Make the super-rich pay with RENATO JONES: THE ONE%
November 28, 2016
The oversized five-issue first season collected into trade paperback this January
Critically-acclaimed writer/artist/director Kaare Kyle Andrews (Spider-Man: Reign, Iron Fist: The Living Weapon) will release the first trade paperback collection of his supercharged action-thriller RENATO JONES: THE ONE% this January from Image Comics.
Now more relevant than ever before, and just in time for the inauguration ceremony, RENATO JONES targets the super-rich. One percent of the population now owns more than half the world’s wealth...and Renato is going to make them pay.
They’ve crashed economies, bought governments, and 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%, SEASON 1 TP (ISBN: 978-1-63215-900-7) hits comic book stores Wednesday, January 11th and bookstores Tuesday, January 17th, and will be available for $9.99. It may be ordered by retailers with Diamond code NOV160697, and it is available for preorder on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, and Indigo.
Select praise for RENATO JONES: THE ONE%:
"A sort of hallucinatory rage pop 'Punisher from Occupy.' It's gorgeous and also demented." —Warren Ellis
“If Kaare Andrews is drawing a comic book, we will be reading that comic book. Nobody else brings the energy and life he delivers on every page.” —Nerdist
“Andrews’ art here is stellar, a tour de force of drama and action. An entertaining comic book that gives no quarter and doesn’t hold its punches.” —ComicsVerse
"Renato Jones: the One% has lived up to the sky-high expectations that were lofted on it pre-release. It's smart, stylish, and ****ing beautiful...10 out of 10." —The Court Of Nerds
“Andrews’ multifaceted, non-linear storyline packs an impressive punch.” —SlackJaw Punks
“A cathartic comic with a familiar, yet still interesting, protagonist that anchors the zany, relentless and often disturbing thrills.” —Pop Optiq
“Beautiful, engaging, and very, very pissed off.” —Newsarama