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Preview: Rampage Jackson – Street Soldier Vol.1

Larger-than-life MMA fighter Rampage Jackson faces his toughest opponents yet in this super-powered slug-fest; and this time the stakes are much higher than a championship belt!

Rampage Jackson has touched the lives of millions, and when one of them reaches out for help against a terrible threat, he swings into action. Rampage is different this time; with astonishing new super powers and his faithful dog, Andronicus, by his side, he must prepare for bone-crunching throwdowns in over-the-top adventures that take him around the world, to other worlds, and through time itself! An anthology of amazing self-contained stories, Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier marks the beginning of a bold new era of superhero fun!

RAMPAGE JACKSON: STREET SOLDIER, VOL. 1

by Fabian Nicieza, Mike Baron, Barbara Kesel, Tom Peyer, Martin Pasko, Adam Beechen, Marc Bernardin & Adam Freeman, illo. by Leonardo Romero, Fabiano Neves

Pages: 144

Format: Paperback

SRP: $17.99

Trim: 6.625 x 10.25

Publisher: Lion Forge Comics

Distributor: IDW Publishing

Pub Date: October 28, 2015

Diamond Item Code: AUG150459

ISBN: 978-1-63140-379-8

 

ABOUT THE CREATORS

Fabian Nicieza is an American comic book writer and editor who is best known for his work on Marvel titles such as X-Men, X-Force, New Warriors, Cable and Deadpool, and Thunderbolts, for all of which he helped create numerous characters.

Mike Baron broke into comics with Nexus, his groundbreaking science fiction title co-created with illustrator Steve Rude. He has written for Creem, The Boston Globe, Isthmus, Fusion, Argosy, and many others. Baron has won two Eisner Awards and an Inkpot Award for his work on Nexus, now being published in five languages around the world.

Barbara Randall Kesel is a writer and editor of comic books; her bibliography includes work for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Crossgen, Image Comics and Dark Horse Comics. She was a Harvey Award Nominee for Instant Piano and Hellboy: Seed Of Destruction, and a winner for Hellboy: The Wolves of St. August. She is currently part of book packaging company The Pack, alongside Lee Nordling, Brian Augustyn, Gordon Kent and Dave Olbrich.

Martin Pasko is a veteran writer, story-editor, and producer in a diverse array of media, including live-action and animated television. He has translated or co-developed many comic book properties to TV, including SUPERMAN, SPIDER-MAN, THE TICK, and CADILLACS & DINOSAURS, and has story-edited and written for such series as MY LITTLE PONY, G.I. JOE, TRANSFORMERS, and BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES, for which he won a Daytime Emmy Award. He is also a co-writer of the animated feature BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM. Pasko has worked for many comics publishers but is best-known for his work with DC Entertainment where he co-created a revival of DR. FATE that is the basis of the character’s current incarnation. A former DC Comics Group Editor, he is also the author of several books, including THE DC VAULT (Running Press), and co-author of THE SUPERMAN ENCYCLOPEDIA (Simon & Schuster), with Robert Greenberger.

One of the most sought-after writers of animation and comics of the last decade, Adam Beechen serves as producer and head writer for the Hub’s Transformers: Robots In Disguise. He has worked as story editor on such animated series as The Pink Panther and Pals, Edgar and Ellen, and Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi and has written for The Littlest Pet Shop, Ben Ten, Teen Titans, and The Batman (for which he received an Emmy nomination). Adam wrote for the New York Times Best-Selling series Batman Beyond for DC Comics, as well as Teen Titans, Robin, Batgirl, WildC.A.T.s., and Justice League Unlimited. He has written more than 20 children’s books for Simon and Schuster.

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One thought on “Preview: Rampage Jackson – Street Soldier Vol.1

  1. with such talented individuals working on this…The story should have been much more involved instead of clashes after drawn out clashes…Nice art with a clashes story.

    I would have made it more down to earth involving a crime syndicate who goes after his cousin/brother…than he exacts vengeance after they kidnap his sister or daughter…as he fights his way through the organize crime bosses locations until he comes face to face with the promoter who kidnapped his kin’ all to get him to fight in some kind of underground Kumite.

    That would have been more like a Kick Ass type of story wiith a lot of Taken…then pushed into a movie.( NEXT TIME HIRE ME AS THE WRITER…Go to my page and see what i’m Talkin’ Bout”
    Respectfully:
    Ruben D.

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