KENNEL BLOCK BLUES #1-4 (Ryan Ferrier / Daniel Bayliss)

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L’éditeur Boom! Studios dévoile petit à petit la première collaboration entre le scénariste Ryan Ferrier (D4ve) et le dessinateur Daniel Bayliss (Translucid) à travers quatre images animées.

Elles présentent des figures anthropomorphes alternant entre la version enjouée, proche de l’imagerie véhiculée par Disney, et celle moins glamour (c’est le cas de le dire) d’un(e) détenu(e) de prison.

Rendez-vous dans les jours à venir pour en savoir plus sur ce projet intriguant.

Liens
Le site de l’éditeur : boom-studios.com
Le site du scénariste : rferrier.tumblr.com
Le blog du dessinateur : deathtotheillustraitor.blogspot.fr

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L’éditeur Boom! Studios révèle les détails concernant le mystérieux projet de Ryan Ferrier et Daniel Bayliss. Il s’agit d’une mini-série en quatre chapitres intitulées Kennel Block Blues qui débutera en février 2016.

L’histoire suit Oliver, un bon chien de famille qui est envoyé malencontreusement à la prison de Kennel pour y attendre sa dernière piqure. Une seule solution: s’échapper. Mais lorsque le stress de la prison se fait sentir, c’est plutôt à la réalité qu’il commence à échapper, imaginant un monde peuplé d’amis imaginaires. Le tout en chanson !

Ci-dessous, les couvertures de Daniel Bayliss et Nick Pitarra :

une sorte de sucker punch en fait :3

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[quote]Kennel Block Blues #1

Story by
Ryan Ferrier
Art by
Daniel Bayliss
Colors by
Adam Metcalfe
Letters by
Colin Bell
Cover by
Daniel Bayliss, Caspar Wijngaard, Nick Pitarra
Publisher
BOOM! Studios

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Feb 3rd, 2016

What’s to Love: From Oz to Shawshank Redemption, we just love great prison dramas. But what if the prison in question is an animal shelter? Ryan Ferrier (Curb Stomp) and Daniel Bayliss (Translucid) combine the tradition of great anthropomorphic stories like Wild’s End and Blacksad with the madcap twists of Six-Gun Gorilla and Chew in their new series Kennel Block Blues.

What It Is: Oliver is a good dog. A family dog. But without warning, he’s sentenced to Jackson Kennel, where he’s instantly placed on Death Row with the rest of his fellow inmates, awaiting a lethal appointment on The Table if salvation doesn’t come. He’ll need help escaping the Kennel, but when the stress of prison life builds, he starts escaping reality instead, imagining a fantasy world of cartoon friends. It’s time to break out…into a musical number?[/quote]

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Source : comicbookresources.com

[quote]Kennel Block Blues #2

Story by
Ryan Ferrier
Art by
Daniel Bayliss
Colors by
Adam Metcalfe
Letters by
Colin Bell
Cover by
Daniel Bayliss
Publisher
BOOM! Studios

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Mar 9th, 2016

Oliver and his crack team cook up the perfect routine full of distractions, misdirections, and red herrings to distract the guards and stage their prison break.[/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Kennel Block Blues #3

Story by
Ryan Ferrier
Art by
Daniel Bayliss
Colors by
Adam Metcalfe
Letters by
Colin Bell
Cover by
Daniel Bayliss
Publisher
BOOM! Studios

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
Apr 13th, 2016

Oliver faces his demons in solitary while the prison is ravaged by a deadly outbreak of kennel cough.[/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Kennel Block Blues #4

Story by
Ryan Ferrier
Art by
Daniel Bayliss
Colors by
Adam Metcalfe
Letters by
Colin Bell
Cover by
Daniel Bayliss
Publisher
BOOM! Studios

Cover Price:
$3.99
Release Date
May 11th, 2016

Final issue! Oliver, Pickles, and the rest of the cats and dogs prepare for an uprising.
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Source : www.comicbookresources.com