Preview: Incognito: Bad Influences #1

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We get a lot of previews in our in-box — 146 a day from Marvel’s Arune Singh alone — but we can’t run them all nor would we want to. But we can’t help but be tempted by the prospect of another Brubaker/Phillips production, this time Incognito: Bad Influences #1.

The Eisner Award-winning team of Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Val Staples present the most anticipated super hero noir series of the century, as Zack Overkill heads deeper into the criminal underworld than ever before. This is the mission that’ll redefine his life…if he can find a way to survive long enough.


The book goes on sale on October 20.

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Comments

  1. I hope that it’s amazingly successful, so much so that both messrs Brubaker and Phillips can do CRIMINAL for as long as they like, as many issues as they like. And Val Staples’ colors are still very sweet.

  2. jacob lyon goddard says:

    :/

    i miss Lowlife.

    i doubt it ever made Brubaker a single red cent, but it was some damn fine comics.

  3. Is that The Hood? I thought that character got real interesting right after the Skrull thing, but I haven’t been keeping up with the mainstream for a good long while. Looks very noir, tho.

    Man. Noir is totally back. It’s just in the comics now.

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