SHUTTER #1-25 (Joe Keatinge / Leila del Duca)

Kate Kristopher était une aventurière renommée, découvrant les mystères de la Terre avec son père jusqu’à ce qu’elle décide de vivre normalement loin de sa famille. Mais de puissantes forces à l’œuvre vont la ramener sur les routes du voyage.

Pour sa première série régulière “Shutter” en collaboration avec la dessinatrice Leila del Duca, le scénariste Joe Keatinge (Glory) rend hommage aux héros Globe-trotters, influencé par Indiana Jones, Doc Savage, Corto Maltese et Tintin.

Sortie de “Shutter #1” en avril.

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE JOE KEATINGE ET LEILA DEL DUCA[/size]

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Le site de l’éditeur: imagecomics.com
Le site du scénariste: joekeatinge.tumblr.com

Le héros globe trotter c’est une marotte chez Keatinge qui l’utilisait déjà en toile de fond sans vraiment le montrer sur Glory (une excellente reprise du concept en deux TPB que je vous surconseille)

Une page supplémentaire de Shutter #1:

[quote=“Joe Keatinge”] The back of the comic will feature a bunch of stuff too. I’m running Ryan Ferrier’s Tiger Lawyer comic as long as he and his rotating artist partners want to make it. We’ll be doing other shorts by other people. Plus some pinups and a letters column we’re currently taking suggestions for.

We’re not alone. Pals Brandon Graham, Emma Rios and Dustin Weaver have joined us for variant covers on issue one. Issue two has one by Marvel Knights: Hulk cohort Piotr Kowalski.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE JOE KEATINGE & LEILA DEL LUCA[/size]

Voici la couverture de Emma Rios pour Shutter #1:

[quote=“Joe Keatinge”]The fine folks over at Comic Book Resources debuted our second variant cover for SHUTTER #1, this time by the incredible artist and co-creator of the Image Comics published supernatural western PRETTY DEADLY, Emma Ríos aka steinerfrommars.

If you’d like to ensure your copy of Emma’s cover on April 9th, you may do so by downloading the linked PDF here and presenting it to your retailer, but please do so soon as the Final Order Cutoff is this coming Monday!

Enough about pre-orders. Like last time, I’d rather take this opportunity to discuss the brilliant artist responsible for this cover.

Emma’s someone whose work I’ve admired for a while now. As I recall, the first time I saw her work was on the BOOM! Studios series Hexed and immediately made a note to keep up with her work. I wasn’t disappointed.

My favorite artists in any medium are the ones who never get stagnate, who continually evolve with every new project, who approach each one in a new and different way. The most famous example of this in comics is the dual life of Jean Giraud/Moebius. One of the more recent examples in comics is Emma.

From Hexed to Marvel’s Osborn and Doctor Strange: Season One to the more recent (and my personal favorite) Pretty Deadly, Emma’s continual artistic evolution has been as enthralling as her comics. I find it interesting how her own personal DNA remains constant in all of these works. This cover is contemporary of Pretty Deadly and you can see Emma drew it, yet she went for something completely different. There’s shades of Eurocomics, there’s some manga. Parts of it reminds me of that old Konami game Policenauts while looking nothing like it.

I just love how the cords hang in zero gravity, it makes it seem more like you’re seeing this through a window than a static image. The characters seem like people you know, maybe it’s the tilt of Chris’ head or how enthralled young Kate is with her DS. It’s all really damn impressive.

This isn’t a totally random scene. In fact, it’s related to the opening of SHUTTER #1. You’ll see more soon, as I’m about halfway sure those pages will be used as the preview Image puts out the week of release.

In any case, my big point is to give a huge public thank you to Emma for doing up this brilliant piece for the variant. It’s absolutely beautiful and we’re lucky to have her.

NEXT: Brandon Graham.[/quote]

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[quote]SHUTTER #1
Written by: Joe Keatinge.
Art by: Leila Del Luca.
Cover by: Leila Del Luca.
Description: Kate Kristopher, once the most famous explorer of an Earth far more fantastic than the one we know, is forced to return to the adventurous life she left behind when a family secret threatens to destroy everything she spent her life protecting.
Pages: 32.
Price: $3.50.
In stores: April 9. [/quote]

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Le premier numéro de Shutter bénéficiera, dans les semaines à venir, d’une deuxième édition avec une nouvelle couverture de Leila del Duca, tandis que le deuxième numéro comprendra une couverture variante illustrée par Piotr Kowalski (Sex):

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[quote]SHUTTER #2
Written by: Joe Keatinge.
Art by: Leila Del Duca.
Covers by: Leila Del Duca, Piotr Kowalski.
Description: Kate Kristopher has been kidnapped by a robot, a few rat kids in cute outfits and a bunch of ninja ghosts. Luckily the NYPD pursues them in their flying saucers. Everything goes horribly wrong. Death happens.
Pages: 32.
Price: $3.50.
In stores: May 14. [/quote]

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ça à l’air excellent.

J’ai bien aimé le premier avec son coté fourre-tout. C’est un peu rapide à lire, mais je retrouve un Joe Keatinge inspiré (et qui leur rend bien, à ses inspirations). Et puis c’est joli à regarder.

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE LA DESSINATRICE LEILA DEL DUCA[/size]

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[quote]Shutter #3
Story by Joe Keatinge
Art by Leila Del Duca
Colors by Owen Gleni
Letters by Ed Brisson
Cover by Leila Del Duca
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $3.50
Release Date Wed, June 11th, 2014
SPECIAL ‘JOE KEATINGE’S BIRTHDAY’ ISSUE! It’s a day of celebration for our beloved writer, but a day of horrible consequence for Kate Kristopher! Major loss comes when the life Kate left behind sends an assassin with a gigantic bomb gun after her. ALL THIS PLUS: a triceratops.[/quote]

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Source: www.comicbookresources.com

Ci-dessous, trois pages de Shutter #4:

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Le dessin est très sympa.

[quote]Shutter #4
Story by Joe Keatinge
Art by Leila Del Duca
Colors by Owen Gieni
Letters by Ed Brisson
Cover by Leila Del Duca, Owen Gieni
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $3.50
Release Date Wed, July 9th, 2014
Kate Kristopher has left the life she built to confront the life she left behind —and here there be monsters.[/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

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[quote]SHUTTER #5

STORY BY
Joe Keatinge
ART BY
Leila Del Duca
COLORS BY
Owen Gieni
LETTERS BY
Ed Brisson
COVER BY
Leila Del Duca, Owen Gieni
PUBLISHER
Image Comics
COVER PRICE:
$3.50
RELEASE DATE
Wed, August 13th, 2014

Ten years ago Kate Kristopher quit her career as a globetrotting adventurer, but there’s something she’s hiding. Something big.[/quote]

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Source : comicbookresources.com

[quote]Shutter #6
Story by Joe Keatinge
Art by Leila Del Duca
Colors by Owen Gieni
Cover by Owen Gieni
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $3.50
Release Date Wed, September 17th, 2014
Kate Kristopher makes a stand against sins past as the smash-hit series’ first arc reaches its bloody finale.
SHUTTER WILL RETURN IN DECEMBER.[/quote]

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[size=150]INTERVIEW DE JOE KEATINGE ET LEILA DEL DUCA[/size]

[quote=“Leila Del Duca”] We wanted Kate to be everything we wanted more of in comics. I didn’t want to draw a white main character, so we made her a mix between Caucasian and something else not yet divulged to our readers. I wanted her to have a pointy nose because I didn’t see many pointy-nosed ladies in comics.

I gave her a lanky build because I was tired of seeing over-idealized female figures. I made sure she was posed in a realistic ways instead of with stereotypically sexy body language. I drew her face with a wide range of emotions that I could relate to. I wanted her to be a perfect balance between hip and dorky, confident and insecure, someone who can make great decisions but also screw up massively at times (which she does).

All of these elements make her character realistic to me, even though it’s set in this ridiculous version of Earth, her motives and actions are believable and relatable.[/quote]

[quote=“Joe Keatinge”]’70s Kirby is certainly hardwired into my system with Kamandi and 2001: A Space Odyssey the most prevalent code. Mignola’s someone I admire – and Hellboy In Hell is my favorite current ongoing series at the moment – and Moebius easily my greatest inspiration, almost more in terms of philosophy on art in general than the art itself even though it’s some of the best ever, but I don’t know that the latter two directly relate to Shutter.

Tintin and Corto Maltese were the explorer-adventurer comics I read which made me want to do an explorer-adventure comic of my own. The over-the-top menagerie is rooted more in CC Beck and Otto Binder’s long run on Fawcett’s Captain Marvel Adventures. I didn’t read them until my 20s, but the world they created and the logic it operated on is unlike anything comics has seen since, regardless of genre.[/quote]

[size=200]INTERVIEW DE L’ÉQUIPE CRÉATIVE[/size]

En décembre, le dessinateur Jamie McKelvie illustrera plusieurs couvertures variantes dans le style des portraits de The Wicked & The Divine pour d’autres séries de l’éditeur Image Comics; notamment Bitch Planet, Shutter et East of West.

Source: comicbookresources.com

[quote]Shutter 7

STORY BY
Joe Keatinge
ART BY
Leila Del Duca, Owen Gieni
COVER BY
Leila Del Duca, Owen Gieni, Frank Cho, [more…]
PUBLISHER
Image Comics
COVER PRICE:
$3.50
RELEASE DATE
Wed, December 10th, 2014

INDIANA JONES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY RETURNS IN AN ALLNEW STORY ARC! Kate Kristopher’s finally face-toface with the sibling she never knew about, who’s dead set on destroying what little Kate has left. Family rivalry was never so cataclysmic in the globe-trotting and mind-melting second arc of the comic book ROBERT KIRKMAN (THE WALKING DEAD) describes as “so completely and utterly new that it reminds you of the potential of this medium!” ALL THIS PLUS: say hello to SHUTTER’s new letterer, the legendary JOHN WORKMAN (Thor, Doom Patrol, Heavy Liquid) with his commemorative variant cover and a comprehensive career retrospective written by SHEA HENNUM![/quote]

Source : comicbookresources.com