SEVEN SWORDS #1-5 (Evan Daugherty / Riccardo Latina)

Un D’Artagnan fatigué et désabusé est entraîné dans un dernier conflit contre le Cardinal Richelieu, dont la quête impitoyable pour le pouvoir l’a amené à employer des méthodes surnaturelles. Mais le dernier mousquetaire ne peut affronter seul ces forces infernales. Pour sauver le monde, il aura besoin de l’aide de sept fines lames : Don Juan, Captain Blood ou encore Cyrano de Bergerac, pour ne citer que quelques noms. Des aventuriers qui vont devoir mettre leurs différends de côté pour contrer les plans diaboliques de Richelieu.

Ecrit par Evan Daugherty (scénariste pour le cinéma) et dessiné par Riccardo Latina, Seven Swords sera publié par Aftershock à partir de juin.

Premier aperçu :

Ah, tiens.

Si y’a pas Albert, je ne prendrai pas.

Et son tromblon chargé de spaghetti ?


1 « J'aime »

Et ses idées de génie, tout les français savent que c’est lui le vrai mousquetaire.


Story by

Evan Daugherty

Art by

Riccardo Latina

Colors by

Valentina Bianconi

Letters by

Dave Sharpe

Cover by

Andy Clarke, Jose Villarrubia


AfterShock Comics


3.99 (USD)

Release Date


Seven Swords #2 / $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 07.21.21

Writer: Evan Daugherty

Artist: Riccardo Latina

Colorist: Valentina Bianconi

Letterer: Dave Sharpe

Cover: Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia

D’Artagnan must gather the greatest “swords” of his day if he has any chance of stopping the devilish machinations of Cardinal Richelieu. Unfortunately, that’s proving easier said than done…

One of the Seven Swords is his old rival with the prominent proboscis, Cyrano de Bergerac, who not only has a rapier wit, but also a literal rapier…which he’s been using to fight an on-again, off-again duel with D’Artagnan for years. That’s not even mentioning La Maupin, a

sword-mistress who is quite literally a diva…of the operatic variety. Or Don Juan…whose « under cover » proclivities nearly doom the mission before it even begins…

Buckle your swashes, Issue #2 of SEVEN SWORDS is going to be a bumpy ride!



ça me botte.


W) Evan Daugherty (A) Federico Dallocchio (CA) Andy Clarke

Cardinal Richelieu and his minions need only the blade of Lucifer’s sword to enact their myste-rious plan, and the fact that it’s in one of the most secure vaults in the world, buried deep be-low the Vatican, won’t deter them.

D’Artagnan and his crew now face the daunting task of infiltrating the vault themselves and stealing the blade before it can fall into the Cardinal’s hand. But dissension in their ranks, the Pope’s elite Swiss Guards and a trio of Templar Knight vault guardians will make this mission their most impossible yet.

In Shops: Oct 06, 2021

SRP: $3.99



Seven Swords #5

Writer: Evan Daugherty
Artist: Federico Dallocchio
Colorist: Valentina Bianconi
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover: Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia
$3.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 1.26.2022

The true nature of Cardinal Richelieu’s quite literally diabolical plan has been revealed, and now the Seven Swords must square off against an infernal nemesis the likes of which they’ve never encountered before. Even the most cohesive team would be hard-pressed to stand up to the taunts and temptations of the Devil himself – how can our heroes unite to slay Lucifer in the ultimate contest of swords when they can barely keep from killing one another?

V.F. en avril chez Black River.

Bonne bd