Written by ThanosCopter
on Wednesday, July 23 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
It's as if these announcements are lining up with some sort of convention or something.
Source: Hero Complex
John Arcudi and James Harren, the creative team behind several BRPD titles over at Dark Horse, have announced a new, creator-owned series called Rumble. The series features a "Conan" like barbarian scarecrow fighting grotesque creatures in a world populated by humans, monsters and psychotic skinheads.
No, you didn't just have a stroke, that's actually what the book is about.
Image also describes the series as a "Louis CK television series directed by David Fincher", I'm going to pretend that I know what those words mean, and presume this will be a pretty cool comic. Rumble premieres in November.
Here's a look at theprotagonist Conan-scarecrow:
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ThanosCopter is a specially designed helicopter built to transport Thanos the Mad Titan. Built by Sterling Custom Helicopters, ThanosCopter appeared in several Marvel comics, before being abandoned by its owner during the character's ascension into major villainy. ThanosCopter was discovered by the Outhouse and given a second chance at life. He now buzzes merrily around the comic book industry, spreading snark, satire and humor like candy to small children.
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