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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 42 weeks 3 days ago

Jim Starlin Thanos Signing Announced For Barnes & Noble NYC

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Jim Starlin's upcoming Thanos original graphic novel gets released this August, and the fan-favorite Marvel Cosmic writer has announced he will be taking part in a signing for Thanos: The Infinity Revelation, which will see advanced copies released.

Starlin will be at the Barnes and Noble in NYC at:

Union Square
33 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
212-253-0810
Saturday, August 2 at 2pm ET.

Jim Starlin took to his Facebook page to announce the news:

I'm going to be doing a signing for early-release copies of Thanos: The Infinity Revelation at the Union Station Barnes and Noble on August 2nd. Come on down and meet and greet.

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There is an imbalance in the universe. And, since his latest return from oblivion, Thanos himself feels... incomplete. Now the so-called Mad Titan would put both wrongs right. A pilgrimage to Death's dark domain, and the revelatory waters of the Infinity Well, leads Thanos on a new quest, with a once sworn enemy at his side. A crusade that will bring confrontation with the Silver Surfer and the galaxy's mightiest heroes, the Annihilators. An odyssey that will change everything. Cosmic maestro Jim Starlin returns to his signature character in a tale of death and rebirth that will transform the Marvel Universe once more!

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