Advanced Solicit: Image Announces ZERO from Ales Kot, Michael Walsh, and Jordie Bellaire

I am a big fan of up and coming artist, Michael Walsh (Comeback), and Ales Kot is on the verge of breaking through as one of the next comic book writers you’ll have to know. Jordie Bellaire is on the top of her game, coloring comics from every corner of the industry. These pieces make it sound like a winner already.

Image have given us an early look at their new series solicit for Zero #1, out in September, which seems so far away, but is not.

zero1-cover

ZERO #1
story ALES KOT
art MICHAEL WALSH & JORDIE BELLAIRE
cover A MICHAEL WALSH & TOM MULLER
cover B BECKY CLOONAN
cover C CHRIS BURNHAM

SEPTEMBER 18
32 PAGES / FC / M
$2.99

SAVING THE WORLD. ONE MURDER AT A TIME.
Edward Zero is the perfect execution machine – a spy who breaks the rules to get things done. When a stolen device appears in the center of a long-running conflict, Zero comes to retrieve it.  The problem is, the device is inside a living, breathing, bio-modified terrorist and there’s an entire army after it.

Comments

  1. daccampo daccampo says:

    Ales Kot is definitely a writer to watch. Sounds like an interesting premise and a good creative team. I’ll be checking it out.

  2. phess1 phess1 says:

    I read an interview with Kot talking about this but this sounds like someone went into my brain and created a comic specifically for me from the creators to the concept.

  3. Abjekt Abjekt says:

    Michael Walsh is great, really reminds me of Lark’s art. Don’t know much about Kot, but will have a flick through for sure.

    • AmirCat AmirCat says:

      Second on Walsh. I love is art and he is only getting better and better. I like Kot’s writing too and Bellaire is one of th ebest in the biz!

  4. I dig everyone involved here. Giving issue one a go for sure.

  5. dent309 dent309 says:

    Kot is pitching a perfect game to this point as far as I’m concerned so I’m definitely picking this up.

  6. Drumanespic Drumanespic says:

    Yep, this is going on my list. I’m enjoying Ales Kot’s ‘journey’ and am on for the ride.