EMPYRE : CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 (Phillip Kennedy Johnson / Ariel Olivetti)

Captain America aura également sa mini-série Empyre, dans laquelle il se battra aux côtés de militaires et de civils unis face à l’invasion extraterrestre.
Par Phillip Kennedy Johnson (The Last God) et Ariel Olivetti (Death of the Inhumans).

Le #1 sortira en mai.

EMPYRE: CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 (OF 3)

  • Written by PHILLIP KENNEDY JOHNSON
  • Art by ARIEL OLIVETTI
  • COVER by MIKE HENDERSON
  • The invasion has made landfall! Captain America stands on the front lines – but when the threat goes global even he won’t be enough to stem the tides! Will Captain America be able to find allies willing to fight alongside him – or will he fall in the face of this intergalactic incursion?

Empyre: Captain America #1 goes on sale in May from Marvel Comics.

Source : www.cbr.com

Phillip Kennedy Johnson :

“As an active duty soldier, having the opportunity to write Captain America is a TREMENDOUS honor. Cap is the truest representation of the Army values all soldiers strive to live by, and now it’s my responsibility to get him right for all the Cap fans, but ESPECIALLY for the veterans and active duty service members who want to feel that pride, kinship and camaraderie anytime they see Steve Rogers on the page."

"In the Empyre: Captain America miniseries, Cap faces a global invasion that is simply too big for the Avengers to handle alone, and it falls to him to not only get the U.S. military behind him, but to unite military forces all around the world. Instead of his usual crew of gods, legends, and superheroes, we’ll see him getting muddy and bloody alongside ordinary soldiers and civilians who stand to lose everything, and who need a leader like Captain America to bring them together.”

C’est bien, ces mini-séries sont courtes.

Encore heureux : Ariel Olivetti au long cours, non merci.

Jim

Ho, il est (re)devenu très bien sur Death of the Inhumans.

Dommage, j’aime bien le style graphique de la couv’ !

Hé ouais, c’est la technique Marvel actuelle : la cover plus jolie que l’intérieur.

Jim

Marvel n’est pas exactement le seul à pratiquer cette approche. (Ça marche des deux côtés de l’Atlantique d’ailleurs.)

C’est exact.
Mais si on n’a plus le droit d’être gratuitement méchant, où va le monde ?
:wink:

Jim

On rigole, mais ça m’est déjà arrivé de tomber sur des bouquins dont la couv était moche (ou ratée… Mais une couv’ moche, c’est aussi un ratage), alors que le contenu ne l’était pas.

Tori.