At last year's Image Expo, superstar writer James Robinson announced a new project with Greg Hinkle called Airboy, a meta-fictional story about Robinson and Hinkle relaunching the 1940s comic series Airboy. Apparently the project was so metafictional that it hasn't even been released as a comic. According to Robinson at this year's Image Expo, however, he's totally still working on that project. That hasn't stopped him, however, from announcing something new: Heaven, a religious satire sci-fi future fantasy comic about humans going to war with God. With Billy Tan on art, Robinson claims, "you may see this book before 'Airboy."
We'll believe it when we see it, Robinson.
Look for Heaven and Airboy in this or an alternate universe sometime in the near or far future. Probably.
UPDATE: Here's the official synopsis and some artwork:
James Robinson (The Saviors) and Phillip Tan (SPAWN, Uncanny X-Men) team up for an all-new space opera series titled HEAVEN.
HEAVEN introduces readers to a distant future where the forces or man and alien combined have used religion to conquer this universe and are now ready, about to invade the next one -- Heaven itself. The "Good War" between man and angel will span galaxies and dimensions, building to a final conflict that threatens to negate all of reality itself. Along the way many players on both sides of the war will be featured; soldiers, spies and politicians all with different goals and agendas even as their two distinct and differing realities explode around them.