Monday, June 04, 2012
PREVIEWS June 2012 - FF Edition
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Hello my friends,
June's PREVIEWS (the catalog for comicbook stores where you can pre-order copies of your favorite titles coming out in August) just came out last week, and since it seems to be heavy on my work, I thought to put together a quick guide/list of my stuff for those of you interested in picking it up :)
Page 51 - Fear Agent Volume 1 HC
When down-and-out alien exterminator Heath Huston stumbles upon an extraterrestrial plot to commit genocide against the human species, he must put down the bottle and resume his role as a peacekeeper . . . as The Last Fear Agent.
This deluxe hardcover omnibus, the first of two, collects issues #1-#15 of the acclaimed Fear Agent comics, along with half of the Tales of the Fear Agent side stories, covers, pinups, and artists’ sketch galleries!
(this includes Fear Agent #11, a 22 page tale that marks the very first collaboration between me and Rick Remender, and beginning of a long friendship and work relationship that generated creator owned titles like SORROW)
Writer: Rick Remender
Penciller: Tony Moore, Jerome Opeña, Francesco Francavilla, Kieron Dwyer
Inker: Sean Parsons, Mike Manley, Hilary Barta, Ande Parks
Colorist: Lee Loughridge, John Rauch, Michelle Madsen
Page 109 - Resurrection Man #12
Mitch meets the person who’s been pulling the strings of his misfortunes since issue #1!
Written by: Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning
Art by: Jesús Saíz
Cover by: Francesco Francavilla
Page 155 - Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation 2 #4
The biggest science-fiction crossover of all time continues in
As the CyberBorg continue to carve a swath of destruction across the galaxy, the Federation is met with the possibility of assistance, but from an unthinkable source! Will Captain Picard and the Doctor agree to an alliance that could be worse than the enemy they face?
Written by Scott & David Tipton with Tony Lee
Art by J.K.Woodward
Cover by J.K. Woodward
Variant Cover and B/W Variant Cover by Francesco Francavilla
Page 208 - Near Death #11
Mr. Novak, the man who used to pay Markham to kill innocent people, has been targeted for death and he's asked Markham to protect him. Will Markham save Novak, when he knows more people will die on Novak's orders? Markham's newfound moral code is put to its ultimate test!
Story by: Jay Faerber
Art By: Simone Guglielmini
Cover By: Francesco Francavilla
Page 282 - The Shadow #5
Kondo's trap succeeds beyond his expectations, as a bloody massacre leaves our heroes alone in the wilderness without hope of rescue. Deep in the kingdom of Buffalo Wong the object of everyone's desire is revealed, and Margo Lane and Pat Finnegan begin to see just how far Lamont Cranston will go in pursuit of his goals. Meanwhile, the Shadow begins to lay plans for a cataclysmic showdown with his foes.
Written by: Garth Ennis
Art by: Aaron Campbell
Cover by: Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin, John Cassaday, Francesco Francavilla
Page 285 - The Spider #4
As Anput unleashes unparalleled destruction upon New York City, The Spider will knock down any door and bust any head to learn his enemy's secrets, but his investigations into Anput machinations lead him directly to his own father's company. With the city facing ruin and the police powerless, Anput prepares for her final victory, but The Spider prepares to take the fight to her. Loyalties are tested and relationships fray, but The Spider will stop at nothing to seek justice. It's 22 pages of pulp action and mayhem with a contemporary flair!
Written by: David Liss
Art by: Colton Worley
Cover by: John Cassaday, Francesco Francavilla
Page 289 - The Lone Ranger Vol.2 #8
In 1870, Tonto lies near death, as the Lone Ranger pleads with the Ute Indians for help from their Shaman. [...]
Tonto fights for his life in the present, as he fights for his soul in the past. The Native Ground arc rolls toward its bloody climax in a heart-breaking tale of loss and revenge.
Written by: Ande Parks
Art by: Esteve Polls
Cover by: Francesco Francavilla
Artwork © 2012 Francesco Francavilla