Valiant’s Quantum and Woody Russo Brother’s Next Project

Valiant Comic’s Quantum and Woody are set to be The Russo Brothers have lined up their next big project after wrapping “The Avengers: Infinity War” according to The Wrap’s website.

This is a “for real” TV show and not a web series like the other Valiant projects currently filming. Quantum and Woody first appeared in the obviously titled Quantum and Woody #1, which can be still found for cheap. 
From The Wrap:

The Russo Brothers have lined up their next big project after wrapping “The Avengers: Infinity War”: they’ll get back to their TV roots with another comic-book adaptation, “Quantum and Woody,” people close to the project told TheWrap.

The team behind “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Captain America: Civil War” will develop “Quantum and Woody,” about the world’s worst super-duo, with Valiant Entertainment. Anthony and Joe Russo will be executive producers alongside Mike Larocca and Valiant’s Dinesh Shamdasani.

“Ant-Man” veterans Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari will also serve as executive producers, in addition to scripting the pilot. The duo are currently scripting the upcoming “Ant-Man and The Wasp” for Marvel Studios.

Thanks to some Facebook friends for pointing this one out.

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5 Responses to Valiant’s Quantum and Woody Russo Brother’s Next Project

  1. Philippe Brault says:

    For me the spec pic on this is the 1997 series #1 painted cover variant. I picked one up yesterday just at the announcement. There are currently none on ebay and the normal cover is at ridiculous prices.

  2. Victor says:

    What happened to Deadly Class????

  3. Brett Evans says:

    Nice! I have a NM Dealer Edition #1 that was never hole punched! Thinking I’ll hold on to it till the movie comes out then cash in…

    Anthony, is there any way (or where would I go) to find out what the print numbers are on dealer copies? I looked around Valiant’s web site but couldn’t find anything. Thanks!

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