New Loners series to star Turbo & Darkhawk

Wizard Universe announces (perhaps prematurely) that Marvel will be publishing a Loners comic, spinning off from Runaways (where the team was referred to as Excelsior). Turbo and Darkhawk will return, along with Julie “Lightspeed” Power, Phil Urich and Ricochet. There will also be some new faces, one of which comes from a plot thread in Alias. The creative team will be writer C.B. Cebulski (who collaborated with Runaways writer Brian K. Vaughan when formulating Loners), artist Karl Moline and colorist Christina Strain (who has colored Runaways from the beginning of that series). The comic will debut in January. Issue one will focus on the new member and Darkhawk. Read the full Wizard article, including comments from Cebulski and character sketches by Moline of Turbo and one of the new characters, right here. Cebulski spoke with Newsarama and CBR News (which states the series starts in February) about the title and revealed that the comic is slated for six issues for now, but will continue if sales allow it.

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  • PaxHouse  On September 13, 2006 at 3:25 pm

    Slight correction should’ve been made toward the LONERS Report….

    It’s Julie Power, and not Katie {AKA Energizer}……..

  • newwarriors  On September 13, 2006 at 4:23 pm

    Thank you PaxHouse! Just fixed it.

  • PaxHouse  On September 20, 2006 at 8:17 am

    Found a ‘Site in which has some of KARL MOLINE’s Artwork (if you’re wondering about the LONERS Series and didn’t know about his previous work on ROGUE (Ongoing) Series……

    And the link is @…….

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