Aspen Comics In December 2011

13 septembre 2011 Non Par Comic Box

[ENGLISH] Aspen Comics tells us: Aspen Comics In December 2011 – Fathom: The Ultimate Edition Slipcase Hardcover Edition by Michael Turner, Bill O’Neil & Geoff Johns, Lady Mechanika by Joe Benitez, Soulfire Vol.3 by J.T. Krul and Jason Fabok…

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Written by Michael Turner, Bill O’Neil and Geoff Johns, pencils by Michael Turner, inks by Joe Weems and Jonathan Sibal, colors by Jonathan D. Smith and Peter Steigerwald. There are two worlds, the one we know, and the one below… Aspen is honored to bring you the most extensive and complete collection of Michael Turner’s first ever creator owned series, Fathom, with this amazing over-sized hardcover!

Take a peek at what’s inside…The rare Fathom Preview, issues #0 and #1/2, issues #1 through #9, including the special added-in pages, plus the sold out issues #10 and #11! Re-envisioned pages and excerpts from issues #12 through #14, focusing on Aspen and Cannon’s ordeal with Vana! Both original Fathom Swimsuit issues featuring pin-ups from a host of today’s top artists and a complete Fathom cover gallery. If that wasn’t enough, we’re also including an additional 40 pages of never before seen Fathom creation sketches by Turner, story notes, script treatments and many more seldom seen Fathom goodies as only Michael Turner and Aspen could deliver! More you say? We’ll also be including the complete Aspen Extended Edition that bridges the gap between Fathom Volume 1 and Volume 2, and also features the first appearance of everyone’s favorite Blue warrior goddess, Kiani!! Combine all that together in a slipcase measuring nearly 9×15, and you have 536 massive over-sized pages of anything and everything that was Fathom Volume 1. This is the ultimate Fathom collection and a must for any Aspen, Fathom, Michael Turner, or comic book fan, period.
536 pages.

Written and art by Joe Benitez, colors by Peter Steigerwald.

Welcome to Mechani-Con! The tabloids dubbed her « Lady Mechanika, » the sole survivor of a psychotic serial killer’s three-year rampage through London. Found locked in an abandoned laboratory amidst countless corpses and body parts, with her own limbs amputated and replaced with mechanical components, her life began anew. With no memory of her captivity or her former life, Lady Mechanika eventually built a new life for herself as a private detective, using her unique abilities to solve cases the police couldn’t or wouldn’t handle. But, she has never stopped searching for answers… Lady Mechanika’s investigation of the Mechanical Girl has lead her to a band of traveling gypsies. But their aid may not come soon enough as Mechani-Con has arrived, along with Lord Blackpool and his astounding machines. Amongst the glitz and glamour, there are those dressed to kill, and they all have Lady Mechanika in their sites!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on Dec. 28.


Written by J.T. Krul, art by Jason Fabok, colors by John Starr.

The magic has returned! But, this time…the light has grown dark.

Following his vicious encounter with the mysterious, unearthly Chaos creatures, Malikai finds himself alone once again, while fighting a bizarre — and potentially fatal — virus. Is the Samusara, the Bearer of the Light possibly dying? Or, is this something far worse? Malikai must journey back to the magical realm of The Everlands and reunite with Grace for answers, but instead, he finds himself at the center of an age-old war of magic!

New adversaries, exotic locations, and a fresh cast of exciting characters, including some from the Soulfire Universe’s long forgotten past, reign supreme in this epic third Soulfire volume!
32 pages, $3.50, in stores on Dec. 21.