Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Some news

Well, it's been a while since I had anything to post, but finally something has happened worth sharing.

Another one of the characters from Bounty Hunter will be appearing in one of the War of the Independents' tie-in books.  The below in italics is taken from Peter Palmiotti's MySpace blog.

War of the Independents: Talon/Ezra/Bright Eyes    Triple Treat

Written by Peter Palmiotti, Mark Torres, Alan Abedessa, Dave Ryan, Swat/Scottie Watson, Sean O'reilly and many more! Trying for a multipal writer brainstorm kinda Disney/ Pixar thang!
Pencils - Swat/ Scottie Watson
Inks - Peter Palmiotti
Colors -Jeff Balke
Publisher - Looking
Release date; 2008-ish (will nail down)

Story - Talon, Ezra and Bright Eyes are on a mission to break out some very special prisoners and an army of undead are there to stop them! Leading the undead.... you'll just have to wait for the San Diego Comic Con and a big anouncement!!!

Pin-ups - Maja Szchoska, Swat/ Scottie Watson, Peter Palmiotti, James Jacja, Weshoyot, Anderw Mangum, more!

Making apperances are Atomic Robo by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener, Justice by Greg Weich, Ember by Larry Ragan, Burucu-Aja by Hector Rodriguez, Recovery by Sean Koury, Smiley Sherman by Ian Shires, Bandit by Virginia Mills-Barfield, Arachnid by Chris Bunhner, Dyna-Girl by Cary Kelly,Deathskull by Rolf Lejdegard, Pinnical by Troy Boyle, one of the Honor Brigade by Tom Stillwell, Puck, Patch, Eldritch, Fareriefire, and Azure by Carl Peckham (a good friend of mine who I'm glad to be a part of this, he gets 5 heroes!) and many more (if I asked for your charactor to show up in here and forgot to mention them here please send me a message!!!) ---Peter Palmiotti


So I'm really excited about this.  Especially since I'm a big fan of Atomic Robo.  I'm also trying to help get a few more characters for the book (give Pete and the others a bit more time to actually work on the book).  So far I've contacted Martheus Wade (Jetta) about his Turra- Gun Angel character, Scott Claringbold for his Rabid character, and Capture Comics' very own Chris Jones about his Fusion character (mentioned on here before as the Fortune and Glory Kid).  I even went out on a limb and e-mailed Robert Kirkman about the possibility of him lending out Invincible or his Wolf-Man character, although I'll be muchly surprised if that one happens.  LOL!

Anyway, I'll be sure to keep you updated on who gets in and who doesn't.

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