With Garth Ennis, there’ll be Rover Red Charlie, story of 3 best friends at the end of the world, and the best friends happen to be dogs. Starting with Ennis, there will also be the start of a brand new line of sci-fi books. Facundo Percio, the artist on Fashion Beast, will be drawing a “science fiction done Avatar Style” called Caliban, in the spring. Mercury Heat by Kieron Gillen is on the way, and also Neurotrash by Si Spurrier, and Justin Jordan’s Red Shift. Christensen also announced the re-launch of the Gravel series by Mike Wolfer.
There are currently plans for up to issue number 120 on Crossed right now.
God is Dead has been a huge hit for Avatar them, “too good to stop”, and it will be continuing after issue 6. The next arc is so big that the book is going to “bi-weekly, an announcement that prompted applause from the audience.
But another major announcement, which stunned the room for a moment, was that a new book from comics legend Alan Moore is on the way, with art by Jacen Burrows, called Providence. Moore has planned it to be “as immersive an experience as possible” and will be launching in exactly one year (Autumn 2014).