Dylan Burnett writes and draws a new series about ‘video game infused fighting’ that kicks off in May.
Dylan Burnett‘s new project promises to introduce a world of “fists, family, and video game infused fighting that will leave you speechless.” Skybound will publish Arcade Kings, which is written and drawn by Burnett beginning in May.
Burnett will be joined by colorists Walter Baiamonte and Sara Antonellini on the series.
“Get ready to rumble! I cannot wait for readers to get their hands on Arcade Kings,” said Amanda LaFranco, editor at Skybound. “Along with some incredible action and unique characters, Dylan has been able to weave a compelling story about family, brotherhood, and going all-in for the people you love. But really, it’s just flat-out fun! Both Walter and Sara’s colors are elevating each page with a vibrancy and emotion that’s inspired by our favorite classic arcade games, but for any fan of epic fights and general awesomeness.”
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Echo is back to her old self as she teams with Daredevil to fight an ancient evil beneath New York.
Fresh off of Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man, Black Eyed Peas member Taboo and co-writer B. Earl will continue their tour of the dark side of the Marvel universe in Daredevil & Echo, which will feature the return of the Demogoblin and an ancient evil that lives underneath New York City.
Echo, who has been rockin’ the Phoenix Force over in Avengers, is back to her normal self in this four-issue miniseries that’ll feature artwork by the incomparable Phil Noto.
“First off, Benny and I are blessed and thankful to be continuing our journey as Marvel writers,” Taboo said. “It’s an honor to be rocking this new Daredevil project along with the amazing mighty matriarch Echo. We are about to have a blast bringing the heat to Hell’s Kitchen! Can’t wait for the world check out this crazy ride! One love!”
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Zander Cannon, Karla Pacheco, Pere Pérez and more present new stories starring Spider-Rex, Spinstress and more.
If you thought the Spider-Verse was ending — and why wouldn’t you? It was right there in the title, “End of Spider-Verse” — think again. Marvel has announced another Edge of Spider-Verse anthology miniseries that will feature more Spider-themed stories and characters.
The first issue will include a cover by Patrick Brown as well as:
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