CIVIL WAR II : KINGPIN #1-4 (Matthew Rosenberg / Ortiz)

On s’étonnait de ne pas voir apparaitre de mini-série consacrée au Caïd sur les étalages vu le succès qu’a rencontré l’acteur Vincent D’Onofrio pour sa prestation dans la première saison de Daredevil, mais l’évènement Civil War II va remédier à ce léger contre-temps.

Le jeune scénariste Matthew Rosenberg (We Can Never Go Home) et le dessinateur Ricardo Lopez Ortiz (Wolf) ont été engagés par la Maison des Idées pour animer les quatre numéros de la mini-série Civil War II : Kingpin.

[quote=“Rosenberg”]*"Wilson Fisk est un opportuniste avant toute chose. Derrière ses motivations égoïstes, son aspect brutal, ou même sa mascarade en tant que pilier de la communauté, c’est un homme qui perçoit le meilleur moyen de s’enrichir. Lorsqu’on le retrouve, le milieu criminel est plus rude que jamais et [Fisk] essaie encore de s’y ajuster. …]

Son business est de favoriser Wilson Fisk. La nouvelle guerre civile lui fournit une opportunité unique de le faire. C’est un profiteur de guerre civile."*[/quote]

Cette déclaration du scénariste nous ramène à la brève apparition du vilain lors de la première saga Civil War (2006). Dans Civil War : War Crimes signé Frank Tieri et Staz Johnson, le Caïd menait son petit monde par le bout du nez depuis la cellule de sa prison, allant jusqu’à se jouer d’Iron Man et de Captain America pour favoriser sa position.

Civil War II : Kingpin #1 sort en juillet sous une couverture régulière illustrée par Aaron Kuder (ci-dessous) et une couverture alternative d’Esad Ribic (ci-dessus).

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C’est quoi de la procelaine ? :stuck_out_tongue:

Voici trois pages de Civil War II : Kingpin #1 suivies de la couverture alternative réalisée par Skottie Young :

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[quote]Civil War II: Kingpin #1

Story by
Matthew Rosenberg
Art by
Dalibor Talajic, Jose Marzan Jr.
Colors by
Miroslav Mrva
Letters by
Travis Lanham
Cover by
Aaron Kuder, Israel Silva, Esad Ribic, Skottie Young , Jamie McKelvie , Matthew Wilson
Publisher
Marvel Comics

Cover Price:
$4.99
Release Date
Jul 6th, 2016

An Inhuman with the ability to predict the future has helped the heroes of the Marvel Universe clamp down on crime before it can even happen. While this thwarts most criminals, one man has found a way to keep doing what he does best. Wilson Fisk has managed to stay one step ahead of the good guys and his crime enterprise is BOOMING. But what’s his secret?! Rising stars Matthew Rosenberg (We Can Never Go Home) and Ricardo Lopez Ortiz (Wolf) present a gritty, street-level view of CIVIL WAR II starring the Kingpin in a world without crime!
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Voici trois pages de Civil War II : Kingpin #2 :

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[quote]Civil War II: Kingpin #2

Story by
Matthew Rosenberg
Art by
Ricardo Lopez Ortiz
Colors by
Mat Lopes, Antonio Fabela
Letters by
Travis Lanham
Cover by
Aaron Kuder, Matthew Wilson, Dustin Nguyen
Publisher
Marvel Comics

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Aug 3rd, 2016

Despite the heroes’ new future-seeing ally, the crime business is treating Wilson Fisk VERY well. So well, in fact, that his jealous competitors are MURDERING the Kingpin’s men. And to make matters worse, the linchpin of Fisk’s operation — an inhuman with the uncanny ability to stay incognito — is getting ill. Can the Kingpin find a way to keep his business afloat or is his time on top finally finished?
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Ci-dessous, quatre pages de Civil War : Kingpin #3 suivies de la couverture par Aaron Kuder :

Source : www.newsarama.com

[quote]CIVIL WAR II: KINGPIN #3

Written by: Matthew Rosenberg.

Art by: Ricardo Lopez Ortiz.

Covers by: Steve Epting.

Description: Wilson Fisk has reason to believe that one of his own men is staging a coup-and killing those who won’t surrender their loyalty. But mutiny becomes the least of Fisk’s worries when the Punisher launches an attack on the Kingpin’s safe house. Can the Fisk keep his business afloat with his cronies dropping like flies, and Frank Castle gunning for him, or is this finally the end of the reign of the Kingpin?

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Sept. 23. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote]CIVIL WAR II: KINGPIN #4

Written by: Matthew Rosenberg.

Art by: Ricardo Lopez Ortiz.

Covers by: Aaron Kuder, Kyle Baker.

Description: He may be a criminal, but Wilson Fisk is a self-made man. He’s worked hard to secure his empire. He built it from the ground up. And now that Fisk knows one of his men has betrayed him in an attempt to take away his life’s work, he’s prepared to give his all to put an end to the mutiny. After all, you don’t become the Kingpin of crime without breaking a few rules and a lot of blood, sweat and tears.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Oct. 19. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com