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Les maitres de l'univers / Musclor / Skeletor / L'oiseau de feu by Roger McKENZIE, Adrian Gonzales, Fred Carrillo, Earl Norem - Comic Strip
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Les maitres de l'univers / Musclor / Skeletor / L'oiseau de feu

Comic Strip
1983
Ink
52.5 x 37 cm (20.67 x 14.57 in.)
Couleur
Couverture
Couverture2
Page1
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Description

L'oiseau de feu Page 44

Comment

Nostalgie, nostalgie quand tu nous tiens.
Je n'ai pas pu résister à la tentation quand j'ai vu cette planche.
Les maîtres de l'univers avec Muclor, Skeletor, et les deux montures.
Un affrontement entre les deux personnages principaux. Que demander de plus !!!

Par le pouvoir du crâne ancestral, je détiens la force toute-puissante !

Skeletor découvre une ancienne arme connue sous le nom de "Sunbird". Avec Beast Man, Merman et Evil-Lyn, il envisage de détruire le Palais d'Eternia. Musclor et ses alliés, Man-at-Arms, Teela et Stratos, doivent arrêter le Seigneur de la Destruction avant que toute Eternia tombe sous son sombre pouvoir !

About Adrian Gonzales

Adrian Gonzales began his career as a comic book artist in the 1960s working for such Philippine comics publications as Hiwaga Komiks and Tagalog Klasiks. He made his debut in the US comics market with the story "The Young Wolves" in Our Army at War #252 (Dec. 1972) published by DC Comics. He only did sporadic work for US publishers until 1981 when he became the penciler on the All-Star Squadron series. Editor Len Wein hired Gonzales as a replacement for the previous artist Rich Buckler and notified the title's creator/writer Roy Thomas with a note stating "You're going to like Adrian Gonzales". He drew the series for 13 issues which included a crossover with the Justice League of America and then became the artist on the Arak, Son of Thunder title.DC Comics produced several Superman stories for the German comics market in the early 1980s and Gonzales drew one of them. A New Teen Titans drug awareness comic book sponsored by IBM and drawn by Gonzales was published in cooperation with The President's Drug Awareness Campaign in 1984. That same year, he penciled the Super Powers limited series which tied-in with the Kenner Products toyline of the same name. After a brief stint working on the Sgt. Rock series,[Gonzales left the comics industry in 1985 and became a storyboard artist for several animation studios including Hanna-Barber

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BC J'ai hésité sur celle-ci, pour les mêmes raisons. Nostalgie... Tu as bien fait, bravo. C'est un poncif, mais dieu que le temps passe...
Sep 1, 2017, 7:37 PM