GROO: FRAY OF THE GODS #1-4 (Sergio Aragonés, Mark Evanier)

Il n’aura pas fallu attendre longtemps après la conclusion de la dernière mini-série Groo : Friends & Foes pour que Sergio Aragonés retrouve ses camarades Mark Evanier, le lettreur Stan Sakai et le coloriste Don Luth à l’occasion d’une nouvelle histoire de Groo intitulée Fray of the Gods.

*Les dieux n’ont clairement pas béni Groo du don d’intelligence, seulement avec l’adresse au combat. Aujourd’hui, les Dieux eux-mêmes sont en conflit au sujet de l’humanité et surtout de son avenir… C’est ainsi que Groo devient le pion (involontairement, bien sûr) d’une guerre qui le dépasse. Si le futur de l’Homme dépend du vagabond, nous sommes tous dans la merdouille. *

Le premier numéro sur les douze prévus sort en juillet chez Dark Horse.

Liens
Le site de l’éditeur: darkhorse.com
Le site de Groo: groo.com

Tiens il faudrait que je relise à l’occasion il y avait (dans mon souvenir en tout cas) de sacrés bons gags ; et mon fils quand il était gamin adorait cette série.
Dommage qu’elle n’est pas marchée en V.F.

[quote]Groo: Fray of the Gods #1

Story by
Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier
Art by
Sergio Aragones
Cover by
Sergio Aragones
Publisher
Dark Horse Comics

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Jul 20th, 2016

The gods did not bless Groo with brains, only with the ability to battle. Now, they themselves are in conflict over the spirit and future of mankind . . . and it is Groo who becomes the pawn (unwitting, of course) in their war. If the future of humanity depends on the wanderer-we’re all in a lot of trouble.

It’s the basis for the new twelve-issue Groo limited series, Groo: Fray of the Gods, featuring a fable told by the same old guys as always: Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier, with Tom Luth coloring, and Stan Sakai on the lettering pen.
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Source : www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Groo: Fray of the Gods #3

Writer:
Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier
Artist:
Sergio Aragones
Colorist:
Tom Luth
Cover Artist:
Sergio Aragones

What does a god do when his followers stop following? Easy: He makes them follow. Ravenous the Insatiable (one of your greedier gods) and his minions do godlike things to his flock. That is, until the godforsaken warrior named Groo shows up. Then the new order of Ravenous faces a challenge, and all the believers suddenly believe it’s time to flee. With lettering by Stan Sakai, coloring by Tom Luth, and yet another actual, real letter column by Evanier, it’s a treat for anyone smarter than Groo . . . which is, of course, everyone.

  • An Eisner Award–winning title with Eisner and Harvey Award–winning creators!

Publication Date: November 23, 2016
Format: FC, 32 [/quote]

Source : darkhorse.com

[quote]GROO: FRAY OF THE GODS #4

Written by: Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier.

Art by: Sergio Aragones.

Cover by: Sergio Aragones.

Description: It’s the last issue of a four-issue Groo miniseries, and we all know what that leads to: the first issue (coming soon) of the next four-issue Groo miniseries. In this epic conclusion (not to be confused with the next epic conclusion or others that follow), Groo finds himself in the midst of a battle twixt the awesome, all-powerful gods and maybe a few lesser ones.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Jan. 4. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com