Smith & Moore Take All-New Marvel NOW! Into "Overdrive"

The continuous deluge of one-word teasers from Marvel Comics shows no sign of slowing down -- with the second All-New Marvel NOW! New York Comic Con 2013 promotional image of the day teasing an "Overdrive" project by writer Felipe Smith and artist Tradd Moore.

Smith is an American manga writer/artist working and being published in Japan, best known for his work on "Peepo Choo," while Moore rose to prominence with his work on the creator-owned "Luther Strode" series co-created with writer Justin Jordan.

While many of the one-word teasers for Marvel's next big publishing initiative have so far correlated to Steve McNiven's "Inhumanity" teaser image, "Overdrive" and its coloring are generic enough that no figure fully evokes the word. However, the coloring is rather similar to Iron Man's Marvel NOW! armor design, even if "Overdrive" isn't generally a word associated with the armored avenger.

More will be revealed at Marvel's Inhumanity and All-New Marvel NOW! panel during NYCC 2013 on October 12 at 1:15 PM ET.

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