Comic book fans are waiting for Marvel Comic’s “indie project,” an unnamed anthology that throws independent comic artists into the Marvel universe.
Recently Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada revealed more about the indie project list: “Just to name a few of the talents involved, we’ve got Paul Pope, Stan Sakai, Paul Hornschemeier, Dash Shaw, Junko Mizuno, Jim Rugg, Corey Lewis … and a bunch more small press superstars contributing some truly amazing stories. We just got some outstanding pages in from the cartoonist JASON and I gotta tell you, this is going to be one awesome book.”
Robot 6 posted more news on the project, suggesting that Marvel should add one comic in particular: Jeffrey Brown‘s take on Wolverine. The artist behind the graphic novel, “Clumsy” did a short piece pitting a slacker Wolverine against hordes of zombies. (Image via Comics Bulletin)
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