THAT TEXAS BLOOD #1-9 (Chris Condon / Jacob Phillips)

Après avoir colorisé les derniers travaux de son père Sean Phillips (Criminal, Pulp…), Jacob Phillips dessine sa première série avec That Texas Blood.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #1

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Cover by: Jacob Phillips.

Description: Criminal colorist and first time solo artist Jacob Phillips and writer Chris Condon break onto the scene with a brand-new ongoing series! Like Paris, Texas gut-punched by No Country for Old Men, this mature neo-Western crime series kicks off when the search for a casserole dish leads to a dark and tense confrontation on Sheriff Joe Bob Coates’ 70th birthday.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: June 24.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #2

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Covers by: Jacob Phillips, Duncan Fegredo.

Description: « A Brother’s Conscience, » Part One. The first five-part story arc begins here! Los Angeles-based writer Randy Terrill returns to his abandoned home of Ambrose County, Texas after the sudden and mysterious death of his brother Travis.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: July 29.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #3

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Cover by: Jacob Phillips.

Description: « A Brother’s Conscience, » Part Two. Randy confronts the past-and the man he believes to be responsible for his brother’s death.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: August 26.

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Y a vraiment une parenté de style.

Jim

Ce qui va être intéressant d’observer, ce sera son évolution.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #4

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Cover by: Jacob Phillips.

Description: « A Brother’s Conscience, » Part Three. Randy suppresses dark urges while Joe Bob investigates the death of Travis Terrill.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: September 30.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #5

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Cover by: Jacob Phillips.

Description: « A Brother’s Conscience, » Part Four. Randy’s troubles grow like cancer as he is haunted by the past and shuns the present.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: November 4.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #6

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Cover by: Jacob Phillips.

Description: End of story arc! The « A Brother’s Conscience » storyline ends here! Broken, Randy takes « justice » into his own hands.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: December 2.

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Pour la V.F., ce sera chez Delcourt en juin 2021.

:+1:t4: Merci Doc l’apporteur de bonnes nouvelles :blush:

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #7

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Covers by: Jacob Phillips, Marc Aspinall.

Description: New story arc. « Eversaul, 1981, » Part One. That Texas Blood returns with a new story arc! Following the traumatic and bloody conclusion of « A Brother’s Conscience, » Joe Bob reminisces about one of his first cases: a haunting and bizarre evening that left a boy dead, a girl missing, a cult on the loose, and introduced a mysterious man called Harlan Eversaul.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: June 30.

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THAT TEXAS BLOOD #9

Written by: Chris Condon.

Art by: Jacob Phillips.

Cover by: Jacob Phillips.

Description: « Eversaul, 1981, » Part Three. A tense confrontation on the Wellman ranch, once a bastion of the psychedelic dream, leads to a growing rift between Eversaul and the Law in Ambrose County.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: August 25.

Elle me fait penser à un tableau cette couverture.

Voilà.
Nuff said.

Jim

Voilà. C’est bien à ça que je pensais.

Tiens, en le revoyant, je me demande dans quelle mesure ce tableau est un héritier des époux Arnolfini de van Eyck.

Tori.

Ah j’y avais jamais pensé.
La composition me semble quand même éloignée, on passe d’un intérieur à un extérieur, la disposition du couple est inversée je crois, y a un animal…
Bref plein d’éléments qui font que je n’avais jamais songé à faire le lien.

Jim

Oui, ils sont assez différents, mais il y a quand même quelque chose qui les relie, je trouve.

Tori.

L’air austère ?

C’est vrai que l’un comme l’autre des couples, t’as pas envie de les inviter à boire un café.

Jim