DR. FATE #1-18 (Paul Levitz / Sonny Liew)

Le scénariste Paul Levitz profite de Convergence pour se défaire de World’s Finest (qui avait perdu ses protagonistes principaux en cours de route) pour s’attaquer à une nouvelle série Dr. Fate avec le dessinateur Sonny Liew (The Shadow Hero).
Il est fort probable qu’il s’agisse d’une série sur le Docteur Fate évoluant sur la Terre-2.

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le site de l’éditeur: dccomics.com

Voici les dessins préparatoires de Sonny Liew:

[quote]Well, when Gardner wrote this in the first place, you couldn’t deal with ethnicity, you couldn’t deal with religion - they just didn’t exist in comics 75 years ago in America.

So here you have an Egyptian-American kid whose father was a doctor in Egypt, but is working as a cab driver in America, because he can’t be re-certified. I have known cab drivers in America who were Egyptians who had issues like that, with incredibly educated professions in their own country, who couldn’t practice them here. That’s not something you could have done 75 years ago.

I think, over the course of it, we’ll certainly touch on elements about how he’s integrating or not into American population. We’ll certainly, over time, touch upon his reaction to what’s going on in Egypt politically. You could never have done that years ago.

I’m not sure you could have done a scene set in the Brooklyn Museum or the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens years ago. You would have had some bowdlerized equivalent of it. That wasn’t terrible, but there’s a whole lot of things available now that weren’t then.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE PAUL LEVITZ[/size]

J’ai un peu peur de Levitz sur le titre. Mais bon…

Je trouve quand même qu’il y a un effet “Batgirl” entre Canary ou ce Dr Fate. Rajeunissement et ambiance djeunz pour plagier Jim. Plus de fraîcheur, plus de mixité aussi.

Et en plus, si Hilary CLinton devient Président des USA, alors là…

[quote=“Hush”]J’ai un peu peur de Levitz sur le titre. Mais bon…
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Je l’ai pas détesté sur Worlds Finest, qui a ses bons moments.

Jim

[quote]DC Sneak Peek: Dr. Fate
Story by Paul Levitz
Art by Sonny Liew
Letters by Nick J. Napolitano
Cover by Sonny Liew
Publisher DC Comics
Cover Price: $0.00
Release Date May 13th, 2015
Twenty-something Egyptian-American med student Khalid “Kent” Nassor becomes the newest wearer of the helmet of Fate.
This ALL-NEW FREE 8-page preview leads right into the brand new series by Paul Levitz’s (Worlds’ Finest, Adventure Comics) DR. FATE #1![/quote]

La phase 2 est bien meilleur que la 1 niveau graphisme, il y a de bons trucs.

Je sens une arrivée de nouveaux talents chez DC qui ne me déplaît pas.

[quote]I’m trying out pencilling the pages digitally for the first time. It doesn’t feel the same as drawing on paper, but it does help speed the process up when you need to do corrections and adjustments.

I print out the art afterwards and ink on those, so the final product is still hand drawn.

I don’t have a photographic memory - damn you, Kim Jung Gi! - so, yeah, endless visual references are needed. I’ve tended to be more old school in my approach, but I’m slowly catching up with what digital tools can help with, like laying out perspective grids in Photoshop.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU DESSINATEUR SONNY LIEW[/size]

J’veux pas jouer au relou, mais ce Dr Fate-là n’était-il pas sur Earth-2 ? Du coup, cette vie très normale ne cadre pas trop avec Earth-2 : Society…
Et je ne peux m’empêcher de voir ici une réplique de DC au traitement de la religion et de la vie quotidienne dans Miss Marvel.

C’est le Doctor Fate de Earth-0, je suppose.

Dans Earth-2, Khalid n’a pas eu le casque de cette manière. :wink:

[quote]Dr. Fate #1
Written by: Paul Levitz
Art by: Sonny Liew
Cover by: Sonny Liew
Variant cover by: Ibrahim Moustafa
You thought global warming was bad? Anubis, the Egyptian Lord of Dead, is preparing the flood to wash the world away. Standing in his way? An overwhelmed Brooklyn med student who’s been handed the helmet of Fate, without an instruction manual.
U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Jun 17 2015[/quote]

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Souce: www.mancave.cbslocal.com

Et j’ai eu tort. Bien fait pour moi.

Levitz décrit les premières heures du Doc Fate de Terre-0 avec beaucoup de simplicité. L’intrigue est claire et ne demande qu’à s’emballer surtout avec les dessins EXTRAORDINNAIRES de Sonny Liew.

Extraordinaires car ils font du bonheur à mes yeux et parc eque ça change de voir chez DC. Mais surtout parce que ça colle avec l’histoire de Polo Levitz. Ce petit Khalid Nelson, jeune ado, est à croquer et ses aventures promettent de joyeuses cases. Je suis aussi très curieux de voir Levitz développer la mixité culturelle de ce petit personnage.

Même si le cliffhanger est un petit peu abrupte (rien de grave) , ce Doc Fate est incontestablement mon coup de coeur de la semaine.

ca a l air sympa.
C est quoi terre 0?
Tant que DC revient à une magie plus interessante que ce qu on lit dans JLD.

Terre-0 c’est la Terre DCU (New 52 & DCYou).

C’est plus magique que fantastique, en effet.

[quote]DOCTOR FATE #2
Art by: Sonny Liew
Cover by: Sonny Liew
Variant cover by: Ibrahim Moustafa
Written by: Paul Levitz
The new Dr. Fate is already having trouble controlling the power of Nabu – and time is of the essence because he’s about to be tested by an ancient evil!
U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Jul 15 2015[/quote]

Source: www.comicbook.com

[quote]Doctor Fate #2
Story by Paul Levitz
Art by Sonny Liew
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Nick J. Napolitano
Cover by Sonny Liew, Ibrahim Moustafa
Publisher DC Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Jul 15th, 2015
The new Dr. Fate is already having trouble controlling the power of Nabu – and time is of the essence because he’s about to be tested by an ancient evil![/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

Il est bon le père Levitz quand il s’agit de faire parler une famille.

C’est un comic très sage mais diablement attachant par son personnage et un dessin à croquer.

Mon petit coup de coeur du matin.

[quote] I never quite understood why superheroes had to be really buff. It doesn’t seem to make a lot of sense that someone with, say, super strength and invulnerability would need to hit the gym. Maybe it’s more a case of having the visual representation match the idea of a heroic figure… if that’s the case I think it’s still interesting to play off those tropes, to have a superhero figure who look a little more like an average person on the street.

For all that, I’ve tried to keep the look of the helmet fateful — it does represent, after all, the most iconic element of the character’s makeup.[/quote]

[size=200]INTERVIEW DE L’ARTISTE SONNY LIEW[/size]

[quote]DOCTOR FATE #3

Written by PAUL LEVITZ
Art and cover by SONNY LIEW
1:25 Variant cover by IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA

On sale AUGUST 19 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

It’s literally raining cats and dogs as the mystic forces of Anubis and Bastet use a tidal wave to settle an ancient score, and only the new, hopelessly inexperienced Doctor Fate can save a city from drowning.[/quote]

Source: www.comicsalliance.com

[quote]Dr. Fate #4
Written by: Paul Levitz
Art by: Sonny Liew
Cover by: Sonny Liew
Life is getting harder for the new Doctor Fate. Now, an ancient god wants to destroy him, a mystical flood threatens to drown him, and the riddle of the Sphinx eludes him. Also, homework.
U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Sep 16 2015[/quote]

Source: www.13thdimension.com