JEAN GREY #1-11 (Dennis Hopeless / Victor Ibanez)

Vu les déclarations des responsables éditoriaux, j’ai quand même l’impression qu’ils vont s’en tenir à la jeune Jean.

Pour Iceberg, les deux versions du personnage cohabitent dans les pages des comics depuis pas mal de temps maintenant, donc faut voir…ou alors l’un des deux ne survivra pas à Inhumans vs X-Men

[quote=“KabFC”]

[quote=“BenWawe”]A titre personnel, et même si c’est ultra-régressif, j’ai envie de relire (clairement) du X-Men classique, avec une composition nostalgique.
En ce sens, j’ai envie de revoir Jean Grey, la figure de proue des X-Men, la grande soeur rassurante et présente.
C’est le fan qui parle ici, le gamin qui adorait X-Men The Animated Series[/quote]

mais, après tout, le lectorat de comics est désormais composé à majorité de ces équivalents…
Pour ma part j’ai juste envie de lire un bon titre avec des choix justifiés et intelligents et de bonnes ramification. faire revenir one more time Jean Grey pourquoi pas, mais il faut qu’il y ai un intérêt, une idée, si c’est revenir pour revenir non merci.[/quote]

“Bon titre”, c’est hautement subjectif.
A titre personnel, ce serait, déjà, une série sur la vraie Jean Grey. :stuck_out_tongue:

[quote=“BenWawe”]
A titre personnel, ce serait, déjà, une série sur la vraie Jean Grey. :stuck_out_tongue:[/quote]

Ca c’est super subjectif. Qui est la vraie Jean Grey ? La jeune mutante adolescente, la version qui n’était ne réalité que le Phénix ? La Jean des 90’s ? La version de Morrison, directrice d’école et Phénix ?

Déjà, pas la violeuse de pensées insupportable, égocentrique et véritablement connasse vue depuis All-New X-Men…

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Le scénariste Dennis Hopeless échange les All-New X-Men - rebaptisés X-Men : Blue - contre la seule membre des jeunes originaux qu’il n’a pas animé : Jean Grey.

Avec l’aide du dessinateur Victor Ibanez (actuellement à l’œuvre sur Extraordinary X-Men), l’auteur va préparer la jeune rouquine au retour du Phoenix :

Jean Grey #1 sort en avril 2017 sous une couverture de David Yardin.

[size=150]COMMENTAIRES DU SCÉNARISTE DENNIS HOPELESS[/size]

wahou le retour du phénix one more time. C’est quoi le 5ème déjà ?

Bah ouais ! C’est plus fort que le Rebirth de DC …

Content que ce soit Deniss Hopeless au scénario, j’aime beaucoup ses All-New X-Men !
Pour Victor Ibanez, à voir. Ses premiers épisodes de Extraordinary n’étaient pas terribles mais il s’est un peu amélioré par la suite je trouve. Il a du potentiel :wink:

Par contre je suis d’accord, on peut raconter une histoire de Jean Grey sans le Phénix. D’autant que la série Thanos de Lemire s’intéressera aussi à la Force Phénix…

Après, je n’ai pas forcément l’impression que ça parle du Phénix dans un premier temps ! J’ai plus l’impression qu’elle va faire une sorte de pèlerinage …

Dennis Hopeless a l’air très attaché à l’idée du Road Trip.

La couverture du #2 par David Yardin :

[quote=“Dennis Hopeless”]“I did consider Hope briefly, but I was always concerned about growing the cast too large,” said Hopeless about his soon-to-conclude X-Men team book. “My favorite thing to write is intimate character drama and the more stars you have in a book, the more juggling you have to do. Larger casts make what I do much more difficult. That said, I do love writing Hope (and everyone else from ‘Cable & X-Force’ frankly). Don’t be surprised to see her show up in ‘Jean Grey.’ Also, yes, Jean will absolutely interact with previous Phoenix Force hosts. That’s a big part of our second issue.”

“Jean is trying to avoid her older self’s Phoenix curse and the tortured life that comes with it. In the beginning, Jean won’t know exactly what that means or how to go about it, but she’s dedicated. The series follows Jean as she travels around learning about The Phoenix and preparing herself (trying at least) for the inevitable battle. I can’t wait for everyone to see what we have in store.”[/quote]

2 pages de Jean Grey #1 par Victor Ibanez :

Source : adventuresinpoortaste.com

[quote]JEAN GREY #1
DENNIS HOPELESS (W) • VICTOR IBANEZ (A)
Cover by DAVID YARDIN
Hip-Hop Variant Cover by SHAWN CRYSTAL
CORNER BOX VARIANT COVER BY LEONARD KIRK
VARIANT COVER BY MARGUERITE SAUVAGE
VARIANT COVER BY STEPHANIE HANS
REMASTERED VARIANT COVER BY DAVE COCKRUM
MILLIE THE PHOENIX VARIANT BY TBA
Whena teenage JEAN GREY traveled through time and arrived in the present, she learned the terrible fate that befell her predecessor: Possessed by a cosmic entity called the Phoenix, Jean was trapped in an endless cycle of life and death. Determined to escape that future, Jean set out to write her own destiny. But now, she’s visited by a premonition that the Phoenix is coming for her…and in this new ongoing series by DENNIS HOPELESS (ALL-NEW X-MEN, SPIDER-WOMAN, X-MEN: SEASON ONE) and VICTOR IBANEZ (EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN, STORM), she’s going to fight tooth and nail to escape becoming its next victim!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99[/quote]

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Source : newsarama.com

[quote]JEAN GREY #2

Written by: Dennis Hopeless.

Art by: Victor Ibanez.

Covers by: David Yardin.

Description: When a teenage Jean Grey traveled through time and arrived in the present, she learned the terrible fate that befell her predecessor: Possessed by a cosmic entity called the Phoenix, Jean was trapped in an endless cycle of life and death. Determined to escape that future, Jean set out to write her own destiny. But now, she’s visited by a premonition that the Phoenix is coming for her.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: May 24. [/quote]

Source : comicscontinuum.com

[quote]Jean Grey #3

STORY BY
Dennis Hopeless
ART BY
Al Barrionuevo and Victor Ibanez
COLORS BY
Dono Sanchez-Almara and Jay David Ramos
LETTERS BY
VC’s Travis Lanham
COVER BY
David Yardin and Russell Dauterman
PUBLISHER
Marvel Comics
3.99(USD)
2017-06-28

Desperate to find any information that will help her stave off possession by the Phoenix, Jean Grey ventures to Atlantis to entreat its surliest former host: NAMOR, THE SUB-MARINER! But Namor has his own fish to fry…And when Jean is swept up in the Sea King’s madness, will she find herself in over her head?[/quote]

Source : cbr.com

JEAN GREY #4

Written by: Dennis Hopeless.

Art by: Harvey Tolibao.

Covers by: David Yardin, June Brigman, Jim Lee.

Description: After an adventure with Namor, the Sub-Mariner, Jean Grey is more determined than ever to escape her predecessor’s fate and when the Phoenix comes for her, she will beat that bird down. And to learn how to go toe-to-toe with a god, she’ll seek out training from a god. Enter: Odinson!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: July 12.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

JEAN GREY #5

Written by: Dennis Hopeless.

Art by: Anthony Piper.

Cover by: David Yardin.

Description: After an adventure with the legendary God of Thunder himself, Jean Grey realizes that fighting the Phoenix will take more than just mettle…it will take metal. Luckily, there’s an X-Man who knows something about turning resolve into ordnance. Enter: Psylocke!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: August 9.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

JEAN GREY #6

Written by: Dennis Hopeless.

Art by: Paul Davidson.

Cover by: David Yardin.

Description: When you’re a mutant telepath, you get used to hearing voices in your head. But what happens when one voice keeps you up at night and refuses to leave? Desperate for help, Jean seeks out a physician to diagnose her problem. Only under these circumstances, the only qualified clinician is the Master of Mystic Arts himself, Doctor Strange!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: August 30.

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

C’est le mois de la sorcellerie ?

Jean Grey (2017-) #7
Writer: Hopeless, Dennis
Artist: Ibanez, Victor
Cover Artist: Yardin, David

  • Traveling the Marvel Universe preparing herself for her inevitable encounter with the Phoenix force, JEAN GREY has learned how to fight from the likes of Namor, Thor and Psylocke. * But now she wants to know more about her opponent than the best way to punch it. She wants to know what makes it tick. She wants to know what it’s made of. * And to learn that, she’ll go to one of the few women who’ve harnessed its power: Wanda Maximoff, THE SCARLET WITCH!
    Publisher: Marvel
    On Sale: September 20, 2017
    Price: $3.99

Source : www.adventuresinpoortaste.com