COMICS: Marvel Announces THANOS RISING From Jason Aaron And Simone Bianchi
Marvel has officially announced the April debut of writer Jason Aaron and artist Simone Bianchi's limited series Thanos Rising, which explores the origins of the infamous Mad Titan. Hit the jump for more details on the series.
Recently, Marvel Comics released a teaser for a new Marvel NOW! series from Jason Aaron (Thor: God Of Thunder) and Simone Bianchi (Wolverine), with the key word being "Birth". Many have been speculating that it could be a new Thanos origins series, since there was one in the works last year before being shelved. Now, Marvel has confirmed that Aaron and Bianchi will be working on the new limited series Thanos Rising, which begins this April. The series "delves into the origins of the universe’s most heinous villain, the death-loving Thanos. It affords readers a rare glimpse into the ultimate nihilist’s early days on his far-off home planet Titan and the major events that lead to his life of cosmic infamy." Thanos recently made his big screen debut in the mid credits scenes of last summer's Marvel's The Avengers, with the Mad Titan rumored to be the main villain in 2014's Guardians Of The Galaxy and/or 2015's The Avengers 2. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that the character will be given quite a bit of attention in the near future, especially with Thanos Rising giving fans a close look into the villain's origins. To see what Aaron and Bianchi have to say on taking on the series, as well as other details on the limited series, click the source link below.
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