Zilla and the Comics Junkies

Monday, November 14, 2005



Oeming's "Ares"

Been hearing about this a while but not sure if i've shared...

Mike Oeming is working on an uber-cool project (due in Jan) - "Ares". Ares is based on the Greek God of War (of the same name), and hopes to "reunite Greek Mythology w/ the Marvel Universe". In the end it appears we'll get a Marvel Knights limited series (mini) w/ an "adult" rating. Ares will be a "father/son" tale set in motion partly by the fall of Asgard (which has gotten too little spinoff/effect press IMO).

Here's to hoping Oeming can recapture some of the magic touch he used with Norse Mytholodgy (Hammer of the Gods), Thor: Blood Oath, and most of all Stormbreaker: The Saga of Beta Ray Bill (all 3 of which i've enjoyed) and use it as aptly w/ Greek Mythology in Ares.

Preview pages, interviews and more @ Newsarama.

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1 Comments:

15 November, 2005 00:59, Blogger Christopher Green said...

Why not just make it a MAX title?

 

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