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Bendis. Deodato. Heroes for Hire? (Spoilers)

Written by Jude Terror and Frank Miller on Thursday, November 29 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
Bendis. Deodato. Heroes for Hire? (Spoilers)

A tweet from The Great One Brian Bendis hints at a new Heroes for Hire Book. Spoilers for New Avengers #34 inside...

Source: The Twitter

Just now on Twitter, "The Great One" Brian Bendis posted the following:


hey Avengers fans! that was fun! 232 issues of crazy! is my last page hinting at a new book by me and  ??

Of course, the last page of New Avengers #34, for those who haven't read it, shows Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and Squirrel Girl walking away and talking about Heroes for Hire.

Fairly cut and dry there, folks.

The Great One is obviously trying to break Scott Lobdell's record for most books written for a single company at the same time.

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