Humberto Ramos and Edgar Delgado have done it again. This may be my favorite cover for DA yet. Love the angle. Love the coloring. And I especially like how Humberto has this big menacing templar (Sadatt) wielding this massive sword among these casually falling leaves. Awesome.
The direct sequel to Ender’s Game begins now! Thirteen-year-old Ender Wiggin has saved mankind from an alien threat. His reward? Exile. Branded a monster by those who feel threatened by his military genius, Ender is suddenly a hero without a home. Consumed with guilt, Ender must face his own demons and the people who are bent on stripping him of power. Based on the bestselling novel by science-fiction master Orson Scott Card.
Written by AARON JOHNSTON
Penciled by POP MHAN
Cover by SEBASTIAN FIUMARA
IDW and EA Comics have released the cover of Dragon Age #3, according to Exclamation Comics. Art by Humberto Ramos and color by Edgar Delgado. Looks fabulous. I’m really excited about this issue. And thrilled to be working on this series.
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Writers: Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston
Interior art: Mark Robinson
New cover just released. I’m so thrilled to be working on this project. I’ve long been a fan of Ender’s Game, and I was doing back flips when Orson Scott Card released the direct sequel Ender in Exile in November 2008. Beautiful art by Pop Mahn. Cover by Sebastian Fiumara. For some reason Marvel has billed me as Aaron William Johnston, with my middle name. Not sure why. This means that I now show up on their list of writers twice, once with my middle name and once without. Ah well. What do you do?
Note: This is the first cover to feature Ender’s new enemy, Admiral Quincy Morgan, and his love interest, Alessandra Toscano, a colonist heading to the planet Shakespeare with Ender.
Thirteen-year-old Ender Wiggin has a new assignment: governor of a colony planet. And Valentine, his sister, has given up everything to join him. But the starship carrying them to their destination carries a new enemy as well: Admiral Morgan, the captain of the ship. Determined to strip Ender of power and seize the governorship for himself, Morgan will do anything to undermine Earth’s youngest and greatest hero. Based on the bestselling novel by science-fiction master Orson Scott Card, the adaptation of the multiple award-winning Ender Wiggin series continues here! Parental Advisory …$3.99
IN STORES: July 8, 2010
COVER BY: SEBASTIAN FIUMARA
WRITER: AARON WILLIAM JOHNSTON
PENCILS: POP MAHN
INKS: POP MAHN
COLORED BY: JIM CHARALAMPIDIS
LETTERED BY: NEUROTIC CARTOONIST, INC
My newest one-shot in the Marvel Enderverse is now available. Ender fans (like myself) do not want to miss this one. This is an original story that Scott Card and I developed that’s never been told before: How did Peter and Valentine start and end The League War. Fantastic art by Timothy Green.