Issue #3 is rushed back to print to keep pace with demand
The hot new series RENATO JONES: THE ONE % from critically-acclaimed writer/artist/director Kaare Kyle Andrews (Spider-Man: Reign, Iron Fist: The Living Weapon) keeps burning through printings and sparking new customer interest. Image Comics is pleased to announce that RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #3 is being rushed back to print in order to keep up with increasing customer demand.
Reeling from the work of “The Freelancer” the ONEs send their deluxe killer-for-hire after Renato Jones. Mr. Wicked-Awesome begins to rise again in RENATO JONES: THE ONE % #3.
In RENATO JONES, 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% #3 remains 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, 4th printing (Diamond Code JUN168228) and RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #2, 2nd printing (Diamond Code APR168906) are both still available.
RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #3, 2nd printing (Diamond Code JUN168874) and RENATO JONES: THE ONE% #4 (Diamond Code JUN160651) hit stores on Wednesday, August 24th and the final order cutoff deadline for retailers is today.
Select praise for RENATO JONES: THE ONE%:
“A true showcase for what one creator can accomplish when they script, draw, ink and color their own book.” —IGN
“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
“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