Big Trouble in Little China/Escape From New York by Greg PakIt’s the mother of all crossovers as Jack Burton and Snake Plissken meet for the first time ever anywhere for the adventure of a lifetime!
Jacks big-hearted. Snakes cold-hearted. Jacks lucky. Snakes deadly. Jack cant shut up. Snake loves shutting people up. And they drive each other CRRAAAAAZY! Prepare for the roadtrip of a lifetime. Jack Burton and Snake Plissken haul the Pork-Chop Express across the dystopian planes of America to stop their worlds from coming to an end.
Written by Greg Pak (World War Hulk, Action Comics) and illustrated by Russ Manning Award-nominated artist Daniel Bayliss (Kennel Block Blues) comes the John Carpenter sanctioned crossover event that will shake the pillars of heaven and prove once and for all that Snake Plissken lives on.
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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. Although the original screenplay by first-time screenwriters Gary Goldman and David Z. Weinstein was envisioned as a Western set in the s, screenwriter W. Richter was hired to rewrite the script extensively and modernize it. The studio hired Carpenter to direct the film and rushed Big Trouble in Little China into production so that it would be released before a similarly themed Eddie Murphy film, The Golden Child , which was slated to come out around the same time. The project fulfilled Carpenter's long-standing desire to make a martial arts film.
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