OCCUPY AVENGERS #1-9 (David Walker / Pacheco, Walta)

"Reprenons la justice."

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Le scénariste David Walker (Power Man & Iron Fist) poursuit sa présentation des héros populo en prenant en main une nouvelle équipe de Vengeurs qui fleure bon la protestation sociale : Occupy Avengers.

À la tête de l’initiative, on retrouve Œil de Faucon ; héros qui s’est bâti une solide réputation d’homme du peuple en protégeant son quartier dans la série Hawkeye de Matt Fraction & David Aja.

David Walker collabore pour l’occasion avec le dessinateur Gabriel Hernandez Walta qui viendra juste de conclure sa prestation impeccable sur l’excellente série The Vision.

Occupy Avengers #1 sort en octobre.

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Hawkeye se rapproche de plus en plus de Green Arrow niveau rôle social.

C’était déjà le cas bien avant. Clint Barton est l’équivalent d’Oliver Queen, Grande gueule toujours à défendre les autres, il fut le seul Vengeurs à vouloir aidé les T-bolts…

Oui, j’y pensais en lisant l’article de Jack. Pas une surprise !

Le premier membre à rejoindre Hawkeye au sein de son équipe Occupy Avengers est Red Wolf.

[quote]Red Wolf is an interesting character to play with. There have been different versions over the years, but this one is fairly new, so it has been interesting getting into what makes him tick. For readers that don’t know Red Wolf, he’s a Native American, who was transported through time from the 1800s to now. In his own time, he was a badass, fighting for justice; now he’s a badass fighting for justice, but completely out of his element.

I drew a lot of inspiration from Captain America/Steve Rogers. I’m developing Red Wolf as this guy who has his smartphone with him at all times – he’s constantly looking things up, trying to learn about the world he stuck in. As with Clint, there’s an aspect of Red Wolf that is lost, and looking to find his way. What is really going to be fun will be when the other team members start to show up.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE DAVID WALKER[/size]

L’image en jette, en tout cas…

Voici les premières pages illustrées par… Carlos Pacheco ?!?

Source : www.comicosity.com

Il devrait s’occuper du premier arc en attendant l’arrivée de Walta pour le second arc.

[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #1

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Carlos Pacheco.

Covers by: Agustin Alessio, Michael Cho, Marco D’Alfonso, John Tyler Christopher, Kevin Nowlan.

Description: Super heroes – they’re a privileged class. Doing what they want, when they want and suffering none of the consequences. They have no regard for the ordinary people who are left behind to suffer in their wake. Something has to change. The question remains: Who will stand up for the little guy? There is a man. If you can find him, and if he believes in your cause – he and his friends will put things right. Some call them outlaws, rebels, vigilantes. To others, they’re heroes, through and through.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Nov. 2. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

Voici quelques pages de Occupy Avengers #2 :

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[quote]I knew from the very beginning that I wanted to do a story dealing with water rights, so it made sense to have some sort of water-related villain. I put together this list of villains that included characters like Hydro-Man and Water Wizard. I didn’t want the water-based villain to be the main villain, though. I wanted them to be the henchman or the stooge of this more grounded sort of villainy involving corporate greed.

Now I find myself looking at each story and asking, “Is there a way I can do this where we’ve got this villain that has these fantastic powers, but what’s going on is not necessarily their plan?”[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE DAVID WALKER[/size]

[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #2

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Carlos Pacheco.

Covers by: Carlos Pacheco, Declan Shalvey.

Description: Clint Barton wasn’t looking for trouble, but trouble found him. Caught in the clutches of the enemy, Clint and Red Wolf face certain death – which is too bad, because they would’ve made a great team.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Dec. 21. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #3

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Carlos Pacheco.

Covers by: Agustin Alessio, Dan Panosian.

Description: Because you demanded it - Nighthawk! But does he come as friend or foe? Clint Barton and Red Wolf have taken to the road, determined to defend those that can’t defend themselves. Unfortunately, that mission may end before it gets started as a deadly threat looms on the horizon. Meanwhile, Clint and Red Wolf are joined by an unlikely ally - a perfect member for their new team…unless, of course, they all get killed.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Jan. 11. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote] OCCUPY AVENGERS #4

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Carlos Pacheco.

Cover by: Mike Deodato.

Description: Wait a minute… Isn’t Nick Fury dead? The original Nick Fury, leader of the Howling Commandos. He’s dead. Right? Because someone that looks a whole lot like him is out to kill Clint and his renegade team of Occupy Avengers. Plus: Has Red Wolf found love?

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Feb. 22.

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Source : comicscontinuum.com

2 pages de Occupy Avengers #5 par Gabriel Walta :

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[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #5

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Gabriel Herman Walta.

Cover by: Paulo Siqueira.

Description: Welcome to Dungston, Iowa, the manure capital of the state and home of a deadly secret. When the team’s van breaks down, they find themselves in the last place on Earth anyone would want to be, up against an enemy no one could see coming. Plus, the newest member joins the team…sort of.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: March 29. [/quote]

Source : comicscontinuum.com

[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #6

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Gabriel Herman Walta.

Cover by: Paulo Siqueira.

Description: When the van broke down in the manure capital of Iowa, Hawkeye and his team never thought they were in danger. Unfortunately, they were wrong. Now they must fight to stay alive against an unlikely menace that has come to destroy Small Town, USA,

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: April 26. [/quote]

Source : comicscontinuum.com

[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #7

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Gabriel Walta.

Cover by: Nic Klein.

Description: Clint Barton and his team of Avengers find themselves caught in the middle of a deadly showdown of intergalactic proportions. Like really intergalactic. But that’s just the beginning of their problems (provided they don’t get killed before things get really bad).

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: May 31. [/quote]

Source : comicscontinuum.com

[quote]OCCUPY AVENGERS #8

Written by: David F. Walker.

Art by: Martin Morazzo et Jorge Coelho.

Cover by: Gabriel Herman Walta.

Description: Secret Empire tie-in! With Hawkeye pulled into the fray of Secret Empire, the rest of the team finds themselves without a leader on their most important mission to date, forcing Tilda to take charge. But honestly, was Clint that much of a leader? And with new members joining the fight, the team is poised to save the country, or die trying.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: June 28. [/quote]

Source : comicscontinuum.com

La série Occupy Avengers se termine avec le #9.