BOOM! Studios’ Road to New York Comic-Con 2016 continues with the release of the cover for the first issue of the epic John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York crossover, by Nick Robles.
For series description and Road to NYCC 2016 recap, read on.
BOOM! Studios and Loot Crate Announce Exclusive Cover for ‘Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York’ #1
BOOM! Studios and Loot Crate are excited to announce an exclusive cover illustrated by Nick Robles (Clockwork Angels) for the publisher’s debut issue of Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York. The exclusive will appear in a yet-unannounced, upcoming Loot Crate box.
Given a blessing by the two films’ director, John Carpenter, and featuring a story by Greg Pak and art by Russ Manning Award nominee Daniel Bayliss, Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York pits together two characters made famous by actor Kurt Russell in an unlikely pairing. Issue #1 is on sale October 5th, with the Loot Crate exclusive to be announced.
BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA/ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK #1 (of 6)
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Daniel Bayliss
Format: 32 pages, full color
Retail Price: $3.99
On sale date: October 5, 2016
- It’s the mother of all crossovers as Jack Burton and Snake Plissken meet for the first time ever anywhere!
- Done with director John Carpenter’s complete blessing, witness this melee of the mullets as two cult-classic characters made famous by actor Kurt Russell crossover in an improbable adventure.
- As lightning cascades around Jack and his good ol’ Pork-Chop Express, he finds himself transported and driving through the horrors of what seems to be the dystopian future of…Escape from New York?!
- Snake Plissken catches wind of Jack and goes on the hunt to find who is trying to steal his identity.
- Prepare for the road trip of a lifetime, with Jack and Snake rumblin’ down the streets of a dystopian future to find what craziness caused Jack to jump through worlds.
• Written by Greg Pak (Totally Awesome Hulk, Action Comics) and illustrated by Russ Manning Award nominee Daniel Bayliss (Kennel Block Blues, Translucid).