Press Release

Aspen Comics is thrilled to reveal the absolutely incredible, gorgeous cover art for IDOLIZED #1, drawn by the legendary ARTHUR ADAMS.

IDOLIZED #1 will feature 3 covers:

Cover A will be the stunning piece you see here from the legendary Arthur Adams, but in full color (colors by the amazing Peter Steigerwald).

Cover B will be an equally stunning photo cover starring supermodel Rachel Clark.

Cover C, a limited-edition incentive cover, will have the Art Adams cover as you see it above, in black & white, exactly as he presented it to us.

IDOLIZED #1 will be in stores on August 8th.  And, while awaiting the release of IDOLIZED #1, don’t forget to pick up your copy of IDOLIZED #0, with a cover by “Lady Mechanika”‘s JOE BENITEZ, when it hits the stands on June 27th.  The special zero issue sets the stage for this thrilling new series, and includes many pages of bonus materials that flesh out the world of IDOLIZED.

What would a real world filled with superheroes look like? In this all-new series it gets ugly, as a young woman named Joule reveals her tortured past and her desperate attempt for revenge, all while auditioning in front of the cameras and judges of the hot new TV show “SuperHero Idol”.  IDOLIZED begins here, as we experience the initial audition that will make Joule a household name in homes across America, and we begin to get glimpses of the dark secrets she’s hiding that will lead to her shocking downfall…

IDOLIZED is a creator-owned comic, from the writer of MELTDOWN (Image) and Fathom: Blue Descent (Aspen), with artwork by MICAH GUNNELL (“Shrugged”), colors by DAVID CURIEL (“Dead Man’s Run”) and covers by ART ADAMS, JOE BENITEZ, KERON GRANT, MICAH GUNNELL and HUMBERTO RAMOS.

For more information on IDOLIZED, visit and “like” www.Facebook.com/IDOLIZEDComic.

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2 Comments

  1. June 16, 2012 at 12:50 pm — Reply

    Y’know, say what you will about Fanservice drawings, at least Arthur Adams’ figures show the existence of gravity…

  2. superman1930
    June 17, 2012 at 1:16 pm — Reply

    This sounds like another reality show superhero comic book America’s Got Powers.There are so many reality shows out there.

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