This one’s a little more surreal than usual.
First up, over at our regular Image Comics stop…
story JOE KEATINGE
art ROSS CAMPBELL & ULISES FARINAS
cover NATE BELLEGARDE
32 PAGES / FC / T+
"WAR TORN," Part One
The entire first year of Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell’s GLORY saga has been leading to this: Glory vs. Silverfall. PLUS: a special flashback sequence illustrated by Ulises Farinas finally revealing why Glory was near death when Riley found her.
"WAR TORN" is THE BIG ONE. The story arc the entire series has been leading up to. We’re going to get a whole new perspective on stuff brewing from our very first issue and finally tie off a lot of threads that have been hanging there for almost a year.
HELL YEAH #6 is being resolicited for JANUARY. Not only will this catch us up, but it’ll give us a chance to properly advertise our all-new cover artist, Ricken, and give retailers a better idea of the art time, which is certainly looking better than ever now that Fabio Redivo has taken over inks.
And now, for something completely different.
From Marvel Comics.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #699.1
Dan Slott & Joe Keatinge (W) • Al Barrionuevo (A)
Cover by STEFANO CASELLI
• As Doctor Octopus’ schemes take shape, MORBIUS THE LIVING VAMPIRE returns with a Vengenace!
• Will he be able to resist the siren song of blissful bloodsucking or will Spider-Man sling him straight back into the slammer?
• Your first look at next month’s all-new Morbius ongoing series.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99
You guys have no idea how surreal/appropriate it is my first published work at Marvel is an issue of Amazing Spider-Man.
Check me out at age four.
Little dude knows what’s up.
It’s like he’s Babe Ruthing a home run he won’t hit for another 26 years.
And yes, I can confirm that is definitely a Spider-Man sweatshirt.
Anyway, yeah, well beyond stoked about this. It’s a big lead in - more or less an issue #0 - for the ongoing Morbius: The Living Vampire series I’m doing with illustrator Rich Elson.
It’s gonna be good, folks.