Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier will be in the hands of little children in just a few months, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. We at MiddleEasy can't wait to see an illustrated Rampage Jackson kick some cybernetic ass and then attempt to give the youth of America a life lesson at the end of each issue. That premise should make all of you feel warm and fuzzy inside -- ODB was wrong, Rampage Jackson is for the children.
Still want to know more about what a comic book Rampage is up to? Check out this excerpt from the press release.
Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier follows the adventures of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson as he gains powers from a meteorite and decides to use them for good. When good people end up in bad situations, Rampage has no problem getting ugly to set things right!
Lion Forge will release a stand-alone issue of Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier in August. Previews are currently available to press. The series will officially launch in October.
Don't worry, we've already contacted the publisher about getting a preview copy and material for MiddleEasy. When we receive it, you can bet your life savings it will be published on MiddleEasy.
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