OBLIVION SONG #1-30 (Robert Kirkman / Lorenzo de Felici)

Oblivion Song #1

(W) Robert Kirkman (A) Annalisa Leoni (A/CA) Lorenzo De Felici
A decade ago, 300,000 citizens of Philadelphia were suddenly lost in Oblivion. The government made every attempt to recover them, but after many years, they gave up. Nathan Cole…won’t. He makes daily trips, risking his life to try and rescue those still living in the apocalyptic hellscape of Oblivion. But maybe…Nathan is looking for something else? Why can’t he resist the siren call of the Oblivion Song?
In Shops: Mar 07, 2018
SRP: $3.99

Source : www.cbr.com

donc nous on l’aura en vf le même jour mais en intégralité

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OBLIVION SONG #22

Written by: Robert Kirkman.

Art by: Lorenzo De Felici.

Cover by: Lorenzo De Felici.

Description: It never should have happened, but it has. The Faceless Men are here, on Earth.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Dec. 11.

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OBLIVION SONG #28

Written by: Robert Kirkman.

Art by: Lorenzo De Felici, Annalisa Leoni.

Cover by: Lorenzo De Felici.

Description: Meanwhile, deep in Oblivion, Edward Cole and Mateo search tirelessly for any sign of Nathan…oh, how the tables have turned.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Nov. 11.

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OBLIVION SONG #30

Written by: Robert Kirkman.

Art by: Lorenzo De Felici, Annalisa Leoni.

Cover by: Lorenzo De Felici.

Description: End of story arc. Nathan Cole faces Ghozan Dakuul with the fate of the Earth hanging in the balance! Where do things go from here? You will never guess!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Feb. 24.

Le #36 sera le dernier.

« If you’ve been paying attention to the buildup of this story from arc to arc, you might have suspected that we were nearing a natural end point…and we are, issue #36 was always planned to be the final issue, » Kirkman wrote in the letters column of Issue #30. « When we conceived of this series, I thought of it as a trilogy of 12-issue arcs. Looking back, you can see the time jumps between #12 and #13, as well as #24 and #25, marked definitive chapter breaks along the way. That was by design. »