Creed actor Michael B. Jordan isn't letting Fantastic Four leave a bad taste in his mouth for comic books -- in fact, he's creating his own.
Jordan is working with co-writer Nathan Edmondson and artists Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz and Bettie Breitweiser on an "action spy" series for Dark Horse titled North, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Scheduled to debut in 2016, North follows a U.S. soldier who is recruited by a black ops program and modified to become a truly "super" super-spy. But when a mission goes wrong and he's burned by his bosses, the unnamed male lead returns for revenge.
According to THR, the project came about when Jordan and Edmondson ran into each other at Los Angeles' Golden Apple comic book store and became friends.