Joe Quesada Will Draw The Super Secret Final Pages For Age Of Ultron
For the past few months Marvel have been making some pretty big promises concerning Brian Bendis and Bryan Hitch‘s Age of Ultron event. The series will change the face of the Marvel Universe and mean big changes for a lot of characters. With fans finding some of the endings of the most recent big events a little lackluster, and a lot of the details being spoiled before the comics comes out, Marvel are trying to change that by doing things a little differently.
That’s where Marvel CCO Joe Quesada comes in. Joey Q will draw the final pages of Age of Ultron #10, the big shocking conclusion coming out this June. Hitch has already drawn the book, but Quesada will come in for the last few pages. This means that nobody except Bendis and Quesada will know what happens. I wouldn’t expect it to be revealed by the press, like most of the other big events, either. Read the full press release below. What do you think of this news? Do you think it will live up to the hype?
It’s the ending to end all endings this June, as Marvel is proud to announce that blockbuster comic book artist and Marvel CCO, Joe Quesada, will be illustrating the closing pages of the undoubtedly epic Age of Ultron finale! What does this mean for the critically-acclaimed event? You won’t know for sure until June, but with Quesada on board — this is one finale you can’t miss!
With Ultron wreaking havoc on the Marvel Universe and only a few surviving heroes left to stop him, the situation looks bleak. Do our heroes have what it takes to bring down the deadly artificial intelligence before it destroys the world? It all culminates in one explosive and exciting final chapter in Age Of Ultron #10—with an ending no one will see coming!
AGE OF ULTRON #10
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art by CARLOS PACHECO, BRYAN HITCH & JOE QUESADA
Cover by BRANDON PETERSON
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Source : CBR