The complete volume of MIDNIGHT TIGER: STRONGER is clawing its way to a comic store near you soon!

MIDNIGHT TIGER: STRONGER TPB
Writer(s): Ray-Anthony Height (plots), Vito Delsante (scripts)
Artist Name(s): Éric Van Elslande (Art), Wilson Ramos, Jr. (Colors), Justin Birch (Letters)
Cover Artist(s): Éric Van Elslande
128 pgs./ T / FC
$14.99

Soon you’ll be able to get the complete STRONGER story arc, featuring the long-awaited return of Midnight Tiger, in your hands! Gavin Shaw, aka Midnight Tiger, faces-off against many foes this issue, including the Cutter Brothers, superpowered villains who are terrorizing Apollo Bay. He also learns a few surprises about the hero Lionsblood, who plays a huge part in Gavin’s future as a hero!

Midnight Tiger was created by Ray-Anthony Height (X-MEN BLUE/SUPERB), who developed the plot for this story arc. When asked about STRONGER, he said: “This new chapter in Midnight Tiger‘s Actionverse history will be incredibly exciting! Guaranteed to bring in a whole new crop of readers.”

This story arc is scripted by Vito Delsante (STRAY) and illustrated by Eric Van Elslande with colors by Wilson Ramos. Regarding the creative team, Delsante commented, “I know that a lot of readers were really expecting Ray to come on and dazzle everyone with his incredible art, or to see a different story told, but I think Eric, Wilson, Justin and I did right by the audience.” He went on to say, “I think what you’re getting here is a solid story of a teenage hero going through growing pains and working through them. I’m so happy we got Eric on art. Really proud of his work and I think a lot of fans will be impressed!”

What people said about the first Midnight Tiger mini-series:

“This is the stuff good comics are made of! This Tiger is pure gold!”
(World of Black Heroes)

“This title looks promising and it is definitely one that will provide some stellar action scenes!” (Fortress of Solitude)

“It really reminds me of the comics I read in high school and those are still some of my favorite issues to re-read and think about today. Hopefully Midnight Tiger will be that type of issue for a younger generation.” (Comic Bastards)