Sollicitations titan comics - novembre 2013
Written by Pat Mills, Tony Skinner, art by Martin Emond and various, cover by Howard Chaykin.
The cult series returns, remastered and collected in its entirety for the first time ever! Mike Fallon is smooth, suave, and sexy, and a genius at the subtle art of making an assassination look like one of those unfortunate, all-too-frequent accidents. Handsome as James Bond, lethal as Carlos the Jackal, discrete as an air bubble to the heart. Broken neck in the shower? Poor guy probably slipped on the soap. Collect for the first time, Accident Man features four darkly humorous tales of sex, revenge, brutal violence, and people drowning in the bath.
256 pages, $29.99.
Written by Monty Nero, art and cover by Michael Dowling.
Time is running out, as Monty takes an explosive step toward world domination! All the soldiers in the country aren’t enough to stand against Monty, as he brings society crashing down. Sparks – and bottles of vodka – fly as Verity and Weasel meet.
32 pages, $3.99.
Written, art and cover by Roman Dirge.
Taxidermy is missing and Lenore has an important question for him, so she forces Pooty and Ragamuffin to join her in a mighty quest, dressed as fantasy heroes, to rescue their lost friend from the evil clutches of something that is clutch-y. What obstacles will be thrown in the path of our brave and noble warriors? Honestly, no idea yet.
36 pages, $3.99.
Written by Izu, art and cover by Dall’Oglio.
Dive into a terrifying adventure of Ice and Akrid, as a mission of interstellar salvage turns into a furious battle for survival! The planet of E.D.N. III seemed ripre for colonization – its icy climes ready to be warmed and terraformed. That was, until the first settlers discovered the indigenous Akrid – ravenous creatures, powered by their own thermal energy, who proved resistant to every weapon the colonists could muster. That first terraforming effort ended in tragedy, with the colony – and its rich haul of terraforming equipment – hastily abandoned.
52 pages, $9.99.
Written by Paul Jenkins, art and cover by Steller Labs.
Can two superstar deejays change the course of history – and save the world? Meet Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, two young deejays – and the public faces of the world-renowned Tomorrowland festival – as they are drawn into an impossible adventure to save the vital spark of creativity! Over the course of this retina-blasting fantasy adventure, the pair find themselves sucked into an eternal war between two worlds, a battle waged between the forces of creation and destruction.
144 pages, $19.99.

Je garde un bon souvenir d’Accident Man. Belle idée que cette réédition.