Fear Agent joins the Dark Horse family!
By The Editor
Sep 27, 2006 - 14:17
It's been over a year since the world first met Heath Huston, a first class drunk and interplanetary alien exterminator. Now, after gathering a successful following of readers, Rick Remender Fear Agent comes to Dark Horse.
Break-out talent, Rick Remender (Strange Girl, Sea of Red) teams with Eisner nominated artist Tony Moore (The Walking Dead, Exterminators) and Russ Manning award winner Jerome Opena (Lone) to tell the story of the last of the Fear Agents, the band of Texans who once defended Earth form an onslaught of alien annihilation. Fear Agent is the story of a man stripped of all that he loved; his home, his family, and his world. These days, Heath Houston spends his hours with only his ship's onboard computer system and a bottle of whiskey to keep him company, putting himself in constant danger for low wages and little thanks.
"We're all very excited to see Fear Agent become a part of the Dark Horse creator-owned line. Sitting beside such esteemed titles as The Goon, Hellboy, and Sin City is quite an honor." said Remender. "Between Tony Moore and I ramping up to work on the origin of the Fear Agents, and Jerome Opena and I hard at work on Heath Huston's ongoing adventures, we'll continue to rocket Sci-Fi forward with everyone's favorite drunken alien exterminator at the helm."
"Being able to return to the series in alternating arcs with the brilliant Jerome Opena and having the full support of Dark Horse is a dream come true. Everyone plans on bringing their absolute 'A' game as Fear Agent readers have come to expect." remarked Tony Moore.
"I did my first work for Dark Horse on Lone and it'll be great to work with them again. Everyone has been super supportive and incredibly enthusiastic about Fear Agent." sang Jerome Opena.
This coming February Dark Horse will be reprinting the first trade paperback collection originally released by Image Comics as well as the first edition of volume 2, with the series picking up again in it monthly form later in the spring.