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Preview: Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #3

Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #3

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writers: John Carpenter & Anthony Burch
Artist: Jorge Corona
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Stephane Roux
“Movie Poster” Intermix Cover: Hans Woody
Action Figure Subscription Cover: Michael Adams & Marco D’Alfonso
Connecting Variant Cover: Will Robson
Variant Cover: Greg Smallwood
Colorist: Gabriel Cassata
Letterer: Ed Dukeshire
Price: $3.99

Jack and Lo Pan tear through an ocean of fire and madness, where nothing they see can be trusted—and may mean their demise!

Preview: Kong on the Planet of the Apes #1

Kong on the Planet of the Apes #1

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Ryan Ferrier
Artist: Carlos Magno
Colorist: Alex Guimaraes
Letterer: Ed Dukeshire
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Mike Huddleston
Connecting Cover: Carlos Magno
Pulp Subscription Cover: Hans Woody
Retailer Variant Cover: Jae Lee and June Chung
Retailer Incentive Cover: Jae Lee
Price: $3.99

The damn dirty crossover event you demanded!
Following the events of the first Planet of the Apes film (1968), Dr. Zaius and General Ursus lead a small group of soldiers to the Forbidden Zone to destroy any remaining evidence of Taylor’s time among them. To their surprise, they discover…A KONG!

Now they must venture to Skull Island with Cornelius and Zira to discover the truth, but they may not survive the deadliest journey of their lives!

BOOM! Studios’ Kong comics are based on Joe DeVito’s Skull Island and Merian C. Cooper’s King Kong.

BOOM! Studios Announces Kong on the Planet of the Apes

BOOM! Studios, DeVito Artworks LLC, and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products have announced Kong on the Planet of the Apes, a comic book series bringing together two of entertainment’s biggest icons for the first time ever! Writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Carlos Magno team up for the six-issue series that promises to deliver an epic story starring the best-known primates in pop culture.

Following the events of the first Planet of the Apes film (1968), Dr. Zaius and General Ursus lead a small group of soldiers to the Forbidden Zone to destroy any remaining evidence of Taylor’s time among them. To their surprise, they discover… a KONG! Now they must travel to Skull Island to discover the truth, but they may not survive the deadliest journey of their lives!

Covers for Kong on the Planet of the Apes #1 are illustrated by Mike Huddleston, series artist Carlos Magno, and movie poster artist Hans Woody.

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