SPACE MOUNTAIN: A GRAPHIC NOVEL (Bryan Miller/Kelley Jones)

Après Disney Kingdom: Seekers of the Weird, c’est au tour de la célèbre attraction Space Mountain de bénéficier d’une adaptation comics par Bryan Q. Miller et Kelley Jones.

Space Mountain: Le Roman Graphiques” sortira début mai.

[quote]Space Mountain: A Graphic Novel
By Bryan Q. Miller
Illustrations by Kelley Jones
Pub Date: May 6, 2014
ISBN: 1423183754 • Price: $19.99 • Ages 8–12

The year is 2125 and the Magellan Science Academy has given two lucky cadets special Thulium tickets to join a team of space explorers on an exciting time-travel mission twenty-four hours into the future. But when their mission goes unexpectedly wrong, the two kids must band together with a tiny flying saucer sidekick to save themselves, their crew, and all of Space Mountain–before time runs out and the galaxy is destroyed!

Writer BRYAN Q. MILLER is best known for his work on TV’s Arrow and Smallville (The CW), and DC Comics’Teen Titans and Batgirl, both of which were fan favorites. Bryan has also written several Spider-Manstories for Marvel Press.

Fan-favorite and best-selling artist KELLEY JONES is widely known for his acclaimed run on DC Comics’ Batman, which helped inspire Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Kelley is also well-known for his definitive run on Neil Gaiman’s Sandman for Vertigo Comics, and has worked for every major comic book publisher. This is his first work for Disney. [/quote]

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[quote] Space Mountain
Writer: Bryan Q. Miller
Artist: Kelley Jones
Publisher: Disney Comics
The year is 2125 and the Magellan Science Academy has given two lucky cadets ‘golden tickets’ to join a team of space explorers on a special field trip to journey 24 hours into the future. But when their mission goes unexpectedly wrong, the two kids must band together with a miniature flying saucer sidekick to save themselves and their crew — and return to Space Mountain — before time runs out and the universe is destroyed![/quote]

Source: www.newsarama.com

Lors d’une interview avec le site multiversitycomics, le scénariste Bryan Miller a révélé qu’il travaillait actuellement avec le dessinateur Kelley Jones sur le deuxième volume de Space Mountain.

[quote]How long does a roller coaster last? Two minutes? How long do you wait in line? 90? This is a 168 page graphic novel adventure story that you can start reading, quite literally, as soon as you get your hands on it. And then, after you read it, you can let your kid take a crack at it. Or you can read it together!

With the book itself, the whole team (including Rob Leigh on letters and Hifi on colors) has put together a love letter to the kinds of comics and movies that simply don’t get made anymore – lots of adventure, optimism and heroism. With a ton of heart. If you miss those, on either side of that book/movie fence, “Space Mountain” is for you. [/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE BRYAN Q. MILLER[/size]

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