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Published On: Mon, Jun 3rd, 2013

First look ‘Once Upon a Time’ graphic novel, the Evil Queen has the Huntsman’s heart

Marvel Comics and ABC have released a first look at the upcoming original graphic novel Once Upon a Time: Shadow of the Queen, set in the world of ABC’s Once Upon a Time.

According to the publisher, “The first official graphic fiction tie-in to the hit ABC series takes fans deep into the world of Fairy Tale Land, where the fabled storybook characters we all grew up with are real, with the forces of good and evil locked in an epic struggle!

OnceUponATime_CoverPlotted by series writer & producer Daniel T. Thomsen, co-written by Corinna Bechko (Planet of The Apes), this landmark release fits into the official continuity of Once Upon a Time and features the lush art of Nimit Malavia, Vasilis Lolos, Mike Del Mundo, Mike Henderson and Michael Kaluta.

“The Evil Queen has, quite literally, captured the Huntsman’s heart — and now he’s her slave.  This is the never-before-told tale behind their twisted relationship — and what happens when a good man is forced to do bad.

“When Regina cooks up yet another devious plan to capture Snow White — this time by allying with a pack of power-hungry werewolves — the Huntsman comes face-to-face with his past — and an independent spirit in Red Riding Hood that just may match his own.  Can these two break free of the forces that bind them and save Snow White?  When put to the test, where will the Huntsman’s loyalties lie?  Has the Evil Queen stolen his heart in more ways than one?”

Once Upon a Time: Shadow of the Queen available on September 4th in book stores, comic shops, the Marvel Comics app

 

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