not yet (really) come across a “real” superhero with a “real” cause. And by that cause, I’m referring to something other than supervillain crimefighting.

Enter Liberator: a new series funded by Kickstarter, and released by Black Mask comics that takes the concept of a realistic hero (no costumes, just ski masks and dark apparel), and places them against a real cause they believe worth fighting for.

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