'Miss Fury' #1 in April
1940s Heroine Returns
Published: 01/16/2013, Last Updated: 01/17/2013 04:22am
Miss Fury, the cat-suited character from the 1940s, is returning this spring with Miss Fury #1, releasing in April. Published by Dynamite Entertainment, the issue is written by Rob Williams (Venom, Uncanny X-Force) and drawn by Jack Herbert, with covers by J. Scott Campbell, Paul Renaud, Alex Ross, and Will Conrad. In addition, an exclusive Alex Ross variant cover will be offered, with quantities based on initial retailer orders.
Miss Fury #1 is a time travel tale, hurling the heroine from the past to the present (and back again?), where World War II still rages on. It is up to Miss Fury, whose sanity is in question, to end the war once and for all.
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