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  • Marvel's 'Cold War' crossover
  • Crashing #1
  • Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak GN
  • Gospel #1

STEVE ROGERS CONFRONTS THE OUTER CIRCLE, SAM WILSON PARTNERS WITH NOMAD, AND MORE AS MARVEL'S CAPTAIN AMERICA TITLES HEAT UP AHEAD OF ‘COLD WAR’!

Check out what November will bring in CAPTAIN AMERICA: SENTINEL OF LIBERTY and CAPTAIN AMERICA: SYMBOL OF TRUTH and learn about CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE WINTER SOLDIER SPECIAL, a brand-new one-shot

New York, NY— August 16, 2022 — Announced at San Diego Comic-Con last month, both CAPTAIN AMERICA titles will crossover next year in the upcoming epic, COLD WAR! The saga will be a culmination of the threats, battles, and mysteries that’s been at the center of both Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson’s adventures since the start of this critically-acclaimed new era!

Over in writers Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing and artist Carmen Carnero’s CAPTAIN AMERICA: SENTINEL OF LIBERTY, Steve Rogers is hunting down a shadowy group of villains known as the Outer Circle in order to unearth a shocking secret about the creation of his shield. And over in writer Tochi Onyebuchi and artist R.B. Silva’s CAPTAIN AMERICA: SYMBOL OF TRUTH, Sam Wilson is unraveling a conspiracy of his own, ones that’s taken him everywhere from Latveria to Wakanda for showdowns with Doctor Doom and the newly returned White Wolf! More thrills await and right now, fans can get a peek at what’s to come in both titles this November!

In CAPTAIN AMERICA: SENTINEL OF LIBERTY #6, Captain America has misjudged his place in the battle against the elusive Outer Circle…and it’s about to cost him everything. The Century Game has been turned upside down. And when the dust settles, Steve Rogers’ world will never be the same again.

In CAPTAIN AMERICA: SYMBOL OF TRUTH #7, featuring guest artist Ig Guara, the White Wolf’s latest attack has put Falcon in critical condition and sparked a civil war in Mohannda. When Sam Wilson’s role as Captain America prevents him from pursuing his own justice on an international scale, his government contact sets him up with a surprising new partner – an old ally long thought dead. As teased yesterday, It’s the return of Nomad! But who will bear the mantle this time, and will their assistance be a blessing or a curse?

And that’s not all! Kelly and Lanzing will team up with superstar artist Kev Walker to reveal the origins of Captain America’s newest foes and what the Outer Circle’s next move means for the future of the Winter Soldier in a double-sized one-shot, CAPTAIN AMERICAN & THE WINTER SOLDIER SPECIAL! The 20th century progressed at a more rapid pace than any other in history but not without help from the shadows. Learn more about the four members of this mysterious cabal—Power, Money, Machine, Love, and Revolution—and the unbelievable ways they’ve altered history!

Check out the covers now and don’t miss a single issue of CAPTAIN AMERICA’s incredible current era in the months ahead! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: SENTINEL OF LIBERTY #6

Written by COLLIN KELLY & JACKSON LANZING

Art and Cover by CARMEN CARNERO

On Sale 11/9

CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE WINTER SOLDIER SPECIAL #1

Written by COLLIN KELLY & JACKSON LANZING

Art by KEV WALKER

Cover by Salvador LARROCA

On Sale 11/16

CAPTAIN AMERICA: SYMBOL OF TRUTH #7

Written by TOCHI ONYEBUCHI

Art by IG GUARA

Cover by R.B. SILVA

On Sale 11/23

 

 

Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak

DELMONICO BOOKS / THE COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART

Edited by Jonathan Weinberg. Introduction by Lynn Caponera. Text by Thomas Crow, John Bell, Tyler Fallas, Clara Nguyen. Interviews with Carroll Ballard, Brother Christopher, John Dugdale, Michael di Capua, Spike Jonze, Twyla Tharp, Arthur Yorinks.

The most comprehensive survey of the work of Maurice Sendak, the greatest picture book artist of his generation—featuring sketches for some of his most celebrated books and stage designs plus unpublished archival materials

Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak, published by DelMonico Books and the Columbus Museum of Art.

Published in conjunction with the eponymous Sendak retrospective touring museums in the United States and Europe in 2022–24, Wild Things Are Happening emphasizes Maurice Sendak’s relationship to the history of art and the influences of his art collecting on his images. It features previously unpublished sketches, storyboards and paintings that emphasize Sendak’s creative processes. Bringing together a broad diversity of perspectives on the award-winning artist, the book includes an extended essay by the renowned art historian Thomas Crow that traces the genesis and cultural contexts of Sendak’s most famous book, Where the Wild Things Are. It also includes interviews and appreciations by many of Sendak’s key collaborators, including Carroll Ballard, Michael di Capua, John Dugdale, Spike Jonze, Twyla Tharp and Arthur Yorinks.

Maurice Sendak, Self-Portrait, 1950, ink on paper, 10 ¾ x 16 ½” © The Maurice Sendak Foundation. Reproduced from Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak, published by DelMonico Books and the Columbus Museum of Art.

Maurice Sendak (1928–2012) was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Jewish immigrant parents from Poland. A largely self-taught artist, Sendak wrote and illustrated over 150 books during his 60-year career, including Kenny’s Window, Very Far Away, The Sign on Rosie’s Door, Nutshell Library (consisting of Chicken Soup with Rice, Alligators All Around, One Was Johnny and Pierre), Higglety Pigglety Pop!, Where the Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen and Outside Over There. He collaborated with such celebrated authors as Meindert Dejong, Randall Jarrell, Ruth Krauss, Tony Kushner, Else Holmelund Minarik and Isaac Bashevis Singer, and he illustrated classics by the Brothers Grimm, Melville and Tolstoy.

Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak accompanies an exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art, on view October 21, 2022–March 5, 2023.

Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are, 1963, tempera on paper, 9 ¾ x 22”, © The Maurice Sendak Foundation. Reproduced from Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak, published by DelMonico Books and the Columbus Museum of Art.

AVAILABLE SEPT 6, 2022

Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak

Edited by Jonathan Weinberg. Introduction by Lynn Caponera. Text by Thomas Crow, John Bell, Tyler Fallas, Clara Nguyen. Interviews with Carroll Ballard, Brother Christopher, John Dugdale, Michael di Capua, Spike Jonze, Twyla Tharp, Arthur Yorinks.

“It may seem like a paradox that Sendak, who is so celebrated for his ability to delve into the most primal emotions of children, was so unchildlike in his structured work habits and in the meticulous way he constructed his art, but the whole logic of his practice was to create the illusion of autonomy and the sensation that we not only can control our fears and desires, but that they can be our salvation too.”

— Jonathan Weinberg, Curator & Director of Research, The Maurice Sendak Foundation

DELMONICO BOOKS / THE COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART

Hardcover, 8.5 x 10.5 in. / 248 pgs / 233 color / ISBN 9781636810522 / List Price: $55.00 CDN $75.00 GBP £45.00

 

 

‘CRASHING’, Superpowers & Emergency Room Drama Collide in New Miniseries from IDW

I’m sure you’ve caught wind of “Crashing”, the hotly-anticipated, pulse-pounding 5-issue IDW Original miniseries that’s part superhero thriller (think “The Boys”) and part medical drama (think “Nurse Jackie”)... But if you haven’t, issue #1 is releasing on September!

Written by Matthew Klein, illustrated by Morgan Beem (Swamp Thing, Adventure Time), colored by Triona Farrell, and lettered by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, “Crashing” follows Rose Osler, a specialist… Her focus? Patients with Powers…at a hospital with a “No Powered Patients” policy. When a battle between Boston’s protectors and destroyers erupts, Rose is trapped between saving the city’s beloved hero by day and greatest villain at night. Except Rose could become a casualty when she’s forced to risk her recovery. As Rose pushes past her limits to save everyone else, will she be able to save herself?

 

 

ALL-NEW, HISTORICAL FANTASY ADVENTURE—GOSPEL—IS SET TO LAUNCH IN NOVEMBER

PORTLAND, Ore. 08/16/2022 — A thrilling new fantasy adventure begins with Will Morris’ launch of the upcoming Gospel. This five issue miniseries is set to kick off this November from Image Comics.

When opportunity refuses to knock for restless hero Matilde, the devil comes knocking instead. Thrust into action by the hellish arrival, Matilde and storyteller Pitt will quest for answers—answers that threaten to tear them apart and trigger the toughest question of all: “Who am I?”

Inspired by the work of Hayao Miyazaki and set in the chaos of King Henry VIII’s reign, this new series will question the truth behind the stories we tell.

"Gospel's story emerged on long road trips to Cornwall (long by British standards anyway). It's a place where magic still hangs in the air and ancient stories and folklore fill the book racks in roadside stores. Who were these stories for? What master did they serve? These questions whirled in my head as I started to write Matilde and Pitt's quest for identity, renown and the soul of their community," said Morris in an exclusive on the announcement with ScreenRant. "This comic is for those that enjoy action, adventure, devils, giants, assassins and friends that stumble, fall and rise again. It's a comic for anyone that has ever felt they had something to live up to."

Eric Stephenson, Publisher at Image Comics, added: “Will Morris is an exciting new talent, and we’re thrilled that he chose Image as the home for what is shaping up to be a delightfully different kind of fantasy series.”

Gospel #1 (Diamond Code SEP220024) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, November 9.

Gospel #1 will also be available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play.

 

 

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