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"Bounty Hunters" by Jason Aaron and Tradd Moore
They're mean, aggressive, tragic, intimidating, sometimes misunderstood, sometimes downright evil, and all-around weird. Yep, those sound exactly like the types of characters Jason Aaron loves to write, and the exact type of characters that he somehow makes relatable. Aaron made Marvel's big bad Thanos sympathetic in 2013's "Thanos Rising," so he'll have no trouble doing the same for dirtbags like Dengar and Bossk. The artist on such a book would have to be able to pull off equal parts comedy and relentless action, and Tradd Moore's stylized approach -- soon to be seen on Marvel's new "Ghost Rider" series -- would work wonders. Like Stegman, Moore is an artist who could power a city block with the amount of energy contained in just one of his panels. In his hands, even the emotionless, stick-shaped robot IG-88 could look dynamic.