That solicit for Mr Terrific #7 in full

MISTER TERRIFIC #7
Written by ERIC WALLACE
Art by GIANLUCA GUGLIOTTA and WAYNE FAUCHER
Cover by J.G. JONES
On sale MARCH 14 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
When a mysterious ghost ship appears in Los Angeles harbor, Mister Terrific must investigate his strangest case yet! Supernatural horror quickly gives way to a nuclear nightmare as L.A.’s protector uncovers a terrorist plot to destroy the city. But while Mister Terrific fights for the City of Angels, a shocking new villain rises from the ashes of betrayal. Get ready to meet Digitus, the unstoppable monstrosity who can outthink Mister Terrific!

Okay, so let’s break that down just a little. First up, Mr Terrific wil be fighting a ghost ship. If we remember our film history correctly, that means he should keep an eye out for topless ghosts and precarious steel cabling. Also, that nobody should ever rent the film “Ghost Ship” from Netflix. Not worth it, guys!

So not only is this going to be a ghost ship attacking LA, but the ghost ship also appears to have nuclear capability. These ghosts are more technologically advanced than most Asian countries! These are terrorist ghosts, looking to launch a spectral barrage upon the West Coast of America. They have ghost machine guns. This is crazy.

While that’s going on, this guy called “Digitus” is ALSO going to attack Mr Terrific. He sounds like he is made from computer code, and is either going to play a blinding round of chess OR try to kill our hero. One of the two.

This has been your quick roundup of the March solicitation for Mr Terrific #7.

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