Adi Granov Promises Astonishing Captain America With Andy Diggle “Soon”

Astonishing Captain AmericaIn a recent interview with Adi Granov, he answers the questions;

When can fans expect to see you penciling interiors again?

There are always talks about it, but it has to be the right project from many different perspectives. I did an issue of something coming out soon, but no immediate plans to do a whole book. If I was just to pencil it, then I could do it on a regular schedule, but everyone, including Marvel, want my painted style, and that is very time consuming and such a huge time commitment from my side, that it’s hard to make work.

Which comic is coming out soon?

“Astonishing Captain America.”

adi-granov-captain-america-hail-hydra-4-apr2011Now, Astonishing Captain America is one of those missing comics. Written by Andy Diggle and drawn by Granov, this five issue series was meant to be published in the first half of 2011 and then just… disappeared.

When a top-secret orbital research station is dragged from the sky by an unknown alien force, army-of-one Steve Rogers finds himself caught between two global superpowers on the brink of war! But how does it involve Volkov, a Russian officer he last crossed paths with during the closing days of World War II, and who disappeared on an ill-fated lunar mission over forty years ago?

Looks like it may be coming back! Though we may only get the one issue from Granov…

 

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