Marvel’s OUTLAW: RELENTLESS Prose Novel Announced!
As our devoted Marvel Blog True Believers are no doubt already aware, May is Get Caught Reading Month, and it’s never been easier to get caught reading Marvel… and we don’t just mean comics! Thanks to the prose novels published by Aconyte Books, there are plenty of Marvel novels heading your way… and one of the most exciting is Outlaw: Relentless by Tristan Palmgren, with cover art by Joey Hi-Fi, arriving at a bookstore or public library near you on September 7th, 2021!
The fourth prose novel in Marvel and Aconyte Books‘ Marvel Heroines line, Outlaw: Relentless, will sets its sights on Inez Temple (A.K.A. Outlaw), one of the key members of Domino‘s super-powered mercenary team, the Posse.
However, after a mercenary job goes sideways, Outlaw finds herself in confused state thanks to a mutant-hating telepath, Johnny Dee, who is robbing her of her quick wits, sharp shooters, and very identity!
A Marvel Heroines Novel
Outlaw: Relentless is a Marvel Heroines novel, which means that when it is released, it will join other books in that line, like Elsa Bloodstone: Bequest by Cath Lauria. These books give you a chance to get to know some of your favorite characters in the Marvel Comics universe in a medium other than comics! Although these stories don’t have any major universe changing events, they add a lot of depth to our favorite heroines and mutants alike!
In addition to the Marvel Heroines line, Aconyte is also publishing a series called Xavier’s Institute, which follows the exploits of the students at the famous Institute for Gifted Youngsters.
And because the Aconyte Marvel novels are now available in Germany, you can catch up on these books from many places across the globe!
You may not realize this, but you’ve probably already seen Outlaw before! That’s because technically she appears briefly in Deadpool 2. During the scene in which Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) is interviewing candidates for X-Force, there is a full-sized poster of Outlaw on the wall in the back of the studio!
This is probably a reference to the fact that Deadpool 2 pulls heavily from Gail Simone’s run on Deadpool, which featured plenty of Outlaw!
Plus, Simone continued to write Outlaw in later books, including the more recent Domino solo series. If you’re interested in reading any of these comics before Outlaw: Relentless is released, you can find them all on the Marvel Unlimited App right now, Marvel Blog True Believers!
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