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Oni Press announces 'Biker Mice From Mars' #1 for July 2024
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Oni Press announces ‘Biker Mice From Mars’ #1 for July 2024

Best friends Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie, just three anthropomorphic, motorcycle-riding mice who called Mars home . . . and were always bad to the bone.

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Oni Press has revealed the Nacelleverse will grow this July with new series Biker Mice From Mars. The series will be written by Melissa Flores with art by Francis Portela.

“We’re diving into the Nacelleverse!” said Flores, “The Biker Mice are a trio of Martian mice fighting to protect the home they love from being desecrated by an egoistic corporation. They are pushed to the limit and must decide how much of their lives they are willing to give up to save the world they love. Just three planets away, we’re going to show how complicated and nuanced these characters are, even if on the surface, they seem so different!”

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So what’s Biker Mice From Mars about?

Best friends Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie, just three anthropomorphic, motorcycle-riding mice who called Mars home . . . and were always bad to the bone. But when the ruthless Plutarkians stage a mass invasion to strip their planet of its precious resources, their antiauthoritarian streak is going to turn into a full-blown insurgency. Only the Biker Mice from Mars can prevent the mass destruction of Earth’s nearest planetary neighbor . . . and the freedom of our entire solar system may just hang in the balance.

“We hope you’re ready for alien mice, crime bosses that smell like cheese, and copious amounts of hot dogs!” said Nacelle Founder and CEO, Brian Volk-Weiss. “Let’s rock and ride!”

Check out covers for the first issue below featuring art by Dustin Weaver (Avengers, Paklis.) Juan Gedeon (DC: The Jurassic League), Roger Cruz (X-Men: Age of Apocalypse), Ramon Villalobos (Nighthawk, America) and Francis Portela (Green Lantern), the summer’s hardest-hitting, full-throttle debut begin this July in BIKER MICE FROM MARS #1!

Oni Press announces 'Biker Mice From Mars' #1 for July 2024 Oni Press announces 'Biker Mice From Mars' #1 for July 2024 Oni Press announces 'Biker Mice From Mars' #1 for July 2024 Oni Press announces 'Biker Mice From Mars' #1 for July 2024

PORTLAND, OR (March 28th, 2024) – Oni Press, in partnership with global entertainment powerhouses Nacelle and Maximum Effort, is proud to reveal the next epic chapter of the Nacelleverse, beginning this July in BIKER MICE FROM MARS #1 – an all-new, adventure for the free-wheelin’, butt-kickin’ animation icons who ride the Red Planet’s hardest roads. Rocketing out of the pages of NACELLEVERSE #0, the ‘90s cartoon sensation is back in a brand-new comic book series from red-hot writer Melissa Flores (Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, Spider-Gwen: Smash) and Eisner Award–nominated artist Frances Portela (Green Lantern)!

“We’re diving into the Nacelleverse!” said Flores, “The Biker Mice are a trio of Martian mice fighting to protect the home they love from being desecrated by an egoistic corporation. They are pushed to the limit and must decide how much of their lives they are willing to give up to save the world they love. Just three planets away, we’re going to show how complicated and nuanced these characters are, even if on the surface, they seem so different!”

Best friends Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie, just three anthropomorphic, motorcycle-riding mice who called Mars home . . . and were always bad to the bone. But when the ruthless Plutarkians stage a mass invasion to strip their planet of its precious resources, their antiauthoritarian streak is going to turn into a full-blown insurgency. Only the Biker Mice from Mars can prevent the mass destruction of Earth’s nearest planetary neighbor . . . and the freedom of our entire solar system may just hang in the balance.

“We hope you’re ready for alien mice, crime bosses that smell like cheese, and copious amounts of hot dogs!” said Nacelle Founder and CEO, Brian Volk-Weiss. “Let’s rock and ride!”

Nacelle is currently developing a new Biker Mice from Mars animated series directed by Brian Volk-Weiss, who also serves as Executive Producer alongside Cisco Henson, Matt Kravitsky, Michael Goodman, Gavin Hignight, and Matt Lawton for Nacelle. Ryan Reynolds, George Dewey, Kevin Hill and Ashley Fox, serve as Executive Producers for Maximum Effort, along with David Gandler and Pamela Duckworth on behalf of Fubo. The summer’s most anticipated return revs up the action as the never-before-told chapter of Biker Mice history stands revealed– featuring covers from outstanding artists Dustin Weaver (Avengers, Paklis.) Juan Gedeon (DC: The Jurassic League), Roger Cruz (X-Men: Age of Apocalypse), Ramon Villalobos (Nighthawk, America) and Francis Portela (Green Lantern), the summer’s hardest-hitting, full-throttle debut begin this July in BIKER MICE FROM MARS #1!

BIKER MICE FROM MARS #1 (of 3)

WRITTEN BY MELISSA FLORES

ART BY FRANCIS PORTELA

COVER A BY DUSTIN WEAVER

COVER B BY JUAN GEDEON

COVER C BY ROGER CRUZ

FULL ART VARIANT (1:10) BY DUSTIN WEAVER

VARIANT COVER (1:20) BY RAMON VILLALOBOS

VARIANT COVER (1:50) BY FRANCIS PORTELA

BLANK COVER ALSO AVAILABLE

ON SALE JULY 17th, 2024 | $4.99 | 32 pgs. | FC

IOC: 5/30/2024

FOC: 6/24/2024

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