BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a super-sized sneak peek of Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero #1 by Mark Waid and Chad Hardin.

Press Release

Hot on the heels of BOOM!’s bestselling STAN LEE’S SOLDIER ZERO #1, BOOM! Studios released today a full 10 page preview of the next hit series from BOOM! and Stan Lee,  STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER. Written by IRREDEEMABLE’s Mark Waid and drawn by AMAZING SPIDER-MAN’s Chad Hardin, STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER is sure to be the next in-demand book from BOOM! Studios.

To help retailers meet demand, BOOM! Studios is offering a 3% incentive on advanced reorders for STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER #1 through Diamond Comic Distributors.

Shipping this November, STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER is the second of three new ongoing superhero series brought to you by BOOM! Studios and Stan Lee. STAN LEE’S SOLDIER ZERO #1 hit store shelves last week and quickly became the bestselling BOOM! book of all time. Written by Paul Cornel and Javier Pina, STAN LEE’S SOLDIER ZERO #1 has garnered praise from all quarters. This December, New York Times bestselling author Chris Roberson writes STAN LEE’S STARBORN, drawn by Khary Randolph. Six of the seven covers for STAN LEE’S STARBORN were revealed earlier this morning. The seventh cover, which will be signed by Stan Lee, is to be revealed at a later date.

STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER #1, currently available for pre-order from your local comic book store, is written by Eisner and Harvey Award-nominee Mark Waid (KINGDOM COME, IRREDEEMABLE) with art by Chad Hardin (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) and ships with seven covers, including A & B covers in a 50/50 split by Scott Clark and Chad Hardin respectively, a 1-in-25 incentive by Joe Benitez, 1-in-50 Undressed Scott Clark Variant, 1-in-75 Undressed Chad Hardin, 1-in-150 Undressed Joe Benitez Variant and a special 1-in-300 Stan Lee signed variant cover with all new cover art by Paul Rivoche. STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER #1 carries a Diamond Code of SEP100889 and is shipping this November.

About POW! Entertainment
(Purveyors of Wonder) Entertainment, Inc. (Pinksheets: POWN) An advanced media and entertainment company, POW! was founded by Stan Lee together with award winning producer Gill Champion and intellectual property attorney Arthur Lieberman, Esq. to create, produce and license original intellectual properties. POW! specializes in franchises for the entertainment industry, including animation and live-action feature films, plus television, DVDs, video games, merchandising and related ancillary markets, all of which contribute to global expansion.

About BOOM! Studios
BOOM! Studios ( 2009 “Best Publisher” of the year, generates a wide-ranging catalog of multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated comic books and graphic novels featuring some of the industry’s top talent, including Philip K. Dick’s DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?, 20th Century Fox’s 28 DAYS LATER and DIE HARD, The Henson Company’s FARSCAPE, and the original Mark Waid series IRREDEEMABLE. This fall sees BOOM! teaming up with the legendary Stan Lee, creator of Marvel Comics’ characters Spider-Man, The Hulk, and The X-Men for a line of original superhero series, the legend’s first new superhero creations in nearly 20 years. BOOM!’s youth imprint, BOOM Kids!, is an undisputed industry leader publishing Disney/Pixar’s THE INCREDIBLES, CARS, and TOY STORY, as well as Disney’s THE MUPPETS, DONALD DUCK, UNCLE SCROOGE and WALT DISNEY’S COMICS AND STORIES. This year, BOOM! Studios celebrates its fifth anniversary.

via BOOM! Studios

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