PREVIEW: "Nova" #12 leads into the finale of "Annihilation: Conquest"

Tue, March 18th, 2008 at 12:00am PDT

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Official Press Release

Selffriends, everyone's favorite New Mutant Warlock has returned in the pages of Nova! But the comeback may be short-lived as Warlock, his protg Tyro, and a transmode virus-infected Nova must face an enraged Technarch adult in Nova #12. And with the Phalanx-delivered virus ravaging his body, can Nova survive to lead this strange calvary into the double-sized Annihilation: Conquest #6?

Month after month, Nova has reviewers like Ain't It Cool News raving, "The series that knocked my socks off with each and every issue this year was Nova…and more than any other series, has me chomping at the bit for the next issue."

Warlock has never looked so good thanks to the pencils of Paul Pelletier, inker Rick Magyar, and colorist Guru eFX. And writers Andy Lanning & Dan Abnett have crafted a story more than worthy of the former cult fave.

With the events of this issue leading directly into the conclusion of Annihilation: Conquest, plus the return of this beloved New Mutant, you do not want to miss Nova #12!

NOVA #12 (FEB082250)

Written by ANDY LANNING & DAN ABNETT

Penciled by PAUL PELLETIER

Cover by ALEX MALEEV

Rated T+ …$2.99

FOC – 3/20, On-Sale – 4/9/2008

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