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Mark Millar and Frank Quitely made a sizable splash with the release of JUPITER’S LEGACY almost three years ago. Announced a few months back, the follow-up to the hit series now has a firm release date along with a whole host of variant covers. Join Hutch and Chloe for the debut of Volume 2 on June 29th.
FROM THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:
JUPITER’S LEGACY RETURNS
WITH ALL-NEW STORY
The comic book series of the century
will take readers on an emotional, action-packed ride
The sequel to the industry sales-beast JUPITER’S LEGACY is back and it boasts monthly jaw-dropping, eye-popping story from bestselling creators Mark Millar (CHRONONAUTS, HUCK, Kingsman: The Secret Service) and Frank Quitely.
In JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1, superhero offspring Hutch and Chloe have come out of hiding with son Jason to assemble a team of super-crooks from around the globe.
JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1 will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, June 29th. The final order cutoff deadline for comic book retailers is Monday, June 6th.
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover A by Quitely (Diamond Code: APR160648)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover B by Jae Lee (Diamond Code: APR160649)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover C by Mike Mayhew (Diamond Code: APR160650)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover D Blank Cover (Diamond Code: APR160651)
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #1, Cover E Quitely Sketch Cover (Diamond Code: APR160652)
JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 1 trade paperback (ISBN: 978-1632153104) collects the first story arc of the series—issues #1-5, and is available at comic book stores now. It can be ordered now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, andIndigo.
Select praise for JUPITER’S LEGACY:
“Millar and Quitely have constructed a world as rich and vibrant as our own, peopled with individuals who are neither heroes nor villains.” —IGN
“It definitely lives up to the hype.” —Bloody Disgusting
“What Millar and Quitely do here, and do so well, is show us a world where superheroes exist, yet nothing is better, then invite us to consider what that says about the way we have chosen to abdicate responsibility in favor of comfort. I wish more creators were willing to push the boundaries of the genre in such a compelling way.” —Newsarama
“Elegantly written and drawn… this is a book to be proud of.” —Comic Book Resources
“Mark Millar and Frank Quitely have successfully created a new superhero universe.” —Comic Vine