The origins of Power Pack revealed in a new limited series

Thu, March 6th, 2008 at 12:00am PST

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Alex, Julie, Jack and Katie Power may just seem like regular kids, but they're better known by their super hero name-the Power Pack! But just how did they become Earth's youngest-and coolest-heroes? Enter Power Pack: Day One #1 (of 4), from rising star scribe Fred Van Lente (Incredible Hercules, Wolverine: First Class) and the art team of Gurihiru & Colleen Coover, revealing the origin of the super team! They've got twenty-four hours to escape alien abductions, rescue their family and save the universe! And did we mention they just got their super powers?

"This is THE best book of the month, people!" exclaimed editor Nate Cosby. "We've worked HARD to chuck this puppy FULL of things you love: Snarks, spaceships, laser guns, baseball, vacuum cleaners, cheese snacks, the Fantastic Four, and PONIES! I'm telling ya-you read this issue and you'll be HOOKED!"

Establishing a new continuity for the Pack, this is the perfect jumping on point for readers new and old, showing just why the Power Park are Marvel's premiere team of super kids! But with an intergalactic tyrant at their backs, how can the kids triumph? Find out in Power Pack: Day One #1!

POWER PACK: DAY ONE #1 (of 4) (JAN082173)

Written by FRED VAN LENTE

Penciled by GURIHIRU & COLLEEN COOVER

Cover by GURIHIRU

Rated A …$2.99

FOC-3/6/08, On-Sale-3/26/08

To find a comic shop near you, call 1-888-comicbook

Marvel Comics is a division of Marvel Entertainment, Inc., a leading global character-based entertainment company that has developed and owns a library of more than 5,000 characters, which have entertained generations around the world for over 60 years. Marvel's operations are focused in entertainment and consumer product licensing and comic book publishing. Marvel Studios supports the development of feature films, DVD/video products and TV series. Marvel's creative team also supports the development of video games and toy lines based on its characters as well as for a broad and growing range of consumer products and services including apparel, collectibles, foods and promotions. Marvel's comic book division is a leading publisher in the global marketplace while also serving as an invaluable source of intellectual property. Marvel's Toy Biz division is a recognized creative force and leader in toy design, sales and marketing, developing and overseeing both licensee and in-house toy lines.

 
CBR News

Send This Article to a Friend

Separate multiple email address with commas.

You must state your name.

You must enter your email address.