Marvel launch "Savage Avengers" #1 with a new trailer

Marvel launch "Savage Avengers" #1 with a new trailer

Put Wolverine back in his brown costume and you have my curiosity.

Get him on a team with Conan the Barbarian, Venom, Elektra, Punisher, and Brother Voodoo? And they have the ridiculously amazing name “Savage Avengers”? Now you have my attention.

That’s the idea behind Marvel’s new book Savage Avengers, the first issue of which we enjoyed quite a bit. Marvel have released a launch trailer for the series, so if you’re still on the fence, check out Brian’s review above, watch the trailer below, and then head to your favorite comic shop to pick up a copy.

Per Marvel:

Head Into The Savage Land With The SAVAGE AVENGERS #1 Launch Trailer!

New York, NY—May 3, 2019— The Savage Avengers arrived in comic shops on May 1st with the bombastic debut of SAVAGE AVENGERS #1 by writer Gerry Duggan and artist Mike Deodato, featuring a cover by artist David Finch – and Marvel fans have been introduced to the most brutal Avengers yet, with a team that includes Venom, Conan The Barbarian, Wolverine, Punisher, Elektra, and Doctor Voodoo!

Today, Marvel is proud to present this launch trailer for SAVAGE AVENGERS #1, featuring the series writer Gerry Duggan and Executive Editor and SVP Tom Brevoort!

“We will be bringing in some of the biggest, baddest heroes and villains in the Marvel Universe to go rumbling through this book,” teased Duggan.

“These are all characters that don’t bother with a lot of talking or a lot of discussion,” added Brevoort. “It’s all slashing and hacking and stabbing and shooting and pummeling and destroying...it’s a very visceral comic.”

Savage Avengers #1 is available now.

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