Peter David, Dale Keown and Germán Peralta present “Maestro” this summer.
The former Hulk creative team of Peter David and Dale Keown will reteam to tell the origin story of the Maestro, the evil, future version of the Hulk from the landmark Future Imperfect miniseries.
They’ll be joined by artist Germán Peralta as they reveal how the Maestro took over the world after a nuclear holocaust.
“I had no idea that when I first created the Maestro for Future Imperfect that he would have the kind of popularity and staying power he has now,” David told Marvel.com. “Until now, I’ve only been able to allude to his origins, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to explore them in this series, and I can’t wait for fans to see all the artwork that’s been coming in!”
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Neal Adams draws Marvel’s first family for the first time in ‘Fantastic Four: Antithesis.’
Neal Adams will draw a new story starring the Fantastic Four — his first time to draw the team in a full-length adventure.
“I have always had the sense of missing the chance to draw the Fantastic Four,” Adams told Marvel.com. “It was a quiet sense, since I’ve had every opportunity to do my favorites. More, I felt Kirby and Buscema had done it all, hadn’t they…? When Marvel’s Tom Brevoort asked if I’d like to do the Fantastic Four, I knew I had to ask for Galactus and the Silver Surfer as well. I am humbled and thankful to Tom for the opportunity.”
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The new Sandman Universe series will feature a nightmare named Ruin, by G. Willow Wilson and Nick Robles.
After wrapping up The Dreaming with issue #20 last month, DC Comics has announced the follow-up series by Ms. Marvel co-creator G. Willow Wilson and Euthanauts artist Nick Robles — The Dreaming: Waking Hours — will now debut in August.
The story will focus on Ruin, “the nightmare of catastrophic failure,” who finds his way into the waking world.
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The writer and singer shares a piece called ‘Pink Station Zero’ that could still become a comic some day.
Gerard Way has shared what’s described as “a character study he did for a comic that may come to life one day” on the site for an online coloring book he started with Sara Taylor of the musical duo Youth Code.
The Quarantine Coloring Book was started by Way and Taylor last month to offer free downloadable coloring pages for people to enjoy during the pandemic. They’re also raising money for the First Responders Children’s Foundation. The art for the project has come from comic artists like Becky Cloonan, Mike Allred and Gabriel Ba; musicians like Frank Iero and Jordan Buckley; and many others.
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The YA graphic novel by Laurie Halse Anderson, Leila del Duca, Kelly Fitzpatrick and Saida Temofonte arrives in June.
DC Comics has shared a new trailer for Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, a new young adult graphic novel drawn by the wonderful Leila del Duca.
She’s joined by author Laurie Halse Anderson, writer of books like Speak and Chain, colorist Kelly Fitzpatrick and letterer Saida Temofonte.
According to DC, the graphic novel “follows Diana as she is separated from her family and her home and becomes a refugee and immigrant in a new world. As Diana battles for social justice and discovers new friendships, she must grow into her strength to begin a new life away from Themyscira.”
Check out the trailer below:
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