Morris Sackett is a new Marvel superhero getting a heavy push with his own solo book, and that's a rare thing these days. Coming from writer Geoffrey Thorne and artist Khary Randolph, with a cover by Stuart ImmonenMosaic #1 debuts October 12, and Marvel has shared an unlettered preview of the issue.

Sackett's a former pro basketball player who doesn't really have a body anymore, but he can possess anybody else's, Deadman-style. The preview doesn't show him doing much (other than falling out a window), and the previously released Prelude depicted him stealing a flying car from SHIELD for a joyride, so it seems pretty up in the air so far just how heroic he's going to be.

Still, this feels like something all-new from Marvel in a way we rarely get, so it's probably worth checking out.


Variant Cover by Khary Randolph
Teaser Variant by Mike Deodato
Hip-Hop Variant by Marco D'Alfonso
Action Figure Variant by John Tyler Christopher
Champions Variant by Pasqual Ferry
Art by Khary Randolph
Art by Khary Randolph
Art by Khary Randolph


Here's the official word from Marvel:

You’ve seen his first appearance in the pages of Uncanny Inhumans. You’ve read the FREE 10-page Mosaic Prelude story. Now, prepare for Marvel’s brand-new hero to explode onto the scene this October in the can’t-miss oversized MOSAIC #1! Creators Geoffrey Thorne (Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man) and artist Khary Randolph (Deadpool: The Gauntlet) introduce a brand-new character to the Marvel mythos that will have the whole world talking!

MOSAIC centers on Morris Sackett – professional basketball player and celebrity. Loved by millions, hated by his teammates. Only Morris is secretly something else – something Inhuman. Coming into contact with the transformative Terrigen Mists has given Morris spectacular new abilities. Imbued with the power to jump from person-to-person like a ghost, Morris can control the bodies and memories of those he inhabits. Only these fantastic new abilities come at a grave cost. With his own body destroyed, the one-time superstar athlete must rely on others to survive. But can he?