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The Four Points by Lobdell & Gunderson Arrives in April

Posted on the 27 February 2015 by Comicscritic @comicscritic
All-Female Team Book THE FOUR POINTS On the Horizon from Aspen ComicsThe Four PointsThis April, Aspen Comics is releasing a new all-female team book, The Four Points, written by industry veteran Scott Lobdell and penciled by Jordan Gunderson. Here’s your first look at several covers from the debut issue, The Four Points #1. Press ReleaseOn April 8th, 2015 Aspen Comics will debut their new series The Four Points written by Scott Lobdell (The Scourge, Red Hood and the Outlaws) and penciled by Jordan Gunderson (Fathom Annual) with colors by Valentina Pinto (Damsels In Excess).Following a family tragedy, Gia Sorrentino has inherited an empire and is finally free to explore her full potential and perhaps even unlock some of the most unimaginable secrets of mankind. But with the amazing comes the sinister, and Gia and three other women who also possess abilities of inhuman nature must work together to thwart an ancient evil on the rise in this all-female team series.“Working for Aspen has always meant writing some of the most beautiful, dangerous, and powerful women in comics. Now imagine what a team of those young women will be like!” says Lobdell. “For centuries we’ve heard about the Four Horsemen of the Apocolypse. Finally we’re going to foncus on the four young elementals who’ve been tasked with stopping these ancient harbingers of destruction. Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water are the easiest ways to describe the quartet of women who make up The Four Points…but that barely scratches the surface of the power they wield.”The Four Points will also feature multiple exclusive variant covers from series creator Jordan Gunderson, as well as Khari Randolph (Charismagic), for the complete run of the exhilarating new adventure series.The Four Points Cover A - GundersonThe Four Points Cover B - RandolphThe Four Points Cover C - GundersonThe Four Points Cover D - Gunderson

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