DEVIATIONS (Collectif)

En mars 2016, l’éditeur IDW revisitera ses principales franchises à travers cinq numéros spéciaux qui proposeront des histoires alternatives dans la lignée des Et si ? de Marvel et des Elseworlds de DC.

Voici les accroches des one-shots de la collection Deviations :

Ghostbusters : “Dans un monde où les S.O.S. Fantômes n’ont jamais croisé les effluves”, par Kelly Thompson et Nelson Daniel.

G.I. JOE : “Dans un monde où Cobra a gagné”, par Paul Allor et Corey Lewis.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles : “Dans un monde où Shredder est devenu le leader des Tortues”, par Tom Waltz et Zach Howard.

Transformers : “Dans un monde où Optimus Prime n’est pas mort (dans le film d’animation Transformers) et a combattu Unicron”, par Brandon Easton et Priscilla Tramantano.

X-Files : “Dans un monde où le jeune Fox Mulder a été enlevé par des aliens”, par Amy Chu et Elena Casagrande.

Source : bleedingcool.com

Ce genre de récit alternatif m’a souvent amusé et a toujours grandement affolé mon imagination.

Oui, si c’est bien fait, ça peut être rigolo !

[quote]Yeah, I kicked around a few different ideas with editor Carlos Guzman. The whole “the bad guys win!” thing isn’t a startlingly original idea, but the more I thought about what a Cobra victory would mean — not just to the world, but to Cobra itself — the more I wanted to do it. As Cobra Commander says in our story, the problem with ruling the world is, you have to rule the world. Cobra is an organization that’s geared towards conquest, towards absurd violence and audacious destruction. And if they actually succeeded in taking over the world, literally none of those skills would apply. Instead they’d have to deal with infrastructure, education, health care, renewable energy. Cobra would need to shift from an insurgency to a bureaucracy. And that’s what this story is about.
So, that was the plan, to tell that story, and have some fun with it. And then when I found out Corey was on board, I was just so freaking thrilled, since it meant I could dial the batspit insanity up to like 11, and just steer into the absurdity of this whackadoodle premise.
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[size=200]INTERVIEW DE PAUL ALLOR ET COREY LEWIS[/size]

[quote] I’m a hardcore Generation One Transformers fan. As a child of the 1970s and 1980s, I was fortunate enough to see the very first episode of Transformers during its initial premiere. To borrow a worn cliché, it was literally love at first sight. I’ve been a huge fan of the franchise since that morning in 1984. To be able to write some of my favorite characters of all time is a mighty privilege and I enjoyed every second of the experience.

Transformers: The Movie changed my way of thinking about animation. Up until that point, most of the cartoons I’d watched were action-packed, but sanitary and painless. For example, on G.I. Joe, when Cobra planes and tanks were struck by heavy ordinance, the pilots were still able to inexplicably escape at the last possible second. Or on He-Man, there’d be physical threats by the villains but they’d always end up in a puddle of mud or bumbling into a trap.

In Transformers: The Movie, Megatron (my favorite Transformers character) killed several beloved Autobot characters within the first few minutes of the story. In fact, he executed Ironhide at point-blank range. That scene sent shivers down by spine as a kid and it was then I realized how cool Transformers could be if you took the standards and practices shackles off and told a real war story with giant robots. To be able to play in that sandbox is an incredibly special moment in my writing career.[/quote]

[size=200]INTERVIEW DE BRANDON EASTON ET PRISCILLA TRAMANTANO[/size]

[size=200]INTERVIEW DE KELLY THOMPSON ET NELSON DANIEL[/size]

[quote]X-Files: Deviations #1

Story by
Amy Chu
Art by
Elena Casagrande, Silvia Califano
Colors by
Arianna Florean
Letters by
Robbie Robbins
Cover by
Cat Staggs, Gordon Purcell, Monica Kubina
Publisher
IDW

Cover Price:
$4.99
Release Date
Mar 9th, 2016

In a world where young Fox Mulder was abducted by aliens and never returned, another Mulder takes up the crusade against deception! Meet Samantha Mulder, a believer who won’t stop until she finds out the truth about her brother![/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Ghostbusters: Deviations #1

Story by
Kelly Thompson
Art by
Nelson Daniel
Letters by
Neil Uyetake
Cover by
Nelson Daniel, Dan Schoening
Publisher
IDW

Cover Price:
$4.99
Release Date
Mar 16th, 2016

In a world, where on that fateful day in New York, the Ghostbusters did NOT cross streams, and were thus unable to destroy Gozer or close his portal. Now, 31 days later, NYC has descended into chaos and ruin, ruled with the deliciously soft fist of… THE STAY-PUFT MARSHMALLOW MAN![/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]G.I. JOE Deviations #1

Story by
Paul Allor
Art by
Corey Lewis
Letters by
Gilberto Lazcano
Cover by
Corey Lewis
Publisher
IDW

Cover Price:
$4.99
Release Date
Mar 23rd, 2016

In a world… where COBRA rules the planet! COBRA COMMANDER’s forces have won, the entire planet Earth now submits to COBRA rule… but the burdens of ruling over billions of people make COBRA COMMANDER anxious to the good old days. And he decides there’s just one group that can bring chaos back to this totalitarian order: G.I. JOE![/quote]

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Source : www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Deviations #1

Story by
Kevin Eastman, Bobby Curnow, Tom Waltz
Art by
Zach Howard, Cory Smith, Joylon Yates
Colors by
Ronda Pattison
Letters by
Shawn Lee
Cover by
Zach Howard, Nick Pitarra, Mike Garland
Publisher
IDW

Cover Price:
$4.99
Release Date
Mar 30th, 2016

In a world where Shredder leads the Turtles, all hope seems lost! With the Turtles brainwashed to follow Shredder, Splinter forms a new group in a last ditch effort to save his sons… and New York City![/quote]

Source : www.comicbookresources.com