THIS IS THE START OF NEW DIVERSE SUPERHEROES AND MYTHOLOGIES...

What happens when magic gives humanity superpowers? Chaos. In this cultural and socially relevant story, meet American tall-tale legend, John Henry, in a universe-wide event that will take our world from normal to paranormal in this jam-packed, 21-page introduction to the beginning of the Arclight Universe.

  • Get 21 Pages of beautiful, high-resolution art and story
  • Zero advertisements for full story enjoyment
  • Experience full story immersion in a fully-colored issue
  • See the world changing event that will change the ordinary to extraordinary
  • Digital download only—so you can dive into the universe right away
  • Discover the new mythology behind John Henry—the Steel Drivin' Man

MEET ARCLIGHT'S JOHN HENRY

John Henry—the man, the myth, the American tall-tale—rises to a new mythology in this action-packed, 21 page issue that recreates the African-American legend into an icon in the Arclight Universe.

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As someone who doesn’t usually buy comics issue-by-issue and decides to wait instead for a collection or anthology to be released…I can say with absolute certainty that my $4 was well-spent.
—stigma42, Peep Game Comix

I don’t face harassment, I don’t leave my house fearing for my life, and I don’t have the problems that marginalized groups have to live with every day, but I think my privilege actually spins this tale into a message that can be used as a teaching moment for people who don’t understand what being in the minority is like.
—stigma42, Peep Game Comix

MEET THE CREATORS

ED WILLIAMS

Writer

MIGUEL RUIZ

Pencils and Inks

TIM WASNEY

Color Artist

CARLOS AMARAL

Cover Artist

…to create worlds like these, it takes a great amount of imagination, hard work and originality…that is what I think of when I read The Passing, as what this creative team does, more than shifts the paradigm, it changes the game.
—Graphic Policy

…a commanding first issue, which grabs the reader with familiar world-building and adds more depth where it would have been a rewriting of legends. The story by Edward Williams is brilliant, insightful and engages the reader like few have done before. The art by Miguel Angel Ruiz is luminous and gorgeous.
—Graphic Policy

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