Devil's Due To Publish G.I. Joe Vs Transformers Sequel
Sunday, May 23rd, 2004 3:17am CDTCategories: Comic Book News, Press Releases
Devil's Due Publishing launches this September, the eagerly but previously unplanned sequel to the successful "G.I. Joe versus Transformers" series. With over 400,000 copies sold of the first series, DDP is happily giving in to fan pressure (and threats of bodily harm - haha) and producing another installment of the popular alternate universe.
In the new series, picking a few years after the original, Cybertronian (Transformer) technology has found its way into our own on Earth. The fragmented Cobra organization now uses this for their own purposes, but the Military isn't without their own. In issue one, Cobra Commander has set his sights on a highly advanced prototype Cybertronian computer that could make his forces unstoppable. Of course things go haywire, and the problems result in an epic story of time travel, military action, and science fiction.
Exciting and unpredictable, writer Dan Jolley weaves a riveting story for artists Tim Seeley and E.J. Su to bring to life. Previous works by Mr. Jolley and Mr. Su include Voltron and Micronauts, while Mr. Seeley has penciled his way through G.I. Joe and Hack/Slash. The art duo with share duties, with Tim Seeley supplying figures, and E.J. Su masterminding the mechanical designs and backgrounds.
Founded in 1999, Devil's Due Publishing began as a commercial art studio and a small press comic book publisher. Since then the company has grown to one of the largest independent comic book studios in the industry. Launching in the mainstream publishing in 2004, Devil's Due Publishing has gained a reputation for highly regarded creative teams and innovative thinking.
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