As the Man of Bronze prepares for his latest comic book adventure, Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Eisner Award-winning artist John Cassaday's variant cover for the all-new "Doc Savage" series, written by Chris Roberson with art by Bilquis Evely. The cover celebrates the pulp hero's Golden Age roots, homaging the tropes of the era as seen on covers like Jack Kirby's for "Captain America" #2.
Check out Cassaday's variant, the first issue's full solicitation info and Alex Ross and Stephen Segovia's covers below.
Covers: Alex Ross
Writer: Chris Roberson
Art: Bilquis Evely
ON SALE DATE: December 11
In 1933, readers were first introduced to Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze. Raised from the cradle to be the pinnacle of mental and physical perfection, Doc Savage travels the world using science and sinews to right wrongs, aid the oppressed, and liberate the innocent. With his team of able associates at their headquarters high atop the tallest building in the world, Doc Savage is tireless in his pursuit of knowledge and justice. Writer Chris Roberson brings Doc Savage from 1933 through to today. And with "Easter eggs" along the way that will help pave the future of Doc, in a story only Chris (Roberson) could tell.