Big trouble in little china old man jack comic

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Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack Vol. 1 by Anthony Burch

The authorized and in-continuity sequel to the cult hit film Big Trouble in Little China, co-written by its creator, John Carpenter.

HE’S PAID HIS DUES

The world may have gone to hell, but ol’ Jack Burton is in his own personal heaven, spending the literal end of days in the last remaining refuge on gods green earth...Florida. The apocalypse is easy livin’ when you have all the cold beer you want. But when his old nemesis David Lo-Pan reaches out to Jack for help, he’ll have to dust off and gas up the Pork-Chop Express to once again save the world from evil forces. 

Written by the horror master himself, John Carpenter, along with Anthony Burch (Borderlands 2), and illustrated by Jorge Corona (We Are Robin, The Flash), Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack Volume 1 collects issues #1-4 of the authorized sequel to the fan-favorite film. 
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Published 12.12.2018

Big Trouble in Little China 2 TEASER TRAILER

They go into the mysterious underworld beneath Chinatown, where they face an ancient sorcerer named David Lo Pan, who requires a woman with green eyes to marry him in order to release him from a centuries-old curse.
Anthony Burch

Big Trouble In Little China: Old Man Jack #1

The year is , and hell is literally on Earth. Ching Dai, sick of relying on screw-ups like Lo Pan to do his bidding, has broken the barriers between Earth and the infinite hells, and declared himself ruler of all. Sixty-year-old Jack Burton is alone in a tiny corner of Florida with only his broken radio to talk to, until one day it manages to pick up a message. Someone is out there in the hellscape, and they know a way to stop Ching Dai. The first story arc of the Old Man Jack series features four issues and introduces an older Jack trying to ignore a certain awfulness around him and he's unexpected called into action, reuniting with a familiar not-so-friendly face. Hilariously weird foes, strange luck, and unexpected allegiances make this series must-read for fans of the film looking for that sequel. We can only hope Carpenter's involvement in the series helps Hollywood decide on a film sequel instead of a film reboot.

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Forgotten Films - Big Trouble in Little China 2

A couple months ago we learned that the classic John Carpenter film Big Trouble in Little China was getting a sequel in comic book form. The comic will tell the story of Jack Burton's "final ride in the Pork-Chop Express", which leads to the Hellpocalypse. The year is , and hell is literally on Earth. Ching Dai, sick of relying on screw-ups like Lo Pan to do his bidding, has broken the barriers between Earth and the infinite hells, and declared himself ruler of all. Sixty-year-old Jack Burton is alone in a tiny corner of Florida with only his broken radio to talk to, until one day it manages to pick up a message.

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