JUSTICE LEAGUE #34-43 (Christopher Priest / Pete Woods)


(Le Doc) #1

DC Comics a officialisé l’équipe créative qui prendra la relève de Bryan Hitch et Fernando Pasarin sur la série Justice League : Christopher Priest (Black Panther, Deathstroke…) et Pete Woods (Deadpool, Action Comics…).

Le duo fera ses débuts sur le titre à partir du #34 de décembre. Retrouvez ci-dessous les sollicitations et un aperçu de leurs premiers épisodes :

JUSTICE LEAGUE #34
Written by CHRISTOPHER PRIEST
Art and cover by PETE WOODS
Variant cover by NICK BRADSHAW
“LOST” part one! When the Justice League is confronted by three concurrent threats, a sleep-deprived Batman makes a crucial error that causes an unthinkable—and potentially unforgivable—tragedy. Legendary Eisner Award-nominated writer Christopher Priest (Deathstroke) is joined by artist Pete Woods for a brand-new must-read Justice League story like you’ve never seen before!
On sale DECEMBER 6 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

JUSTICE LEAGUE #35
Written by CHRISTOPHER PRIEST
Art and cover by PETE WOODS
Variant cover by NICK BRADSHAW
“LOST” part two! Still greatly affected by the shocking events of the previous issue, the Justice League attempts to regain its balance when an alien infestation threatens the Earth. But nothing can prepare them for an attack closer to home…one that will reveal devastating truths about the League itself!
On sale DECEMBER 20 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

Source : www.dccomics.com


(Le Doc) #2

Christopher Priest :

“I am really excited and very intimidated by the opportunity to step onto DC’s largest stage—the Festival of Big Gun Characters Priest Has Never Before Been Invited To Write. It is my goal to mine a bit of new ore from this 50+ year old franchise by taking the tack Geoff Johns and I developed for Deathstroke: a ‘real world’ approach and exploring the characters’ humanity introspectively.”

“In my initial Deathstroke conversation with Geoff, I suggested that, since we were reimagining Slade Wilson’s adventures, why not shape the new book more like what a Deathstroke feature or TV series might look like? It is my intent to bring that same sensibility to Justice League, taking a hard “what if these characters actually existed in the real world?” look and working in an area of the series premise that is less frequently tapped.”

“Is the Justice League still relevant? What are their goals and how do we define them? In the ‘real’ world, how would various societies around the globe view this pantheon of godlike beings?”

“My goal is to treat the Justice League more like a workplace drama. Although we will, of course, still have world threats, nasty villains (including Deathstroke!), and alien armadas, the League’s greater challenge will be to define their place in this new and increasingly cynical age.”

Pete Woods :

“I cannot express enough how excited I am to be working with Christopher on the Justice League! The story we’ve got in store is something I think is a unique take. We want to give readers a different angle on the characters, their relationships, and just what it means to be a member of the Justice League.”

“I’m going to be bringing everything I have to this book. It’s gonna be a fun ride! I love these characters.”

Source : www.dccomics.com


(FC powaaaa) #3

Je ne me souviens pas avoir lu une série d’équipe réalisée par Priest. Je suis intrigué !


(Jim Lainé) #4

C’est une nouvelle surprenante, mais assez enthousiasmante.
J’aime beaucoup ce que fait Priest, un goût teinté de méfiance tant je le trouve parfois expérimental, ou difficile à suivre. Les débuts de son Deathstroke, un peu comparables aux débuts de son Black Panther, désorientent beaucoup. Mais il est plein d’idées et ses personnages ne sont jamais d’une pièce.
Quant à Pete Woods, j’ai toujours préféré la période Robin, où il singeait les tics de Hughes et Dodson. Depuis qu’il a développé un style plus sec (sur Action Comics, et les planches qu’on voit ici semblent correspondre à cette optique), je suis un poil moins fan, mais il est super compétent, et ce premier échantillon donne un aperçu du côté spectaculaire dont il est capable.
Les deux ensemble, je suis très curieux.

Jim


(Blackiruah) #5

Priest sur jl ! Oh je suis ambiancé à fond !


(victor newman) #6

Ah oui ça peut le faire.


(Le Doc) #7

JUSTICE LEAGUE #34
U.S. Price: $2.99
ON SALE 12/6
“THE PEOPLE vs JUSTICE LEAGUE” part one! When the Justice League is confronted by three concurrent threats, a sleep-deprived Batman makes a crucial error that causes an unthinkable—and potentially unforgivable—tragedy. Legendary Eisner Award-nominated writer Christopher Priest (Deathstroke) is joined by artist Pete Woods for a brand-new must-read Justice League story like you’ve never seen before!

Source : www.syfywire.com


(Ben Wawe) #8

Pas très joli, ça.


(Le Doc) #9

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JUSTICE LEAGUE #35

(W) Christopher Priest (A/CA) Pete Woods

“THE PEOPLE vs JUSTICE LEAGUE” part two! Still greatly affected by the shocking events of the previous issue, the Justice League attempts to regain its balance when an alien infestation threatens the Earth. But nothing can prepare them for an attack closer to home… one that will reveal devastating truths about the League itself!
RATED T
In Shops: Dec 20, 2017
SRP: $2.99

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Source : www.comicbook.com


(Jim Lainé) #10

Un truc qui me plaît bien, voire beaucoup, c’est le retour des bulles sur les couvertures.

Jim


(Le Doc) #11

JUSTICE LEAGUE #36

(W) Christopher Priest (A/CA) Pete Woods
“THE PEOPLE vs JUSTICE LEAGUE” part three ! Footage of a major Justice League failure ends up on an extremist website, going viral across social media and prompting a Congressional investigation of the team. As public debate explodes over America’s trust in the Justice League, the team faces a crisis of confidence in Batman and his methods, which ultimately highlights fractures within the team over civil rights and methodology.

Written by: Christopher Priest
Art by: Pete Woods
Cover by: Pete Woods
Variant cover by: J.G. Jones

U.S. Price:
2.99
On Sale Date:
Jan 3 2018
Color/B&W:
Color
Trim Size:
Comic
Page Count:
32

Source : www.theavclub.com


(Oncle Hermes) #12

Un troisième round pour le Bat-Tim du futur ?.. Juste une supposition…


(Le Doc) #13

Justice League #37

“THE PEOPLE vs JUSTICE LEAGUE” part four! As public confidence in the League continues to fall, strained relationships within the team are set aside when Simon Baz is kidnapped by the mysterious figure known as the Fan: a zealous Justice League acolyte who was inspired by the team as a youth and who now deals death to the League’s enemies. The Fan knows literally every detail about the League membership’s powers and tactics, and easily turns their own systems and resources against them “for their own good.”

Justice League #37 arrives in comic shops next Wednesday, January 17.

Writer: Christopher Priest
Artist: Philippe Briones
Cover: Pete Woods
Variant Cover: J.G. Jones

Source : www.wegotthiscovered.com


(Le Doc) #14

Justice League s’arrêtera au #43. La série sera ensuite relancée avec Scott Snyder au scénario.

Les détails ici :


(KabFC) #15

Ils me saoul a vouloir relancer le titre avec un nouveau #1.


(Ben Wawe) #16

C’est la loi du marché.


(KabFC) #17

pas vraiment.


(Ben Wawe) #18

Bah…
Le marché est devenu moins qu’une niche, les clients sont des fans nostalgiques qui se lassent assez vite, râlent beaucoup, mais ne suivent pas forcément leurs demandes. Par le système des pré-commandes, par le buzz qui règne désormais dans tout et n’importe quoi, les #1 vendent plus que les #272 ; donc Marvel et DC, qui ne sont devenus que des départements de R&D pour le cinéma, tentent malgré tout de survivre, et de vendre autant que possible… et les relances attirent l’attention, créent un peu d’intérêt chez les fans, qui se risquent donc plus à acheter.


(KabFC) #19

ca dépend à qui tu parles et comment on voit les choses. Je suis d’accord avec toi, mais c’est une affirmation bien dur à prouver.

Par contre je reste persuader qu’une bonne communication vaut tout aussi bien qu’un relaunch. Oui la clientèle aime bien les #1, mais c’est surtout le collectionneur qui aime ça et encore de moins en moins il faut vraiment arrêter des penser comme ça. Avec une bonne pub et un bon auteur tu fais vendre pareil que si c’était un 1. Le lecteur est pas stupide il veut lire de gros machin, peu importe le numéro.


(FC powaaaa) #20

Il a tenu combien de temps, Priest ?