The full creative team of the critically acclaimed and Eisner Award-winning Vertigo series 100 Bullets – writer Brian Azzarello, artist Eduardo Risso, colorist Trish Mulvihill, letterer Clem Robbins and cover artist Dave Johnson – are reuniting for a new June-debuting limited series Brother Lono, DC announced Friday afternoon at the Emerald City Comicon.
According to DC, Brother Lono follows the events of 100 Bullets, which ran for 100 issues between 1999 and 2009, and focuses on the titular member of the Minutemen, also known as “Dog”, considered one of the “baddest”, most irredeemable enforcers of the clandestine group known as The Trust.Also one of the toughest Minutemen in the series, he was been shot multiple times and even fell out of a window in issue #100, but he always seemed to live through even the worst injuries. Readers have wondered if the character survived the last issue of 100 Bullets; now comes proof that he did. The writer just finished up another acclaimed series for Vertigo, Spaceman, and two comics in the Before Watchmen event. He is currently writing Wonder Woman for DC.
Look for more details on the series when it’s available.
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