Hitch Goes to Image
Published: 01/04/2012 01:55am
Brian Hitch is leaving Marvel, he announced on Twitter, having completed his work on "Age of Ultron/Ultron War" with Brian Michael Bendis. This ends a ten year run with Marvel for Hitch.
Hitch will be launching a new title with British talk show host and writer Jonathan Ross at Image Comics, America’s Got Powers, he announced on CBR. The new series will launch in April. Ross described the series on Twitter as "teen wannabes slug it out on TV for a place in the world’s only official super-team."
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