Crackle TV’s Emmy nominated ‘Supermansion’ will be heading to comics this March courtesy of Titan Comics.
The new series will be helmed by writer Barry Hutchison and artist Jake Elphick and will coincide with the release of Season 2 of ‘Supermansion.’
The Crackle TV show is a stop-motion superhero animated comedy series that follows the adventures of Titanium Rex. Rex struggles to live and fight alongside lazy millennial members of The League of Freedom. The series is known for its playful, yet acerbic commentary on the superhero genre.
Here’s the official solicitation:
After a battle with the evil Psy-Clone and his army of identical clones, the League is exhausted. Unfortunately, crime never rests, and they are immediately called to another emergency. Rather than rush off, though, they realise they can use Psy-Clone’s cloning machine to make duplicates of themselves and send them into battle instead. The clones turn evil and start running riot, and when Black Saturn reveals he has spent years developing ways in which to kill the rest of the League in case they ever go rogue, a horrified Rex kicks him off the team. The League is jailed, and it’s only when Black Saturn proves his loyalty by breaking in to free them that they find a way to defeat the evil clones once and for all!
The new comic series will hit shelves on March 8, 2017 and will feature covers from Jake Elphick, Juan N. Cabal, Fernando Leon, Zak Simmonds-Hurn, and Matt Hebb.
Take a look at what you can expect: