The Owl Flies into Comic Shops This July from Dynamite Entertainment

The Owl returns to comics in his own limited series from Dynamite Entertainment. Written by the critically acclaimed J.T. Krul, with art by Heubert Khan Michael, and covers by Alex Ross and special Subscription Only Exclusive Cover by Ardian Syaf, The Owl #1 hits stores this coming July!

In issue #1, lost for 50 years in an ethereal limbo, the Owl has come back to find a violent and desperate world of strangers.  The woman he loved is gone, but he remains determined to continue his fight for justice.  Can the Owl withstand the challenges awaiting him… or will this new reality crush his body and spirit?

"With a character like the Owl, I get to explore the heart of a true hero whose greatest threat seems to be the soul of the entire world around him," says writer J.T. Krul. "Nick Terry used to live in a golden age it seemed, but he now finds himself in our present day - and a world filled with greed, apathy, and utter desperation at every turn. It's the mark of a true hero, staying true to one's ideals when there is little hope to be found. In this story, he'll see what his mission and legacy has become and it will scare him more than anything else."

"We at Dynamite ext
remely excited to work with J.T. again, hot off his DC Comics Exclusive," adds Dynamite CEO / Publisher Nick Barrucci.  "We hope that this is the first of many more projects with J.T. and we are all in such anticipation for The Owl to ‘take flight'!  The Owl is a bridge series for more to come from Dynamite, and we couldn't be happier."

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Cover by Alex Ross Subscription Only Exclusive
Cover by Ardian Syaf

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