Preview: Alan Davis And Mark Farmer’s ‘Clandestine Classic’ Up On ComiXology

by Olly MacNamee

For any younger readers out there, I must warn you that this is not a new comic book announcements, but rather a preview of a great under-rated comic book mini-series from comic royalty Alan Davis (who both writes and pencils this book)and Mark Farmer. It’s a book I thoroughly enjoyed and proof that not all 90s superhero comics were full of heroes with pouches and shoulder pads. I couldn’t help notice that Marvel have made it available on comiXology from today, Thursday 11th June, and so wanted to maybe suggest it to you, our discerning readers. Heres a look inside to give you an idea.
Collects Clandestine (1994) #1-8, Marvel Comics Presents #158 And X-Men & Clandestine #1-2.

For centuries they have lived among us – mysterious, elusive, unknowable…so what are they doing with brightly colored costumes and codenames?! Teenagers Rory and Pandora want to pull Alan Davis’s family of extra-normal outsiders into the world of heroes and villains, little knowing that M.O.D.O.K. and A.I.M. are waiting for them! Centuries-old patriarch Adam Destine knows the disastrous duo has a lot to learn about power and responsibility…and we all know who’s the web-spinning specialist on that, don’t we? Plus Adam and his super-powered scions join the X-Men in a demonic debacle against the sinister Synraith! Also guest-starring Doctor Strange, the Silver Surfer and the Invaders!

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