Jeff Parker, Gabriel Hardman, and Ramon Rosanas continue their teaming with a new issue of Atlas #3.  Marvel released a sneak peek of the issue that arrives July 21, 2010.

ATLAS #3 (MAY100576)
Written by JEFF PARKER

They’ve entered the Heroic Age with the 3D Man at their side, but now Atlas must hope their combined might is enough to defeat a deadly threat from their past…or the Hidden City will fall. When the agent they need the most is sidelined, will Atlas make it out alive?

The issue has a cover price of $2.99.

via Marvel

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1 Comment

  1. Damascus
    June 30, 2010 at 3:09 am — Reply

    This looks amazing! I’ve loved all the Agents of Atlas stuff that’s come out so far, and since I’ve been poor I’m a little behind but this looks great. Plus, I love me some 3D Man. He was one of the cooler things about the Secret Invasion and he was one of the original members of the team back in the What If? issue in 1978. I’m also intrigued by what’s going on with the red fire stuff on people in there. Also the image of M-11 blasting jets and stuff is pretty sweet and I really liked that image showing everybody beaming up into the spaceship. The group has an odd assortment of members that all fit together really well, each character is written in such a way that you can kind of understand what their motivations are, and their actions make sense, except when they aren’t supposed to because we aren’t yet privy to those underlying motivations. Ken Hale is pretty funny too, without feeling like they’re trying too hard. Loved the series (Agents of Atlas) and will definitely pick up Atlas as well. A little shout-out to Sam Dunham for getting me to pick them up in the first place.

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