Jean-Marc Lofficier's Strangers Continues – But Not at Image Comics

We like to keep an eye on Jean-Marc Lofficier's Hexagon Comics USA line, European comics mostly written by Jean-Marc Lofficier, translated into English and distributed solely through his websiteAmazon page or at conventions. Selling enough copies to make it more than worthwhile, as well as making certain comics available to a wider English speaking audience. Retailers can purchase them at a 40% discount from distributor Ingram or from the publisher.

The latest is Strangers 3: Of Gods And Men, drawn by Sergio Fernandez Davila, Mariano De La Torre, Anthony Dugenest, Alfredo Macall, Victor Nava and Alfonso Ruis.

Strangers was previously published by Image Comics, but these are stories published after the Image Comics series had ceased publication…

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7×10 squarebound trade paperback, 160 color pages.

Story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; Art by Sergio Fernandez Davila, Mariano De La Torre, Anthony Dugenest, Alfredo Macall, Victor Nava and Alfonso Ruis; cover by Alfredo Macall; colors by Anthony Dugenest & Studio Cirque.

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In this third volume of Strangers, which collects #13-#18 of the original French edition, and completes the second saga of this long-running series, the Strangers at last confront the powerful galactic entities known as the Towers, who desire to recapture their former guardian Starlock. Meanwhile, Futura encounters to the deadly Zorr-Ko, a creature from the ancient past, and the god Coyote. And Jaleb the Telepath is hunted by the deadly envoys of the Galactic Federation. Special guest-stars: Ozark the shaman and Stormshadow of the Twilight People! Cameos by the Hexagon group, the Lunatic Legion and the Bronze Gladiator.

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The French award-winning series Strangers was launched in 2003 by Jean-Marc Lofficier, and is still ongoing today. Its first six-issue saga was published at the time by Image Comics in the US. Strangers gathers characters who are all "strangers" to Earth, and have been brought together by Tanka, a former jungle lord who has been recruited by entities from the farthest future to protect our world from extra-terrestrial menaces.

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In this latest collection, French artist Anthony Dugenest teams up with and Mexican artists Alfredo Macall, Victor Nava and Alfonso Ruis, and Spanish artists Mariano de La Torre and Sergio Fernandez Davila, to explore the cosmic wonders of the Hexagon Universe.



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