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 Post subject: The Kamandi Challenge is Coming in 2017
PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2016 3:11 pm 
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This series is really sounds impressive. With all of this week' announcements by DC COMICS, I do not know how can Marvel top that (using anything other than the incentive covers).

Back in April, Bleeding Cool told you a little bit about DC’s plans for something they called Kamandi Challenge. Now comes further word about the project, which is based on the world Jack Kirby created and DC Comics launched in 1972 in Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth. Kirby died in 1994 and 2017 would have been his 100th birthday. The Kamandi Challenge is part of DC’s plans to celebrate the his work at the company.DC to Celebrate Jack Kirby\'s 100th Birthday with Ambitious Post-Apocalyptic Series

The creative structure of the Kamandi Challenge itself is rooted in an idea that developed during a 1983 San Diego Comic Con party which resulted in the series DC Challenge. In the Kamandi Challenge, each creative team is working independently of the others — and unaware of what the other teams are doing — and will base their stories in a different section of Earth AD.

As we told you in April, the creative line-up looks like this:

Issue #1 by Dan Abnett/Dale Eaglesham
Issue #2 by Peter J. Tomasi/Neal Adams
Issue #3 by Jimmy Palmiotti/Amanda Conner
Issue #4 by James Tynion/Carlos D’Anda
Issue #5 by Bill Willingham/Ivan Reis
Issue #6 by Steve Orlando/Philip Tan
Issue #7 by Marguerite Bennett/Dan Jurgens
Issue #8 by Keith Giffen/Steve Rude
Issue #9 by Tom King/Kevin Eastman
Issue #10 by Greg Pak/Joe Prado
Issue #11 by Rob Williams/Walter Simonson
Issue #12 by Gail Simone/Ryan Sook

Some samples of the artwork:





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Could be quite something - most likely some misses but some big hits are possible.


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