ABSOLUTE CARNAGE : LETHAL PROTECTORS #1-3 (Frank Tieri / Flaviano Armentaro)

ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: LETHAL PROTECTORS #1 (of 3)

FRANK TIERI (W), Flaviano Armentaro (A), cover BY BENGAL Codex Variant Cover by YASMINE PUTRI Connecting Variant Cover by GREG SMALLWOOD

THE CULT OF CARNAGE COMES TO NEW YORK CITY! When he was last seen, John Jameson was being recovered from the scene of a massacre in Doverton, Colorado, by Misty Knight. Since then, they’ve both been MIA. So how, then, are they the only two people poised to prevent chaos as a mysterious foe of Spider-Man’s is RESURRECTED in the basements of RAVENCROFT INSTITUTE FOR THE CRIMINALLY INSANE?!

32 pages, $3.99.

ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: LETHAL PROTECTORS #1

Written by: Frank Tieri.

Art by: Flaviano Armentaro.

Cover by: Bengal, Greg Smallwood.

Description: The cult of Carnage comes to New York City! When he was last seen, John Jameson was being recovered from the scene of a massacre in Doverton, Colorado, by Misty Knight. Since then, they’ve both been MIA. So how, then, are they the only two people poised to prevent chaos as a mysterious foe of Spider-Man’s is resurrected in the basements of Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane?!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: August 28.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: LETHAL PROTECTORS #2

Written by: Frank Tieri.

Art by: Flaviano Armentaro.

Cover by: Iban Coello, Greg Smallwood.

Description: The Cult of Carnage is on the hunt for Misty Knight! Can the team of Iron Fist, Morbius and Cloak & Dagger defeat the newly resurrected Demogoblin?! Hell hath no fury like a goblin’s scorn!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Sept. 18.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

Absolute Carnage: Lethal Protectors #3

Carnage’s doppelgänger army has stormed Manhattan and Misty Knight is trapped beneath the city’s street with the monsters… INCLUDING THE MAN-WOLF! THE BATTLE FOR THE SOUL OF JOHN JAMESON BEGINS HERE!

Writer
Frank Tieri
Illustrator
Flaviano
Cover Illustrator
Iban Coello
Release Date: October 23, 2019

Source : www.adventuresinpoortaste.com

C’est pas désagréable, le dessin.

Jim

Perso, je suis toujours partagé avec ce genre d’approche.
D’un côté, on sort d’une forme d’académisme, du « beau dessin ». Et c’est intéressant d’un point de vue organique.
D’un autre côté, c’est tellement roughy et « facile » (cadrages/compositions).

Je suis curieux de voir comment il s’en sort sur des scènes calmes. Parce que là, effectivement, c’est une séquence bourrine.

Jim