FUTURE QUEST #1-11 (Jeff Parker / Evan Shaner, Darwyn Cooke)


(Jack!) #1

Il y aura bien un ‘Reboot’ en mai 2016 chez DC Comics mais pas forcément là où l’attendent les lecteurs (en tout cas dans un premier temps). L’éditeur de Wonder Woman et Batman a révélé via le site Entertainment Weekly qu’il lançait le remaniement des productions Hanna-Barbera avec l’aide d’auteurs prestigieux.

C’est le cas de la série-anthologique Future Quest rassemblant tous les aventuriers de Hanna-Barbera - notamment Johnny Quest, Space Ghost, The Herculoids, Frankenstein Jr, The Impossibles, Birdman, The Galaxy Trio et Mightor.

Elle a été confiée aux auteurs Jeff Parker et Evan “Doc” Shaner (déjà à l’origine des projets sensiblement rétro comme Flash Gordon et Convergence : Shazam), ainsi qu’à l’artiste Darwyn Cooke (excusez du peu !).

Voici les premières images de Shaner :

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Le site de l’éditeur : dccomics.com


(Jack!) #2

Ci-dessous, les couvertures alternatives Future Quest #1 par Evan Shaner, Steve Rude et Bill Sienkiewicz :

Source : www.comicbookresources.com


(KabFC) #3

Parker est taillé pour ce type de série. C’est très alléchant en tout cas.


(Jack!) #4

Quelques pages de** Future Quest #1** :


(artemus dada) #5

Ça m’intéresse bien cette affaire.


(victor newman) #6

Pareil.


(Jack!) #7

Voici la couverture alternative de Future Quest par Joe Quinones :

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(artemus dada) #8

J’ai jamais accroché aux histoires de Jeff Parker (alors que ses idées sur le papier m’intéressaient), mais tout ce qui est montré ici me donne bien envie de tenter le coup.


(Jack!) #9

Quelques planches supplémentaires :

[quote=“Parker”]One of the suggested takes on it early on was to treat this as a New Frontier for the Hanna-Barbera action adventure universe. And that was the perfect thing to say to me, and probably Doc too. I was like, whoa, treat it like my favorite thing DC has done? Yes. OK, I can do that.

So right away, we needed a big galactic threat that made sense, that it could attack Space Ghost, the Herculoids, the Galaxy Trio, and also post a huge threat to Earth.[/quote]

[quote=“Shaner”]I had to tweak some things here and there. Jonny and Hadji and the whole crew from Jonny Quest is the focal point, the anchor for the whole story, and that’s the way I’ve look at it visually.

Jonny and Space Ghost are largely exactly the same as they were in the '60s. So characters on that end change less. Birdman, his costume is a little different, but for the most part, he’s still the same character. The Galaxy Trio are also largely the same.

But characters like Frankenstein Jr. or the Impossibles, who would be more toward the Jetsons, or Flintstones kind of side of things, certainly changed a little bit more to try to fit in with that view point.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE JEFF PARKER ET EVAN ‘DOC’ SHANER [/size]


(Jack!) #10

Le grand Darwyn Cooke est actuellement en cours de traitement des suites d’un “cancer agressif”.
Voici le court message posté par Marsha Cooke sur le blog de son mari :

[quote]J’emmerde le cancer.

"C’est avec une grande tristesse que nous vous révélons que Darwyn reçoit actuellement des soins palliatifs suite à son combat contre un cancer virulent. Son frère Dennis et moi, ainsi que toute notre famille, apprécions le soutien sans conditions que nous avons reçu.
Nous demandons que notre vie privée soit respectée tandis que nous traversons cette période difficile.
[/quote]

Source : darwyncooke.blogspot.fr


(Le Doc) #11

Moi aussi…putain de crabe !


(Skypaul) #12

Ouais je l’emmerde bien fort ce connard de cancer.
Les rumeurs de la mort de Cooke se font de plus en plus nombreuses et sont relayés sur Twitter par des collaborateurs a lui.
Fais chier


(Skypaul) #13

Et c’est officiel. Darwin Cooke vient de mourir des suites de son cancer…


(Le Doc) #14

Oui, j’attendais ce communiqué officiel, avec un très mince espoir, mais il n’y a pas eu de happy end. :frowning:
On en parle aussi dans la rubrique In Memoriam

Quelle année de merde…


(Jack!) #15

[quote]Future Quest #1

Story by
Jeff Parker
Art by
Evan Shaner, Steve Rude
Colors by
Jordie Bellaire
Cover by
Evan Shaner, Steve Rude, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Quinones , Aaron Lopresti
Publisher
DC Comics

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
May 18th, 2016

When the adventurous and inquisitive Jonny Quest and his adoptive brother Hadji make a startling discovery in the swamplands of Florida, they are pulled into an epic struggle between the Space Rangers and a dangerous villain who threatens the galaxy. Now it’s up to the combined forces of Team Quest, Inter-Nation Security, Space Ghost, and a host of Hanna-Barbera’s greatest action heroes to stop him and save their universe!

Don’t miss the start of this new, monthly series that features character designs by comics superstar Darwyn Cooke and kicks off with an extra-sized story and a wraparound cover!
[/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com


(system) #16

Hé ben, c’est très bien ficelé, mon mignon!

Comme toujours avec Parker, c’est bourré de “plein” de choses à mettre sous la dent. Dense et joli en plus avec les dessins du “Doc” et du “Dude”.

Excellente première. A voir sur la durée. :wink:


(Jack!) #17

[quote]Future Quest #2

Story by
Jeff Parker
Art by
Evan Shaner
Colors by
Jordie Bellaire
Cover by
Evan Shaner
Publisher
DC Comics

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Jul 6th, 2016

Still reeling from their encounter with the ghost from outer space, Jonny and Hadji reach the wreckage of the vessel that burst through the vortex. The ship’s sole survivor doesn’t remember what she was fleeing, or even her own name…but she does know her pet is called Blip. Plus: journey to Earth’s past, 45,000 years ago-and witness the birth of the world’s first fantastic hero: Mightor!
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Source : www.comicbookresources.com


(Jack!) #18

[quote]Future Quest #3

Story by
Jeff Parker
Art by
Steve Rude
Colors by
Steve Buccellato
Letters by
Dave Lanphear
Cover by
Steve Rude, Karl Kerschl
Publisher
DC Comics

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Jul 27th, 2016

An earth-shattering power has come to life in the jungles of South America, and Team Quest and Birdman race the forces of F.E.A.R. to reach it first! There they find time ripped apart in a lost valley where dinosaurs and cavemen run wild once more as the ancient legend of Mightor is revealed! Only the shipwrecked aliens Jan and Jace hold the secrets of what fate awaits our world, but as a force led by Jezebel Jade attacks, what new hero will rise?
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Source : www.comicbookresources.com


(Jack!) #19

[quote]FUTURE QUEST #4

Written by: Jeff Parker.

Art by: Evan Shaner, Ron Randall.

Covers by: Evan Shaner, Paul Renaud.

Description: An earth-shattering power has come to life in the jungles of South America, and Team Quest and Birdman race the forces of F.E.A.R. to reach it first! There they find time ripped apart in a lost valley where dinosaurs and cavemen run wild once more as the ancient legend of Mightor is revealed! Only the shipwrecked aliens Jan and Jace hold the secrets of what fate awaits our world, but as a force led by Jezebel Jade attacks, what new hero will rise?

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: August 31. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com


(Jack!) #20

[quote]Future Quest #5

Written by: Jeff Parker
Art by: Evan “Doc” Shaner
Cover by: Evan “Doc” Shaner
Variant cover by: Steve Rude

Team Quest is dealt a serious blow at the hands of FEAR just as Omnikron starts rebuilding itself on Earth—out of anything living that comes too close! Inter-Nation’s Deva Sumadi takes charge and splits the group up to go recruit more forces to take on the alien supercreature. It’s time to go on tour with The Impossibles and meet the biggest fighting force in the world, Frankenstein, Jr.!

U.S. Price: 3.99
On Sale Date: Oct 5 2016[/quote]

Source : www.13thdimension.com