New variant covers revealed for ‘Blood Syndicate: Season One’ no.1

New pages from "Blood Syndicate: Season One" no.1 from Milestone artists Chris Cross and Juan Castro and new variant covers were shared today.

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DC and Milestone are revealing new images for “Blood Syndicate: Season One” no.1 by original Milestone artist ChrisCross and Juan Castro, plus new available variant covers.

In addition to these interior pages, in addition to the main cover by Dexter Soy and the “old school” open to order variant by ChrisCross, two new covers are being made available for pre-order: A “new school” open-to-order variant by “Static: Season One” breakout artist Nikolas Draper-Ivey, plus an awesome 1:25 ratio variant spotlighting Holocaust, by Rahzzah. Check local comic book shops for availability and pre-order details.

On May 10, writer Geoffrey Thorne (“Green Lantern,” “Truth & Justice: Vixen,” “Future State: Green Lantern”) joins one of Milestone’s original talents in blowing open the next chapter in the Dakotaverse.

Wise Son and Tech-9 have returned from their military tours in Afghanistan, reuniting with their comrade Fade and returning to a very different Dakota and Paris Island. As super heroes like Icon, Rocket and Static have become part of the crimefighting landscape, other “Bang Babies” have been forming rival gang factions.

And then there’s Holocaust; his influence is growing on Paris Island, and with his own super-powered army growing, who will look out for the people of Dakota’s most dangerous neighborhood while the capes aren’t watching?

And what secrets have Wise Son and Tech-9 brought back to Paris Island from their tour overseas? As the struggle for control of the neighborhood spirals into all-out war, who will control Paris Island, and at what cost?

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