The critically-acclaimed JUPITER’S LEGACY by comics titans Mark Millar (Kingsman: The Secret Service, WANTED, CHRONONAUTS, HUCK) and Frank Quitely launched into an all-new story arc on Wednesday, June 29—Millar Day 2016. In order to keep up with frenzied demand for the title, Image Comics is pleased to announce a second printing that will hit stores on Wednesday, July 27th.
The sequel to industry sales-beast JUPITER’S LEGACY is back in this jaw-dropping, plot-twisting issue and it boasts monthly Frank Quitely! Superhero offspring Hutch and Chloe have come out of hiding with son Jason to assemble a team of super-crooks from around the globe.
JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1 remains available for purchase across all digital platforms, including the Image Comics website (imagecomics.com), the official Image Comics iOS app, Comixology’s website (comixology.com), iOS, Android, and Google Play.
JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1, 2nd printing (Diamond Code MAY168864) hits stores on Wednesday, July 27th. The final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, July 4th.
JUPITER’S LEGACY VOL 2 #2 Cover A by Quitely (Diamond Code MAY160642), Cover B by Romita Jr. (Diamond Code MAY160643), and Cover C by Quitely (Diamond Code MAY160644) will hit stores on Wednesday, July 27th.
Select praise for JUPITER’S LEGACY, VOL. 2 #1:
“A simple, action-packed treat.” —Comic Book Resources
“Two talented creators weaving an exciting and visually stunning tale of villains taking the world back from the heroes that failed it.” —IGN
“Millar and Quitely are obviously an excellent team and the synergy between them shines through in this comic. Sometimes when a series starts a new arc there can be a worry that it might have lost some of the magic that kept you interested in the first place. Not so with Legacy 2. Its simply a great story, well told.” —Big Comic Page
“Jupiter’s Legacy 2 #1 is a sensational opening issue, reminding us why the first volume was such a hit. Quickly getting us up to speed, the creative team gave us a narrative that was both thrilling and exciting, leaving us with a cliffhanger that is bound to leave readers wanting more.” —SnapPow.com