Billy Tucci comic
The fury...the beauty...the battle! An apocalyptic scene of burning Tokyo streets is the meeting place for this blood war. Wolverine questions the judgement and perhaps lost goals of Shi that have placed her in a situation most desperate. Questions that inflame an already internal wound of the soul that Shi is fighting within herself. The overused term, "battle to the death," has become tired and worn out. The battle that that Tucci and Smith inject Wolverine and Shi into deals with more than the bloodshed of a physical plane. It delves into the souls of these two warriors of legend as they battle for more than just life. They battle for the right to die on their own terms. This prequel of the new "Judgement Night" series sets the stage for only one to walk away. And only one will.
- Issue # Full (8 months ago)
Dark Horse celebrates Shi's 10th Anniversary with a new Tucci series! Ana Ishikawa returns to her native Japan where she desperately tries to avert an all out war between the secretive sects of the Kyoto and Nara Sohei. And with the Narans of the verge of annihilation, the Kyoto Sohei are about to rub it in?with the encouragement of the Yakuza and with potentially disastrous consequences. Once again, Ana in the guise of Death Incarnate, will take up the naginata and don her grandfather's Kabuki face paint in order to save both cities, even if it means turning to her father's murderer Masahiro Arashi to do so.
There aren't many French Resistance soldiers more beautiful than Mademoiselle Marie and there are none more deadly! When Marie is put in charge of some critical cargo, she'll have to keep her enemies very close, indeed. But she might not be keeping a close-enough eye on her friends!
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
Billy Tucci's Shi is re-launching at Avatar and this special half issue provides an exclusive new story leading directly into the first issue! Karl Waller provides the stunning artwork for this story from Shi's past set in Feudal Japan. But her days appear to be numbered as a vicious group of Samurai attack her. Printed on glossy stock with cardstock covers, our #1/2's are the highest possible production quality.
The story opened with a drawing of Rock in the style of Joe Kubert, the artist most closely associated with the hero. The series' fact-based background led to it featured in the Army Times - a weekly newspaper for U.S. Army personnel.