I get a lot of press releases every day, but this one takes the cake. Valiant just sent out a preview along with a promo video of a “talking goat” for their new series “Quantum & Woody”. Apparently they have plans for talking variant covers, free Goat posters, and other promo material.
The series itself follows the strange superhero adventures of Eric and Woody Henderson. Look for issue #1 in shops this July.
Official Press Release:
Valiant is proud to present an advance look at the rough animatics for the Quantum & Woody #1 QR Voice Variant – a talking variant cover featuring art by Tom Fowler, script by James Asmus and animation by Neal Adam’s Continuity Studios! Experience the real talking goat action for yourself this summer when Valiant releases free promotional posters featuring the Goat’s QR-enabled first appearance in comic shops everywhere!
Then, meet the Goat and the heroes who tolerate him on July 10th in Quantum and Woody #1 – the FIRST ISSUE of Valiant’s next ongoing series by James Asmus and Tom Fowler with color art by Jordie Bellaire. Relaunching the cult favorite superhero duo made famous by Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright in the all-new Valiant Universe, get ready to go big or go home as the world’s worst superhero team begin a brand new era. After estranged brothers Eric and Woody Henderson accidentally stumble into a life-altering scientific accident, they’ll find themselves with a whole new purpose – and a perfectly legitimate reason to wear costumes and fight crime. Quantum and Woody are coming this July!
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