Please do not stab anyone in the eye over this slight delay. Interceptor #2 will be yours soon enough.
Yes, you read that right—Interceptor #2 will be in comics stores on Wednesday, February 10. The first issue wowed critics and sold out, and with anticipation for the sequel high, we ran into some unfortunate and avoidable shipping delays that have pushed the sale date by a week.
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We’re also quite pleased to be able to tell you that, thanks to a deal announced today, Interceptor will be available digitally through comiXology—we recommend bookmarking the Heavy Metal page at comiXology now and checking back frequently. You can also find us in the Amazon Kindle Store.
You’ll get it, Interceptor fans, you’ll get it. One week from today. In the meantime, we’ve got a great 8-page preview for you to enjoy—here it is, click the images for a bigger view:
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