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Marvel drops ‘Maestro: War and Pax’ trailer ahead of January 2021 release

Maestro sets off on a campaign of conquest across the entire Earth.

Press Release

Marvel Comics has released a new trailer featuring everyone’s favorite Hulk villain Maestro in his new series Maestro: War and Pax #1. The series is set for release sometime in January. This is a continuation of the Maestro story that launched in August that has revealed the character’s once never before told origin.

The new series is written by Peter David with art by Javier Pina.

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“The Maestro has determined that life must go on in the world he’s living in, and that he should be the center of government,” teases writer Peter David.  “He’s consolidating his rule.  He truly believes he’s doing the right thing.  After all, he’s seen what mankind inevitably does if left to its own devices.  He thinks that free will has proven to be a noble experiment but ultimately didn’t work out.  So now it’s time to try something new, and he’s what’s new.  He’s setting up a world where he rules over everything, and to him it’s going to be a world of peace and contentment.  And if some people’s noses are out of joint over it, then they should keep it to themselves.”

Check out the trailer below.

Maestro: War & Pax #1 preview

For more on Maestro: War & Pax, read the press release below.

New York, NY— December 8, 2020 — Writer Peter David is joined by rising star Javier Pina (Doctor StrangeRise of the Black Panther) to continue the tale he and George Perez began decades ago in the legendary Future Imperfect!  The man once known as the Hulk, the Maestro, has deposed the city of Dystopia’s ancient ruler and now commands in his place.  But why stop there?  As his ambitions lead him to wage a campaign of conquest across the entire Earth, he’ll discover that he’s not the only immortal left … and that if he truly wants to dominate the planet, he’ll have to face the most powerful beings in creation first.  Now, enjoy an exclusive first look at the Maestro’s invasion of war-torn Washington, D.C. in the MAESTRO: WAR AND PAX trailer, featuring never-before-seen art!

“The Maestro has determined that life must go on in the world he’s living in, and that he should be the center of government,” teases writer Peter David.  “He’s consolidating his rule.  He truly believes he’s doing the right thing.  After all, he’s seen what mankind inevitably does if left to its own devices.  He thinks that free will has proven to be a noble experiment but ultimately didn’t work out.  So now it’s time to try something new, and he’s what’s new.  He’s setting up a world where he rules over everything, and to him it’s going to be a world of peace and contentment.  And if some people’s noses are out of joint over it, then they should keep it to themselves.”

Don’t miss MAESTRO: WAR AND PAX #1 when it smashes into comic shops this January!

MAESTRO: WAR AND PAX #1 (NOV200503)

Written by PETER DAVID

Art by JAVIER PINA

Cover by DALE KEOWN

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