Knightingail Variant Covers by McTeigue/Mos Released at NYCC

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Hello Knightingail Fans!! We have some great news for all of you. We got your first look at something super exclusive

Wayne Gardiner, creator/writer of the Knightingail comic book series, and Big Dog Ink are pleased to announce the release of two special sets of Knightingail: Shadow Division variant comics at New York comic con. These beautiful covers are wonderfully illustrated by illustrator Dawn McTeigue and colorist Ula Mos. Both of them produced two sets of 6 comic books for issues 1-6 of Knightingail: Shadow Divisions. The first set is a limited edition of 250 comics that feature Knightingail comic book characters in a dark, night-time setting. The rarer set is a limited edition of 100 comics that feature the Knightingail characters in their Centurion, warrior costumes.

Each of the covers individually provide a large character image drawn in exquisite detail. However, the covers really come to life when they are placed together; and the entire battle scene takes shape. Care was taken to connect the covers with common elements, such as an arrow from Kaeli being shot from cover 3 through issue 6, 2, and ending up on cover 4.

These covers are also special because they are the first introduction of a several new Centurion costumes for the characters. Cover 2D features the first appearance of the Centurion SwiftStrike and Centurion Axalor cosutmes, long before they are introduced in issue #4. However, the best of all costumes is the introduction of the Centurion Knightingail costume featured on issue #6. This cover is all the more special because Dawn McTeigue not only drew the cover, she also designed the Centurion Knightingail costume.

These amazing variant comics will be initially available at the Big Dog Ink booth at New York Comic Con, and then later on-line at http://crucidel.storenvy.com.

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Aren’t these beautiful!?

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