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Crone - di Dennis Culver
« il: 07 Agosto 2019, 02:24:46 »
  • UNFORGIVEN + XENA = Dark Horse's CRONE



    An Old Warrior Reluctantly Picks Up Her Sword Again in New Series From Dennis Culver (Burnouts, E is for Extinction) and Justin Greenwood (Stumptown, The Last Siege)

    Dark Horse Comics invites you on a quest for blood and vengeance that is equal parts Unforgiven and Xena: Warrior Princess.

    The Sword Saviour and Champion of Men once known as Bloody Bliss is now nothing more than a reclusive old Crone. When an old enemy returns, Bliss is once more needed to save the Three Kingdoms but does she have the strength to answer the call? Only Dennis Culver and Justin Greenwood know for sure!

    "This is a story I've long wanted to tell." said Culver. "Crone is about facing death after a long life of regret and trying to rise to the challenge of making up for your mistakes when given one last chance."

    Greenwood added, "The idea of our old Crone having to battle her way back to a dangerous life she’d long put away was enough to make me want to jump in but Dennis has surprised me with every issue, creating a world that marries the darkness and wonder that I like best in a fantasy story."

    Joining Dennis and Justin on this epic adventure are colorist Brad Simpson (The Witcher: Curse of Crows, The Last Siege), and letterer Pat Brosseau (Hellboy: Conqueror Worm, Sweet Tooth). Together they craft a tale never seen before in the fantasy genre.

    Culver continued, "The art team behind Crone is nothing short of amazing. Justin and Brad are like chocolate and peanut butter when it comes to the visuals and Pat's logo alone for the book makes the whole thing next level. You'll want to get in early on this one!"

    Crone #1 (of five) reawakens the fierce warrior inside us all on November 6, 2019, and is available for pre-order at your local comic shop.

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    Re:Crone - di Dennis Culver
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  • Crone #1 (of 5)
    Dennis Culver (W), Justin Greenwood (A/Cover), and Brad Simpson (C)
    On sale Nov 6
    FC, 32 pages
    $3.99
    Miniseries
    The Sword Saviour and Champion of Men once known as BLOODY BLISS is now nothing more than a reclusive old CRONE. Does she have the strength to answer the call for one last adventure? Only Dennis Culver (Burnouts, E is for Extinction) and Justin Greenwood (Stumptown, The Last Siege) know for sure in this story that is equal parts Unforgiven and Xena: Warrior Princess.
    - From Burnouts creator Dennis Culver and acclaimed artist Justin Greenwood!
    - One more battle for Bloody Bliss!
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    Re:Crone - di Dennis Culver
    « Risposta #2 il: 09 Novembre 2019, 06:06:30 »
  • Crone #1 (Published by Dark Horse Comics; Review by Forrest C. Helvie; 'Rama Rating: 7 out of 10):

    Ever wonder what life would be like for Red Sonja after retirement? That’s the question that Dennis Culver, Justin Greenwood, and Brad Simpson explore in Crone #1. We first see Bloody Bliss in action through a flashback, and the bikini-clad, redheaded barbarian doesn’t shy away from drawing an immediate parallel to Red Sonja, especially as she readily dispatches her foes and awes her male companions with her battle prowess. Yet, the story quickly jumps ahead 30 years as we see she has aged and now lives a hermit’s life on a mountaintop. The story has potential, and Culver and Greenwood deliver a character with heart whom readers should want to follow, even if the dialogue did occasionally come across as clichéd. Greenwood and Simpson’s art pops throughout and it has the look and feel of the old Dragon’s Lair video game – vibrant and full of life, and readers will want to wait until issue #2 to see whether Crone is able to find its true potential.
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