Earlier this year, Titan Comics announced a partnership with Crackle to adapt the online streaming network's adult-oriented stop-motion superhero series "Supermansion" to comics. Now, CBR has the exclusive debut of the first issue's cover art, featuring geriatric hero Titanium Rex and his crew of dysfunctional heroes as depicted by artist Jake Elphick.
The art was unveiled today at Titan's New York Comic Con panel, along with the launch of a contest allowing fans to get a chance to be drawn into the first issue.
Check out the cover below, and sign up for the contest here.
The animated series “SuperMansion” stars Bryan Cranston as the voice of the crusty, crotchety, old-time superhero Titanium Rex, who leads a more-than-a-little dysfunctional team of super-roommates. The series — which comes from “Robot Chicken” team members Seth Green, Zeb Wells and Matt Senreich — also features the voice talents of Seth Green, Jillian Bell, Keegan-Michael Key and Chris Pine.
In addition to his work on “Adult Swim,” “SuperMansion” co-creator and executive producer Zeb Wells has a lengthy history with comics. Wells enjoyed runs on Marvel Comics like “Amazing Spider-Man,” “New Mutants” and “Nova.” “I’m excited to get back into the world of comics with Titan and the characters we created for ‘SuperMansion,'” said Wells. “It’s going to be a wild ride and I can’t wait to get started!”
The second season of “SuperMansion” from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios will debut on Crackle in early 2017.