SLAPSTICK #1-6 (Reilly Brown, Fred Van Lente/Norton, Brown)

"N’essayez pas ça chez vous, les enfants !"

*Malgré les annonces régulières de l’éditeur Marvel Comics depuis plus d’une semaine, une source anonyme a diffusé l’intégralité du Marvel Comics’ Marvel NOW! Previews Magazine sur la toile avant sa publication. On découvre ainsi les nouvelles séries de la nouvelle collection Marvel Now ; les relances ; les équipes créatives impliquées ; et même les titres qui continuent sans interruption. *

Alors que l’équipe des Mercs for Money fait face à d’importants changements, certains membres de la première formation auront les faveurs de leur propre série ou mini-série.

Transformé en créature de cartoon grâce à un artefact délirant, Slapstick tente depuis peu de survivre à sa dépression dans un monde qui ne peut pas comprendre son malheur acidulé.

Après s’être essayé à l’écriture sur la mini-série Deadpool & Cable : Split Second, le scénariste et dessinateur Reilly Brown met tout son talent au service de “l’humour slapstick” avec l’aide de Fred Van Lente (Weird Detective, Generation Zero) et Mike Norton (Revival).

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La faute à un emploi du temps chargé, Mike Norton laisse sa place au dessinateur Diego Orlotegui.

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[quote=“Van Lente”]He’s all-in, all the time. Slapstick has sort of convinced himself that he’s the Punisher. He’s sees himself as this gritty, realistic, grounded superhero who everybody should be respecting and making huge, big budget movies where he’s saving falling cities. In reality, though, he’s a mildly scary clown person with no nose and no dingus, and no one takes him seriously.

…]Essentially, the Marvel Universe is being invaded by very famous Saturday morning cartoons causing mayhem and destruction. Much to the shock of everyone, Slapstick is the only person that can save the Marvel Universe from a toonami, if you will, of violence and chaos.[/quote]

[quote=“Brown”]Slapstick is too involved with himself to remember other minor superheroes like Spider-Man. [Laughs] So he’s kind of shocked when they first meet. Spider-Man is like, “Seriously? You don’t know who I am? We’ve teamed up before! I’ve saved the world a bunch of times!”

And, of course, Spider-Man has issues with Slapstick’s completely irresponsible approach to fighting crime, while Slapstick thinks Spider-Man’s goody two-shoes approach is just ludicrous. It’s definitely fun playing the two characters off of each other.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE FRED VAN LENTE ET REILLY BROWN[/size]

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[quote]SLAPSTICK #1

Written by: Reilly Brown, Fred Van Lente.

Art by: Diego Olortegui.

Covers by: David Nakayama, Ron Lim, Rob Liefeld, Rahzzah, Bobby Rubio.

Description: Steve Harmon was an average teenager who had an average job as your average clown, living in average New Jersey. But after being zapped by weird and mysterious extradimensional energy, Steve became Slapstick, a living, breathing cartoon! Now, after joining, and then quitting, Deadpool’s Mercs for Money, Slapstick is striking it out on his own terms! Sure he’s gotta move back in with his parents, but these new business ventures take time. And anyways, he gets to team-up with the Amazing Spider-Man in his first issue. That seems like he’s doing pretty well to me!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Dec. 7. [/quote]

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Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote]SLAPSTICK #2

Written by: Reilly Brown, Fred Van Lente.

Art by: Diego Olortegui, Reilly Brown.

Covers by: David Nakayama, Reilly Brown.

Description: Slapstick vs. Bro-Man! Who or what is Bro-Man? Well, look at the cover! He’s another cartoon-like character! Also, is it weird that Slapstick is hiding a mad scientist in his parents’ basement? Probably!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Jan. 4. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote]SLAPSTICK #4

Written by: Reilly Brown, Fred Van Lente.

Art by: Diego Olortegui, Reilly Brown.

Covers by: David Nakayama, Diego Olortegui.

Description: Slapstick’s local mall is overrun by little cartoon minotaurs! The Taurs! They’re adorably deadly! Adeadlable! Plus: Why are there so many cartoons becoming real, anyways?

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: March 1. [/quote]

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[quote]SLAPSTICK #5

Written by: Reilly Brown, Fred Van Lente.

Art by: Diego Olortegui, Reilly Brown.

Covers by: David Nakayama, Diego Olortegui.

Description: Slapstick may have met his match at last when he meets the new ruler of Dimension Ecch! On the throne of games, you play or you get played.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: April 5. [/quote]

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[quote]SLAPSTICK #6

Written by: Reilly Brown, Fred Van Lente.

Art by: Diego Olortegui, Reilly Brown.

Cover by: David Nakayama.

Description: Trapped in Dimension Ecch! Slapstick is stuck in the dimension that made him a cartoon in the first place! Eek! And now he’s being forced to fight his best friend…to the death! Double eek!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: May 3. [/quote]

Source : comicscontinuum.com