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‘Rising Stars: Untouchables’ goes monthly, rescheduled for April

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‘Rising Stars: Untouchables’ goes monthly, rescheduled for April

Official Press Release

Rising Stars: Untouchables, a new five-issue series originally solicited bi-
monthly to start in September, is being resolicited as a monthly title to start
in April 2004. Artist Brent Anderson has the unique opportunity of splitting
his time between pencilling this title and Astro City, and the rescheduling
will allow him to complete several issues of this series in advance to ensure a
timely shipping schedule.

“Rather than put out issue #1 now and have fans wait months until the next
issue is ready, we figured we’d wait, give Brent plenty of time to do several
issues, and resolicit it so fans can follow it on a monthly basis,” says editor
Renae Geerlings.

Written by Fiona Avery with story edits by J. Michael Stracynzski, Rising
Stars: Untouchables tells the story of Laurel Darkhaven, one of the 113
Specials from Peterson, Illinois. While her telekinetic power seemed
unimpressive while she grew up, the CIA recruited her with the promise of
serving her country. Instead, she was forced into wetwork operations and turned
against the Agency to find the employer responsible for her missions. The
series chronicles her life from high school graduation to the moment she dies
in Poet’s arms.

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