Cet automne, Marvel Comics donnera le coup d’envoi d’une nouvelle initiative intitulée MARVEL LEGACY. Marvel annonce un retour aux sources, à l’ancienne numérotation des plus vieux titres de son catalogue, des récits qui seront des points d’entrée idéals…un accent mis sur les personnages iconiques mais sans oublier la nouvelle génération du Marvel NOW.
Bref, « de l’espoir, du plaisir, du fun, du sense of wonder » !
Marvel a dévoilé une salve de 52 (!) titres par le biais de couvertures teasers rendant hommage à une illustration passée. La numérotation et les équipes créatives n’ont pas encore été révélées.
Le titre venant à peine d’être relancé, Peter Parker : The Spectacular Spider-Man devrait garder la même équipe créative, le scénariste Chip Zdarsky et le dessinateur Adam Kubert, qui enverront le héros…en prison !
Peter Parker is back in the friendly neighborhood, but he’s persona non grata as far as the NYPD is concerned! It’s the ol’ switcheroo as we here at the House of Ideas ask that classic question – PETER PARKER: THREAT OR MENACE?!
Interview de Chip Zdarsky sur le site SyFy Wire :
You and Adam relaunched Spectacular Spidey earlier this summer and really took a ‹ back to basics › approach with it. Will that type of storytelling change at all with the Legacy roll-out?
I feel like our book was conceived with the ideas around Legacy already in mind, so we’re continuing the story and the feeling we’ve started with. Though, the beginning of Legacy’s roll-out does happen to coincide with our ramping up of danger for Spidey, so maybe part of Legacy is making the lives of our heroes really hard? I don’t know. Nobody at Marvel really talks to me.
The ‹ Parker luck › is such a big part of the character. But Chip, I like what you said once that what you love about Spidey is that both Peter and Spider-Man are never both on a roll at the same time. If Spidey’s not a target of the cops, then it’s Peter’s turn to be struggling. Why do you think that is so key to the character?
A hero without hardship isn’t super interesting, but a hero CONSTANTLY under hardship can be draining. The narrative balance between Spidey and Peter really helps to keep things interesting.
Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man is a very different type of comic. Will your books interact in any way?
Not in a “MAJOR EPIC CROSSOVER COLLECT ALL PARTS” kind of way, at least for the time being. But what happens in each of the titles affects the status quo in the other. When Dan kills Aunt May and brings back Uncle Ben as a gun-toting vigilante this fall, I’ll make sure to reflect that in Spectacular.
What characters, classic and new, can we expect to see moving forward? Any storylines you can tease?
I don’t want to get TOO specific, but there are a bunch of classic villains popping up for an epic showdown with Spidey, so he’ll need help from some old friends. After that, we’ll be dealing with a pretty intense global threat with roots in Spidey’s far past. It’s the biggest thing I’ve had the chance to write, so I’m pretty excited, especially to see how Adam draws it all!
Description: « Most Wanted, » part one. Peter Parker is back in the friendly neighborhood, but he’s persona non grata as far as the NYPD is concerned! It’s the ol’ switcheroo as we here at the House of Ideas ask that classic question - Peter Parker: threat or menace?
Description: « Most Wanted, » part two. As if the police being after Peter and his sister Teresa weren’t enough, Black Panther in on their trail. Is he out to secure the Twilight Protocol information or just secure it for himself? Either way, Spider-Man’s not giving up his sister without a fight!
Chip Zdarsky (W), Adam Kubert (A)
Cover by MARCOS MARTIN Variant Cover by ADAM KUBERT Variant Cover by ALEX ROSS Variant Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG Remastered VARIANT COVER BY FRANK MILLER Remastered Sketch Variant Cover by FRANK MILLER Hulk VARIANT COVER BY David Nakayama
MOST WANTED Part 4
An oversized anniversary epic, told the only way your pre-eminent pals in the Spidey-Office know how – in the Mighty Marvel Manner! For weeks, the Tinkerer has been launching a campaign against his do-gooder brother, the Mason, and Spidey’s nearly met his maker more than once trying to stop their sibling rivalry! With a little help from a tech-heavy team of Marvel heroes, Spider-Man takes the fight directly to Tinkerer! But Tinkerer’s got tech of his own…and it’s out of this world!
56 pages, $5.99.
J’ai lu le début de ça, et c’est sympa. Rien de génial, c’est classique, mais c’est plein de surprises, les cliffhangers tombent bien, les personnages secondaires sont nombreux et pas mal exploités, on sent que la recette Slott est reproduite, notamment dans l’usage de vieux personnages. Donc c’est plutôt sympa.
Description: Peter Parker, his sister (?) Teresa and J. Jonah Jameson take a trip back in time! The massive events of issue #300 presented them with a problem so huge that the only solution is way back in the past. The biggest challenge here won’t be keeping Jameson from changing the future, but it’s up there!
Peter Parker, his sister (?) Teresa and J. Jonah Jameson take a trip back in time! The massive events of issue #300 presented them with a problem so huge that the only solution is way back in the past. The biggest challenge here won’t be keeping Jameson from changing the future, but it’s up there!
Print Release Date
March 28 2018
Description: « Amazing Fantasy, » part three. Peter Parker, Teresa Durand and J. Jonah Jameson will attempt to save the future…by fighting for it in the past! But will their time-traveling gamble pay off or only alter the course of history for the worse?
Chip Zdarsky (W) • Adam Kubert, Jason Keith (A/C)
AMAZING FANTASY Continues!
• PETER PARKER and allies TERESA PARKER and J. JONAH JAMESON may have saved the past from the Tinkerer’s nefarious scheme — but they’ve returned to a future they never knew!
• Have their heroic escapades destroyed the timeline or created the nightmare of an alternate future?
• A future where an even deadlier threat than the Tinkerer has taken over…
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
PETER PARKER: THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #1
Written by: Chip Zdarsky, Mike Drucker.
Art by: Mike Allred, Chris Bachalo.
Cover by: Mike Allred.
Description: J. Jonah Jameson is armed with one of the world’s greatest secrets: the identity of Spider-Man! Now Spidey has to suffer the consequences as Jonah infiltrates his life! But Jonah’s past threatens to unravel everything as he fights for his life against … The Jonah Slayer!
Description: Having traveled through space and time, there’s one thing left for Spidey to do: Stop The Vedomi, a universal collective of artificial intelligences, from destroying all human life! Can he do it? And even if he can, what will it cost?!
Description: The Vedomi invaded Earth back in #300, leading Spider-Man on a journey through the past and future to try and defeat them. Did it work? Find out here in the conclusion to the first year of Chip Zdarsky and Adam Kubert’s run on PP:SSM!