David Baldeon joins Gail Simone for the april launching Domino

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Previously Marvel dropped the news that Gail Simone is making her return to the publisher to handle the ongoing adventures of the luck powered mischievous mutant mercenary Domino in April. At the time there was no artist attached to join Simone, but now that has changed.

Marvel has announced that Spirits of Vengeance Nova artist David Baldeon will provide the art for Domino’s first ongoing series.

“I am so very thrilled to be a part of Team Domino! I am a fan of Gail’s work, and I’ve been wanting to work with her for a long time now. The fact that it is with a character like Domino is the icing on the cake!” said Baldeon. “She’s strong, she’s tough, she´s fun and she´s thrilling, and hopefully the art will bring through all of that. We’ve given her a new, sleek look that plays on all of her strengths, her history, and who she is as a character. Plus, this book is a completely different animal from my previous work style-wise, and therefore a chance to go into new grounds. This is going to be an exciting ride!”

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Baldeon’s current series Spirits of Vengeance was part of the recent Marvel Legacy initiative and finishes up its miniseries run with the upcoming fifth issue.

“Since Marvel first asked me to write Domino, I knew there was one element that attracted me SO MUCH to her, but for some reason, I couldn’t quite name the exact word,” said Simone. “Was it stubbornness? Snarkiness?  Other characters have those traits, too, but with Domino, there was this THING that represents her, but the word escaped me, and it was vexing. Wonderful editor Chris Robinson had someone in mind for the book, bless him! We immediately started getting the sketches and designs from David Baldeon Gonzalez, and I knew instantly the concept I had been trying to name, because he drew it right into her eyes. It’s MISCHIEF. Domino has a sense of mischief, of high-stakes play, even in the roughest times. She’s lethal and she KNOWS it. That really sealed the deal for me,” continued Simone. “David was our guy and I could not be happier. He draws gorgeous people doing dirty deeds, and it’s just exactly the roller-coaster ride I had hoped for. He’s adding so much heart and fire. I just love him.”

Domino arrives in stores this April.

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