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Re: X-Position

Mensagem  leonardobento em Sab Nov 14 2009, 19:38

Em sua coluna semanal, Joe Quesada responde perguntas sobre os X-Men:

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CBR: The mutant side of the equation came into this when Spidey28 wanted to know, "Prodigy possesses the combined knowledge of every mind he has encountered up to M-Day. Does this not make him the most dangerous man in the Marvel Universe? He should have the knowledge of the Xavier protocols, right (or at least knowledge on how to kill all the X-men efficiently)? Shouldnt the X-men realize this, especially Xavier? Or do they still not know the scope of his abilities? When are we going to see a story arch that revolves around him and his gifts? Here is a ex-mutant with perhaps the most dangerous mind in the world, and yet no story has been told regarding this. When are we going to get a Prodigy story arc?"

JQ: We love Prodigy too, Spidey28, but sometimes there just isn't time to delve into every possible X-Men story, especially when there are so many of them. Let's just say it won't be anytime soon, but I would be shocked if one of our creators didn't pick up on Prodigy's story someday and decide to really dig into his powers.

CBR: Frequent questioner Comicbookfan is already looking ahead when it comes to the man called Logan asking, "Hey Joe, will Wolverine ever be back in his own self-titled ongoing series...maybe After Dark Reign ends? And with out giving away too much what are your plans for Daken, Wolverine's Son, after Dark Reign? Will he get his own series?"

JQ: We hate publishing books with Wolverine in them, Comicbookfan, so I can't imagine there ever being a "Wolverine" book ever again.

Ever.

Never ever.

Can I interest you in a bridge?

CBR: Following up that question with the frequently touched upon issue of numbering, abigail brand's cousin wondered, "When will see regular Wolverine issues.What issue number will be?" Do you expect to count any post "Dark Wolverine" issues with the same numbering as the old series as was done, say, in the case of X-Men/New X-Men/X-Men Legacy?

JQ: Wow, Abigail Brand's cousin, my head just exploded. You'll need to ask this question when there is just a "Wolverine" book. WAIT! I forgot. We're never ever going to publish a "Wolverine" book again. Silly me.

CBR: Winding back a little bit to some more classic X-tales, sandman813 wanted to know, "Will there be any more ‘X-Men: Origins' one-shots perhaps one that featured Rogue and some of the other X-men that haven't had one like Professsor X and Magneto?"

JQ: Thanks for asking! "Iceman" just came out, sandman813, and more will be coming out every other month. You'll notice a Nightcrawler one in the March solicitations.

CBR: Magneto seemed a popular choice for some more background treatment as jmc247 asked, "Hi Joe, after the critical success and rave reviews of 'Magneto Testament' I was wondering if Marvel might be interested in doing another 'Magneto Origins' story. Perhaps this time dealing with his time set in a time frame between when he was a Nazi hunter in the 50s and him forming the Brotherhood? Its a large and very much unknown period in his life. Of course it could also answer the many questions regarding Susanna Dane and Magneto's relationship that we have only seen dealt with in the House of M universe."

JQ: Thanks for the question, jmc247. We were very proud of "X-Men: Magneto Testament" and, yeah, we do plan to go back and tell more of Magneto's life story with Greg Pak and Carmine Di Giandomenico. However, it's still a bit too soon to talk about its development at this stage, but you can look forward to hearing more details as soon as we're ready to share them.


Vamos lá:
- Perguntado sobre o Prodígio, que é um personagem bastante interessante, Quesada disse que, com tantos personagens, é difícil explorá-lo, mas ele ficará surpreso se nunca algum roteirista escrever mais sobre o personagem.
- Ele brinca que depois de Dark Reign não dá para imaginar ter ainda algum título do Wolverine, quando perguntado se o Logan voltaria ao seu título com o fim do arco.
- Perguntaram sobre quando o título do Wolvie terá sua numeração restaurada ao original, quando acabar Dark Reign, como fizeram com X-Men Legacy, que manteve a numeração mesmo mudando de nome. A resposta é: essa pergunta deve ser feita quando tivermos apenas um título de Wolverine.
-Ele afirmou que teremos mais especiais de origens e o mais recente é o que saiu agora do Homem-de-Gelo. Em março, teremos um do Noturno.
- Com o sucesso deMagneto Testamente, há planos para continuar recontando a origem do personagem com Greg Pak e Carmino Di Giandomenico.

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Re: X-Position

Mensagem  leonardobento em Qui Nov 19 2009, 06:14

O X-Position dessa semana é com Chris Claremont:

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CBR: We'll allow Joshua Hetherington to start things off. He sent in a handful of questions - one for each finger, as a matter of fact…

1) Can a timeline book of "X-Men Forever" be released? There seems to be some discrepancy in the timeline you're following and I think a lot of fans would be able to enjoy the story more if there was a book that helped fans "catch up" (much like "New Mutants Saga" did for the new "New Mutants" series).

CC:In terms of basic timeline, it picks up where "X-Men" #3 left off. Figure the preview takes place maybe three days or so after everyone has returned from Asteroid M - probably within a week. They're dealing with the death of Magneto, the reorientation of their world, and what's going on. And from that point on, things begin to happen fairly rapidly.

The first five issues take place essentially in a single night, and the second five issues take place over the next two to three days; so, effectively speaking, the first ten issues or so leading up to Cyclops' departure is the first week of the series. After that, things slow down somewhat. Issues #11-14 happen within the second week with Kitty, Gambit, and 'Ro heading off to Russia to see why Colossus didn't show up for the funeral. Issue #15 picks up with what happened to Storm after she fled in issue #5, and we move on from there - where we move on to depends solely on the whims of Marvel management and sales.

The paradox with comics these days as opposed to when I did the "X-Men" originally is that nowadays things are, of necessity, much faster-paced and compressed. We can't assume that we'll have years to play out a scenario; we have to get onstage, say our piece, and move on, as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our hope is always that the Gods of Publishing will smile and we'll go on beyond Year One. But comics today is run much more like TV than publishing, in terms of structural state-of-mind. Nothing is guaranteed; you have to look at work in short and defined arcs - and as I said, keep your fingers crossed.

CBR: 2) When can Jubilee fans expect Jubilee to return to "The X-Men"? I know that you stated that Jubilee was originally intended to be drawn in to Logan's funeral scene, but was accidentally left out. So when might we see her?

CC: There's an ongoing discussion with myself and (editor) Mark Paniccia on how the book should be treated. He is fundamentally committed to a minimalist and focused approach to the series and the characters. From his perspective, we have eight core characters. Those are the only ones he really wants to see dealt with in the arcs. All the others are - for better or worse - off-panel, no matter how much anyone may wish otherwise. That's the editorial mandate and, at present, there's really no room for discussion or alternative, it seems. This isn't an ideal situation for either party, but Mark has his responsibilities to the company and to the overall structure of the series, whereas I have mine to my own vision of the story and how best to tell it.

Nothing new about that, it's inherent in the relationship between writer and publisher that goes back to the very beginning. The key thing to remember here is that we're both of us working together to come up with the best possible stories and find the best ways of telling them that will provide both creative satisfaction and commercial reward. It's a collaboration, which means it's invariably best to look at the result and not the process. The one is hopefully joyous; the other, far too often to those on the outside, a chaotic mess. That's often, a surprising lot of fun. Go figure.

CBR: 3) With regards to the apparent spin-off "New Mutants Forever" that is being planned, can you tell us if it will share the same continuity as "X-Men Forever"? Why or why not?

CC: The spin-off is a different animal than "X-Men Forever." It's designed as a miniseries, so it's five issues and out. It essentially picks up exactly where I left off - it would be as if this was "New Mutants" issue #55 and it's the next arc. It's the continuity as it existed at that time in that series, consistent with the "New Mutants" and the world around it. It has no connection with "X-Men Forever" because, as far as that book is concerned, it takes place ten years earlier…well, in the continuity; in the publishing reality - in terms of continuity - some months earlier, if not a couple of years.

Since the focus on the book is exclusively the New Mutants, the X-Men don't show up at all. In contrast to "X-Men Forever," for example, Magneto is alive and is headmaster of the School for Gifted Youngsters and is serving as one of the four Lords Cardinal of the Hellfire Club along with Shaw, Emma and Selene. So it's consistent with the overall X-Men continuity, but it is not the same moment of continuity that "X-Men Forever" occurs in.

CBR: 4) Who can we expect to see in the "New Mutants Forever" series? Would it be safe to assume Cannonball, Sunspot, Moonstar and Wolfsbane, as they appeared at Logan's funeral?

CC: At that point in the continuity, Shaun has just left the team, and 'Berto and Warlock are off in South America. So the cast we're left with in New York at this point is Sam, Dani, Rahne, Doug, and Amara. And then, once the story starts, all things can happen and everyone is at risk.

The story starts literally three minutes after issue #54. They're still at the Hellfire Club, it's still that fateful Christmas where they've just come back from their two issue team-up with the Hellions, Magneto's in conference with the other Lords Cardinal, and they're trying to figure out where to go from there. It's essentially the next issue.

CBR: 5) Issue #10's last few pages had a reveal that I wasn't expecting - you know, the one involving Cyclops, Corsair, His Grandmother and…Cyclops' son, Nathan?!? How did this happen? When, how, and why did this happen? So many questions…

CC: Ideally, Mark and I are still bouncing this back and forth - you can follow the blood trail across New York - but sometime after New Year around issue #18, we plan to touch base with Scott and his family up in Alaska and hopefully surprise the readers with more insights and revelations concerning the characters and their lives. I'm trying to resolve a lot of my loose ends - things that ended up happening the way they did in part because of the unexpected separation which occurred back in the day.

In my original conception of the series, Nathan was never supposed to go into the future - it was part of the argument that precipitated my separation at the time. So it's trying to remain true to the foundation concept of 'X-Men Forever,' which is this is the X-Men as I was hoping to execute it back then…and hopefully I'm doing it now. Mind you, for better or worse, I suspect artistic flourish might lead to a character coming across as older here than was anticipated back in the day, so we'll probably have to explain why Nathan has pulled a "Franklin Richards" and suddenly jumped a couple of years, but there you go - the magic of comic books.

What's interesting, of course, and what makes this fun is that when you start down what seems like the most simple and straight forward of paths, they can often lead you off in directions that you never consciously intended, but which were lurking just off-panel in the collective shadows of your imagination. And when the mix goes from concept to execution, you have to remain aware of these impulses and be ready to at least present them for consideration, to see how others react, and then decide whether or not they're worth playing with. And from there, of course, see what happens next.

CBR: Just as "X-Men Forever" is allowing you to continue with your vision for a book you once worked on, Hunter Lambright is hoping for a continuation of another series that you once penned…

Knowing that you plan your stories for the long run, it seems obvious that you had a lot planned in your Genoshan "Excalibur" series. As an avid fan of that title, is there any hope of you returning to those mysteries that were being set up, or has the door been shut? If so, can you let us in on what some of your plans were?

CC: You mean the abruptly truncated "Excalibur" version three?

We had a really rich tapestry established with the series and we were hoping for at least twenty-four issues - two years, we figured we had that in terms of sales - and that that would be enough time to develop the relationship between Charles and Magneto, and to develop the conflict between what Scott and Emma were doing back in New York and what Charles and Magneto were trying to do in Genosha. And it was me trying to follow through on the original concept I had of Magneto growing/evolving/maturing beyond the psychotic/haunted/tormented villain. I wanted to turn it into a real, almost battle of wills between Xavier and Magneto as to which one was right - which one was the better course as to the future of muntantkind, and the idea of playing it out in Genosha surrounded by twenty million dead mutants - their own version of the Holocaust, which for Magneto has a double-resonance.

It was meant to be a morality play, and ideally the reader would be kept guessing right to the end as to whether Magneto would yield to the better half of his nature and join with Charles, or the reverse might happen - that Charles might decide that another, harsher approach was necessary. But we got shortchanged, and I guess it was felt that "House of M" was more viable - certainly, senior editorial loved that idea more - and that was the way it went. That was that. But the key thing to remember, always, is that nothing actually dies. The series had a fair shot and a final issue that I'm actually proud of, in terms of what I wanted to say about the characters. You play the hand you're dealt, the very best you know how, and you move on.

In a way, the structure of "X-Men Forever" is - from my way of thinking, perhaps - looking back in retrospect, a better way to deal with it. My vision of Magneto is dead, the world he represents - the hope, the horror - is all off the table. It's time for something new. rather than keep repeating the circle over and over again. I mean, after a while, no matter how many different writers try to play through the scenario, one runs the risk of facing the reaction of "been there, done that."

That's part of the reason when we decided to do "X-Men Forever." I made the decision that I didn't want to do the stories that I had talked about doing, like Wolverine being taken over by the Hand and coming back as a master assassin - partly because it had already been done (by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.). From my perspective, it's flogging a dead horse. It's better to move on…and try to come up with something wholly different and ideally - as every writer hopes to - better.

Andre4000 wrote in about a project of yours that recently came to fruition…albeit in another country.

CBR: I've recently seen images posted around the web of the X-Men book you've done with Italian artist Milo Manara - "X-Men: Ragezza In Fuga" - and I had a few questions:

1) How did this project come to be and what is the story about?

CC: The project came to be because Marvel's publisher in Europe - Panini - have a relationship with Manara. They wanted to do an original X-Men piece over there, and they wanted me to write it. Only an idiot turns down a chance to work with someone as gifted as Manara, so I leapt at the chance. The only downside to the entire equation was, because of his incredibly phenomenal work schedule, it took six years to get the book done. It's a standalone one-off story - forty-eight pages of Manara doing what Manara does best, which in this case is taking a half-dozen of the most charismatic and photogenic X-Men and turning them loose. It's quite a lovely story, visually speaking. There are some scenes in it that are just breathtaking.

Essentially, the ladies show up at a house Rogue inherited from Destiny in the Mediterranean for Rogue's birthday. They're celebrating, one thing leads to another, and the next thing you know, they're off to Genosha to rescue Rachel, who's been abducted by appropriately heinous villains who plot all manner of global destruction and annihilation. And in their attempt to save the day, our heroines suddenly find themselves stripped of their powers, so they have to save the day but they have to do it as normal folk.

CBR: 2) Do I need to buy a copy of the Italian book on eBay? Or will a version of the comic be released here in the United States? And if so, when?

Marvel missing a chance to make a couple of bucks? My understanding is that the Italian edition will be out from Panini around the end of the year, although I don't know the specific dates. I don't know their plans for any other European editions, but I believe Marvel has plans for the English language edition in mid-2010. I believe Manara is going to be a guest at San Diego next year, so I would assume it will be sometime in the summer. But ultimately pub-schedules and dates are a Marvel corporate decision.

CBR: 3) Knowing Manara's past works include a lot of "adult" material, will the book need to be censored if it's released in the U.S.?

CC: No censoring needed. Manara knows the rules. We're playing with Marvel toys and the Marvel rules. It's a perfectly respectable story. Good or not is in the eye of the beholder, but there's absolutely nothing in there to be self-conscious about.

CBR: That concludes the emails from our readers, so now it's my turn for this week's "Behind the X" question, which allows the fans to learn a little about you as a fellow non-mutant. So, as long as we're discussing Italy and the Mediterranean, what is your favorite country to visit outside of the United States?

CC: I'd say…one I haven't seen before. There's a whole world out there I'd like to have time and resources to go wandering in. I couldn't chop it down to one at this point. It'd be like choosing a favorite X-Men - every time I'd say one, a reason would come up for me to think, "Well, except for this one…and then there's that one" - too many to choose from.

The cheap answer is Genosha. The second one is, maybe, Madripoor…or the other way around.


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Re: X-Position

Mensagem  leonardobento em Qui Nov 19 2009, 08:03

Comentários:

- Claremont volta a afirmar que X-Men Forever começa assim que acaba X-Men 3 (série de 1991) - entre três dias e uma semana da volta do grupo do Asteroide M.
- As primeiras cinco edições passam no espaço de uma noite e as demais em dois ou três dias. Até a décima edição, com a partida de Scott, passou-se uma semana.
- As edições 11 a 14 passam na outra semana e, a partir da 15, temos o que aconteceu com Ororo.
- Sobre a Jubileu, que aparece rapidamente no funeral do Logan, ele diz que a série precisa se focar em oito personagens principais, então não dá pra explorar todo mundo.
- Os Novos Mutantes ganharão uma mini de cinco edições, chamada New Mutants Forever, que começará cronologicamente no exato ponto em que ele deixou as histórias, a partir da edição 55.
- Em Novos Mutantes Forever,Magneto ainda está vivo e os X-Men não aparecerão - quem aparecerá será Sam, Dani, Doug, Rahne e Amara;
- Na edição 10 de X-Men Forever, vemos o pequeno Nathan sendo cuidado por Corsário no Alaska. Claremont diz que nunca era pra ter havido o envio do Nathan pro futuro. Essa foi uma das decisões editoriais que fizeram com que ele começasse a ter atritos com a Marvel.
- Quanto à série de Excalibur em Genosha (pré-Dinastia M), ele diz que ela foi planejada para durar dois anos, mas acabou endo que ser reduzida, já que Dinastia M deveria começar (outra decisão editorial), mas ele está satisfeito com o que foi construído no relacionamento entre Charles e Magneto.
- Ele também falou sobre o especial que escreveu e o Manara desenhou. As X-Women estão no Mediterrâneo para comemorar o aniversário de Vampira, na casa que ela herdou de Sina. Uma coisa leva à outra e elas acabam indo para Genosha resgatar Rachel. Ele acredita que a Marvel publicará nos EUA essa edição em meados de 2010. Como o Manara deve dar as caras em San Diego (na Comic-Con em julho), o lançamento deve ser no verão. O especial não precisou ser censurado, pois o Manara não extrapolou os limites (nada muito erótico).

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Re: X-Position

Mensagem  leonardobento em Ter Nov 24 2009, 20:02

O X-Position dessa semana é com Matt Fraction, escritor de Uncanny X-Men:

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CBR: Kris starts things off today with a quickie about the quick and the dead:
Will "Uncanny X-Men" be involved with or tie into the "Necrosha" crossover in any way?

MF: Hiyah Kris! Involved with, no doubt; affected by, absolutely (or is that "effected?" - I always mix them up); explicitly crossing over, no. That said...well, "Necrosha" is gonna blow the doors off the joint, and what ripples out of it will be felt for a long time.

CBR: Hunter Lambright sent in a trio of queries covering everything from new nations to crossover craziness.
1) Is "Nation X," as a story-arc, more of a continuous story, or is it a mish-mash of plots and subplots that relate more directly to the new setup on the island? Or is "Utopia" simply the backdrop that drives each of these plots?

MF: Hey there, Hunter. I suppose it's...it's a looser arc in some ways, but it's also eight issues long, so you're really only a third of the way through it as of this past Wednesday, really. There's a core throughline that we start with (who those weird dudes are that grab Scalphunter), what comes next (the Predator X raid), and then gets followed up through issue #521. Then #522 is a kind of coda to the arc and ties up some ends. "Utopia" is very much the backdrop, but - without giving too much away - you'll see as the story unfolds that it's really about how the mutants come together and rally as one.
Actually, here's a little X-POSITION X-clusive: issue #522 is huge. Huge.Retailers? Any retailers reading this? Go maybe a little deeper than normal on #522…

CBR: 2) The Terry Dodson art we saw in a recent X-POSITION revealed a blue-skinned Morlock. Can you confirm or deny that it is, in fact, Loss, as some posters have speculated? If so, kudos for continuity; if not, no worries. Just trying to satiate my curiosity…

MF: Wow, people were speculating about that? That's awesome.

CBR: 3) If I can sneak in a question about "Invincible Iron Man" - how will your book play out in relation to "Siege," especially with the role Donald Blake has in the upcoming arc?

MF: Much like it played out with "Secret Invasion." All the stories fit together but happen offstage from one another. If, for some reason, you're reading one and not the other, you won't be robbed of anything - any explanations, any events - everything will still make sense and stand on its own. But, if you read them both, you get the larger story. So, the answer: independently, but it both will influence and is influenced by "Siege" (if that makes sense).

CBR: Works for me! OrionRyking sent us an email because he needs answers. At least he's got a grin on his face though as he asks his questions…
1) I don't know why, but it makes me smile to see Namor with an X-Symbol on his outfit. That said, is Namor considered an official member of the X-Men, or is he just an on-call ally when the X-Men need additional power?

MF: Hey, thanks for the questions. Um...let's see. I think if you asked the X-Men, they'd say, "Yeah, he's absolutely a member." And I think if you asked him, he'd say, "Hell, no" and do that thing where the eyebrow goes up and he snorts at you.
He's...I mean, he's not exactly what you think of when you think "team player." He's...there. He doesn't do well with orders - which we see in the very near future - and he's got a lot of other concerns. And he has a thing for Emma. The mutants and the Atlanteans are going to get a little intertwined as things move on.

CBR: 2) Providing he survives the current limited series that he's in, is there any chance Toro (the Torch) will join up with the X-Men since he is a mutant?

MF: Ha! That's a fun idea. Namor, Toro, Dr. Nemesis...we've almost got half a new Invaders team together.

CBR: K Herrera has a thought or two about new X-teammates as well. Is it time for a membership drive?
I saw Boom Boom in a recent preview for "Uncanny X-Men" #517. Do you have any plans for her besides cameos? Also - and I'm sure you've gotten this question more than a few times - but are there any plans for Jubilee in ‘Uncanny'?

MF: I don't have any super-explicit plans for her. She still has that weird Ellis smell on her. But it was fun to have her pop up and whoop a little ass for a second. We'll see where things are; I'm working out post-"Second Coming" stuff now, so things are in flux.
Do I have plans for Jubilee? No.
See what I did there?

CBR: Jeremy N sees what you did, and he'll raise you a headbutt and a second thought…
1) Storm has recently butted heads with Emma Frost, and I wanted to know if there will be more of these roundtable feuds?

MF: Jeremy, I think there's a natural friction there that comes from any two strong-minded and strong-willed people getting in a room together - not helped by Emma's natural coldness in her diamond state and Storm's natural distaste for Emma. But going forward, I think those outbursts might be limited to smoldering glances and catty remarks.

CBR: 2) Will there be some X-Men members that are going to have second thoughts about Scott's plans during "Nation X"?

MF: Why, yes. Profoundly. A major player on the team quits in disgust, as a matter of fact.

CBR: As long as someone is quitting, Ben hopes you'll consider looking for new recruits…in outer space.
I find it weird that the X-Men have done nothing to retrieve their teammates that are lost in space. Cyclops knows his brother and daughter are out there trying to kill his other brother, but it seems like nobody cares. Now with Magneto back on the scene, shouldn't they discuss such matters (especially considering Magneto's daughter Polaris is lost in space too)? Or, at least, acknowledge each other's pain?

MF: Hi Ben…wait. Scott has a brother?!?
I kid, I kid.
Um...well, I dunno what you could do about it, really. Aside from get into a spaceship and go after them, y'know? Not that there's not a story to be told there, but I'm much more interested in the sparks that fly from bombarding the X-Men against the people of Earth.
That said, you've made a wonderfully perceptive and prescient remark in the above; to say more would be telling, but your mind and mine work similarly, it would seem.

CBR: Mirage likes the way your mind (and Ben's, I suppose) works and wants to see it keep working. Can you put Mirage's fears to rest?
Will you be sticking around on "Uncanny X-Men" post-"Second Coming"?

MF: As far as I know. Why, what have you heard?

CBR: Let's move on. But as long as we're on the topic of "Second Coming," Nelson B had a thought:
With all that is coming up, how will Cyclops react when he see a grown-up Hope, especially since she seems so much like Jean - the love of his life? Will this somehow cause a change in the "leader" of the mutants?

MF: Well, I mean, she's a teenage girl when she comes back. She's a kid - age 16 or 17, something like that. Hardly a grown-up. Unless you're one of those perverted freakazoids that have ruined the internet for everyone, in which case I got nothin' for you.
To me, Emma is the love of Scott's life. Jean was the great love of his youth, but to become a man, he needed to move on and he has. He's not biding time until the next foxy redhead comes along. If Jean were alive, I suspect they'd no longer be romantically connected but still very deep and very sincere friends.
His concerns with Hope, when he sees her, aren't going to be romantic but rather - "Okay, kid, I put it all on the line for you, people have fought and died for you. How about saving our asses right now?"

CBR: Joshua Hetherington sent in a few questions along the same line. He's wondering whose asses will need saving, and who they'll need to be saved from?
1) Do these "predators" (which Scalphunter is delivering for this new X-enemy) have a connection to Predator X? You know, the mutant-eating, Messiah-chasing monster that killed everyone's favorite mutant Peepers?

MF: PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPERRRRRRRRRRRRRRSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!
Yes. Yes indeed, these are genetically and cybernetically modified Predator X clones. And they're hungry. And angry. And never flying Southwest again...

CBR: 2) If Pixie's going to continue playing such a central role in the book, can you please have an issue dedicated to a Magik vs. Pixie smackdown? Pretty please?

MF: Hah. Maybe Zeb (writer of "New Mutants") and I can co-write a four-issue "Pixie/Magik: Foxy Boxing" miniseries.

CBR: 3) Any word on which characters will be playing a central role in "Second Coming"? And, please, don't say "everyone." The fans (myself included) want details!

MF: Cable, Hope, and Scott. In the biggest, most profound way.
This is it, man - the story that's been building since "Messiah CompleX." Literally, the entire future of the mutant race hangs in the balance. The girl is back. Was Scott right all this time? Does Cable look at her like a mission, or his own daughter? What does she do? What does she mean? And what if someone was just waiting for her return to destroy the future and the present if it means ridding humanity of mutantkind once and for all? What if people start dying? And not the "Peepers" of the X-Men world either, I mean - what if people you know and love start dying on Scott's gamble?
What if Scott was wrong?
What if...what if Hope was just a teenage girl?

CBR: That is an excellent question - but we don't want to leave things on a question, right? So now it's my turn for some fun with this week's "Behind the X" question, which lets us learn a little about the man behind the mutants. As you're a writer who has been known to reference music in his works, what was the first music/rock band concert you ever went to, and what is your fondest memory of the experience?

MF: There's two answers to this question. The first time I saw a band playing was at a...like, "River Fest" or something, and the Beach Boys were playing. That said, it was the Mike Love "Kokomo"-era juggernaut, and I wasn't a fan. I do remember watching John Stamos drum and thinking, "Well, there's John Stamos."
My mom liked him on the soap opera he was on, whatever it was. I was...well, bored. And that stupid "Kokomo" song had been in my head, like all of America's head, for like six months at that point, and I couldn't stand it. I think I listened to "Help Me, Rhonda," and went back to the rides.
The first time I paid money for a ticket and all that, was to see Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Aerosmith on the "Pump" tour. Watching Joan Jett absolutely destroy was amazing. Steven Tyler does that crazy guy shit on stage nonstop - save for sitting during "Dream On" - for three hours straight, and it was astonishing to see an old man move that hard, that long.
I saw what a coke dealer looked like for the first time. That really resonated with me. He was still wearing a blazer like Don Johnson in "Miami Vice" - sleeves rolled up. I watched him zip and zag around the section we were in, dealing to hicks in t-shirts. And he did this thing where, instead of throwing horns, he'd put his hands up in the air, palms out, fingers splayed, hands shaking - like a ref calling a touchdown and doing jazz hands. Every time the stage lights went bright, he'd really rattle 'em. So when I think back to the show, I think of Joan Jett bellowing "Bad Reputation," Steven Tyler spinning upside down on a pole, and this coke dealer's jazz hands three rows in front of me.

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Mensagem  leonardobento em Ter Nov 24 2009, 20:35

Segue o resumo da entrevista:

- Uncanny está envolvido com Necrosha, mas não de forma explicíta – ou seja, não há histórias dentro do crossover. Contudo, as conseqüências de Necrosha não se limitarão às suas séries e serão sentidas por um bom tempo.

- Nation X é um arco não muito compacto, mas que se desenvolve por oito edições, ou seja, segue uma continuidade que vai desde os malucos que pegaram o Caçador de Escalpos, passa pelo ataque dos Predadores X e vai até a edição 521. A edição 522 une as pontas finais do arco. É claro que a ilha Utopia está por detrás do contexto do arco, mas o essencial é como os mutantes se juntam e precisam viver daqui para frente como um só, em comunidade, isto é, um dependendo do outro.

- A edição 522 será maior – especial – então ele sugere que os donos de comic shops façam pedidos maiores do que o normal para essa edição.

- Perguntado se a Morlock de pele azul que apareceu recentemente em algumas imagens do Dodson seria a Loss (não sei a tradução do nome dela no Brasil - http://www.uncannyxmen.net/glossary/showentry.asp?fldAuto=1458), ele não deu a resposta.

- Ele também escreve o Invencível Homem-de-Ferro. A interação da história com Siege será na forma de tie-in mesmo. Se alguém só acompanha uma série específica, conseguirá compreendê-la, mesmo sem ler os outros tie-ins. Contudo, mesmo independentes, as histórias influenciarão e são influenciadas por Siege.

- Namor é visto pelos X-Men como um membro, mas o próprio não se vê assim, por não ser alguém que trabalha em equipe e que siga ordens. Isso terá reflexos futuros. Além disso, ele também tem uma queda por Emma. O destino dos mutantes e do povo atlante continuará se autoinfluenciando com o passar do tempo.

- Perguntado se Toro, o Centelha, poderia se juntar aos X-Men, já que é um mutante e está tendo uma nova série nos EUA, Fraction disse que seria interessante – Namor, Toro e Dr. Nêmesis juntos novamente, seria como se tivéssemos a metade dos Invasores.

- Não há grandes planos para a Dinamite/Fusão, mesmo que ela apareça no preview de UXM 517. Ela ainda está impregnada com os toques do Ellis (ele a escreveu na série Nova Onda), mas é bom tê-la aparecendo de vez em quando. No momento, Fraction está cuidando do pós-Second Coming, então pode ser que tenhamos alguma coisa. Ele também não tem planos de usar Jubileu em Uncanny.

- Quanto aos momentos de rusgas entre Tempestade e Emma, ele acha que isso não levará a nada sério e se manterá apenas nessas trocas de “gentilezas”.

- Um importante personagem (chuto que é o Fera, pelas suas recentes reações) terá pensamentos dúbios quanto aos planos de Scott durante Nation X.

- Destrutor está no espaço com os Piratas Siderais e os X-Men não fizeram nada para encontrá-los, mesmo não tendo notícias deles. Não há muito o que eles possam fazer, além de pegar uma nave e ir atrás do grupo. Contudo, ele garantiu que veremos algo sobre isso ainda em sua passagem pelo título.

- Como dito antes, ele continuará no título após Second Coming.

- Com a volta de Hope já crescida, mas ainda adolescente (16/17 anos), não esperem que o Ciclope tenha alguma reação do tipo apaixonada, por ela ser parecida com a Jean. Fraction acha que Emma é o amor da vida do Scott. Jean foi o amor de juventude, mas depois que se tornou homem, ele precisava ir além disso e foi. Se Jean estivesse viva, ele acha que ambos não estariam mais juntos, mas continuariam sendo grandes amigos. Quanto ao que ele pensa de Hope, a reação dele será mais do tipo – “nós arriscamos nossas vidas por você, que tal você nos salvar agora?”

- Esses novos predadores X são clones modificados geneticamente do Predador X original. Eles estão famintos e cheios de raiva. E não voarão para o Sudoeste novamente.

- Ele brincou que talvez ele e Zeb Wells (de Novos Mutantes) poderiam fazer uma mini em quarto edições em que Fada e Magia se enfrentassem.

- Os papéis centrais de Second Coming estão nas mãos de Cable, Hope e Scott. A história está sendo construída desde Complexo de Messias e o destino dos mutantes está em jogo. A garota está de volta e as perguntas surgem: Scott esteve certo todo esse tempo? Cable a vê como sua missão ou como sua filha? O que ela faz (poderes)? O que ela significa (qual é a importância da Messias)? E se alguém estivesse apenas esperando pelo retorno dela para destruir o futuro e o presente, se isso significa livrar a humanidade dos mutantes de uma vez por todas? E se as pessoas começarem a morrer? E se pessoas que gostamos começarem a morrer dentro desse jogo do Scott? E se o Scott estivesse errado? E se Hope for apenas uma adolescente?

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Mensagem  Bolivartrask em Ter Nov 24 2009, 21:45

repare que Fraction mesmo criando tantas perguntas no fim nao perguntou "e se Hope for o que bishop tanto temia?"
Ou seja: Hope é o que Bishop tanto temia.

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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Nov 25 2009, 07:34

Bolivartrask escreveu:repare que Fraction mesmo criando tantas perguntas no fim nao perguntou "e se Hope for o que bishop tanto temia?"
Ou seja: Hope é o que Bishop tanto temia.

Eu prefiro esperar antes de concluir isso.

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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Nov 25 2009, 18:08

Reportagem com Way e Liu a respeito do Daken:

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WAY AND LIU ARE ROCKIN' WITH DAKEN

When he was on trial for heresy and corrupting the youth of ancient Athens, the Greek philosopher Socrates said, "The unexamined life is not worth living." Some residents of the Marvel Universe would disagree with that notion, especially Daken Akihiro, title character of "Dark Wolverine" and the son of the X-Men and Avenger known as Wolverine. Daken believes he knows exactly who he is and that he’s the best possible person he can be. In the months ahead, though, Daken will be forced to confront some of the ugly truths about himself. "Dark Wolverine" #80 is in stores today and CBR News spoke with writers Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu about their plans for the series, including a tie-in to the January Marvel event "Siege."

Before he was even born, Wolverine’s enemy Romulus murdered Daken’s mother and removed him from her womb. Daken was raised by Romulus to be the ultimate assassin and hate his father. In the 2008 "Wolverine: Origins" storyline "Original Sin," Daken discovered the truth about what happened to his mother and decided to kill Romulus. That doesn’t mean he reunited with his father or became a hero, though. Daken is still a remorseless, manipulative, ego-maniacal killer, which lead to Norman Osborn viewing him as the perfect recruit for his Dark Avengers team. Daken accepted the offer and now impersonates Wolverine on the Dark Avengers.

Osborn’s "Dark Reign" is predicated on public perception. His Avengers team is secretly composed of violent killers and psychopaths, but the public believes them to be heroes; Osborn needs them to believe that they’re heroes. So when video footage of Daken as Wolverine surfaces showing him slaughtering some masked assailants in front of a grandmother and her grandson, the former Green Goblin has to act fast. He sets up a heroic moment for Daken and arranges for him to confront several D-list villains: Emmy Doolan, Cutthroat, the Inquisitor, and Moses Magnum.

In "Dark Wolverine" #79, Daken was suppose to have a "heroic" style battle with the villains which would end with him arresting them instead of killing them. Much to his surprise and chagrin--he lost. "Daken is not practiced as a hero. He’s very good at killing people, manipulating them, and several other unheroic things, so he assumed that being a hero would be easy," Daniel Way told CBR News. "So in this instance it was a matter of ego getting in the way of ability. He didn’t mean to lose the fight and you’ll see now that he’s working out a way to use it to his advantage."

One of the villains that beat Daken in issue #79 was a woman, but her sex isn’t what’s important to Daken. "All that matters to him is that he got an ass whooping," Marjorie Liu said. "It’s not easy to get over the psychological damage from that. The vision he had in issue #79 of his dad mocking him means that there‘s a lot going on under the surface that even he doesn’t want to admit. This defeat is eating away at him."

Way added, "I also think the fact that Norman Osborn is aware of what happened adds fuel to the fire. The fact that anyone knows about it is unbalancing, but the only person he holds in more contempt than Osborn is his father. Daken considers Osborn an utter moron; so for Osborn to be in a position where he can hold this over Daken’s head puts a lot of pressure on him. And when you put a lot of pressure on a dangerous and unbalanced individual like Daken things are going to get really ugly."

Issue #80 is the concluding chapter of the current "Dark Wolverine" arc and it finds Daken boiling over with rage and frustration from his loss in the previous issue. "In doing what they’ve done, both this team of D-List villains and Osborn have really pushed Daken into a dangerous space. He’s now defending himself and in his mind his self is very large. So his defense amounts to a full frontal assault," Way said. "It’s a scorched Earth policy as far as he’s concerned. Everyone is expendable. They’ve embarrassed him. They’ve made him look inward and he can’t stand that. So now there’s no question in his mind that everyone needs to pay the maximum price."

Liu added, "In a way that aspect of his character is very much like a spoiled and over-indulged little boy. He had a tough childhood and was raised in a particular way, but the importance he puts on his pride and ego is so incredibly selfish that it’s immature."

The sheer force of Daken’s animosity means the events of "Dark Wolverine" #80 won’t end well for anyone involved. "In issue #80 you see it all. You see an act of heroism, but the way it occurs will force readers to ask themselves what a hero is," Way said. "Is someone a hero because of something they do? Or something they are? Do heroes always do the right thing? And can a character like Daken, who is gleefully evil, do something heroic?"

In December, Way and Liu offer up a done-in-one tale that pits Daken’s ego against the ego of one of his teammates on the Dark Avengers, Moonstone. "The Moonstone story is actually kind of an accident," Liu revealed. "It was never meant to be its own thing. It was meant more to be just a look here and there. The story ended up being bigger though."

Way added, "It started right in our first issue and then a couple of issues later Marjorie and I realized that it’s something that had to be paid off. You have to see where the relationship between Daken and Moonstone goes. And even though we only spend about half the time with Daken, issue #81 is a good jumping on point for new readers. You get the full picture in those 11 pages.

"Daken is a character that draws you in by design, and the story is compelling because you’ve got Moonstone looking for something in Daken. And at the very end she has to question herself and ask if she was looking for a lie," Way continued. "Because she actually gets a glimpse of what Daken really is . . ."

In January, the Marvel universe event "Siege" begins, and Daken’s membership in the Dark Avengers means he’ll be right in the middle of the action. Way and Liu will supplement Daken’s role in the saga with a three part tie-in story that kicks off in "Dark Wolverine" #82. "This story started out as a couple of lines Marjorie wrote down in an email and then when I talked with our editor Jeanine Schaefer about it over the phone, the story really started to take shape," Way told CBR. "So I called Marjorie back and told her that our Asgard story was good to go. It’s a pretty insane story and there’s going to be some great visuals because most of the story takes place in Daken’s head. It’s a mixture of Daken’s head, Asgard, and some very strange psychotic elements."

Traveling to Asgard, the fabled realm of the Norse Gods, would make most men nervous and a little scared, but Daken is not like most men. "I would say with this story he finally feels that he’s in the company he’s supposed to be keeping. The story is called ‘Godlike’ and that’s pretty much how Daken looks at himself," Way said. "He probably thinks he’s got a lot more in common with the Asgardians than other mutants or humans. The idea of going to a realm that has gods and does deify people is very appealing to Daken."

Daken will enter Asgard looking for anything that can help him advance his larger agenda of becoming a powerful master manipulator like Romulus, the person who raised him. What he finds, though, are forces looking to use and possibly change him. "There are elements in Asgard that see Daken as something they can use to further their own agenda," Way hinted. "And Daken is going to have a chance to look at the future that he's always wanted and make a choice whether to move toward it or away from it."

Way and Liu had to keep the identities of the supporting characters in Daken's Asgardian adventure secret for now. "It's hard to talk about these issues," Liu said. "There's a lot that goes on in them."

"A prominent Norse character plays a supporting role," Way hinted.

"And it's not Loki, we can say that much."

The next few issues of "Dark Wolverine" will feature two different artists. Stephen Segovia finishes up his stint on the book with this week's issue #80 and then regular artist Giuseppe Camuncoli returns for the Moonstone issue and the "Siege" tie-in arc. Way and Liu enjoy collaborating with both artists and feel each one brings something different to the book. "Stephen has an explosive style that's really good for action based stories," Liu said. "And Cammo [Camuncoli] is fantastic when it comes to stories that have a lot of subtle elements, like issue #81."

When "Siege" concludes in Spring 2010, the Marvel Universe will be a very different place, but Daken will still be an important part of it.

"After 'Siege,' 'Dark Wolverine' will loop back into 'Wolverine: Origins'. The final story arc of 'Origins' will be a crossover with 'Dark Wolverine' titled 'Reckoning,'" Way said. "We definitely want this series to continue. Marvel is really happy with it, fans seem to dig it, and we love writing it. So 'Siege' isn't the end of Daken's story. If anything it marks the beginning of the next chapter in his life."


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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Nov 25 2009, 20:25

Daken é um personagem que considera saber quem ele é e o que é capaz de fazer, mas com o arco iniciado em Dark Wolverine 79, ele percebe que será exposto a situações que o farão rever essas certezas.

Daken foi retirado do útero de sua mãe e foi criado por Romulus, mesmo homem que assassinou sua progenitora. Em sua criação, o rapaz foi transformado em uma verdadeira máquina assassina. Daken descobriu tudo isso durante o crossover Pecado Original, publicado ano passado e que terá sua conclusão esse mês aqui no Brasil. Ele está em busca de vingança contra Romulus, mas nem por isso se unirá ao seu pai nessa empreitada. Ele continua um homem sem remorso, manipulador, frio e calculista: isto é, uma arma perfeita para os Vingadores Sombrios de Norman Osborn.

O grupo de Osborn é formado por grandes vilões, mas que, fantasiados de heróis, são vistos ao olhos do público como mocinhos. Contudo, um vídeo em que Daken aparece matando alguns bandidos em frente a uma avó e seu neto surge, a farsa precisa ser mantida. Nesse último arco de Dark Wolverine, Osborn envia Daken numa caçada contra alguns malfeitores, tudo isso filmado por equipes de TV. Contudo, as coisas saem errado e Wolverine (Daken) perde a batalha: ele não sabe ser um herói.

Na edição 80, que conclui o breve arco, vemos, porém, como Daken lidará com a raiva e a frustração de ter perdido sua batalha anterior. Por seus traumas de infância, já sabemos de antemão que as coisas não poderão acabar bem, quando ele resolve lidar com isso. Como será que alguém como Daken pode agir de forma heróica?

A questão do ego continuará movimentando as histórias de Dark Wolverine. Na próxima edição, em dezembro, já com arte de Giuseppe Camuncoli, veremos um choque de egos entre Daken e Rocha Lunar. Será uma ótima edição para acompanharmos para onde vai a história entre ambos os personagens e também para aqueles que forem começar agora a acompanhar as aventuras do filho de Logan.

Em janeiro, é a vez de começar o tie-in de Siege. Estando entre os Vingadores de Osborn, era natural que ele se envolvesse no evento. A maior parte da história se passará dentro da cabeça de Daken, então podemos esperar algo bem psicótico. Viajar para um lugar mítico e assustadr como Asgard leva qualquer homem a ficar nervoso e com um pouco de medo. Será uma história de como ele se vê, notando que tem muito mais semelhanças com os asgardianos do que com homens e mutantes. Ir para um lugar que diviniza as pessoas é uma idéia muito interessante para ele. Seu objetivo nessa ida a Asgard é buscar respostas que o façam se tornar um grande mestre manipulador como é Romulus. O que ele encontra são forças que querem usá-lo e possivelmente mudá-lo. Os autores, porém, não revelam quem são os personagens que aparecerão nesse tie-in.

Depois das histórias relacionadas a Siege, é a vez de termos um crossover entre Dark Wolverine e Wolverine:Origins, chamado Reckoning. Esse cross marca o final da série Origins. O fim de Dark Reign, Siege, não será o fim do Dark Wolverine. Será sim um começo de sua nova vida e é isso que veremos em Reckoning (algo como Juízo Final ou Acerto de Contas).

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Mensagem  Piotr em Qui Nov 26 2009, 11:39

Se Hope for a Rachel será melhor
e se ela matar bilhões como disse Bishop, venderá muito os Xmen no desenrolar da situação, então ´pe bem capaz dela matar bilhões*o*
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Ter Dez 01 2009, 19:38

X-Position com Mike Carey:

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“Legacy," by its own definition, is a word with one foot in the past and one in the present. It describes something of an earlier time that is still relevant in the here and now. As such, the word is perfectly suited to serve as part of the title for the comic written by Mike Carey – "X-Men: Legacy."
Currently, the Marvel Comics book revolves around the character of Rogue. This is someone who began as an enemy to the X-Men, joined the team in order to get help with controlling her powers, and then, surprisingly, became one of the biggest proponents of Xavier's dream for mutantkind. Presently, she is taking all that she's learned and experienced and is sharing it with a new generation of homo superiors that have been placed under her charge by Cyclops. The dream, it seems, goes on…
As for you X-readers, well, you probably dream of getting some answers to those burning questions you have about Carey's book. Luckily, X-POSITION is here and eager to help! We've sifted through all your emails, reached out to the astonishing Mike Carey, and doled out your queries in big scoops. Let's see if he has an even bigger scoop he can share with us in return.

CBR: Uncanny Madman kicks off our post-Thanksgiving fun by letting us know what he was grateful for this past Thursday before getting to his questions:
First, I want to say that I'm absolutely loving your work on "X-Men Legacy"! You seem to find every character's voice effortlessly and your stories are refreshing and exciting, yet you still retain the essential elements of nostalgia with regards to the best parts of X-continuity. I haven't enjoyed X-Men stories this much since the 90's animated show which first got me into these mad mutants!

MC: Thanks, Madman. There's a sense in which you're spoiled for choice in the X-verse. Whenever you have to think about who would be a cool character for a particular scene or arc, there are usually two or three who'd all be great in different ways…

CBR: Here are my questions:
1) Jubilee is slated to return to the X-Men soon. Is there any chance that she may appear in "X-Men: Legacy?" She has had previous interaction with Rogue and is of an age where she is between student and graduate – she could bridge the gap perfectly!

MC: I think that would be a lot of fun to do. No concrete plans, but every chance.

CBR: 2) Jubilee was also bought back to life by Archangel's Apocalypse-tainted blood. With the recent revelations that Chamber is some kind of descendant of Apocalypse – and since he, Jubilee and Husk were all on Generation X together – it seems that there is a story just waiting to be told that would tie in nicely with everything you have going on in "Legacy." What do you think?

MC) I think you're right! When you consider how far Apocalypse's influence spreads through the X-Men and beyond, and then you look at the recent indications of how deeply he's got his hooks into some of the X-Men's prime movers, it's clear that there's something huge looming. The links you mention are all definitely relevant and in play.

CBR: Joshua Hetherington is pretty much an X-POSITION regular by now, always sending in some thought-provoking emails. Let's see what he's got for us this week…
1) Thank you so much for bringing Husk back! Any chance of seeing her appear in "X-Men: Legacy" beyond "Necrosha?" Like in "X-Men: Second Coming?" Or even becoming a core part of Legacy's cast? I know you're a fan of her, and you're really good at capturing the character as seen in "X-Men: Divided We Stand," so can we possibly get more Husk in the future? I always wished that she was in "Messiah CompleX" fighting with the X-Men. Also Rogue and Husk are both from the south, and that could be a good reason to promote Paige to main or supporting cast. Please?

MC: Paige is one of the characters I really enjoy writing, Joshua, so she'll tend to come into the mix every so often when I'm in the luxurious position of assembling a team. I think, as you do, that she should be a front-liner. She has a great, versatile, unpredictable power that could be built on in lots of cool ways. I think that's going to get her into the core cast sooner or later – especially now that Sam is back in New Mutants.

CBR: 2) Destiny wanted to see her daughter in "Necrosha" #1, so why did she appear to Blindfold? Could Blindfold share more with Destiny than similar powers? Like…genetics?

MC: Interesting question. Someone answers it in "Legacy" #233.

CBR: 3) In "Necrosha" #1, Destiny tells Blindfold a message that shocks Ruth, and then Warpath tells her to get out. Then in "X-Force" #21, she says she has a message for Cyclops, and at the end, he sees the mutant population rising into the millions. Are all these two things connected?

MC: They're connected, but not in a cause-and-effect way. Blindfold's message relates to a specific part of Selene's plan. The rise in the mutant population ties in separately, but very directly.

CBR: 4) In theory, wouldn't Rogue be able to permanently absorb the powers of her respective teammates now that she has full control of her ability?

MC: At the moment, the increased control relates to how deeply she "samples" and whether she activates her power at all. But you're right that that can't be the whole story: we're seeing Rogue's powers develop into their mature form for the first time ever.

CBR: 5) For the student cast of "X-Men: Legacy," it seems you're shying away from using "New X-Men" members like Surge, Hellion, Mercury and Dust in favor of characters that don't get utilized much – like Bling, Indra and Trance. Would this be an accurate assumption? And if so, why? Who else can we expect to see coming up? Maybe Cipher or Greymalkin from "Young X-Men?"

MC: I admit I was keen to turn the spotlight on some of the characters who'd seen least screentime in recent months; it just seemed to make sense to do that, especially since these were all characters who I was interested in writing and whose powers and personalities I wanted to explore. But they're all up for grabs, and I want to keep adding new characters into the mix. Dust is a fantastic character, and I'm definitely aiming to bring her in at some point. Anole, likewise. And I'd also like to take a look at Onyxx, and see if he can become more than just Rockslide-lite.

CBR: Mugiwara enjoys looking at the potential of various characters as well and points out one in need of attention (in their humble opinion):
Prodigy was appointed as a substitute instructor by Cyclops just before "Messiah CompleX." Will he still play this role and help Rogue handle the other X-Kids?

MC: I think a lot of those job descriptions have become problematic because of all the moves and upheavals, Mugiwara, but David's insights will always be useful – and Rogue is too smart not to call on him.

CBR: Maybe Psylocke should call on David too. That way, she could get an answer to the following query sent in by Saul Veenstra…
I have a very specific question about Psylocke's powers. I know she now is both a telepath and a telekinetic, and that Jamie Braddock enhanced Psylocke's telekinesis to a level even Rachel Summers could not match. He also made her immune to reality-warpers like Proteus, telepaths like the Shadowking, and highly resistant to magic. However, since her return and body-switch at the hands of "the Red Queen," this no longer seems to be the case.
In "Uncanny X-Men" #512, she even seemed to be unable to fly as Angel had to fly her into the Sentinel. For a telekinetic who was supposed to be able to "shatter mountains," she should have been easily able to deal with this primitive Sentinel on her own. Have Jamie's manipulations been undone (or have worn off) by the Red Queen? Or does this mean that Jamie lost his fight to the First Fallen?

MC: I'll chime in here, Mike. Hi! X-Editor Nick Lowe, here! Your assumptions are correct, Saul. She didn't come back the same way that you last saw her. The way I look at it, she's got the same amount of power, but it's spread in different ways, between the telepathy and the telekinesis. Her TK is a lot more limited than it was, but it's still there, as you'll see in X-MEN: LEGACY #231.

CBR: Saul, you may also want to check out the "Psylocke" limited series currently on the stands written by Christopher Yost. It reviews her past, present, and other Psylocke-ological aspects of her powers and personality. Okay, X-plug over. Hunter Lambright is next, and he's a bit foggy about the appearance of a recent character. Can you clear things up for him? How does your "Necrosha" Proteus story work in light of the "House of M" Proteus resurrection? Are you working on the theory that the "House of M" Proteus was an alternate version?

MC: That's how I see it, Hunter. But there's something about the way Proteus is resurrected in our story that would also allow them to be two aspects of the same being. It's hard to discuss this without spoilers, but you'll see what I mean when you read issue #231.

CBR: While you've had many mutants under your pen lately, there is one in particular that Colin would like to see you write soon.
You've mentioned in the past that you wanted to use Stryfe in "Messiah CompleX" but couldn't. Now that the character is "out of the penalty box" and will be appearing with Apocalypse for "Second Coming," will you get your chance? And do you have any hints as to what his role will be now that Stryfe knows who Hope is?

MC: I don't know where you're getting your information from, Colin, but… short answer, no. I won't be getting to write Stryfe in "Second Coming." The big bad in "Second Coming" is someone else entirely.

CBR: Fi sent in some thoughts on Gambit's status and Rogue's past romantic entanglements. Do you have a notion or two you'd like to offer in return?
1) We haven't seen too many specifics about how Death-Gambit's returned powers or mentality work? Will this be answered anytime soon? And is this something he's going to hide from the X-Men, or will he be seeking help from more unconventional sources? Cyclops, Angel and Wolverine all have firsthand experience with this stuff, and Rogue is no stranger to malign possession herself.

MC: Very good points, Fi. So far, at least, Remy seems to be keeping the whole situation very much to himself. I think he's still trying to come to terms with its implications himself, as the close of #230 will show…

CBR: 2) Will Gambit's (stupid, awful, out-of-character) reasons for joining Apocalypse ever be revisited? He did seem to be getting a certain amount of info on the future from Mystique during "Messiah CompleX"…

MC: I think his reasons – however misguided – were as stated, Fi. There may be things we don't know, but I don't have any major revelations in store in that respect.

CBR: 3) The whole Magneto/Rogue "relationship" always seemed faintly unhealthy to me; like Rogue was confusing her gratitude to him for freeing her of Carol with something more profound. Almost as if, having no father figure herself, she was very impressed by a strong, older man. To me – as a fellow young woman – she always looked naive, silly and impressionable when they had their little moments. Is the interaction between these two something we can expect to see more of? Is there any way to see Rogue in a better light with regards to this relationship?

MC: We will definitely see more of it. And we'll see a different angle on it, in some important ways.
Your analysis of Rogue's motivations is an interesting and convincing one. I think I'd agree that – because of what Magneto had just done for her – Rogue was in no position to see him clearly and objectively. When he killed Zaladane shortly afterwards, she re-assessed her feelings and backed off.
But that still leaves the sense of a sort of chemistry between them: a mutual interest that might be revisited. Bear in mind, though, that they're both older now, and Rogue in particular has both toughened and matured in recent years. If she was naïve during that particular encounter, now she's anything but.

CBR: In addition to a fondness for your first name, "Mike" wanted to know where 'Legacy' fits with respect to the X-books – past, present, and future…
Not a criticism, but it feels like "X-Men: Legacy" has been stuck as a tie-in book ever since you finished your Xavier story. On one hand, I find that great. It extends a lot of stories with other characters, and at the same time, your book is doing its own thing. I was wondering, though, if this trend is going to continue or are there plans for you to take the book in a direction that seems more independent of the other X-books?

MC: There's always a cyclical aspect to these things, Mike. At the moment, there's a huge convergence towards "Second Coming," with "Utopia" and "Necrosha" as important stages on that pilgrimage. Afterwards, as with "Messiah CompleX," you can expect the books to fall into a new configuration and to follow their own paths for a while. It's like big bang – big crunch – big bang…

CBR: Sounds…combustible! That concludes the letters from this week's email bag, so now it's my turn for a "Behind the X" question, which is my attempt at a little "getting to know you"-type fun. Mike, in addition to the fantastic work you're doing on "X-Men: Legacy," you're also writing another comic I greatly enjoy – "The Unwritten." This book is about a young man who may or may not be a fictional character made flesh (on top of the other plot points you're juggling with this tale). As a continuation of this idea, my question is this: if you could have dinner with any fictional literary character (non-comic related), who would it be, what would the meal be, and why?

MC: I'd probably have dinner with Jay Gatsby, over at his place in West Egg. I'd love to experience one of those incredible hedonistic banquets instead of just reading about how cool they were.


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Mensagem  leonardobento em Ter Dez 01 2009, 20:18

Resumindo a entrevista:

Não há planos concretos para a Jubileu – que tem uma idade entre a de uma estudante e a de uma professora - em Legacy, mas sempre há uma chance e Carey acha que seria divertido trabalhar com ela.

Jubileu também foi renascida com o sangue de Arcanjo (que tem sangue de Apocalypse). Com as recentes revelações de que Câmara é descendente de Apocalypse e a Escalpo está por aí, um leitor sugeriu que tivéssemos alguma história sobre a Geração X, pois a proposta é parecida com a de Legacy. O autor gostou da idéia e realmente a influência de Apocalypse aparece cada vez mais e algo grande envolvendo esse vilão pode estar a caminho, e essas ligações com os personagens de Geração X são definitivamente relevantes.

Quanto à Paige (Escalpo), é uma das personagens prediletas de Carey e provavelmente fará parte de uma equipe, caso ele tenha a oportunidade de montar um novo esquadrão de X-Men. Ela é alguém do pelotão de frente – com um poder imprevisível e versátil que poderia ser construído de infinitas maneiras, o que fará com que ela se torne parte do elenco da série mais cedo ou mais tarde, ainda mais agora que o Sam está de volta aos Novos Mutantes.

Em Necrosha #1, tivemos a Sina querendo encontrar sua filha, mas aparecendo para Olhos-Vendados, o que levantou a questão de alguma ligação entre as duas. A resposta para isso estará em Legacy #233, que faz parte do cross. Ainda sobre a Ruth, ficamos sabendo que a mensagem passada por Sina e que Olhos-Vendados precisa falar para Ciclope tem relação com o aumento exponencial no número de mutantes em Genosha, mas não uma relação de causa e efeito. A mensagem de Ruth tem a ver com uma parte específica do plano de Selene, não necessariamente o aumento da população mutante.

Depois de observarmos Vampira usando seu poder de forma peculiar em Uncanny, a pergunta sobre o controle de seu poder veio à tona. Carey diz que agora ela tem total controle e isso significa que ela pode escolher quando e como utilizá-lo.

A respeito dos Novos X-Men usados em Legacy – Carey parece não estar explorando os tradicionais, como Faísca, Satânico e Mercury, mas sim alguns mais desconhecidos, como Bling, Indra e Astral, o autor disseque realmente preferiu aqueles que não tinham tanta exposição, de forma a poder explorá-los e desenvolver seus poderes e personalidades. Contudo, ele não quer se limitar e sempre poder utilizar outros personagens interessantes, como Pó, Anole e Onyxx (para ver se ele consegue ser diferente do Pedreira). Quanto ao Prodígio, ele continuará exercendo algum papel na ajuda a instruir seus colegas e Vampira vai se aproveitar disso.

I have a very specific question about Psylocke's powers. I know she now is both a telepath and a telekinetic, and that Jamie Braddock enhanced Psylocke's telekinesis to a level even Rachel Summers could not match. He also made her immune to reality-warpers like Proteus, telepaths like the Shadowking, and highly resistant to magic. However, since her return and body-switch at the hands of "the Red Queen," this no longer seems to be the case.

Carey foi perguntado também sobre a Psylocke, que teve seus poderes telecinéticos ampliados por Jamie Braddock e que é imune a ataques telepáticos, mas que não tem ganhado a devida atenção desde o arco da Rainha Vermelha em Uncanny. Em Uncanny 512, foi mostrado que ela precisou da ajuda do Anjo para voar, mas uma telecinética de seu porte seria capaz de destruir um sentinela por conta própria. Carey respondeu que realmente ela não voltou da mesma forma que era antes. Ela tem a mesma quantidade de poder, mas ele está dividido entre a telepatia e a telecinese, de modo que a primeira está mais limitada. Contudo, ela ainda é uma telecinética e isso será mostrado em Legacy #231.

Um dos leitores lembrou que agora em Necrosha teremos a presença de Proteus e que o personagem foi ressuscitado em Dinastia M – vide Exilados. Carey vê o Proteus de Dinastia M como vindo de uma realidade alternativa, mas há algo no Proteus ressurgido em Necrosha que permitirá que ambos sejam dois lados da mesma moeda – para isso, leiamos Legacy #231.
Carey havia mencionado anteriormente que gostaria de usar Conflyto em Complexo de Messias, mas que não pôde. Um leitor pergunta se, agora que o personagem está de volta e aparecerá em Second Coming, juntamente com Apocalypse, o Carey poderá escrevê-lo. O autor diz que a informação está errada. Ele não escreverá Conflyto (ele nem deve aparecer na saga) e que o grande vilão da saga será outro.

Gambit é um dos personagens que ganham destaque em Legacy. Ele deve manter escondida a influência que sua psique de Cavaleiro do Apocalypse (Morte) exercer sobre si próprio e tentará resolver essa situação de uma vez por todas, como poderemos ver ao final de Legacy #230. Carey também não pretende explorar mais as razões que o fizeram se unira Apocalypse anteriormente.

Gambit também ganhará mais um problema: agora com Magneto na ilha, o Mestre do Magnetismo terá um pouco mais de sua relação com Vampira explorada, de maneira diferente ao que já foi no passado. Há uma espécie de química entre eles, desde seu encontro na Terra Selvagem (quando Vampira finalmente se separou de Carol Denvers), e agora ela está muito mais madura e nada ingênua.

Para completer, ele falou da posição de Legacy dentro do universo mutante. No momento, a revista tende a convergir rumo a Second Coming, tendo duas fases correlatas pelo caminho – Utopia e Necrosha. Depois do mega-evento do ano que vem, assim como aconteceu ao fim de Complexo de Messias, Legacy novamente volta a ter uma nova configuração e seguirá seu próprio caminho.

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Mensagem  Madonna em Ter Dez 01 2009, 21:10

Poxa, que legal! Jubileu irá voltar. Ela já recuperou os poderes?

Depois de ler isso tudo fiquei mais ansioso pra chegada de Secong Coming e Siege tbm.
Daken... bem. Acho que ele pode continuar vivo, né!?
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Mensagem  Piotr em Ter Dez 01 2009, 21:58

Depois de observarmos Vampira usando seu poder de forma peculiar em Uncanny, a pergunta sobre o controle de seu poder veio à tona. Carey diz que agora ela tem total controle e isso significa que ela pode escolher quando e como utilizá-lo.

Po, eu fiquei bolado, que isso foi explicado bem, pelo menos pra mim, nao sei como teve gente que nao entendeu!
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Dez 02 2009, 07:15

Madonna escreveu:Poxa, que legal! Jubileu irá voltar. Ela já recuperou os poderes?

Depois de ler isso tudo fiquei mais ansioso pra chegada de Secong Coming e Siege tbm.
Daken... bem. Acho que ele pode continuar vivo, né!?

Ela não recuperou não, mas deve procurar abrigo em Nation X, já que os Novos Guerreiros acabaram. Queria que a Sofia (Ventania) fizesse o mesmo.

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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Dez 02 2009, 07:16

Piotr escreveu:Depois de observarmos Vampira usando seu poder de forma peculiar em Uncanny, a pergunta sobre o controle de seu poder veio à tona. Carey diz que agora ela tem total controle e isso significa que ela pode escolher quando e como utilizá-lo.

Po, eu fiquei bolado, que isso foi explicado bem, pelo menos pra mim, nao sei como teve gente que nao entendeu!

A questão é, em Legacy, ela absorve o poder da Astral e a menina fica desmaiada. Já em Uncanny, ela absorve o poder de 7 mutantes e eles estão aptos a correr e tudo mais, como se não tivessem sua energia vital "sugada".

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Mensagem  Madonna em Qua Dez 02 2009, 12:21

É Fraction!

E frase favorita do Ciclope nessas ultimas edições: Lembre-se do treinamento. Alguem já percebeu que ele tá usando mto isso?
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Mensagem  Piotr em Qui Dez 03 2009, 09:22

CARACAAAAAAAAA, LEONARDO, VOCÊ É UM GÊNIO
Imagina a relação Satânico-Sofia-Laura se a Sofia voltasse, e ele descobrisse que ela vive?
Cara, o pior erro foi a Sofia ter vivido, já houve alguma explicação pra isso?
("mimi, ela não foi no ônibus")
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qui Dez 03 2009, 09:32

Piotr escreveu:CARACAAAAAAAAA, LEONARDO, VOCÊ É UM GÊNIO
Imagina a relação Satânico-Sofia-Laura se a Sofia voltasse, e ele descobrisse que ela vive?
Cara, o pior erro foi a Sofia ter vivido, já houve alguma explicação pra isso?
("mimi, ela não foi no ônibus")

Ela tinha saído da escola antes do episódio do ônibus, sem se despedir do Julian nem nada. Isso aconteceu porque ela viu o Satânico falando mal do David, que também tinha perdido os poderes. Com vergonha da reação do "namorado", ela foi-se embora.

O Satânico sabe que ela está viva sim, porque ela não estava mais na equipe no ataque do Stryker ao ônibus.

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Mensagem  Piotr em Qui Dez 03 2009, 10:22

Não sabe não cara, porque a Mercury fala pra ele que ela morreu, e ele entra em prantos, acho que ele não sabe até hoje
ou isso foi antes?
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qui Dez 03 2009, 10:28

Piotr escreveu:Não sabe não cara, porque a Mercury fala pra ele que ela morreu, e ele entra em prantos, acho que ele não sabe até hoje
ou isso foi antes?

Não estou lembrado disso. Você lembra da edição?

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Mensagem  Piotr em Sex Dez 04 2009, 10:09

Já estou baixando New X-men 24 , onde o ônibus explode, a partir dai vou lendo, e quando ver a fala te aviso

(é, eu tinha no pc os scans, mas tive que formatar, droga de pc!UHSAHUSAa)
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"Julian, ela se foi"
ASUHAHSU, eu não tinha lido os balões de baixo
"Um cara veio e pegou ela, seu mordomo ou algo assim"
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Sex Dez 04 2009, 10:20

Piotr escreveu:Já estou baixando New X-men 24 , onde o ônibus explode, a partir dai vou lendo, e quando ver a fala te aviso

(é, eu tinha no pc os scans, mas tive que formatar, droga de pc!UHSAHUSAa)
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Página 19 - New X-men 24
"Julian, ela se foi"
ASUHAHSU, eu não tinha lido os balões de baixo
"Um cara veio e pegou ela, seu mordomo ou algo assim"

Esses mutuninhas...

Concluindo, ele sabe que ela está viva...

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Mensagem  Piotr em Sex Dez 04 2009, 10:33

Eu devia estar drogado na hora, em suma
Porém também seria muito interessante
Porque o Satânico ficaria indignado com a Sophie, onde ela estava enquanto os amigos morriam?
Seria interessante também
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Sex Dez 04 2009, 10:45

Piotr escreveu:Eu devia estar drogado na hora, em suma
Porém também seria muito interessante
Porque o Satânico ficaria indignado com a Sophie, onde ela estava enquanto os amigos morriam?
Seria interessante também

O que podemos ver é que, depois de todo esse tempo, ele não foi atrás dela e nem procurou notícias...

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