Or – “That OTHER Marvel Universe…” There have been a lot of complaints about the event-driven nature of today’s comics industry but if you look hard enough, you can find books that don’t force you to tie in to everything else going on, and maybe even feature guest-appearances from people who aren’t X-Men. But, does that necessarily make them a better reading experience?
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Skaar: King of the Savage Land #1 from Rob Williams and Brian Ching.
Marvel has announced a new limited series from Rob Williams and Brian Ching, that puts Skaar and Ka-zar at odds with one another over who rules the Savage Land. “The Savage Land is a time capsule containing every lost wonder in history, and Skaar is going to crack it wide open! Forgotten gods, dinosaurs, robots, and more than one lost Marvel hero rediscovered,” says Marvel Editor John Denning. “It’s gonna be an inter-tribal war that will literally reshape the landscape of the Marvel U!”
Featuring, in this issue: Beauties and Beasties and Big Bad Wolves! Faceless Fellows Furiously Fighting! Someone’s Son Seems Superhuman! Plus: Kidnappings, Outings, and Crime, oh my! Half-sister Christian, oh, the time has come! Comfortable surfaces for your pet rodent! SKAAR… IS COMING. And: LOBSTER STICKS TO MAGNET!! KOWA KOWA!! You don’t drink, you don’t smoke, what do you do? Subtle innuendo follows, there must be something inside… Settle in, grab a frosty beverage to wash down your hamburger (the CORNERSTONE of every nutritious breakfast) and get ready for the good, the bald, and the wonderful personality. We’re gonna totally blow
Skaar and Princess Omaka are going to have to play nice in the sandbox if they hope to save those fleeing from Axeman Bone’s barbarians.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Skaar: Son of Hulk #3 by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney and Butch Guice.
Bwah? Skaar: Son of Hulk #1 does arrive in stores today, but I’m going to bet if you take this birth certificate to your local Social Security Office (it’s one of those weird U.S. things that have a lot of promise, but will never pay off for my generation), I’m going to bet you get your butt hauled off to jail. via Marvel