Written by Fabrice Sapolsky
Art and Cover by Fred Pham Chuong
Colors by Veronica R. Lopez, Paris Alleyne
A murder. A mysterious league of protectors operating in the shadows. A legacy to protect. A city to save from filth, corruption and gangs. A girl who has to pose as a man to protect herself and her heritage. A young Kung Fu student lost in a concrete jungle he never chose to… Welcome to the world of Intertwined. It’s 1971 and for Juan Jin, life is about to become hell! He didn’t ask to be a hero. He didn’t ask to go to Chinatown. He only wanted to follow the way of Wing Chun, the Kung Fu style he masters brilliantly… but destiny had other plans for him!
The first ever Kung Fu Noir graphic novel, a CREATOR OWNED tale from Fabrice Sapolsky (Spider-Man Noir, One-Hit Wonder) and hot new French sensation and Kung Fu practitioner Fred Pham Chuong!
Additional art by Olivier Coipel, Gerald Parel, Karibu, Roland Boschi, Geoffo, Mateus Santolouco and Fabrice Sapolsky
NEW AND IMPROVED EDITION. 184 pages. All color. Perfect Bound. Soft Touch.
Includes never published before material.
What Fans Are Saying:
“The dynamic between writer Sapolsky (one of the co-creators of the amazing Spider-Man Noir adaption) and artist Chuong, work extremely well when it comes to the storytelling. The characters involved in the story, all the leads and supporting and minor characters, are all great and all stand out on their own. A strong element of the book is the showcase of diversity among the cast. It is very much New York City and while some people may claim “forced,” it all makes sense. I camaraderie among the different ethnic groups really make me excited to see, especially having grown up in this city all my life and being close friends with people of all races and backgrounds. Heck, a huge plus in getting Haitian characters in NYC! The Haitian population in NYC is HUGE but you’d never ever see any of that in any other form media!
If you have a chance, definitely give this book a shot. I really hope there’s a Part 2, because there is so much potential for greatness with this story.” – Amazon Review
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