The first challenge of legendary author/artist Geof Darrow‘s latest Shaolin Cowboy series from Dark Horse Comics, The Shaolin Cowboy: Cruel to be Kin, is due out in shops subsequent month. The seven-issue collection follows the titular hero as he faces his biggest problem but: homeschooling his children. Today The Beat is happy to current an unique first have a look at the three covers for the third challenge of the forthcoming collection, which is due out in shops in July.
In a kungfluence of assaults the Shaolin Cowboy should pull a kung fu “hat trick” if he expects to avoid wasting himself and his new child Varanus komodoensis Ouwens companion from a free-range journey to hell. Don’t take my phrase for it, see it for your self! The SCU is “ACTION PACKED!!”
Here’s how Dark Horse describes The Shaolin Cowboy: Cruel to be Kin #3:
The newest challenge of the collection is written and illustrated by Darrow, with colours by Dave Stewart (assisted by flatters Mark Sweeney, Raunak Singh, Fred Paculba, and Josh Laird) and letters by Nate Piekos. In addition to most important covers by Darrow, every challenge of the collection has additionally featured a number of variant covers from all-star artists together with Mike Mignola, Frank Quitely, and Ed Piskor. The July-shipping third installments variant covers come from a pair of legends in their very own proper: Stan Sakai and Steve Skroce.
Here are Sakai and Skroce’s covers, respectively, the previous of which encompasses a cameo from a well-known rabbit rōnin:
Shaolin Cowboy: Cruel to be Kin #3 (of seven) is due out from Dark Horse Comics in shops and digitally on Wednesday, July twentieth.