-La gente produciendo la serie exclusiva para PlayStation Network, Powers, de Bendis y Oeming, ya tiene actores para tres de sus personajes. La actriz Susan Heyward (The Following) interpretará a la agente Deena Pilgrim, co-protagonista de la serie.
Mientras, dos segundones de la serie serán interpretados por dos actores exactamente igual de segundones.
Max Fowler será Krispin Stockley, un Adolescente Con Pedos(C).
Adam Godley será el Capitán Cross, un Policía Mal Pedo(C).
-Mientras, la serie Daredevil ya tiene a su Karen Page: Deborah Ann Woll, cuya habilidad para interpretar a una loca adicta a la heroína desconozco.
-Ya es oficial: el personaje del momento que co-protagonizó una de las películas más taquilleras del año, Falcon, será el nuevo portador del manto de Captain America.
En otoño saldrá All New Captain America #1, escrito por Rick Remender y dibujado por Stuart Immmmmonnnnnnennnnnn. Sobre el personaje más amado del mundo actual, Remender dijo:
"While Sam shares many of Steve's beliefs in a general sense, he's also a very different person with a very different background," seres editor Tom Brevoort added. “He didn't grow up in the 1930s, he’s a modern day man in touch with the problems of the 21st Century. For most of his professional life, Sam has worked as a social worker, so he’s seen the worst of urban society up close, and how crime, poverty, lack of social structure and opportunity can affect the community."
Otros detalles revelados son que Steve Rogers seguirá siendo parte del comic, como una especie de consultor táctico del héroe de millones, Falcon. Además, que el ídolo del momento mantendrá las alas de su identidad anterior, incorporadas a su nuevo traje.
-Y acompañando los cambios radicales a Thor y el Falcain America, en Noviembre llegará la serie Superior Iron-Man, escrita por Tom Taylor(Injustice: Gods Among Us) y Yildray Cinar. En él, al parecer Tony Stark volverá a su modalidad de la Era de Civil War: la de Tony Stark Culero. Se mudará a San Francisco, en donde hará pública su tecnología Extremis, y empezará a cambiar sus métodos hacia algo más cuestionable...aunque en realidad suena como una evolución natural de lo que Hickman ha estado haciendo con él en Avenger y New Avengers, donde una vez más reunió a los Iluminatti a espaldas de Steve Rogers.
Mi amigo Joe Quijadas dijo:
“The Genius Bar costume is there for a reason. The newly-transformed Superior Iron Man has very ambitious plans for the city that some of its residents embrace, but not all. Like the Superior Spider-Man, Superior Iron Man is a character that’s hard to root for.”
Axel Alonso, heredero del manto de Capitán Quesada, dijo:
"What we’re doing here is a little different — it’s Tony Stark, the one and only Tony Stark — and in the aftermath of the Axis event, he will surrender to his id and his legendary ego," Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso tells Mashable. "You’ll see Tony in a new place spiritually and intellectually.
Yes, this is Tony," Alonso said. "What you're seeing in Superior Iron Man is a Tony Stark who’s seen both his worst and best impulses all let loose. It is Tony, but he’s going to be in a zone now where he’s never been. He's more ambitious, cunning, egotistical ... all of those quantities are unharnessed. He has a vision for the world. I like to think his position is defensible — controversial, but defensible."
Supongo que este es el cambio que tiene más probabilidades de durar, ya que no está completamente descuadrado de lo que ocurre en los filmes...a menos que Whedon planee matar a Rogers al final de Avengers: Age Of Ultron y poner a Falcon en su lugar también...LO CUAL SUENA COMPLETAMENTE PROBABLE.
Vía: Mashable, BC y EW
Todos estos cambios forman parte de la nueva niciativa Avengers NOW! de Marvel. Otra ola de nuevos títulos que le darán más atención a ciertos personajes. El anuncio de esto fue acompañado por una de esas imágenes que siempre sacan con todos los personajes que (esperan) serán las estrellas en los próximos meses. Solo les digo quizás no quieran confiar totalmente en la imagen. Después de todo, hace unos años sacaron una anunciando la Heroic Age en donde aseguraban que Gorilla Man estaba listo para pasar a las grandes ligas...
-Los de Archie Comics revelaron más detalles sobre el relanzamiento de su línea de superhéroes, Dark Circle Comics, para el 2015. Inciarán con tres nuevas series. The Black Hood, de Duane Scyrwwkmfenskiy (Bloodshot) y Michael Gaydos (Alias), con portadas de David Mack. El protagonista será un policía de Philadelphia de moral ambigüa quien, tras recibir un disparo en la cara, decidirá portar el traje de The Black Hood.
"When I pitched my idea for the series, I intentionally went way dark, figuring they'd either tell me to scale it back, or give me a polite pat on the head and tell me to go away. To my happy surprise, Alex and the gang embraced the darkness."
The Shield, de Adam Christopher, Chuck Wending y el artista Wilfredo Torres, con una nueva versión del patriota original, a quien ahora le hicieron la jarocha.
"We've all poured a lot of love into the new Shield — she's a very powerful, very modern female superhero. And that I think is something to celebrate,"
And they're not just throwing away 74 years of history. The Shield was the original flag-wearing superhero, Christopher says, and a major aspect of the new Shield's story is "how she comes to understand and fit into the legacy left by previous heroes who have borne the title."
"She's a hero for today," he says, "brave, tough, not afraid to tell it like it is and representative of the things we all want this nation to be."
Y por último, The Fox, quien tendrá una nueva miniserie tras su debut a manos del artista Dean Haspiel y el escritor Mark Waid, Fox Hunt.
"Bottom line: The Fox is pure, unadulterated fun.
The Fox is my favorite character in comics because he's an everyman dropped into insane situations — and we're never quite sure if he loves it or not.
Sure, he says that all he wants is a normal life, but he's out there fighting the strange and unusual without anyone holding a gun to his head to do it."
The Fox has inadvertently annoyed a wealthy psychopath and a $1 million bounty has been placed on his head, A rogues' gallery comes out of the woodwork on the eve of Patton's retiring of his Fox persona for a better quality of life: a pox The Fox cannot escape."
-El editor de Marvel Tom Breevort dio algunos detalles sobre las historias que contendrá el especial por los 75 años de la editorial, a publicarse en Octubre.
Sobre la historia dibujada por Bruce Timm:
Yes, technically by Bruce and Stan Lee.
The first thing Stan wrote for Timely back in the day, and it's been reprinted a bunch of times over the years, was this little two-page text filler. Back in those days in order to classify for second class mailing permits any magazine publication had to have at least two pages of text. So they would run these two page text stories that as far as most people were concerned nobody read. The kids of the day would read the comics and skip over that stuff.
So the very first thing Stan ever wrote was this little two-page story, "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge." It's a vintage Cap story and Bruce is basically taking that as his starting point and adapting it into an actual eight-page comics adventure. It's sort of his homage to the original Joe Simon-Jack Kirby stories of that era. Then theoretically, assuming I get it all together in time and Stan has the time, Stan will dialogue it. So it will be both Stan's oldest story and newest story at the same time.
La de James Robinson y Chris Samnee:
It's not entirely a Fantastic Four story. It's a story that's set around the rocket voyage that created the Fantastic Four, but it's really about the first real day of the Marvel Universe.
While there are stories and elements that go as far back as the Golden Age, we really track Marvel as an entity since 1961; since the publication of "Fantastic Four" #1. That's when what we think of as Marvel today really began. So this story takes that moment where the Fantastic Four sneak into the missile base, steal their rocket, and go up into space and get their powers and it sort of becomes a montage across the Marvel Universe as we get to see what other people were doing while these events were going on.
So we get to check in with people all across the Marvel Universe. And not necessarily just people who were '60s characters. We're going to check in with heroes and villains all the way up to more modern figures such as Ms. Marvel and the newest Nova, Sam Alexander.
So it's not really fair to say it's a Fantastic Four story and it's not really fair to say it's completely a vintage story. It's a Marvel Universe story in the same sort of way that there are big, significant events. Where were you when President Kennedy was shot? Where were you when the Towers fell on 9-11? This story is really where were you when the Fantastic Four took their space flight?
La de Bendis y Michael Gaydos:
Again, not quite. Bendis and Michael Gaydos are going to do a Jessica Jones story. The way I define that is "Alias" was a MAX series. It was set in the Marvel Universe, but it was a MAX book. In terms of the tenor, language, violence and content it was hardcore.
It is Jessica in the present. So it's not an "untold tale." It's happening right now and presumably she's a working mom although I don't know how much we'll really see of Luke Cage or Danielle in the course of this story because it's only eight pages.
La de Len Wein con Paul Gullacy:
Len is doing a story of Wolverine that is set very early in his X-Men tenure. It's pretty much set during that brief blip right at the beginning when Len was writing the new X-Men; right before he handed the book over to Chris Claremont. You don't really need to know that to understand the story, but it's set that early and it's a story about Wolverine.
Len, for all that he created the character, hasn't really written a whole lot of Wolverine. So this is a chance for him to dig into not just the character as he originally conceived him, but the character as he's been built, and developed, and fleshed out over all the decades that have come.
It's a Len Wein story so it's got a real core of emotionalism to it and it should be lovely. Especially given that, by this point, Wolverine will be dead. So it's the only Wolverine story you're getting that month. You better like it because there's not going to be another one!
Y la de Tom DeFalco y Stan Goldberg, donde comparte un detalle interesante sobre el dibujante:
It's a Spider-Man story set back during the days when Spidey was in college. It's a Spider-Man story with action, adventure, and what Tom would call "Hoo-Ha," but really it's about Peter, Mary Jane, Gwen, Harry, Flash and the gang in College or at the Coffee Bean.
So it's very much in keeping with the work that Stan has done the most of over the last 30 years or so. Whether that was "Millie the Model" or all the "Archie" work that he did following that. Most people probably don't realize this, but in addition to being a fine artist and cartoonist Stan Goldberg was also Marvel's staff colorist back in the early days and is the person that made the decision that the Thing would be orange, that Spider-Man would be red and blue, and that the Hulk would originally be gray and then green.
He picked the colors for all of those classic characters. So he's really a forgotten forefather in a way because there were no colorist credits in those days. So Stan has been around and part of Marvel proper really since the dawn of what we think of modern Marvel and before. So it's very nice to have him and his work represented in this thing.