Previews for IDW Hasbro Heroes Sourcebooks #2 and #3
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 12:24pm CDTCategory: Comic Book News
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And here's Sourcebook 3's preview!
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And Skywarp, because Skywarp.
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The interior artist does have a cover for this issue (there are 4 total), I just picked one that wasn't theirs for the news story thumbnail. Why? Because those Tom Whalen variant covers are awesomeEbonyleopard wrote:The interior art is so falsely advertised from its cover. It's amateurish. Including incomplete faces, backgrounds, and color errors (Snake Eyes goes from fingered gloves to fingers in one panel) is so unexceptionable for Hasbro crown jewel.
Posted by Daniel Adkins on August 22nd, 2017 @ 8:17am CDT
You can listen to it on our Libsyn page: http://hasbrouniverse.libsyn.com/interv ... don-easton
Posted by Va'al on August 29th, 2017 @ 3:58am CDT
G.I. JOE #8
Aubrey Sitterson (w) • Giannis Milonogiannis (a) • Aaron Conley (c)
It’s the battle you’ve been waiting for! No, not G.I. Joe versus Cobra… it’s Snake Eyes versus Quick Kick! When Snake Eyes steps out of bounds, only Quick Kick stands in the way of the ninja commando. Who is the team’s true martial arts champion? Well, you’ve gotta read to find out!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Don’t miss the Snake Eyes cover by Mondo artist Tom Whalen, part of our Tom Whalen Cover Month!
Variant cover by Santipérez!
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Windsweeper wrote:Just read it. I like Skywarp and Rock and roll but Quick Kick is annoyingly arrogant.
The 'uncle' line, also in the preview, was great though.
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Baron Karza and D’rge, the Dire Wraith sorcerer, have joined forces to carry forward their equally malignant goals-Karza desires to conquer all of Microspace (again), while the Wraiths seek to awaken their Wraith God and conquer Earth! Now it’s up to Rom and the Micronauts to form their own alliance in order to stop the evil domination of two worlds! Christos Gage (Amazing Spider-Man, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Paolo Villanelli (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) team up to bring us this all-new adventure!
An all-new Hasbro team-up event featuring your favorite Solstar Knight and the tiniest heroes around!
Written and illustrated by fan-favorite creators-writer Christos Gage and artist Paolo Villanelli!
In Shops: Dec 13, 2017
Covers by Richard Wentworth, George Caltsoudas, Jeffrey Veregge, Guy Dorian and Sal Buscema.
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Kurona wrote:But when will Dirge and D'rge team up?
You mean t'mup? Probably the Third Quarter, once they achieve Total Brand Awareness.
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This December, Sitterson continues his mission with artist Nelson Daniel in a new series titled Scarlett’s Strike Force. Announced at Hasbro’s industry event Hascon today, Scarlett’s Strike Force will pit the titular character and her crew against the newly reemerged threat of Cobra Commander. Paste chatted briefly with Sitterson about the decision to relaunch G.I. Joe under a new title, Daniel’s contribution to the franchise and how the duo plan to produce “The Best Action Comic Ever.” We’ve also got an exclusive first look at interior art from this fall’s First Strike tie-in issues of G.I. Joe and M.A.S.K., both written by Sitterson and drawn by Ilias Kyriazis, as well as concept art for Scarlett’s Strike Force from Nelson Daniel.
Paste: What prompted the name change? Is there a shift in tone or mission statement with this new iteration?
Aubrey Sitterson: In the previous Joe series—by me, Giannis Milonogiannis and Lovern Kindzierski—Scarlett was the leader of a team that included not only Joes, but the Decepticon Skywarp, and in the new series, they’ll be joined by Matt Trakker of M.A.S.K. as well as another face that might be familiar to long-time fans.
So, coming out of the First Strike event, we thought it made sense for the name of the book to speak to the nature of the team. Don’t worry though—the reception to our unique take on G.I. Joe has been amazing, so there are no plans to stop giving you the bombastic, sci-fi-action-packed character drama that you deserve!
Paste: Should we expect a team shakeup or any new faces?
Sitterson: While the focus of the book will remain on the characters you know and love—including Scarlett, Roadblock, Salvo, Quick Kick and Skywarp—one of the G.I. Joe concept’s greatest strengths is its deep roster. We’ll be pulling from it, and even introducing the classic Action Man character, The Intruder, into the Hasbro Universe. Plus, our brand-new Cobra Commander has assembled an organization including Destro, Storm Shadow, Cesspool, Croc Master, Raptor and an army of new, serpentine Vipers.
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