AVENGERS: RAGE OF ULTRON (Rick Remender / Jerome Opeña)

Le scénariste Rick Remender retrouvera son collaborateur de longue date, le dessinateur Jerome Opena (Fear Agent, Punisher, Uncanny X-Force), sur le roman graphique Avengers: Rage of Ultro****n qui paraitra en avril 2015, soit un mois avant la sortie du film Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Dans cette nouvelle aventure des Vengeurs, les héros Marvel devront affronter le “fils” robot psychopathe de Hank Pym alors qu’il a pris possession des technologies de la Lune de Saturne (planète natale de Thanos) et se fait appeler “Planet Ultron”.

Il s’agit du quatrième roman graphique de la collection initiée par Avengers: Endless Wartime, Spider-Man: Family Business puis X-Men: No More Humans. Au sujet de la continuité, le scénariste compare le comics à The Killing Joke: une histoire indépendante mais ayant un impacte important sur les personnages.

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J’aime beaucoup la palette de Dean White, dont on dirait qu’il est le coloriste de ce que l’on voit là.

[quote=“Rick Remender”]Tom Brevoort selected the name “Rage of Ultron,” but my working title was “The EVILution of Ultron.” And the story really is more focused on the evolution of Ultron. What we’re doing here is taking that character to the next step of his evolution, as well as addressing his relationship with his father Hank Pym and his relationship with his son, who is also an insane and murderous artificial intelligence. And what happens is something that ultimately will lead to a new Ultron and have huge ramifications on those characters. But the “Rage” title does work. I liked both of them fine. I think ultimately this is an Ultron at that peak of his rage and his desire for vengeance. And as he comes to exact that vengeance, and to return his pain upon his father, we see a very emotional creature. We see his rage come full circle.

We’ve already started talking about some of the things that are going to be set up here. We had too much story for this, so some of what’s being set up here with evolution of Ultron and the changes that come out of this—much like the changes coming out of AXIS lead to a new Avengers that we follow in the present day portions of Rage of Ultron—the Rage of Ultron story and Ultron’s evolution ultimately leads to something that is coming up, which I have planned in a year or so.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE RICK REMENDER ET JEROME OPENA[/size]

Ça y ressemble, oui. Et comme il met en couleurs pas mal de titres de Remender, il n’est pas malavisé de penser à lui.
Personnellement, j’aime pas trop, mais je reconnais qu’il a une patte.

Jim

Les crayonnés sont splendides. Mais bon, j’imagine que je ne vais rien comprendre si je lis ça indépendamment du reste…

J’ai une impression de déjà vu sur la dernière planche en noir et blanc. La façon dont Cap combat le robot accompagnant les deux zouaves sur Mars dans le premier arc des avengers d’Hickman peut être ?

[quote=“Rick Remender”]It’s his issues with his father/creator, Hank Pym. What’s very interesting about Ultron as one of the first artificial intelligences in the Marvel Universe, is that he has rage. He has emotional baggage.

That’s something that could very easily be moved over as his origin, but in my mind there is a lot there that hasn’t been told yet. So the story also ties in and deals with a lot of what I dealt with in “Secret Avengers” with Father, the Descendants and the Adaptoids, who have some inclusion in this story as well. They all tie in so wonderfully into Ultron, the Vision, who also plays a nice role in this story, and those characters. So a lot of the Descendants storyline informs this one.

We examine what artificial intelligence means, what it means to the future going forward, and if it as life has the same sort of value. I find the examination of artificial intelligence, things like the singularity, and other ideas like that quite fascinating. So I’m building upon a lot of what I did in my “Secret Avengers” run and moving it forward a little bit. I find it to be a really compelling topic.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE RICK REMENDER[/size]

[quote=“Rick Remender”]The story from the past has the Avengers line-up of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Yellowjacket, Wasp, and Beast. When we open in the past, those characters are dealing with Ultron in a way we haven’t seen before.

We’ll also re-establish who Hank Pym is in relation to Ultron. While some comics fans know their connection already, most who read this graphic novel don’t; and even if you do know, it’s good to be re-acclimated with the father/son nature of their relationship. What the opening does is give us a look at who the Avengers were in the past and how they play off each other, and then fast-forward to the present and how it is now.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE RICK REMENDER ET JEROME OPENA[/size]

Référence au run de mon auteur préféré sur ce titre, le retour de l’équipe qui m’a fait aimer la série, un excellent dessinateur, il a tout pour me plaire ce graphic novel. Et en plus, il sortira le mois de mon anniversaire. Merci Marvel.

Ai-je bien lu ? Starfox jouera une part importante ? On parle bien du même ? le fils de titan, le mec qui peut te faire avoir des émotions et faire ce qu’il veut par sa voie ? Ce Starfox, rien que pour ça je prends.

ça sent bon tout ça. Manque plus qu’Hercule et une barrique de bière et ce sera parfait !

Tu m’étonnes.

En espérant que ce ne soit pas une voie sans issue pour lui

Celui qui peut me faire ce qu’il veut par sa voie, je ne lui tournerai pas le dos !

Jim

Déjà que l’accent ou pas sur le “ou”, c’est pas simple, alors si tu essaies de lui faire comprendre les différentes orthographes de la voix/voie/voit, t’as pas fini !

la voix c’est toujours pénétrant même si c’est une voie de garage.

Les pages en couleur:

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Source: www.comicosity.com

Le nouveau look de Starfox par Jerome Opeña :

Voici une page supplémentaire de Avengers: Rage of Ultron par Jerome Opena:


Éros dans toute sa splendeur.