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    September comic books / cómics de setiembre


    I was really looking forward to Alan Moore’s Fashion Beast # 1. I really enjoyed it and it sure deserves a review of its own (so more on that later). One of the best books of September was The Unwritten # 41, Tom Taylor has finally hit rock bottom and Mike Carey creates an intense sense of despair in this great issue. The Boys # 70 continues to surprise me. Only two issues until the end. When I wrote my “100 reasons to love comic books” in 2011, one of them was jumping in the middle of any given title without worrying about previous issues and still enjoy the hell out of it. That’s how I felt when I read Wolverine and the X-Men # 8. Finally I know why everyone was talking about the great work Jason Aaron is doing in this series. The first issue of Avengers Vs. X-Men was quite entertaining and much better than what I had anticipated. And now, without further ado, here you have September comics as per solicitations.

    AVENGERS VS X-MEN #1 (OF 12)
    Fans worldwide cannot miss the essential opener to the biggest pop culture comic event of the year. It's time to learn the crucial roles of the Scarlet Witch and Hope Summers before their allegiances come into question. With all eyes on Wanda and the Mutant Messiah, the Marvel Universe has become a powder keg on the verge of exploding! 
    BOYS #70 (MR) 
    On his own and out of options, Hughie resorts to extreme measures to keep himself in the game. Meanwhile, as vengeful forces close in from all around, Bradley considers a drastic step of her own- but will Stillwell allow her to get away with it? Butcher asks the big questions and Hughie finds out one last secret of his own, as The Bloody Doors Off races towards its fateful conclusion.  2 issues till the end!!! 

    FASHION BEAST #1 
    (W) Alan Moore (A/CA) Facundo Percio Alan Moore's unearthed screenplay comes to life as an incredible comic book series almost three decades later! The mid-80's were a stunning period of brilliance for Alan Moore, seeing him create true masterpieces including Miracleman, Watchmen - and Fashion Beast! Working with Malcolm McLaren (Sex Pistols), Alan Moore turned his attention to a classic re-telling of a fable through his unyielding and imaginative vision. The two developed a story that redefined Beauty and the Beast in a dystopian future city dominated by a fashion house, which Moore then fully-scripted into a huge screenplay. Never previously published, this epic work is now adapted for comics by long-time Moore collaborator, Antony Johnston (Courtyard) preserving every scrap of Moore's original dialogue. All ten issues have been lovingly illustrated by Facundo Percio (Anna Mercury) and finally a true historical and visionary masterpiece is finally released to the World! Available with a Regular or Wraparound Cover by series artist Facundo Percio or Haute Couture Incentive (by Percio) or the very rare Tarot (by Paul Duffield) Incentive cover

    LOBSTER JOHNSON THE BURNING HAND #2 (OF 5) 
    With a city swamped in dead gangsters with claws branded into their foreheads, mob boss Arnie Wald seeks the assistance of a deadly mystic and her strange partner to take down the vigilante known as Lobster Johnson!

    THE UNWRITTEN #41 
    (W) Mike Carey (A) Peter Gross (CA) Yuko Shimizu. 'What Fell Between.' Let's take a step back here and find out exactly how Tom and Richie - not to mention the world - got into the mess they're in right now. The tumultuous events of the missing year, complete with ghosts, vampires and a surprise visit from Madame Rausch, are finally revealed... 

    THIEF OF THIEVES #5 
    (W) Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer (A/CA) Shawn Martinbrough story ROBERT KIRKMAN & NICK SPENCER art / cover SHAWN MARTINBROUGH & FELIX SERRANO Conrad Paulson - AKA Redmond - is making final moves for his pending heist, and the FBI may have enough on his past to be one step ahead.

    THE WALKING DEAD #102 
    story ROBERT KIRKMAN art & cover CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN  'SOMETHING TO FEAR' concludes! The survivors attempt to pick up the pieces after what they've just lived through.  

    VENOM #13
    PART ONE OF A SIX PART EVENT! • Hell is spreading across the Earth from out of Las Vegas. • Ghost Rider is responsible but what price is she willing to pay to save mankind?! • X-23, Venom & Hulk must defeat their worst enemies, buying Ghost Rider time to stop hell's march across the globe! • As a clone, X-23 has often wondered if she has a soul. This is where she gets her answer! • Who is Ichor and why has he targeted Venom for Death?! 40 PGS./Rated T+ 

    WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #8 
    • Sabretooth Vs. Beast In The Most Vicious Fight Set To Paper! • Angel Goes On A Mission To Repair A Broken Wolverine.
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    Estuve esperando con impaciencia el Fashion Beast # 1 de Alan Moore. Realmente lo disfruté y sin duda merece una reseña aparte (ya será para después). The Unwritten # 41 fue uno de los mejores cómics de setiembre, Tom Taylor está en las últimas y Mike Carey crea un intenso sentido de desesperación en este gran número. The Boys # 70 continúa sorprendiéndome. En dos números finaliza la colección. Cuando escribí mis “100 razones para amar los cómics” el 2011, una de ellas fue caer en medio de cualquier título sin preocuparse por números previos y aún así disfrutar de lo lindo. Así es como me sentí cuando leí Wolverine and the X-Men # 8. Finalmente sé por qué todos estaban hablando sobre el grandioso trabajo que está haciendo Jason Aaron en esta serie. El primer número de Avengers Vs. X-Men fue bastante entretenido y mucho mejor de lo que había anticipado. Y ahora, sin mayores preámbulos, aquí están los cómics de setiembre.

    AVENGERS VS X-MEN #1 (OF 12)
    Nadie puede perderse este primer capítulo de más grande evento del año. Es el momento de descubrir los cruciales roles que desempeñarán la Bruja Escarlata y Hope antes que sus lealtades sean puestas en duda. Con todos los ojos sobre Wanda y el mesías mutante, el polvorín está por explotar.

    BOYS #70 (MR)
    Por cuenta propia y sin opciones, HUGHIE recurre a medidas extremas para mantenerse dentro del juego. Mientras tanto, fuerzas vengativas lo rodean. Y es el momento de descubrir un último secreto.

    FASHION BEAST #1
    Este es el imaginativo recuento de una historia de hadas. La Bella y la Bestia se redefinen en una ciudad futura dominada por las casas de moda.
    September comic books / cómics de setiembre
    my drawing / mi dibujo

    THE UNWRITTEN #41 
    Detengámonos un momento para averiguar cómo Tommy -y el mundo- se metió en este lío. Los tumultuosos eventos del año faltante, completos con fantasmas, vampiros y una visita sorpresa.

    THIEF OF THIEVES #5
    Redmond se prepara para su último golpe. Pero el FBI lo sigue.

    THE WALKING DEAD #102
    ‘Algo que temer’ concluye. ¿Los sobrevivientes se recuperarán?

    VENOM #13
    El infierno empieza a extenderse por la Tierra. GHOST RIDER es responsable, pero ¿cuál es el precio que debe pagar para salvar a la humanidad? Mientras, VENOM, HULK y X-23 deberán luchar contra sus mayores enemigos y detener el avance del infierno.

    WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #8
    SABRETOOTH versus BEAST en la pelea más salvaje de todas.

    Originally Published at http://artbyarion.blogspot.com/2012/10/september-comic-books-comics-de.html

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