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Appearing in 1st story

Featured Characters:

  • Samantha Rey (First appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Chrissie Burnham (First appearance)
  • El Cazador crew (First appearance) (1695)
    • Woodvine (First appearance) (1695)
    • Captain Sin (First appearance) (1695)
    • Vasquez (First appearance) (1695)
    • Lucifero (First appearance) (1695)

Antagonists:

  • Tamara Wachowski (First appearance)
  • Tamara's friends (First appearance)
  • Captain October's crew (First appearance) (1695)
    • Captain October (First appearance) (1695)

Other Characters:

  • Calico (First appearance)
  • Samantha's father (First appearance)
  • Miss Varley (First appearance)
  • Vanessa Rey (Mentioned in 1695 and grave in present)
  • God (Mentioned)
  • Mr. Cutwell (First appearance)
  • Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo (Mentioned)
  • Roberto (First appearance)
  • Beeb (Mentioned)
  • Hernán Cortés (Mentioned)
  • Luis de Moscoso Alvarado (Mentioned)

Locations:

Vehicles:

  • El Cazador (First appearance) (1695)

Synopsis for 1st story

  • Synopsis not yet written

Solicit Synopsis

In the war for forever, time is only an obstacle. Warriors jump from century to century, their battlefields span all of history but have led them to a stalemate. But now a 16 year old girl from present-day South Carolina will turn the tide. The symbol on her chest makes her part of this war, but will she save us or damn all of creation? New York Times best-selling scribe Mike Carey (Age of X, The Unwritten) and Leonard Kirk (New Mutants) begin the next great comic epic.

Notes

  • This comic serves as a reboot of the original Sigil comic series by CrossGen, which ran from July 2000 to December 2003, being one of the publisher's first four titles. When CrossGen went bankrupt, they were bought by The Walt Disney Company, who later transferred the rights to Marvel (who they also owned at the time) in 2010.

Trivia

  • Although the comic is a reboot of Sigil, it also includes a few references to another CrossGen title, El Cazador: namely, the presence of Captain Sin (the comic's main character, originally known as "Lady Sin") and the titular pirate ship.

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