DC-100 PAGE GIANT : DC PRIMAL AGE (DC/TARGET)

Après les revues réservées exclusivement aux magasins Walmart, DC Comics s’est associé avec une autre enseigne, TARGET, pour le DC-100 PAGE GIANT : DC PRIMAL AGE, inspiré par une ligne de jouets qui revisite l’univers DC en mode “sword & sorcery”.

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Les Maîtres de l’Univers ?

Contrairement aux revues Walmart, ce numéro spécial est entièrement composé d’histoires inédites, réalisées notamment par des vétérans comme Marv Wolfman, Louise Simonson, Jerry Ordway, Brent Anderson, Karl Kesel ou encore Keith Pollard.

DC PRIMAL AGE
100-Page Comic GIANT!
Now exclusively available to purchase at Target stores
MSRP: $9.99
DC Super Heroes in a barbarian world team up for a battle against evil, with the fate of Paradise Island in the balance! As Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Superman work together to stop The Joker and King Shark from sinking Themyscira into the sea, Batman must decide whether he can trust the alien Superman long enough to join forces. He’s ready to help, but at what cost?

Credit: DC Comics

Then, learn more about these primitive heroes and villains in five thrilling short stories. Wonder Woman rescues a young boy in the forest and takes an interest in his fate. Mr. Freeze faces a fire-breathing dragon in a fight to save his frozen wife! Batman saves a sorcerer who offers to join his battle against evil. The Joker visits a small village, to devastating effect. And Superman goes rogue…or is there another explanation for his bizarre antics?

“The Primal Age” (32-page main story) – Written by Marv Wolfman with art by Scott Koblish
“Born on a Monday” – Written and drawn by Jerry Ordway
“Ice and Fire” – Written by Louise Simonson with art by Phil Winslade
“Darkest Knight” – Written by Louise Simonson with art by Brent Anderson
“The Joker’s Wild” – Written by Jerry Ordway with art by Chuck Patton, Karl Kesel and Tom Derenick
“Not a Bird…” – Written by Marv Wolfman with art by Keith Pollard and Jose Marzan Jr.

Source : www.newsarama.com

Heu…

Ahahahah, je me suis fait la même remarque en regardant l’image et j’ai failli poster direct avant de voir ta petite ligne.

Il n’est pas exclu que ce soit plus sympa à lire que la ligne régulière.