Written by Jude Terror
on Saturday, October 12 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Ales Kot and Garry Brown will serve as creative team on the new series announced at Marvel's 'Events, Events, and More Events' panel at New York Comic Con today.
In the final new series announcement coming out of Marvel's "Events, Events, and More Events" panel, Ales Kot and Garry Brown will bring readers a new Iron Patriot series. Here's a quote from Marvel Editor Mark Paniccia from CBR:
Rhodey's been a Secret Avenger, he's done a lot of global special ops missions, and he gets fed up with it. The series is about James Rhodes becoming his own man, away from Iron Man.
We here at The Outhouse think it's great that Rhodey is finally tying to be his own man after thirty years, but we have to question the effectiveness of wearing an Iron Man suit painted slightly differently in achieving that goal. It's like trying to get over your ex-girlfriend by keeping pictures of you and her together all over your house, constantly visiting her facebook page, and doing nothing but talk about her every time you go on a date with someone else.
Iron Patriot #1 will be in stores in March.
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