FUTURE FOUNDATION #1-5 (Jeremy Whitley / Will Robson)

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En plus de la mini-série Invisible Woman, cet été verra également le retour de la Fondation du futur dans son propre titre. En amont de ce come-back, l’équipe créative s’occupera d’un back-up, publié dans les pages de Fantastic Four #12. L’intrigue portera notamment sur la quête visant à retrouver l’Homme-Molécule. Le premier numéro sortira en août.

Source : https://www.marvel.com

Ca ne durera pas, mais ça peut faire une mini-série sympathique.
Marvel tente de “muscler” la gamme Fantastic Four, c’est une bonne chose… mais il faudrait surtout que Dan Slott trouve l’inspiration sur la série-mère.

Ça peut le faire.

FUTURE FOUNDATION #1

Written by: Jeremy Whitley.

Art by: Will Robson.

Covers by: Carlos Pacheco, John Tyler Christopher.

Description: When the Richards family is called back to Earth to be the Fantastic Four again, they left behind the Future Foundation - a think tank of the most brilliant young minds in the universe - with one mission: to find the pieces of and rebuild their friend Molecule Man. But that’s proved harder than imagined as this crew of young geniuses, Atlanteans, Mutants, Moloids and androids have run into every problem in the Multiverse. Now, with the leadership of Alex and Julie Power and a little extra firepower from guest professor Yondu Udonta, the team will undergo their most dangerous mission yet - a prison break!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: August 7.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

FUTURE FOUNDATION #2

Written by: Jeremy Whitley.

Art by: Will Robson.

Cover by: Carlos Pacheco.

Description: The Future Foundation and Yondu planned the perfect prison break, but nobody counted on having to stage two! But when their security breach reveals that Mr. Fantastic is locked away in the galaxy’s greatest prison, their perfect plan falls apart. Now Julie - and the person she came to break out - are on their own as Alex leads Yondu, Dragon Man, and Bentley into a high-security cellblock full of the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy to save a friend and mentor. But the real Reed Richards is back on Earth - and the Future Foundation is about to break out his greatest enemy.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Sept. 4.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

D’après le site Bleeding Cool, Future Foundation est déjà annulé. La série ne devrait pas dépasser le 4ème ou le 5ème épisode.

Jeremy Whitley confirme l’annulation de la série au #5 :

So, I’m at SPX, doing comics stuff. I had no idea this was going to break today, because i wasn’t at the Marvel summit this past week and I had no idea this was being discussed, but yes, the Future Foundation is currently slated to finish at issue 5.

As Rich stated, it was a choice made based on sales and was made at final order cutoff for issue 2, within a week of issue 1 being released. So, no, the cancellation had nothing to do with the content of the book, just the sales.

Now, that doesn’t mean we don’t have a boatload of wild stuff planned between now and issue 5, we do. So if you liked issues 1-2, I encourage you to keep picking it up. Just because it’s ending doesn’t mean it doesn’t count. Let’s go out with a bang.

Les ventes entre les deux premiers numéros ont du véritablement connaître une chute vertigineuse car les résultats du premier numéro ne sont pas honteux.

FUTURE FOUNDATION #3

Written by: Jeremy Whitley.

Art by: Will Robson, Paco Diaz.

Cover by: Carlos Pacheco, Lee Garbett.

Description: Owen Reece - a.k.a. Molecule Man - once helped reshape the entire multiverse. Now his body is scattered across the cosmos - and the Future Foundation is out to put him back together. But they’re not the only ones. It’s a race across space as the Maker sets his sights on pieces of Reece! And with a prison security system out to murder them all, the Future Foundation is already behind the mark. But the Foundation has a secret weapon. Find out at last who Julie Power set out to rescue from that intergalactic prison - and why the Maker should be very, very afraid.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Oct. 2.


Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

Future Foundation #4

LOST IN SPACE! The Future Foundation’s fight to save Molecule Man comes to a head! And there’ll be no rainbow after a storm like this. This issue, someone dies. Don’t miss Professor Power and his team meeting their Maker — and more!

Written by: Jeremy Whitley
Art by: Miralti Firmansyah
Cover by: Carlos Pacheco
Page Count: 24 Pages
Release Date: November 13 2019
Age Rating: 9+ Only

Source : www.adventuresinpoortaste.com

DERNIER NUMERO !

THE FINAL FRONTIER! The Future Foundation once banded together to help the Fantastic Four rebuild the entire Multiverse. Now they may have brought about its collapse. As the team reels from last issue’s death, the Maker is getting further out of reach. The team that promised to solve all the Multiverse’s problems is inches away from watching everything die – again.
Age Rating: 9+

Written by Jeremy Whitley
Art by Miralti Firmansyah
Cover by Carlos Pacheco
Page Count 26 Pages
Release Date December 18 2019

Source : www.adventuresinpoortaste.com