INJECTION #1-10 (Warren Ellis / Declan Shalvey, bellaire)

V’là d’quoi requinquer les chagrineux du Chevalier d’là Lune” comme dirait mon arrière-grand-oncle Sophie. L’équipe en charge du premier arc de la série Moon Knight, composée du scénariste Warren Ellis, du dessinateur Declan Shalvey et de la coloriste Jordie Bellaire, se retrouve à la tête d’une nouvelle série chez Image intitulée Injection.

Elle suit un groupe de personnes qui ont trouvés le moyen de rendre leurs vies plus intéressantes (apparemment via injection), mais devront rapidement en subir les conséquences.

Injection #1 sortira en avril 2015.

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Liens
Le site de l’éditeur: imagecomics.com
Le site du scénariste: warrenellis.com
Le blog du dessinateur: dshalv.blogspot.fr

[quote=“Declan Shalvey”]INJECTION is an ongoing series about a group of eccentrics who have basically destroyed our current existence; creating a new level of mayhem in which we all now have to live in. It’s their fault.

INJECTION was appealing to me as it was a chance to keep working with Warren and Jordie, which I really wanted to do after how creatively rewarding Moon Knight was. It’s a long form sci-fi series, something I’ve wanted to do for quite a while, and in top of it all, it’s something that I’m creating from scratch. Warren and I have talked about the storytelling approach, and we’re making a book that’s very much curtailed to my artistic sensibilities. Warren call’s it ‘a serial novel for comics’, which goes to show that we have a very specific approach for INJECTION in particular.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU DESSINATEUR DECLAN SHALVEY[/size]

Le premier numéro de Injection sortira en mai 2015:

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Source: www.comicbookresources.com

Joli.

Et voici les premières pages:

Le premier numéro sortira en mai.

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[quote]Injection #2
Story by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Jun 10th, 2015
INJECTION is the new ongoing series created by the acclaimed creative team of MOON KNIGHT. In this issue: the five members of the Cross-Cultural Contamination Unit came from very different backgrounds. Simeon Winters, for instance, came from a department of the British Foreign Office. The one that kills foreign people. Also this issue: sandwiches.[/quote]

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Source: www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Injection #3
Story by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Jul 8th, 2015
MATURE READERS ONLY
Robin Morel is consulted on the operating systems of pixies and his betrayal of the natural world. Civilization is dying and only five people know.[/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

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[quote]Injection #4
Story by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
A spriggan hunt among the dark satanic mills.[/quote]

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Source: www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Injection #5
Story by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Sep 9th, 2015
Maria Kilbride goes underground to save a man from the sound of the haunted future.[/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU DESSINATEUR DECLAN SHALVEY [/size]

Trois pages de Injection #6 :

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[quote]Injection #7

Story by
Warren Ellis
Art by
Declan Shalvey
Colors by
Jordie Bellaire
Cover by
Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Publisher
Image Comics

Cover Price:
$2.99
Release Date
Feb 10th, 2016

Detective and sandwich enthusiast Vivek Headland investigates the strange case of the man having an affair with the ghost of his dead girlfriend.[/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com

Quelqu’un lit ce titre ?

J’ai fait l’impasse mais j’ai l’impression, à regarder (assez) superficiellement - pour ne pas me spoiler au cas où - les pages proposées par Jack! (merci Jack!) que je n’aurais peut-être pas dû ?

J’ai commandé le premier TPB, mais je ne l’ai pas encore lu. Aucune hésitation à acheter en tout cas. Les preview sont chouettes et Warren Ellis a l’air d’y mettre beaucoup de jus de crâne, si je me fie à ce qu’il en dit dans Orbital Operation (sa mailing list).

D’ailleurs, on est parti pour un moment :

[quote]Including the specials, which I guess would count as an appendix, PLANETARY is some 700 pages long.
FREAKANGELS is around 900 pages long.
TRANSMETROPOLITAN is around 1300 pages long.
**INJECTION, if we get to the end, will be 500 pages long. I will probably be fifty when the final collection comes out.
**Joss Whedon is four years older than me but when we stand together he looks ten years younger than me.
Comics. They’ll kill you quick.[/quote]

sur le premier tpb en tout cas c’est du ellis qui fait du ellis. Rien de nouveau pour qui suit l’auteur.

Je préfère largement à cette série, l’autre ongoing tree dans laquelle ellis propose des choses différentes même s’il semble clore tout cela des le premier tpb.

Le dernier boulot majeur d’ellis en ce qui me concerne c’est freakangels que je conseille vivement à qui veut un vent de fraicheur et un travail très sympa sur les personnages.

Oui c’est l’impression que j’ai aussi, (je vais y jeter un coup d’œil dès que possible), merci.

Totalement d’accord. Bizarrement, ça ne semble pas avoir marqué grand monde.

Ah personnellement, je considère freakangels comme l’un des sommets de sa créativité.

Un petit bout de script :

INJECTION #1, Script

PAGE ONE

Pic 1

SO: we are working largely on four-panel pages, all the panels being page-wide, as this is what Declan likes. We’ve all been practising on MOON KNIGHT. Here we go.

We open on a large, old HOSPITAL building placed on a slight rise on moorland. A few stands of dead trees, fog, very early morning light in winter. We should be able to discern an archway in the middle of the building’s frontage. But, you know, we’re really talking about a gothic building on a moor.

TEXT There’s not much left of Maria.

Pic 2

On that archway, beyond which is a courtyard in the middle of the building. Either it’s a metal one that has the name of the hospital in it, or a stone one where the name of the hospital is incised in it. Your call. I’d go for the metal one, personally, seeing the name of the place against the sky. And it’s called SAWLUNG HOSPITAL.

(no dialogue)

Pic 3

CUT TO: MARIA KILBRIDE’S EYES.

Maria Kilbride is a willowy woman, tall, white, just past thirty, with a mane of curly auburn hair. Pale green eyes. Clothes tend to hang on her a bit, like the generic bathrobe/dressing-gown she currently wears, and the horrible pyjamas, and the slippers give her clown feet, too. These are clothes she’s been given at the hospital. We can see none of this, but I’m dropping it in now. Tired eyes.

(no dialogue)

Pic 4

Kilbride with her back to us, looking out a broad old window suffused with sepia sunrise. Standing with an NHS cane, one of the crappy metal-tubing ones. So pull back enough to at least get the top of the cane in shot. Atmosphere.

JORDIE: we’re at the top of a sequence for which my keywords were “sepia, cobwebby, yellowed.” Another way to go would be Wong Kar-Wai/Christopher Doyle – David-Lynch fritzing-fluorescents.

Also, DEC NOTE: thinking a lot about Wes Anderson, one-point perspective, centering characters in shots.

TEXT The wind from tomorrow is scouring her away.

PAGE TWO

Pic 1

CUT TO: KILBRIDE shuffling down a long hospital corridor with her cane, left to right across this wide panel. She’s not moving well.

TEXT The talons of the old world are reaching up out of the dirt for her ankles.

Pic 2

She passes a doorway. A male NURSE stands just inside the doorway, in the shadows. Dressed as a male nurse, sure, aside from the black rubber facemask and the long heavy black rubber gloves.

TEXT She can barely remember what hope and peace felt like.

Pic 3

Entering a CANTEEN area. One person sits alone in here, aside from the couple of nurses stationed on either side of the room (or something like that). That one person is CONTROL, a woman in her fifties, greying hair pulled back, in a thick and expensive coat, a cardboard folder on the table in front of her.

TEXT She dreams of those infinite childhood Augusts when she didn’t know anything and nothing was coming, and wakes up with cold in her bones.

Pic 4

CONTROL looks up, with a cool fake smile.

CONTROL Professor Kilbride.

(formatting is inexact, because newslettering system won’t transfer the dialogue tabs or the two different fonts I use - one for descripts, one for dialogue.)

(Also note: I lead with the physical descriptions because Declan has to draw them. We have, at this point, already discussed the characters and their personalities in email and phone calls, but I went straight to script rather than writing separate character descriptions pre-script.)