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"Cowboys & Aliens" ist die Verfilmung der gleichnamigen Comic-Serie aus dem Platinum Comic Macroverse...

Schon schön, wenn Cowboys und Indianer ihr Kriegsbeil begraben müssen, um ausserirdischen Invasoren Herr zu werden... ;-)

Jon Favreau führte Regie bei "Cowboys & Aliens". Daniel Craig (u.a. "James Bond 007: Casino Royale", "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider") spielt die Rolle von Zeke Jackson... Ausserdem wirken mit: Harrison Ford (u.a. "Star Wars"), Noah Ringer und Olivia Wilde...



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"Cowboys & Aliens" auf Blu-ray Disc und DVD !!!
Am 13. Januar 2012 erschien "Cowboys & Aliens" auf Blu-ray Disc und DVD...



[25.08.2011] Heute startet "Cowboys & Aliens" in den deutschen Kinos...

[15.08.2011] CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens (Universal/DreamWorks) dropped 52% to sixth place with $7.6 million over the weekend and a total gross of $81.5 million. [...]

[27.06.2011] Der "Cowboys & Aliens" Trailer #3 ist online !!!

[11.06.2011] Ein "Cowboys & Aliens" Sneak Peek ist online !!!

[02.06.2011] "Cowboys & Aliens" TV-Spot #3 ist online !!!

[25.05.2011] Ein "Cowboys & Aliens" TV-Spot ist online !!!

[15.04.2011] Der "Cowboys & Aliens" Trailer #2 ist online !!!

[06.04.2011] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Jon Favreau...

[03.04.2011] CS! berichtet über das "Cowboys & Aliens"-Panel auf der WonderCon...

[08.02.2011] EW.com sprach mit dem Regisseur Jon Favreau, insbesondere über den "Cowboys & Aliens" Super Bowl Spot...

[07.02.2011] Der "Cowboys & Aliens" Super Bowl Spot ist online !!!

[09.12.2010] Bei Empire gibt es das "Cowboys & Aliens" UK-Poster...

[30.11.2010] Bei Cinematical und JoBlo.com gibt es "Cowboys & Aliens" Set-Berichte, u.a. wird auch ein mögliches Sequel angesprochen...
[...] Though the graphic novel with which the film is based on came out with an online-only sequel in 2007 called 'Cowboys and Aliens: World at War', Jon Favreau and producer Bob Orci aren't rushing to call this summer's film part of a larger franchise. "Don't be counting your sequels before they hatch," Orci told us. Favreau jumped in: "I don't know what a sequel would even be now. But I have to say, this has been as positive experience as I've ever had, as far as the material that I've had to work with, the producers, the type of support I've gotten from the studio; the actors are talented and everybody is really enthusiastic, [and] if there's any way to feel it again, you know, it's something I wouldn't run away from - it's something I would embrace."

[28.11.2010] Bei TwitPic.com gibt es ein "Cowboys & Aliens" FanArt-Poster...

[23.11.2010] Bei MTV.com gibt es den "Cowboys & Aliens" Teaser-Trailer, inkl. Kommentar von Regisseur Jon Favreau...

[18.11.2010] Der "Cowboys & Aliens" Teaser-Trailer ist online !!! Bei Facebook gibt es zahlreiche Szenenbilder... Und Quint von AICN berichtet über seinen Besuch in den Studios...

[16.11.2010] Bei CS! gibt es ein Teaser-Poster und eine ausführliche Synopsis... Und bei Screen Rant und io9.com gibt es Trailer-Previews...

[03.08.2010] TorontoSun.com meldet...
Olivia Wilde has gone from rawhide to in the raw. The House star is currently shooting Cowboys and Aliens with Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig. And yes, in one scene, she's in danger of significant chapping.
So reports an enthusiastic Adam Beach, who plays Ford's henchmen in the sci-fi western.
"We just finished shooting Olivia Wilde naked in front of a bonfire in front of 500 Apache warriors," Beach says. "That was beautiful. You won't get to see what I saw, but you'll get a glimpse."
Asked about the nude scene, Wilde laughs. "Did Adam Beach talk to you? Adam Beach is the best. Last night, we did a scene where I'm naked in front of a group of couple hundred Apache. Pretty amazing, pretty interesting."
Not that she's only wild west cheesecake in the film, due out next July. "I do kick-ass in this. I love doing action movies ... This movie is so much fun for me."


[24.07.2010] Io9 berichtet über die Präsentation auf der Comic-Con, inkl. Beschreibung der gezeigten Szenen...

[04.07.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Abigail Spencer is moving on from "Mad Men" to "Aliens."
The actress, who played Don Draper's mistress on the '60s-set AMC series, has joined the cast of DreamWorks and Universal's big-budget "Cowboys and Aliens," her studio feature debut.
Daniel Craig, Olivia Wilde, Harrison Ford and Sam Rockwell already are cast in the tale, based on a Platinum Studios graphic novel about cowboys and Indians rising up against invading aliens. Spencer will play a prostitute named Alice, a former lover of Craig's character who makes him change his ways. [...]


[14.05.2010] CS! hat die offizielle Synopsis veröffentlicht...
1873. Arizona Territory. A stranger (Craig) with no memory of his past stumbles into the hard desert town of Absolution. The only hint to his history is a mysterious shackle that encircles one wrist. What he discovers is that the people of Absolution don't welcome strangers, and nobody makes a move on its streets unless ordered to do so by the iron-fisted Colonel Dolarhyde (Ford). It's a town that lives in fear.
But Absolution is about to experience fear it can scarcely comprehend as the desolate city is attacked by marauders from the sky. Screaming down with breathtaking velocity and blinding lights to abduct the helpless one by one, these monsters challenge everything the residents have ever known.
Now, the stranger they rejected is their only hope for salvation. As this gunslinger slowly starts to remember who he is and where he's been, he realizes he holds a secret that could give the town a fighting chance against the alien force. With the help of the elusive traveler Ella (Olivia Wilde), he pulls together a posse comprised of former opponents-townsfolk, Dolarhyde and his boys, outlaws and Apache warriors-all in danger of annihilation. United against a common enemy, they will prepare for an epic showdown for survival.


[04.05.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Sam Rockwell is reteaming with Jon Favreau for another comic book adaptation, DreamWorks' "Cowboys and Aliens."
Rockwell, who portrays arms manufacturer Justin Hammer in the Favreau-directed "Iron Man 2," has joined the cast of "Cowboys," the alien invasion-meets-the Wild West project that Favreau begins shooting in June.
Daniel Craig, Olivia Wilde and Harrison Ford are already cast in the tale, based on a Platinum Studios graphic novel, of cowboys and Indians rising up against aliens.
Rockwell will play a bar owner named Doc who joins in the pursuit of the aliens. Once Favreau and the writers -- Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof -- learned that Rockwell was interested in the movie, they reconceived and expanded the role, which initially called for a heavy-set man.
"Cowboys" keeps Gersh-repped Rockwell, who is known more for his smart indie fare such as "Moon," working in the big-studio world, at least for another movie.
Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer also are producing along with Scott Mitchell Rosenberg.


[27.04.2010] CS! sprach mit dem Regisseur Jon Favreau...
[...] Favreau's next project is based on the Platinum Studios graphic novel by Scott Rosenberg, although that wasn't necessarily what appealed to the director. "The property isn't what was appealing to me as much as the concept and the script," he told us. "I read a great script and I loved the idea of mashing up those two genres and juxtaposing a very intense alien movie up against a very sincerely played Western. We draw inspiration tonally from movies like 'Close Encounters' and 'Alien' and 'Predators' for the alien side and for the Western side we're looking at John Ford, Leone, and even a little bit of 'Butch and Sundance.'
"Once again, I've been very lucky in exceeding all my expectations in getting Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford and Olivia Wilde," he continued. "We're slowly assembling a cast around this property, and I want to do something mind-blowing and it's a great way to do a Western. I've always dreamed of doing a Western, and this seems like a way that's actually responsible from a marketing standpoint, doing an alien invasion Western seems like something very unique and different in the summer next year, which is going to be all superhero movies and sequels. Seems like an exciting thing that might actually emerge as something unique and different. It's a fun ride and it's a chance to do something that plays a little bit older and a little bit more fun." [...]


[19.04.2010] Variety meldet...
Noah Ringer has been cast in Jon Favreau's "Cowboys and Aliens." He joins a cast that already includes Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford and Olivia Wilde. Ringer can be seen next in "The Last Airbender" set to bow this July.

[07.04.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Is Harrison Ford in "Cowboys and Aliens?"
Casting speculation has run rampant since Monday when Jon Favreau tweeted that he had some cool casting news coming down the pipe regarding the new movie he is directing for DreamWorks.
It was Latino Review that first speculated it was Ford who was joining the movie.
Today, Favreau tweeted "Please stop asking if Harrison Ford is in 'Cowboys & Aliens.' Okay? He is. Please don't tell anybody."
While the tweet took DreamWorks execs as well as Ford’s agency by surprise, it isn’t the first time that Favreau, an avid tweeter, has gone rogue with his Twitter account. The director initially feverishly tweeted from the set of "Iron Man 2" and was told to reign it in. [...]


[07.02.2010] Wie CS! meldet, wurde der US-Kinostart auf den 29. Juli 2011 gelegt...

[02.02.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Olivia Wilde is in negotiations to star opposite Daniel Craig in the sci-fi Western "Cowboys & Aliens," which Jon Favreau is directing for DreamWorks Studios.
Wilde will play a character named Ella who joins up with mysterious gunslinger in an unlikely uprising against an alien invasion.
Craig is playing the gunslinger, taking over the role from Robert Downey Jr., who dropped out in January.
Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are producing and wrote the script with "Lost" co-creator Damon Lindelof. Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer are also producing along with Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, who created the graphic novel upon which the movie is based. [...]


[14.01.2010] Collider meldet...
[...] Robert Downey Jr. has dropped out of the adaptation of Scott Mitchell Rosenberg comic book series Cowboys & Aliens. But now we are hearing through sources that Daniel Craig is in negotiations to replace him in the lead role of Zeke Jackson. Obviously, this would be very cool since it would be his first collaboration with Jon Favreau, who is directing the film from a script by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman (Star Trek), and Damon Lindelof (Lost).
Let me stress: "In negotiations" means that Craig has not been cast in the role. What it means is that they’re trying to work out a deal for him to star, but sometimes things don’t work out. Maybe the schedule for Bond 23 moves up or he decides to do a different project. [...]


[13.01.2010] 24 Frames meldet...
Robert Downey Jr. won't ride into the wild West after all.
The actor, who had been poised to reunite with "Iron Man" director Jon Favreau for the science-fiction western "Cowboys & Aliens," won't star in the film.
The movie, sources say, will still move forward with Favreau. But Downey has fallen off the project, and studio DreamWorks is seeking a new hero to replace him. Production is tentatively set to begin this year for a planned release in summer 2011. [...]
Downey was set to play the gunslinger Zeke Jackson, who leads the anti-alien revolt. But scheduling issues -- Downey's been one of the busier actors in Hollywood -- forced a re-think. The project would have marked a third potential franchise a resurgent Downey would have been involved with, after "Iron Man" and "Sherlock Holmes," which is expected to spawn a sequel. [...]


[23.10.2009] MTV sprach kürzlich mit Jon Favreau...
[...] "We've been discussing the idea of me directing it. I like the project, they like me," he said. "It's all about release dates and windows and availability."
"When you're a director on these projects, it's a very director-heavy medium... moreso than any other genre i can think of, because the director has to be involved in the planning, the design, the shooting is painstaking ... and the editing room, with all the CGI it's like you're starting a whole new movie," he explained. "It's a two-year process to direct one of these films, and you have to land on that date, whatever that summer date might be."
Favreau also shared his thoughts on why the project appealed ot him, and what approach he'll be taking to the cowboys-vs-aliens story that he'll be adapting.
"I love the idea of a mash-up of genres. I love the western, which isn't something you don't often get the chance to do these days," he said. "If you're going to mash up genres, you have to do it right. The idea of a western mixed with an alien movie, all of a sudden it makes it a fresh concept... and that mixture seems to make it very appealing and marketable."
The "Iron Man 2" director even offered up some comparisons for the tone of the film, invoking some of the best-known classic - and modern - takes on the genre.
"You have to figure out what style of western is it: Is it 'Maverick'? Is it 'Wild Wild West'? Or is it 'Butch Cassidy'? ... Is it 'Deadwood'?" he ventured. "I think 'Butch Cassidy' feels like the right tone, because there's humor, but there are stakes."


[02.09.2009] Im Heat Vision Blog steht zu lesen...
Jon Favreau and Robert Downey Jr. are bringing their iron-clad collaboration to another comic-book property: "Cowboys & Aliens."
Downey has been attached to the DreamWorks/Universal project since last summer, when "Iron Man" co-screenwriters Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby were working on the adaptation of the Platinum Studios Comics graphic novel written by Fred Van Lente and Andrew Foley.
In the fall, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, who are executive producers on the project, took over scripting, along with "Lost" exec producer Damon Lindelof.
Now Favreau has come on to make "Cowboys" his next directing gig.
The sci-fi Western explores what would happen if the traditional Old West enemies -- cowboys and Native Americans -- found the prairie attacked by aliens in mid-1800s Arizona. Long in development, the "Aliens" project originally was set up at Universal and DreamWorks in 1997 with Steve Oedekerk writing and directing. It later moved to Columbia, with "Sahara" scribes Joshua Oppenheimer and Thomas Donnelly writing.
The Favreau-Downey-Kurtzman-Orci-Lindelof nexus represents the current nucleus of geek-genre pop culture. Kurtzman and Orci recently delivered the sci-fi megahits "Star Trek" and "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," Lindelof maintains his control over the "Lost" mind screw, and Favreau and Downey will serve up another highly anticipated "Iron Man" saga next year.
For DreamWorks, the property represents an essential tentpole to help elevate its newly independent status now that the studio's first round of financing is complete. DreamWorks included "Cowboys" among the 17 projects it bought from Paramount upon leaving last fall.
As part of that exit arrangement, Paramount has an option to co-distribute the film with new DreamWorks distributor Disney, an opportunity it presumably will engage given Favreau's $585 million worldwide success on the Paramount-distributed "Iron Man."
Imagine Entertainment principals Brian Grazer and Ron Howard -- the latter once a possibility to direct -- are producing with Platinum topper Scott Mitchell Rosenberg. Universal, where Imagine is housed, co-developed and is co-financing the project.
As it ramps up production for the next few years' slates, DreamWorks likely would anchor its 2011 summer to "Cowboys." DreamWorks and Kurtzman and Orci also are developing the Platinum property "Atlantis Rising," another big-budget sci-fi hybrid, with director Len Wiseman and writer Joby Harold.


[11.08.2009] SCI FI Wire meldet...
Screenwriting duo Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman (Star Trek) said they turned in their draft of Cowboys & Aliens on Aug. 5 and are now awaiting feedback on their screenplay adaptation of Fred Van Lente's graphic novel.
"We literally handed it in yesterday," Kurtzman said in a group interview on Aug. 6 in Pasadena, Calif., where the duo were promoting their Fox TV show Fringe. "So ask us Monday."
Damon Lindelof co-wrote the script with Orci and Kurtzman. Orci added that they've done the best they could, and now it is in producers' and actors' hands.
"We'll find out, literally," Orci said during the interview. "We're waiting to hear from the principals. We try not to turn it in until we think it's ready. Obviously, there are always things you can improve." [...]


[23.06.2009] SHH! sprach mit den Drehbuchautoren Roberto Orci und Alex Kurtzman...
SHH!: [...] Is "Cowboys & Aliens" going to move forward soon?
Kurtzman:
We're in the middle of writing it right now. We're finishing a draft with Damon (Lindelof), so we hope to be done within the next couple of weeks and then we'll get a director on the movie and see where it goes from there.
SHH!: Do you think Robert Downey is still going to be involved with it, playing Zeke?
Kurtzman:
Hopefully. Fingers crossed. We talked to him a while ago and we'd love him to do it, but he's the busiest man alive, so we're hoping the schedule is going to line up.
SHH!: Are you guys looking at that as another possible franchise or just one movie at a time kind of thing?
Kurtzman:
If we're lucky, but we can only think of it as one movie at a time, because if we start thinking that way, it corrupts the whole movie.
Orci: Bad luck. [...]


[21.06.2009] Bei Collider.com gibt es ein Video-Interview mit den Drehbuchautoren Roberto Orci und Alex Kurtzman, u.a. über "Cowboys & Aliens"...
[...] they say they’ve finished a draft and then sat down with Ron Howard and Steven Spielberg and they gave them a note and now they’re incorporating the not [...]

[15.11.2008] THR.com meldet...
With its separation from Paramount complete, DreamWorks is putting a handful of projects on its high-priority list. [...]
DreamWorks communications exec Chip Sullivan declined to discuss specifics, but these projects are increasingly active: [...]
"Cowboys and Aliens": The large-scale comic book adaptation is now being penned by writer-executive producers Kurtzman and Orci ("Transformers," "Star Trek"), who took on the gig from "Iron Man" co-writers Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby. Imagine is producing, and director-producer Ron Howard, who remains a long shot to lens the film, is developing the project for attached star Robert Downey Jr. [...]


[16.06.2008] THR.com meldet...
Robert Downey Jr. is in negotiations to star in DreamWorks/Universal's "Cowboys & Aliens," a pulpy mix of the sci-fi and Western genres that could serve as a potential 2010 tentpole.
The deal would be Downey's first since propelling Marvel Studios' "Iron Man" to $500 million-plus in worldwide loot (and growing). He next will be seen in the comedy "Tropic Thunder" in August, followed by the drama "The Soloist" in November, both for DreamWorks.
Imagine Entertainment partners Brian Grazer and Ron Howard are producing. Platinum Studios chairman and CEO Scott Mitchell Rosenberg also will produce, along with DreamWorks mainstays Steven Spielberg, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. Ervin Rustemagic and Rich Marincic will co-produce.
"Cowboys & Aliens" derives from a graphic novel written by Fred Van Lente and Andrew Foley from an original idea by Rosenberg. The story centers on an Old West battle between the Apache and Western settlers, including a former Union Army gunslinger named Zeke Jackson (Downey), that is interrupted by a spaceship crashing into the prairie near Silver City, Ariz.
The story draws a parallel between the American imperialist drive to conquer the "savage" Indians with its advanced technology and the aliens' assault on Earthlings, who must join together to survive the invaders' attack.
The project has been in development at several studios during the past 10 years. Among the writers who have drafted versions of the adaptation are David Hayter ("X2: X-Men United"), Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer ("Sahara"), Jeffrey Boam ("Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"), Thompson Evans ("Wedlocked"), Chris Hauty ("Never Back Down") and Steve Oedekerk ("Evan Almighty").
The most recent draft by "Iron Man" and "Children of Men" writers Hawk Ostby and Mark Fergus clearly hit the right notes, as the project looks to gain its major players quickly. [...]


[21.06.2007] Variety.com meldet...
DreamWorks and Universal Pictures will join to turn the graphic novel "Cowboys & Aliens" into a live action feature.
Imagine partners Brian Grazer and Ron Howard will produce along with Platinum Studios chairman-CEO Scott Mitchell Rosenberg and Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. Ervin Rustemagic and Rich Marincic co-produce.
Script will be written by Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby.
The graphic novel mixes Western and science fiction genres. Set in 1800s Arizona, a skirmish between cowboys and Apaches is interrupted by the crash landing of a space ship. The alien commander plans to tame the Old West and enslave everyone, but the cowboys and Native Americans turn their six-guns against the alien invaders.
Rosenberg, who ran Malibu Comics when "Men in Black" transferred from graphic novel to hit film, created the concept for "Cowboys & Aliens" and published the graphic novel in 2006.
Several studios have been intrigued by the concept, but the deal was finally pulled together by DreamWorks production president Adam Goodman and U production prexy Donna Langley. The studios have teamed successfully in the past on such pics as "Gladiator" and the Imagine-produced "A Beautiful Mind."
Kurtzman and Orci scripted the upcoming DreamWorks/Paramount summer film "Transformers."
Fergus and Hawk Ostby's recent credits include "Children of Men" and "Iron Man."


[15.11.2005] Insomniac Mania meldet...
Cowboys and Aliens is in development for Platinum Studios and Columbia Pictures.
Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer are currently writing a script. Based on the Top Cow comic, Cowboys and Indians must lay their differences aside as aliens threaten to invade Earth.
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, David Alper, Amy Baer, Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, Gregory Noveck, Ervin Rustemagic and Steve Tisch are set to produce the feature. The project is set for a release date in 2006.


[12.05.2004] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
Escape Artists and comic book powerhouse Platinum Studios are teaming up for some sci-fi escapism with the high-concept tentpole "Cowboys and Aliens" for Columbia Pictures. "Sahara" writers Joshua Oppenheimer and Thomas Donnelly have come on board to adapt the project, which is set within Platinum's comic book "macroverse" of more than 1,000 characters. Escape Artists' Jason Blumenthal, Todd Black, Steve Tisch and David Alper will produce in association with Platinum's Scott Rosenberg, Ervin Rustemagic and Gregor Noveck. Amy Baer will oversee for the studio. Created by Platinum Studios founder and chairman Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, "Cowboys and Aliens" is set in the Old West, where cowboys and Indians must put aside their differences to battle an alien invasion.

[09.05.2000] C2F berichtet...
[...] Another Platinum original concept is Cowboys and Aliens. The western sci-fi concept was created by Rosenberg for the big screen. "Cowboys and Aliens is progressing really nicely with a writer named Chris Hauty (Homeward Bound II)," Rosenberg told C2F. "We've gone back and forth with different scripts before. Now Universal, Dreamworks and us are all on the same page, no pun intended. It's incredibly active at the studios." Rosenberg is the producer on the movie with Noveck co-producing. Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald, both of whom worked on Men In Black with Rosenberg and more recently on Gladiator, are also producing. [...]

[20.05.1997] PlatinumStudios.com berichtet...
Universal and DreamWorks circled the wagons to buy "Cowboys & Aliens," a double-genre pitch that will become the next writing and directing assignment for Steve Oedekerk, who handled that double duty on "Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls" and on Touchstone's upcoming comedy "Nothing To Lose."
The rights to the pitch cost $500,000 against $1.5 million, and Oedekerk will get a low seven-figure sum to write the script, and around $3.5 million to direct and produce, sources said. The total deal's potentially worth $7 million if the film gets made.
That's comparable with the upfront paydays Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich received for "Independence Day." Of course, Devlin and Emmerich sold a spec script and got and a guaranteed greenlight and start date from Fox.
Oedekerk's package was repped by William Morris agents Alan Gasmer and Rob Carlson.
The concept is a mix of science-fiction and Western: A space ship crashes in the Old West. Both the cowboys and Indians get hold of alien technology, weapons and hardware, and begin using it on each other. Finally, they're forced to work together to battle the aliens who come to retrieve the ship.
"I want to do any movie I'm dying to see, and this is the ultimate movie I'd want to see," said Oedekerk, who'll start writing as soon as he completes the sequel to "The Nutty Professor" for Universal and Imagine. Platinum Studios co-owner Scott Mitchell Rosenberg cooked up the concept as a follow-up to "Men in Black," a comic created by Lowell Cunningham at Malibu Comics. Rosenberg, who was Malibu founder/prexy at the time, developed the comic concept and set up "Men in Black" at Amblin with Walter Parkes, Laurie MacDonald and Steven Spielberg, who all have segued to DreamWorks. Rosenberg feels "Cowboys & Aliens" has the same "Black" humor and action potential. [...]



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Fred Van Lente (Autor), Andrew Foley (Autor), Luciano Lima (Illustrator)
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