Marvel sent out another single-word All-New Marvel NOW teaser today, this time advertizing genetically engineered super-writer Cullen Bunn and (as far as we know non-GMO) artist Gabriel Hernandez Walta. The tagline is INFAMOUS, and though we have no idea what the book will be about, it's great to see Bunn on something new after the premature cancellation of Fearless Defenders and the end of his Venom run. Seriously, it could be a twelve-issue maxi-series about Wolverine dealing with constipation (eventually, he's just gonna have to stick a claw up there) and we'd buy every issue.
I know, I know. I know what you're thinking. Every time Marvel puts one of these out, we make fun of the crappy photoshop job, the cheezy nature of these single word teasers, and Marvel's penchant for canceling and relaunching series to boost sales, but now that they've put one out for Outhouse favorite Cullen Bunn, we're not going to make fun of it. And you're right. We're not. Because Bunn rules. Deal with it.
Actually, we do have one theory on what the book could be about:
Below is the teaser in all its sleek, gradient-infused glory.
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