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Mensagem  Bolivartrask em Dom Nov 15 2009, 12:57

Astonishing X-Men 32

leonardobento escreveu:Astonishing X-Men #32

Os desenhos do Jimenez impressionam. Ele desenha muito. O roteiro do Ellis está bacana. Só abro uma ressalva por essa questão de juntar Ninhada e Sentinelas.
Ele poderia ter inovado e criado vilões novos, mas nada que comprometa muito.
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Nov 25 2009, 13:13

Os Surpreendentes X-Men também têm seu espaço no X-Men Blog.

Acompanhe os runs de Whedon&Cassaday, Ellis&Bianchi e agora Ellis&Jimenez no link abaixo:


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Mensagem  Piotr em Qui Nov 26 2009, 11:47

os traços decaíram depois de Cassaday, assim como a história depois de Whedon, claro que, com esse novo arco da Ninhada, está muito mais empolgante ler do que o antigo arco, com a Tempestade, espero que depois do investimento todo em Uncanny, Astonishing não decaia
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Mensagem  DanReztek em Qui Dez 10 2009, 21:18

Preview: Astonishing X-Men #33

WRITER: Warren Ellis
ARTIST: Phil Jimenez

THE STORY: "EXOGENETIC," PART 3: Dead mutants turned into biological weapons…genetically-reprogrammed Brood sleazoids…missing data on Henry McCoy's research computers…the truth about what Abby Brand was trying to burn out on Cruithne. It all adds up to an attempt to remove mutantcy from the planet Earth entirely -- and the rise of the Bio-Sentinels.

PRICE: 2.99
IN STORES: December 16, 2009

http://www.comicsbulletin.com/news/126045225322826.htm
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Sex Dez 18 2009, 08:58

Astonishing X-Men #33




Temos algo aqui que se encaixa com Necrosha. Fera mantinha arquivos de pesquisa guardados que buscavam testar se o efeito do Dia M atingiu também mutantes mortos. Esses arquivos foram roubados por um geneticista , chamado Kaga, e podem ter sido os responsáveis por esses biossentinelas, como o que adquiriu o aspecto da Feromona. A base de Kaga foi tomada por aliens da Ninhada - provavelmente desenvolvidos pelo próprio Kaga, já que ele era um geneticista e devia deter amostras de DNA da Ninhada -- e agora essa raça detém o conhecimento para desenvolver tais sentinelas.

Um dos alienígenas conseguiu chegar à Terra sem ser encontrado pela SWORD e está atacando a base deles nesse momento, para destruir o biossentinela e apagar as evidências. A ordem agora é proteger a amostra do biossentinela, para que ela seja estudada. Scott dispara uma rajada fortíssima, detonando metade do alien.

Os X-Men partem em seu jato para o espaço, a fim de conter a ameaça da Ninhada. Eles veem uma grande espaçonave na altura da ionosfera e saltam para lá. Explorando o local, eles encontram o Paradigma (aquele mutante com poderes semelhantes à Falange - aparecia em X-Force na época dos irmãos Tumulto), morto, mas funcionando como parte dos componentes que mantinham aquela estação ligada, utilizando sua própria tecnologia para colocar os biossentinelas dentro dos X-Men mortos e reanimá-los, usando também DNA da Ninhada e de Krakoa (complexo, hein?). Ciclope agora que que eles busquem quem está por trás de tudo isso.

Achei meio confuso, então posso ter errado muito. Se alguém tiver entendido melhor...

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Mensagem  Piotr em Sex Dez 18 2009, 19:12

Feromona morreu depois do Dia -M, então não faz sentido
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Mensagem  leonardobento em Sex Dez 18 2009, 19:58

Piotr escreveu:Feromona morreu depois do Dia -M, então não faz sentido

Sim, ela sim. Mas podem haver outros...

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Mensagem  Piotr em Seg Dez 28 2009, 09:38

Danem-se os outros, ela já não faz sentido, então fail
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Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Seg Fev 15 2010, 14:00

BOMBA!!!!
Novo imprint da Marvel: Astonishing Comics!!!!
Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine (por Jason Aaron e Adam Kubert, simplesmente extremamtente promissor) e Astonishing X-Men, relançado, por Warren Ellis e Kaare Andrews (não tinha um artista melhor não?). Aparentemente, será situado no Universo Marvel, mas funcionará da mesma forma que os Surpreendentes X-Men: desvinculado de grandes eventos, com uma espécie de "cronologia" própria. Vejam mais abaixo:


ASTONISHING X-MEN by Kaare Andrews

ASTONISHING SPIDER-MAN/WOLVERINE by Adam Kubert

The industry's top creators join forces with the world's most popular super heroes to launch the all-new Astonishing line of comics!

Pioneered to be the books for both the casual and hardcore fans, this new imprint kicks off with two can't miss series: ASTONISHING SPIDER-MAN/WOLVERINE by superstars Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert, and the series that started it all back for a bold new era, ASTONISHING X-MEN #1 by the duo of Warren Ellis and Kaare Andrews.

Here's how Astonishing works: set firmly in the Marvel Universe and providing the perfect starting point for all readers, new or old, these books will tell the most epic stories of heroic action set against the back drop of the real world. New readers will be able to jump right into these epic adventures, while die-hard Marvel fans will also find exciting insights and dramatic changes for Marvel's most prestigious characters.

We checked in with Senior Vice-President of Sales & Circulation David Gabriel to ask him what about Astonishing excited him most.

"The Astonishing line is exciting for us and the entire industry because it provides the top creators the chance to take on our top characters in stories that you won't find anywhere else," he says. "They are firmly set in Marvel continuity but also accessible to new readers. If you're looking for big changes and character developments or a place to start reading if you are new to comics, this is where you come. Thanks to Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, the name Astonishing is synonymous with excellence. That's what this line is all about, from the creators to the characters."

Inaugurating the line with the X-Men, Spider-Man and Wolverine certainly qualifies as astonishing, but who else might we expect to see grace Astonishing in the future?

"This is something that will encompass all of the Marvel Universe at some point in time, but you'll be hearing more about those in the coming months as we announce the creative teams and characters involved," Gabriel promises. "This is a line that's here to stay and will make its mark across the board!"

The relationship between Spider-Man and Wolverine and their individual approaches to heroism strike an astonishingly strong chord among Marvel readers, making it no surprise the two feature prominently in Astonishing's launch.

"It's a duo that fans have long been asking for [in] another team-up," Gabriel says. "They are two of the most popular and recognizable characters in the Marvel Universe. Their attitudes and way the approach problems and enemies-even fellow heroes-are so different that it gives way to great stories, as you'll see Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert deliver!"

Dynamic stand-alone stories that spring from the real Marvel Universe will set Astonishing apart from other titles. Gabriel believes that any linking elements or crossovers in the line will present themselves in the style of storytelling and not actual story elements-for the time being.

"That said, at this point, the idea of crossing over is a bit counter-productive to the way the line is conceived," he notes. "That may change, but for now it will consist of stories that will truly astonish you in their own titles."

Aparentemente servirá para captar novos leitores, mas tenho altas expectativas para o título do Jason Aaron.

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Mensagem  leonardobento em Seg Fev 15 2010, 15:56

Quiseram mesclar uma das premissas do universo Ultimate, isto é, captar novos leitores com histórias mais "jovens" e um pouco desvinculadas da cronologia, mas, agora, sem se utilizar de um universo à parte.

Não levo fé que saia algo bom.

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Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Seg Fev 15 2010, 18:41

É isso aí. Essa amálgama de Universo Ultimate, aberto a novos leitores, com o Universo tradicional não deve dar certo. Se bem que acredito que Jason Aaron possa fazer um bom trabalho.

E... será que a Tempestade vai separar do T'Challa? Afinal de contas, ela não está com as roupas reais na capa do Kaare Andrews.

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Mensagem  leonardobento em Seg Fev 15 2010, 18:43

Eu acho que ela se separa em DoomWar. Mas também precisamos ver onde DoomWar se encaixa em relação a Second Coming, porque a Ororo não tá na saga da Messias e os X-Men não devem ficar "bem" depois de Second Coming para dar as caras em Wakanda.

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Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Ter Fev 16 2010, 15:09

Jason Aaron e Adam Kubert falam sobre a série de seis edições, Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine. Aaron reconhece que pode não ser considerado como um "bom" escritor do Homem-Aranha, por ser mais associado com Justiceiro e Wolverine, mas fala que é a coisa mais louca que já escreveu. Destaque para Doom the Living Planet.

Get ready for a tale to astonish when writer Jason Aaron joins artist Adam Kubert this May to launch a brand new six-issue series teaming up two of Marvel's most popular characters in ASTONISHING SPIDER-MAN/WOLVERINE.

"I was thrilled when [Marvel Editor-in-Chief] Joe [Quesada] first came to me with the offer," says Aaron. "It's a big thrill to be a part of this at the beginning of the Heroic Age, but also it's a big thrill just to be working with Adam again."

As part of Marvel's new Astonishing line, the project follows in the footsteps of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's ASTONISHING X-MEN. Each book in the imprint features all-star characters by top-tier creative teams and serves as the perfect jumping on point for both casual readers and hardcore fans.

"It's exciting," exclaims Kubert. "Whenever you're kicking something off, like when I did the ULTIMATE X-MEN comics, you're put in a position where it's exciting and you're worried and you want to do the best job possible. On the other hand, you also just have to put your nose to the grindstone and ignore all that."

The new title teams the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man with the multi-clawed mutant Wolverine, an often-popular partnership due to the two characters' conflicting outlooks on life. Aaron says the two heroes' contrasting personalities makes them much fun to play off each other, admitting he originally approached the series as part buddy-cop film and part old, bickering married couple.

"I think these guys are great in that they're able to push each other's buttons really well," the writer notes. "So, with something like this where we put them in a lot of different crazy situations where they're forced to spend way more time with each other than they'd want to, provides a lot of opportunity to explore that relationship. There's a lot of crazy stuff we mix in along the way, but the fun of the story is with these two characters and putting them together."

Kubert also expresses his interest in visually portraying the characters, from the way the stand to their body language to even their basic physical differences.

"Wolverine is a great character because he looks like the underdog; he's physically shorter than other people," explains the artist. "He's got a lot of attitude and he's darker and grittier, and that's pretty fun. Putting him up with Spider-Man, it's like oil and water. They're not going to mix. They're completely different kinds of characters and you have to draw them differently. They act differently. It's really a fun thing to do."

A fan of the character since watching the "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends" cartoon while growing up, Aaron confesses that penning Spider-Man gives him a chance to expand his writing past where people normally categorize him. He claims that from the moment he began writing comics, he always wanted to try his hand at writing the wisecracking web slinger.

"I'm not a guy most people might associate as a good Spider-Man writer because most of the stuff I'm known for is stuff like Wolverine and Punisher," he says. "But I've always been anxious to do more stuff with Spider-Man. I just had that one short appearance in WOLVERINE and I actually wrote him in one panel in GHOST RIDER. That was a big thrill. It was my first line ever of Spider-Man dialogue."

Both writer and artist also agree that another big benefit of this project will be the chance to re-team with each other. The creators previously worked together on a two-issue arc in WOLVERINE #73-74. Kubert says he enjoys Aaron's character-driven writing style, while Aaron praises Kubert's ability to turn the simplest of scenes in a visual masterpiece beyond his greatest expectations.

"This book is really all about the relationship between these two characters, regardless of what setting they're thrown into," says Kubert. "And Jason's writing, first of all, he crafts an excellent story, not only panel-to-panel, page-to-page, but from the beginning of a series to the end of a series. He does it through characterization. I think that's what's really exciting about working with Jason: the way he develops a character in the story."

"Adam is one of the most talented artists we have working today," reciprocates Aaron. "I always appreciated that as a fan before working with him. Once I worked with him, I appreciate that even more. I told him when we first started talking about this book that if there was ever anything he wanted to draw that he hadn't gotten to draw before, no matter how crazy, this was the book where we can work it in. So, over the course of this series you get to see him draw all sorts of stuff, from Wolverine fighting dinosaurs to Spider-Man in the future to very important periods from these two characters' history."

As for what exactly happens in the story, both creators wanted to save the surprises for readers to discover for themselves. However, each says to expect pretty much anything.

"You'll see a little bit of everything really," teases Aaron. "The story opens in a setting that will be very familiar to fans of Devil Dinosaur and it moves from there to a lot of weird corners of the Marvel Universe. We see everything from tweaks on existing characters-we see a cross between Doctor Doom and Ego the Living Planet called Doom the Living Planet-and we also get a couple of brand new villains. Really one of the main models for what I wanted to do on this book was [writer] Grant Morrison's MARVEL BOY limited series. It's such a great, fast moving [series] that provides a lot on fresh takes on weird corners of the Marvel Universe. There [are] a lot of crazy ideas thrown into the mix over the course of that book and that's exactly what I wanted to do with this. It's the biggest, craziest thing I've ever written."

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Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Qua Fev 17 2010, 13:03

Kaare Andrews fala sobre Astonishing X-Men (e sobre seu filme, "Altitude", mas não é o principal hehehe...):

With their new "Astonishing" brand of miniseries, Marvel Comics is hoping to present in-continuity stories that can connect with an audience who may not be die hard superhero readers, whether that be by pairing up some of their biggest icons as in the new "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine" or delivering all new stand alone tales. Riding the first wave of Astonishing releases out the gate is the latest iteration of the comic whose crossover success helped name and define the program: "Astonishing X-Men."

In May's "Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis," writer Warren Ellis and artist Kaare Andrews present a fresh chapter in Ellis' ongoing exploration of the science fiction side of the X-Universe with a five-part miniseries. And as Andrews explained to CBR, the comic will tell a new story of the mutant super team that should help condense down the core of what makes the X-Men property so potent.

"The one thing I've always said about the X-Men is that it's the soap opera book of Marvel," the artist said. "It's full of mature love triangle and relationships and infidelities and romance. It's all about being attracted to something you can never have whether that's Wolverine and Jean Grey or Rogue...so I try to make my art a little more mature. Not sexual but definitely more adult. I think of Spider-Man as more about innocence. There's a naivete, even if it's [my futuristic] 'Spider-Man: Reign' where even if he's an old man, there's an innocence to him and a simplicity. With X-Men, it's just adult. It's all these adult feelings and issue like racism and fascism. It's like Spider-Man is high school and X-Men is college."

While Andrews has spent the past two years working mostly in the film world, he came back to full interiors with a wealth of new experiences to help shape the story of "Xenogenesis." "There was a certain time near the end of my run on 'Incredible Hulk' covers where I got really interested in filmmaking and started spending a lot of my time and energy learning how to make films – writing and shooting shorts, trying to make commercials and music videos and things like that. It's become a bigger part of my life in the last two years. I directed a TV pilot for Cartoon Network that was live action – a kind of 'Heroes' inspired kids show that didn't get picked up but was a lot of fun. I've since filmed my first feature film. It's called 'Altitude,' and we're still in post-production on that now but should be wrapped in a few months.

"I feel like I've been working just as hard on comic books because my life if full of comic books every day, but my output has really slowed down considerably because I'm making films or writing scripts or meeting studios and those kinds of things."

Ramping up his output for an "Astonishing" run meant digging deep into Ellis' ideas about the series and finding his own classic take on the X-Men. "A question Warren is asking with this series is 'What does it mean to be a mutant?'" the artist explained. "We've investigated that question however many times philosophically, but this is more like answering it biologically. What does it mean to be a mutant, and is that changing? And if it is changing, how would the X-Men react to those changes? Warren is such an idea man. You can turn off his ideas. They infect things, so I'm happy to play around with some of his big concepts.

"I ask myself, 'What is my classic Storm? What is my classic Wolverine? How do I make them my own?'" Andrews said, noting that the team seen in his initial concept art gives a good feel for most of the players he'll have on the page. "The cast won't be too shocking. There are some core characters for me who define what the X-Men are. It's a small group, and that was one of the mandates for the book: keeping the team small enough so it's not a story with five teams sent out across the world to gather the different parts of whatever. It's a core team and a smaller scale story in the sense that they're sent out on a specific mission, and then events unfold."

Of course, many of the players were previously a part of the last run of "Astonishing X-Men" stories by Ellis and Simone Bianchi, though Andrews admits to intentionally being less than up on their recent work. "It was a tricky balance. I wanted to bring something fresh to the process, and I had been following Warren's run with Simone Bianchi, but I really didn't want to be influenced by it. I wanted to give fresh sensibility, so I stopped reading that stuff and looked to just respond to the scripts and the work Warren was writing for me. In a selfish way, I wanted this to be a brand new thing. Simone's so good that I didn't want to be influenced by what he's doing. So I've kind of deliberately put on some blinders so I could focus on what the weird mixture of Warren's and my sensibility will be."

For the artist, making any new book his own is essential whether he's simply drawing it or writing it as well. "I love art making. I love trying new things and investigating new techniques," Andrews said. "Some of the things I drew on for this X-book were that I wanted it to be clean. I wanted it to be more clean than my more sloppy stuff in the past. I wanted open lines and textured colors. I wanted it to be brighter. It's taking place in the African city of Mbangwi – a make-believe part of the continent. So it uses sunshine and brighter colors. It's kind of influenced by the John Byrne stuff from back in the day or the Paul Smith stuff but more with a forward, modern way of coloring. I want the colors to be clean but textured. I just want to create something that stands on its own as unique. I'm excited how it's turning out." He added of the African X-Man's central Storm's in both the story and his new design sense." I'm excited to draw her, and you'll see there's a bit of a throwback with her visually I'm doing. She's getting a haircut."

Overall, Andrews is following the lead set by his writer, and enjoying the process. "When I signed on to do the book, Warren asked me, 'What do you want to draw? What do you now want to draw?' and I said, 'Hey man, this is your book. I'm just excited to be on the ride,'" he said. "I think because I write for myself, I really want to respect the writer. I've got more freedom here to just follow their direction because I know I can always do my own thing later. It's exciting to give myself over to Warren and think of what he wants out of this."

The artist added of why he came on to "Astonishing" specifically, "I had just finished writing a project for Marvel which I had already started to draw, and at the same time they were like, 'Hey, we know you're working on your own project, but would you be interested in first drawing a little run on "Astonishing X-Men"?' And I really like Warren's work and like working with cool writers. I consider myself an okay writer, but I love working with guys like Mark Millar, and I would love to work with Brian Bendis. I think Zeb Wells is one of the coolest writers working in comics, and I loved working with him. It just seemed like a great opportunity to work on characters I love with a great writer, and my own stuff is already written, so I can just jump back to it whenever I need."

Asked what that solo project might entail, Andrews only said, "No, I can't say what it is yet. It's top secret, but it's another big character and another bit 'Reign' style project set in the future."

In the meantime, fans of the creator can prepare themselves for "Altitude," which should wrap its post-production phase in May and hopefully see a wide release sometime in 2010. "It's a very classic, 'Twilight Zone' inspired genre movie – a sci-fi thriller where you take a bunch of characters, put them in a supernatural pressure cooker and watch their personalities boil up," he explained, noting there would be some surprises for comic readers in there. "There's a comic book in the movie that I had to draw. It's a significant story item. So I took a break from comics to direct a movie, but once I got there, I ended up drawing comic books. I could get away from it! But it made me feel at home having a character who was a comic book collector. It was cool, and I was proud that that would be my first movie where I could bring my passion for comics to filmmaking and combine the two.

"The challenging part of this movie was that most of it takes place on a seven-seater airplane. You can't even really stand up in it, so it was like shooting a movie in a mini van. It was very challenging to figure it out. How would I not make the audience feel like they were stuck in a plane for an hour and a half? I ended up treating each different section of the plane as a different set, so I could cut in between all three," he explained. "The other big challenge was the amount of visual effects I had to do. We were shooting in a green screen environment with this practical plane set, so every shot had a green screen element in it. We were a small movie, but we had over 600 visual effects shots. There's at least a storm in the sky in each shot if not like a crazy creature. It was very challenging, but I'm proud of what we did."

And Andrews is enjoying the ability to shift between comics work and independently directing his own films, a business practice that's not quite as hard as it might sound. "The new way to make films today, even larger budget films, is to put them together independently and then take them to the studio. The hedge funds are gone, and the studios don't want to put out a bunch of money up front. But this way, everyone makes more money. Both for this film that's a small little $3 or 4 million film and my follow up film, which Gale Anne Hurd is producing who did 'Terminator' and 'Hulk,' are based on that model. For the new one, we're just approaching the cast and finding our star, and while it's a much larger-scale film it's that same independent model. We're putting it together ourselves, and we get more control and make more money."

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Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Qua Fev 17 2010, 15:38

E um pouco mais de Xenogenesis (parece aquele excelente jogo de Play 1, Xenogears):

For an age to be considered truly heroic, a few other adjectives just have to be in place: Fantastic. Uncanny. Amazing. And the latest addition to the hallowed list: Astonishing.

With that in mind, Marvel will be expanding its Astonishing line with a number of new books and where would said imprint be without the group that started it all, the X-Men? Editor Axel Alonso decided to mix two great tastes in a new cocktail with writer Warren Ellis and artist Kaare Andrews on ASTONISHING X-MEN: XENOGENESIS, which kicks off with a bang in May.

"The inciting incident is a whopper," Alonso promises. "In a small hospital in East Africa, a newborn baby suddenly sprouts metal electrodes and explodes. Is this the first sign of the rebirth of the mutant gene? The X-Men set off to find out."

Fans should expect to see the core ASTONISHING X-MEN cast of Wolverine, Beast, Emma Frost, Cyclops, Colossus and Armor as well as plenty of other faces both familiar and new in this story that may or may not reignite the mutant race. But even with such high stakes, Alonso assures the story won't be difficult for new readers to jump right in:

"Like all arcs of ASTONISHING X-MEN, it's a self-contained read. It's not deeply woven into the subplots that are taking place in, say, UNCANNY X-MEN, X-FORCE or X-MEN: LEGACY, but it sure as hell counts. XENOGENESIS is a clean, accessible read. It offers a massive hook to get you into the story, whether you're an X-Men fanatic or just a casual reader."

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Fev 17 2010, 15:53

Não tô levando muito a sério... o desenhista acha que os X-Men são mais adultos que o Aranha, mas o desenha como se fossem jovens rebeldes...

E com o Fera na equipe nem dá pra saber se ele fica no grupo em Uncanny, por exemplo, já que Astonishing será meio avulso na cronologia.

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Qua Fev 17 2010, 16:31

É, Astonishing com o Ellis já tava meio esquisito, agora com essa proposta, sei não... E esse desenhista é horrível.

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Fev 17 2010, 17:21

Marvel 616 escreveu:

Marvel expande a linha Astonishing



Depois de fazer sucesso nas mãos de criadores consagrados como Joss Whedon, John Cassaday e Warren Ellis, era só questão de tempo até alguém perceber que Astonishing X-Men podia servir de exemplo para outros títulos. E é por isso que a Marvel acaba de anunciar uma nova revista com o adjetivo "Astonishing" - que logo terá a companhia de outras surpreendentes novidades -, além de revelar uma direção diferente para o popular título mutante.

A nova direção da revista que popularizou a linha Astonishing começa com a minissérie em cinco partes Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis. Warren Ellis continua sendo o roteirista, mas agora terá a companhia de Karen Andrews (Homem-Aranha: Potestade) na arte, que substitui Phil Jimenez.



Quase nada foi revelado além dessa controversa imagem dos X-Men num estilo mais punk, tampouco sobre o que isso significa para a revista mensal. A única certeza é que o novo visual dos mutantes vai dar muito o que falar. Razz

Mas a maior novidade fica por conta de Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine, minissérie de seis edições que une Homem-Aranha e Wolverine sob a batuta de Jason Aaron e Adam Kubert. A idéia é usar a fama da dupla para atrair novos leitores e estabelecer um público para a linha Astonishing.



Não deve demorar para novos títulos serem anunciados, sendo que a principal diferença dessa linha para as outras, como a Millenium, é que, apesar de dar bastante liberdade aos autores, ela faz parte da cronologia oficial, ainda que talvez exija um pouco de jogo de cintura para fazer as coisas se encaixarem. A decisão de lançar minisséries ao invés de revista mensais pode ser uma forma de diminuir os atrasos, o que ajudaria muito na hora de adequar as tramas à cronologia.

Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis e Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine saem em maio nos EUA. Fique ligado no Universo Marvel 616 para mais informações.

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  Joao Roberto da Costa em Ter Mar 16 2010, 22:40

Li hoje Astonishing X-Men 31 e 32 e gostei muito material, penso que o Warren Ellis acertou a mão, este novo arco promete, é uma pena que ele tenha um ritmo de produção lento, senão a gente iria nadar nesta nova saga
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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  leonardobento em Qua Mar 17 2010, 08:28

Joao Roberto da Costa escreveu:Li hoje Astonishing X-Men 31 e 32 e gostei muito material, penso que o Warren Ellis acertou a mão, este novo arco promete, é uma pena que ele tenha um ritmo de produção lento, senão a gente iria nadar nesta nova saga

O segundo arco dele foi bom mesmo, ainda mais com a entrada de Jimenez nos desenhos.

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Qua Mar 17 2010, 09:55

Também estou gostando mais do segundo arco, muito mais tangível que a viagem maluca do primeiro.

Os desenhos do Jimenez estão muito bons. Pena que eu acho que ele irá pra DC.

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  Madonna em Qua Mar 17 2010, 11:58

O Astonishing X-men tá mto legal mesmo.

leonardobento escreveu:
Marvel 616 escreveu:







Eu espero que esse uniforme não seja oficial. A Tempestade parece uma prostituta.
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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Qua Mar 17 2010, 16:46

Madonna escreveu:O Astonishing X-men tá mto legal mesmo.
Eu espero que esse uniforme não seja oficial. A Tempestade parece uma prostituta.
Tá difícil pra Ororo. Ou ela fica com roupa de quenga ou vira destaque de escola de samba.

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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  Ultimate_Avenger em Qui Abr 29 2010, 13:32

Preview exclusivo de "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine" #1. A arte está maravilhosa (Adam Kubert é outra história) e eu confio nos roteiros, mesmo achando meio caça-níqueis. É verdade que "Doom the Living Planet" é bem bizarro. E aparentemente, um grande vilão Marvel está por trás de tudo.

THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! Spider-Man and Wolverine! Everyone’s favorite wise-cracking web-spinner and ferocious furball come together in their first major series ever! The super-star creative team of Jason Aaron (WOLVERINE: WEAPON X, PUNISHERMAX) and Adam Kubert (ULT. FANTASTIC FOUR, X-MEN) send Spidey and Wolvie to the edges of the Marvel Universe as they face such awful beings as The Czar, Big Murder and Doom the Living Planet! But who is the major Marvel villain pulling the strings? And can Spidey & Wolvie refrain from killing one another long enough to find out?








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Re: Astonishing X-Men

Mensagem  leonardobento em Qui Abr 29 2010, 13:54

O bom é que é mini, aí você pode relevar muita coisa...

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