Legendary Debuts Frazer Irving's Cover for Grant Morrison's "Annihilator"

Legendary Comics has released the cover for "Annihilator," the publisher's upcoming project with acclaimed writer Grant Morrison. Illustrated by series artist Frazer Irving, the cover gives readers an initial glimpse into the world Morrison is creating for aspiring filmwriter Ray Spass as he struggles with a recently-diagnosed brain tumor and the walls between reality and fiction crumbling around him.

Check out the cover and series description below, and stay tuned to CBR or more on "Annihilator."

Hellraising screenwriter Ray Spass has one last chance to restore himself to former glory as he struggles to write a new studio tent-pole movie, Annihilator. The film centers around the adventures of Max Nomax, a sci-fi anti-hero caught in an epic struggle against the authoritarian artificial life form Vada and it's chief assassin, Jet Makro.

But when Max Nomax appears in real-life, Ray thinks it's a side effect of the brain tumor he was recently diagnosed with. Despite all logic, Nomax is real, having escaped from an impossible prison with no memory.  Ray's tumor is the key-it contains all Nomax's adventures, downloaded into Ray's head before Nomax escaped. Ray needs to finish his screenplay in order to get the information out of his head and shrink the tumor. Nomax needs Ray to finish his screenplay so he can remember who he is, what ultimate crime he has committed, how to defeat Vada and save the universe from annihilation - if the unstoppable Jet Makro doesn't reach Nomax and Ray first.

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