On the Marvel Live Blog on Friday night, Marvel announced that Rob Williams, of ComX and 2000AD, and now working on Ghost Rider, was to be a Marvel exclusive – thankfully after he’d finished writing The Walking Dredd with Brendan McCarthy of course.
But of course Rob was mostly there to talk about the continuity-traversing The Iron Age mini-event happening this summer. Including its journey into the Alan Moore/Alan Davis Captain Britain era…
Yeah, okay, I’ll be buying that. I’m weak.
And so we have Williams and Isaacs on Iron Man Alpha, Williams and Ben Oliver on Captain Britain and Williams and Roberto De La Torre on the X-Men chapter.
Then Iron Age #1 has Christos Gage and Lee Weeks on Avengers, Jen Van Meter and Nick Dragotta on Heroes For Hire as well as Elliot Kalan and Ron Frenz on Fantastic Four in #2. And #3 has Louise Simonson and Todd Nauck on Dazzler.
Complete with Iron Man rolling skates too…
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