Ragman Gets A Mini-Series From DC In October By Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda, And Eva De La Cruz

Ragman is getting his own mini-series from DC Comics this October! From the creative team of writer Ray Fawkes, artist Inaki Miranda, and colorist Eva de la Cruz, with covers by Guillem March.

Ragman Gets A Mini-Series From DC In October By Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda, And Eva De La Cruz

The six issue series was revealed via an EXCLUSIVE on CBR, but whatever deal DC worked out with the website prevented them from plastering their ugly watermark all over the artwork, which you can view below.

Though the character hasn't had his own series since 2010, Ragman was recently featured in Season 5 of the television show Arrow, so the new book hopes to capitalize on that and bestow the sacred gift of synergy upon the DCU.

Here's the book's official description:

War vet Rory Regan is plagued by the death of his time after a failed mission to find a hidden treasure in the Israeli desert. While battling survivor's guilt back home in Gotham City, Regan discovers that he actually bought the treasure back home with him, in the form of the Suit of Souls. The Suit of Souls has the ability to trap and collect the souls of others, including those of his dead partners.

With the aid of his dead teammates, Rory begins to learn more about the abilities of the suit, when something evil begins to brew in Gotham. An evil demon from hell wants the Suit of Souls, and is sending his minions to retrieve it for him. Now Rory must learn how to use the suit and its powers to stop these evil forces from invading Gotham City before it's too late.

Ragman #1 hits stroes on October 11.

Ragman Gets A Mini-Series From DC In October By Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda, And Eva De La Cruz Ragman Gets A Mini-Series From DC In October By Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda, And Eva De La Cruz Ragman Gets A Mini-Series From DC In October By Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda, And Eva De La Cruz Ragman Gets A Mini-Series From DC In October By Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda, And Eva De La Cruz

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