Marvel Chief Creative Officer and renowned comic book artist, Joe Quesada, will be jumping in on art duties for the ending that “no one will see coming” in the final pages of Brian Michael Bendis’s “Age of Ultron #10.” How this book will flow with so many artists sticking their hand in the cookie jar is something that concerns me, but given the explanation for the different art teams working on this book (which we explained here) maybe there will be another reason for this change of art style. It all remains to be seen when “Age of Ultron #10” hits this June.
Read the official Marvel press release below.
Acclaimed Artist and Marvel CCO Joe Quesada Joins Brian Michael Bendis For Jaw-Dropping AGE OF ULTRON Finale!
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!
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“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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