MAGNETO #1-21 (Cullen Bunn / Gabriel Hernández Walta)

L’éditeur Marvel Comics a dévoilé un nouveau teaser présentant le “Infamous” (impopulaire) du scénariste Cullen Bunn (Venom, Fearless Defenders) et du dessinateur Gabriel Hernández Walta.

Rendez-vous dans quelques jours pour la révélation concernant ce nouveau projet “All-New Marvel Now” attendu pour mars 2014.

Le site de l’éditeur:

Bunn avait-il besoin d’une telle promo ? :mrgreen:

L’adjectif INFAMOUS désignait Magneto. Après plusieurs mini-séries, le Maître du Magnétisme obtient son premier titre mensuel.

[quote=“Cullen Bunn”]Magneto in this story is very much a detective, seeking out and investigating threats to mutants before cutting loose with all the fury of a supervillain — or superhero, depending on your point of view…

We can sympathize with him even though he has been responsible for terrible crimes against humanity. He walks such a fine line. He’s standing up for his people — the mutants. He refuses to let them suffer as he has seen others suffer. But he’s taken steps to protect mutants that can only be seen as evil. His ideals are often ‘good’ while his methods are not.

Magneto should be seen as some kind of monster by the world at large. When he cuts loose, cities tremble. He might stand by the heroes from time to time, but he’s terrifying for the average person.

He’s out there — wandering about, waiting — but sooner or later he’s going to strike and when he does, chaos erupts. Magneto is cloaked in that sense of fear and dread.[/quote]

Purée, l’idée visuelle est absolument géniale.


Oui, c’est ce qu’il y a de plus emblématique pour le perso ! Je ne sais si on peut faire mieux !

[quote=“Cullen Bunn”]In this story, he’s a detective, judge, jury, and executioner when it comes to threats against mutants. He’s taking a proactive role in finding threats—and potential threats—and putting a decisive end to them. He’s ruthless in his quest, fighting fire with fire, and evil—as he defines it—with evil.

So, if I had to define Magneto’s role succinctly, it might be hunter.[/quote]


[quote=“Cullen Bunn”]At first, Magneto will be on his own. He will, however, soon realize that he needs allies. He will utilize his own network of contacts, and there will be some new characters showing up. We’ll see a team of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents who are hounding Magneto. And we might witness the rise of a new band of Acolytes.

I think the Acolytes will spark a lot of conversation – eventually. To begin with, though, we’re pretty focused on Magneto.[/quote]


La couverture du premier numéro en couleur:


Découvrez deux pages de “Magneto #1” réalisées par le dessinateur Gabriel Hernández Walta:

Voici la couverture variante de “Magneto #1” réalisée par Skottie Young:


:mrgreen: :mrgreen: Encore une fois ultra drôle.

Toujours ultra fan des dessins de Walta.

[quote]Magneto #1 (Unlettered)
Story by Cullen Bunn
Art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta
Cover by Paolo Rivera, John Cassaday, Mike Del Mundo
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, March 5th, 2014
He was once the deadliest and most feared mutant on the planet…and he will be again! Starting this March, writer Cullen Bunn and artist Gabriel Hernandez Walta weave a new noir/horror thriller featuring Erik Lehnsherr – known the world over as MAGNETO!
But Magneto is not the man he once was. And the world is a different, more dangerous place for mutants. Once a member of Cyclops’ team of renegade X-Men, it’s time for him to strike out and defend mutantkind on his own terms. It’s time to wage a new kind of war. One that will not only ensure mutant survival, but restore the Master of Magnetism to his former glory! He’s not afraid to get his hands bloody to do it…and he’ll prove once and for all why you should tremble at the sound of his name.
The one-man-war for mutantkind starts this March in MAGNETO #1![/quote]

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[quote]MAGNETO #1
STORY BY Cullen Bunn
ART BY Gabriel Hernandez Walta
COLORS BY Jordie Bellaire
COVER BY Paolo Rivera, John Cassaday, Mike Del Mundo, Skottie Young
PUBLISHER Marvel Comics
RELEASE DATE Wed, March 5th, 2014
Once the deadliest, most feared mutant mastermind on the planet, MAGNETO is no longer the man he once was. After falling in with Cyclops and the X-Men, Erik Lehnsherr became just one more pawn in another man’s war. But now, determined to fight the war for mutantkind’s survival on his own terms, Magneto sets out to regain what he’s lost…and show the world exactly why it should tremble at the sound of his name. Magneto will safeguard the future of the mutant race by hunting down each and every threat that would see his kind extinguished—and bloody his hands that they may never be a threat again.


Trois pages de Magneto #2:


Ça a l’air d’être pas mal…

Voici quelques pages de Magneto #2, suivies de la couverture variante réalisée par Jerome Opena:


[quote]MAGNETO #2
Written by: Cullen Bunn.
Art by: Gabriel Hernandez Walta.
Covers by: Chris Samnee, Jerome Opena.
Description: Horrors from Magneto’s past inform his decisions in the present as he hunts down the source of the newest threat to mutantkind. Meanwhile, S.H.I.E.L.D. catches a glimpse of Magneto’s new band of followers…
Pages: 32.
Price: $3.99.
In stores: April 2. [/quote]


[quote]MAGNETO #3
Written by: Cullen Bunn.
Art by: Gabriel Hernandez.
Covers by: Declan Shalvey, Mark Brooks.
Description: Magneto cuts loose! At the source of the newest Sentinel threat, Magneto puts what’s left of his magnetic powers to good use. This may very well be the first step in Magneto becoming the villain he once was…
Pages: 32.
Price: $3.99.
In stores: May 7. [/quote]


[quote]MAGNETO #4
Written by: Cullen Bunn.
Art by: Gabriel Hernandez.
Cover by: Declan Shalvey.
Description: “Profile of a Supremacist.” In the most brutal issue yet of this new noir/horror series, Magneto ruthlessly dismantles the latest threat to mutantkind… and we gain a greater understanding of why his mission is so important to him.
Pages: 32.
Price: $3.99.
In stores: May 21. [/quote]