LoveSTRUCK in stores THIS Wednesday!

Over four years in the making, LoveSTRUCK finally hits this week. Kevin and I have waited a long time to see this thing in print. Please stop by your shop, pick one up and let me know what you think.



As part of our LoveSTRUCK promotional tour, Kevin and I will be doing signings at all of the St. Louis area FANTASY SHOP locations.

9/28 - Florissant 11am - 2pm  (with Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt)

9/28 - St. Charles 4pm - 8pm  (with Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt)

9/30 - Maplewood 12pm - 3pm

9/30 - South County 5pm - 8pm


See you there!




X-Men Cover

Marvel released all of the Season One OGN covers on Friday, so I thought I'd show off the X-Men cover.  I honestly don't know who painted these but think they're great.  The line will have a really distinctive and cohesive look.

Also, over at CBR, Tom Brevoort talks a little bit more about the Season One project in this week's Talk to the Hat.



X-Men: Season One

From USA Today:

For those who don't want to read their granddaddy's old comics, Marvel is launching a Season One line of original graphic novels — the publisher's first — next year to honor the company's 50th anniversary. The hardcover books star a new, young generation of today's comic creators bringing a modern voice and sensibility to tales of classic Marvel heroes and teams.

The first wave of four graphic novels will include:

Fantastic Four: Season One by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Stephen King's The StandGlee) and David Marquez (Secret Warriors), due out in February;

X-Men: Season One by Dennis Hopeless (Legion Of Monsters) and Jamie McKelvie (Phonogram), on sale in March;

Daredevil: Season One by Antony Johnston (Daredevil) and Wellinton Alves (Nova), in April;

Spider-Man: Season One by Cullen Bunn (Fear Itself: The DeepSixth Gun) and Neil Edwards (Fantastic Four), arriving in May.

You can check out the full article HERE.

I didn't know it was being announced today so I don't know how much I can talk about yet.  But I already love writing this book and I can't believe Jamie McKelvie is drawing it.  So fucking cool.  More on this later, for sure.

Jamie's Season One Cyclops: