Fans burn through RENATO JONES: THE ONE%

June 9, 2016

Issues #1 and #2 go back to print

“A true showcase for what one creator can accomplish when they script, draw, ink and color their own book.” IGN

Fans can’t get enough of RENATO JONES: THE ONE % from critically-acclaimed writer/artist/director Kaare Kyle Andrews (Spider-Man: Reign, Iron Fist: The Living Weapon). Image Comics is pleased to announce that RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #1 and #2 are both being rushed back to print in order to keep up with increasing customer demand.

In RENATO JONES: THE ONE %, society’s upper one percent own more than half the world’s wealth. They’ve crashed economies, bought governments, and have amassed more power than any other group in history. And they still don’t have enough. With this kind of power how can anyone make them pay? WHO will make them pay? Enter Renato Jones, a mysterious vigilante, out to even the score. And when he enters the fray THE SUPER-RICH ARE SUPER F***ED.

RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #1 and #2 remain available for purchase across all digital platforms, including the Image Comics website (imagecomics.com), the official Image Comics iOS app, Comixology’s website (comixology.com), iOS, Android, and Google Play.

RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #1, 3rd printing (Diamond Code APR168907) and RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #2, 2nd printing (Diamond Code APR168906) will arrive in stores on Wednesday, July 6. The Final Order Cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, June 13.


Select praise for RENATO JONES: THE ONE%:

“If Kaare Andrews is drawing a comic book, we will be reading that comic book. We’re sticking with this series, because nobody in modern comics lays out a page like Andrews. Nobody else brings the energy and life he delivers on every page. Nobody else makes comic books quite like Kaare Andrews, and that’s the way we like it.” —Nerdist

“This is a bold move that works fantastically.” —PopOptiq

“Beautiful, engaging, and very, very pissed off.” —Newsarama

“I can comfortably say Renato Jones: The One% has ticked most of the boxes it needs to in all of its thirty-five pages. Tech that makes its wearer superhumanly strong? Check. Gold Lamborghinis? Check. Orgies and stupendously rich, entitled douche-bags? Check. A protagonist who’s quietly dangerous and effortlessly cool at the same time? Check. This is the exact thing you’d get if you could somehow convert a flipped, sticky-from-champagne middle finger into a comic book.” —Bleeding Cool