Legacies End: Celestials And Paladins Wizard World Chicago Comic Con Exclusive Collector's Edition 2012
Only available at Archlight Comics table in Artist's Alley
Limited to 15 copies
Written by Nicholas J. Hearne
Art by Jason Contini and Nathan Contini
Colors by Jose Segarra and Brian Gross
The first two issues of Legacies End: Celestials and Paladins are collected here in one comic for the first time ever! This comic is 60 pages and jam packed with two full complete issues of Legacies End as well as a cover gallery and promotional poster gallery.
Since the end of World War II, costumed heroes have been a part of American culture. As time passed and the world changed, so did the heroes, or Masks as the public began calling them. Ten years ago, Genesis, the world's greatest Mask, died in a final climactic battle with Dr. Hellfire, his nemesis. As a result of the battle, Masks must now secure sponsorship from either corporations or the government itself, or else be branded a vigilante and an outlaw. The original Protectorate, the team of Masks Genesis helped form, have disbanded and retired or gone into hiding. A new Protectorate has been formed under the sponsorship of Kingston Leer and The Brimstone Corporation. Richard Wallace, the hero known as the the Last of the Order of the Knight-Hawks and original member of The Protectorate, has gone into hiding, refusing to secure sponsorship. Now Wallace has gathered a ragtag group of outlaw heroes to expose the corruption of The Brimstone Corporation and conspiracy behind the Masks of today. But to do so, they have one goal...the child must survive!
This double sized and extremely limited introduction issue to the Legacies End series is available ONLY at Wizard World Chicago at The Archlight Comics table in Artist's Alley.
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THE LEGACY OF HEROES IS A MEMORY OF A GREAT NAME AND THE INHERITANCE OF A GREAT EXAMPLE. - BENJAMIN DISRAELI