Will Jason Aaron's Most Ambitious Series Be His Highest Ordered?

Will Jason Aaron's Most Ambitious Series Be His Highest Ordered?

Boom Studios had a huge blow this year when they snagged Jason Aaron and three Image artists for a year. The series is launching on the heels of an already massive, sold-out competition, with Stephanie Phillips and Flaviano''s, Christopher Cantwell, and A.L. Kaplan, as well as Simon Spurrier and Charlie Adlard.

The series Aaron''s first solo-written creative-owned debut in seven years could conclude as the biggest Boom launch yet. According to the long-time Avengers father, Aaron is the series'' most personal and creatively ambitious.

In a new musical set that is the most profound personal story I''ve ever written, you''ll want Maceo and Mezzy to take you on a journey to the wasteland.

Jenny Frison''s #1 variants will be released on THE END OF THE WORLD on October 17th.

In November, pic.twitter.com/t9UWPxv6O1 will be released.

Jason Aaron (@jasonaaron) October 13, 2022

To tell the story, unlike most prestige event series with 12 issues, like much of Tom King''s oeuvre or Boom''s own with Keanu Reeves, will need 15 issues. This is not surprising given the epic series is intended to chronicle the entire lifetime of two characters in a post-apocalyptic world.

It will certainly not be hurt that the first artistic partner on the series is none other than Alexandre Tefenkgi, who on snagged him and Pornsak Pichetshote a Harvey Award at New York Comic Con and an Eisner Award at San Diego before that. The artist of the second arc, ''''Leila Del Duca, is already talking about the project.

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Del Duca isn''t the only one who will be able to snag about Aaron''s X-Men counterpart Gerry Duggan calling the first issue the first.

Had the pleasure of following this first issue, and it is FANTASTIC. Order before Monday''s deadline or settle for reprints. https://t.co/QltKrQ6QVL

Gerry Duggan (@GerryDuggan) on October 13, 2022

The trio of artists, including final artist Nick Dragotta of East of West and Ghost Cage fame, will make cameos in each other''s arcs. Extendible!

Boom is certainly getting behind the series in a large way, giving the coveted front cover of the Previews catalogue alongside a murderer''s slew of choices and incentives, including Mike Del Mundo, Jungguen Yoon, and the recently revealed addition Jenny Frison, who sparked and expanded the sales market.

The initial orders for are already bigger than Aaron''s last Image launch, and should quickly outpace the launch before that, by the time the final bell for Final Order Cutoff on Monday night. It appears like Boom has just added a Local Comic Shop Day exclusive by Naomi Franquiz and extended returnability to the main cover.

The orders for come in as much as? For Jason Aaron''s first creative-owned series in seven years, there''s probably plenty of potential for Boom''s highest-ordered release of the year, but if not, we expect it to be an instant sell out and follow the trend of the recently concluded, and. After the FOC for #1 finals on Monday night, we''ll know!

STUDIOS SEP220360 (W) Jason Aaron (A) Alexandre Tefenkgi (CA) Mike Del Mundo, a former New York Times bestseller and author, has launched his most ambitious post-apocalyptic series to date, with the first of three unique artistic partners Eisner-winning artist Alexandre Tefenkgi (The Good Asian) to develop a vision of the end of the world. In stores, November 23, 2022 SRP: $4.99

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