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Lee_Jae_The_Dark-Tower_The-Gunslinger-Born_Episode-7_Pp_20-21 by Jae Lee, Richard Isanove - Comic Strip
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Lee_Jae_The_Dark-Tower_The-Gunslinger-Born_Episode-7_Pp_20-21

Comic Strip
2007
Pencil
29 x 48 cm (11.42 x 18.9 in.)
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Double page. Pages 19 et 20 du 7ème épisode de "The Gunslinger Born". Publié initialement par Marvel Comics en août 2007. "The Gunslinger Born est lui-même le premier des cinq chapitres qui constituent l'arc narratif "The Dark Tower : Beginnings". Les quatre autres chapitres sont "The Long Road Home", "Treachery", "Fall of Gilead", "Battle of Jericho Hill". A ces chapitres vient s'ajouter un one-shot : "The Sorcerer". Le cycle narratif complet comprend : "The Dark Tower : Beginnings", "The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger", "The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three". Cette publication de Marvel est le premier ensemble de mini-séries de bandes dessinées inspirées par le cycle romanesque "The Dark Tower". Le scénario est de Robin Furth, le script de Peter David, l'encrage et la couleur de Richard Isanove. Jae Lee est le dessinateur de l'arc narratif "The Gunslinger Born" à l'exception du chapitre "Fall of Gilead" pour lequel il n'a conçu que la couverture. A noter que Stephen King a été le directeur de création du projet.

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About Jae Lee

Jae Lee is a Korean American comic book artist known for his work for various publishers, including Marvel and DC Comics. He first rose to prominence in 1992 on Namor the Sub-Mariner. From 1993 to 1994 he produced artwork through Image Comics on titles such as Youngblood Strikefile, WildC.A.T.s Trilogy, and his creator-owned book, Hellshock, a story about a fallen angel that Lee wrote and illustrated. He later returned to Marvel, where he and writer Paul Jenkins produced Inhumans, which garnered the duo the 1999 Eisner Award for Best New Series. Lee later illustrated several of the titles in Marvel's The Dark Tower series of comics that were adapted from the novels of the same name by Stephen King. His subsequent work for DC Comics includes Before Watchmen: Ozymandias and Batman/Superman.