Throwaways – New Series from Image Comics

(Press Release)

#THROWAWAYS IS A KEEPER
New series promises to be Scanners meets The Bourne Identity

Throwaway (n.)
1. A disposable asset, used for a single mission; 2. A disavowed assassin, meant to die alongside their target.

Image Comics is pleased to announce the all-new, fast-paced ongoing series THROWAWAYS by bestselling author Caitlin Kittredge (Coffin Hill, Hell), artist Steven Sanders (Wolverine), and letterer Rachel Deering. First announced at Image Expo and teased in the inaugural issue of Image+ Magazine, THROWAWAYS will launch this July.

Abby Palmer and Dean Logan are two broken people. Abby is a veteran with severe PTSD and Dean a burnout trying to escape the shadow of his infamous father—but when they are thrust into a modern-day MK-ULTRA conspiracy… They discover they are both ULTRA’s human experiments.

Throwaways is the comic I’ve been waiting my whole career to write, and I can’t think of a better publisher than Image or a better collaborator than Steven,” said Kittredge. “This book is a collection of everything I love—spies, superpowers, secret history, conspiracies and action, grounded in a big dose of flawed, realistic characters. It’s just plain fun to write this book and I can’t wait for it to be unleashed on the world.”

Sanders added: “Throwaways has been a blast to work on! Just getting to draw ‘real life’ telekinetic fights has been something of a dream come true. I’ve had an itch to draw that sort of thing since I was a kid. It’s also giving me the chance to try out some illustration techniques I’ve just recently learned about. There’s a lot of detail to play with, a lot of action, but also quiet moments to build up tension. It’s hard for an artist to not be excited about a comic like this.”

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