Fans of Cap Killer Ed Brubaker will probably be interested in his upcoming crime drama Incognito, hitting shelves in January.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that the company claims is a mash up of noir and super-heroics.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are teaming to bring a new noir-ish superhero tale from Marvel called Incognito. â€œIncognito is a project that Iâ€™ve been waiting to do for some time now,â€ said Brubaker. â€œWhere Sean and I previously explored a good guy pretending to be bad and losing sight of the difference, Incognito is the flipside.Â The story of a bad guy forced to be good, and what happens when he starts to go stir-crazy from the monotony of normal life.Â Itâ€™s a dark look at good and evil and pulp and noir all in one hard-hitting package.â€ MarvelÂ
Thereâ€™s no need to repeat my love for Peter Davidâ€™s X-Factor and its valiant leader, Jamie Madrox; Iâ€™ve said it all before. But X-Factor #32, once again proves to the world just why it is Jamie and the rest of X-Factor make for one of the best comics being produced at the moment. That being said, this issue did provide me with one frustration, which weâ€™ll get to at the very end.