The Word After “Mother”: Creative Team Behind Marvel Now “Superior” Project Announcedon October 5, 2012 at 6:53 pm
Marvel has released a new one-word Marvel Now teaser… kinda. And, well, so much for that Miracleman theory.
There’s still no specific word as to what Marvel’s “Superior” tease from a couple weeks back means, but thanks to Marvel releasing a new version of the image to USA Today, we at least have a creative team attached… which you can see after the jump.
So yeah; whatever this project is, it will be written by Dan Slott, with Ryan Stegman, Humberto Ramos and Giuseppe Camuncoli somehow splitting up the art duties. Presumably. Given only the word “superior,” for all we really know for sure, this could be describing the quality of coffee they will now be brewing professionally for Ike Perlmutter.
But let’s be serious: Dan Slott writes The Amazing Spider-Man. Humberto Ramos and Giuseppe Camuncoli have been all but alternating drawing The Amazing Spider-Man this year. Ryan Stegman’s been drawing Scarlet Spider. And now the text of “superior” is red and blue.
This is gonna be a Spider-Man book. Either that, or Dan Slott just wants us to know how much he really, REALLY fucking loves Wisconsin. *
One way or the other, the details will be announced to retailers at next weekend’s New York Comic Con.
* Yes, that joke sucked. In my defense, it’s not my fault that Marvel chose to release breaking news while I was very, very drunk.