Thanos: The Infinity Relativity OGN Graphic novel announced


The Mad Titan’s Quest Continues in THANOS: THE INFINITY RELATIVITY OGN!

It looks as though Marvel is continuing its bid to add original prose to its list of products. Yesterday, they announced an Ant-Man book. The graphic novel is the follow up to Thanos: The Infinity Revelation and is in Marvel’s OGN line. The book will arrive sometime in June and is written and drawn by Jim Starlin, who also does the cover art. A rare thing in today’s time of interchangeable artists.

Thanos: The Infinity Relativity focuses on Thanos obviously, but also features the Guardians of the Galaxy. The storyline revolves around Adam Warlock‘s death and re-birth (yawn) and Annihilus‘ return to power.

The book will feature a code for the first graphic novel, Thanos: The Infinity Revelation for use on iOS and Android devices and has augmented reality features through the Marvel AR app. It also boasts having “high-end” and “sophisticated” packaging.

Even if you’re getting worn out by the constant use of Thanos, or the contrived and obnoxious uses of the Guardians of the Galaxy, you should pick up the graphic novel because of the talent of Jim Starlin.

On a separate, but related note, sign up for Marvel Unlimited. It’s amazing and I’ve been able to read so many more titles than I would’ve been able to read before. The service of course doesn’t replace having those glossy little paper gems in your hands, but it opens up a wealth of information that was unattainable without thousands of dollars before. Go by and sign-up. You can pay 10 bucks a month, or pay around 60 a year.

Release date for Thanos: The Infinity Relativity OGN/ June 2015

Written and drawn by Jim Starlin

Let me ask you this, and darn it someone better start answering me; Are you worn out on Thanos and the Guardians of the Galaxy yet?


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