SPIDER-GWEN #0-24 (Jason Latour / Robbi Rodriguez)

Après un épisode spécial de Edge of Spider-Verse et une première série “régulière” (qui compte seulement 5 numéros), le titre Spider-Gwen reviendra sur les étalages avec un tout nouveau numéro 1 sous les crayons de ses créateur: le scénariste Jason Latour et le dessinateur Robbi Rodriguez.

Et pour ceux qui se poseraient la question de savoir si le multivers Marvel sera toujours d’actualité après les évènements de la saga Secret Wars, l’auteur précise que la jeune héroïne sera bien de retour sur son monde alternatif d’origine, la Terre-65, où elle a débuté officiellement sa carrière de Spider-Woman en assistant à la mort de son camarade Peter Parker transformé en Lézard.

Le premier arc verra d’ailleurs Spider-Girl tenter d’empêcher la formule du Lézard de se répandre dans les rues de la ville de New York. Le policier Frank Castle et Matt Murderdock seront aussi de la partie.

[quote=“Jason Latour”]Gwenom is a story I do have a lot of ideas for. And maybe we’ll make our way there eventually. But it’s definitely not something we’re going to force.

We do have a big new guest star in the first arc, a new twist on a very popular and familiar hero that I won’t spoil. I know that doesn’t sound like I’m giving you much but hey – what if I told you we might meet the Osborns? Cause there are a couple of dudes in this book who look a lot like those guys.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE JASON LATOUR[/size]

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Le site de l’éditeur: marvel.com

ah enfin un reboot de cette série. On ne comprenait plus rien avec la continuité :smiley:

Sinon, j’ai lu les quelques premiers épisodes de la série précédente. C’est clairement une réponse de Marvel à la nouvelle ***Black Batgirl Canary ***avec des codes contemporains, du rock, de la légèreté, une héroïne post-ado. C’est pas dingue mais c’est pas mauvais non plus. Et puis Latour, c’est bien.

Sauf sur Wolverine & The X-Men !

c’est sympa ses pantoufles

Ah oui tiens _

La couverture variante de Spider-Gwen #1:

Trois pages de Spider-Gwen #1 suivies des couvertures variantes par Skottie Young, Francesco Francavilla et Bruce Timm:

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]One of the things we wanted to do was create some villains for Gwen that weren’t necessarily direct corollaries to stuff Peter Parker had to deal with, so using somebody like Daredevil or Frank Castle seemed like an interesting way to introduce a street level New York element into the book and keep it a little grounded. Because like you said; it’s a little absurd and a little out there in a lot of ways, but I think that underneath it all there’s a grounded street level almost noirish story going on. I always joke that this book, and a lot of my books, are me trying to come to terms with Frank Miller. [Laughs]

It’s a bit like an episode of “The Twilight Zone,” come to think of it. It’s just an attempt to look for windows into characters that allow you to investigate what’s universally powerful about the questions their stories pose. And, of course, the new context allows you to look at it with new eyes. That and, well, Earth 65 is our little strange vantage point on things that happen here in real life as much as anything. The Stacy’s story, and what that’s about, is something I’m wrestling with in real life.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE JASON LATOUR[/size]

[quote]Spider-Gwen #1
Story by Jason Latour
Art by Robbi Rodriguez
Colors by Rico Renzi
Letters by VC - Clayton Cowles
Cover by Robbi Rodriguez, Nick Bradshaw, Sonia Oback
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Oct 14th, 2015
BECAUSE YOU DEMANDED IT!
Gwen Stacy is back in the webs and has an all-new, all-different mystery to solve: the reappearance of The Lizard! Spider-Woman was convinced that the Lizard died in her arms along with Peter Parker. But when a similar monster goes on a reptilian rampage, she’s left with doubts not only about Peter’s life, but his death as well. And witness the debut of the Osborns of Earth-65! Fan-favorite creators Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez & Rico Renzi are back for more with a story that every Spider-Fan will be talking about![/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]I can’t spoil anything, but what makes this universe different than others is that she’s already aware there’s a 616, and has the potential to bounce back and forth. It’s not a thing that characters like Ultimate Spider-Man, for instance, were designed for from the start. And that makes her unique. It’s a little more akin to DC Comics’ Earth 1 and Earth 2, where Superman knew there was another Superman.

spider-man-and-spider-gwenSo yes, she’s always going to work best in a world without Peter Parker. But that doesn’t mean that she can’t work in a world with him. And that’s something I want to play with eventually. People have a lot of assumptions about how the modern Peter Parker views our Gwen or vice versa, but we haven’t really had a lot of breadth to get into that.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE JASON LATOUR[/size]

Plutôt sympa.

En avant-première de la série Spider-Gwen, l’éditeur Marvel Comics réédite les origines de la jeune héroïne, racontées dans Edge of Spider-Verse #2, sous le titre Spider-Gwen #0. Le numéro en question comprend aussi des bonus dont le scénario de Jason Latour et les recherches de Robbi Rodriguez.

[quote]SPIDER-GWEN #0

STORY BY Jason Latour
ART BY Robbi Rodriguez
COLORS BY Rico Renzi
COVER BY Robbi Rodriguez
PUBLISHER Marvel Comics
COVER PRICE: $4.99
RELEASE DATE Nov 4th, 2015

• GWEN STACY: SPIDER-WOMAN! In one universe, it wasn’t Peter Parker bitten by the radioactive Spider, but Gwen Stacy! She’s smart, charming and can lift a car – Just don’t tell her Police Chief father! This special reprint of the top-selling EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #2 comes packed with bonus material including script pages, sketches and more![/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

[quote]SPIDER-GWEN #2

STORY BY Jason Latour
ART BY Robbi Rodriguez
COLORS BY Rico Renzi
COVER BY Robbi Rodriguez, Cliff Chiang
PUBLISHER Marvel Comics
COVER PRICE: $3.99
RELEASE DATE Nov 11th, 2015

• The Lizard is loose!

• As if that wasn’t bad enough, Spider-Gwen finds herself on SHIELD’s most wanted list![/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

Voici la couverture variante de Spider-Gwen #3 par Jason Latour :

Source: newsarama.com

Le scénariste Jason Latour et l’artiste Robbi Rodriguez présentent la Captain America de la Terre-65 (afro-américaine et femme, j’en connais qui vont s’arracher les cheveux) :

Ci-dessous, la couverture de la réédition de Spider-Gwen #0 par Bengal :

Source: www.bleedingcool.com

[quote]SPIDER-GWEN #4

(W) Jason Latour (A/CA) Robbi Rodriguez

• GWEN TAKES ON THE GOBLINS!

• 'Nuff said.

Rated T

Item Code: NOV150838In Shops: 1/6/2016SRP: $3.99[/quote]

Source: www.comicvine.com

[quote]SPIDER-GWEN #5

Written by: Jason Latour.

Art by: Chris Visions.

Covers by: Robbi Rodriguez, Michael Cho.

Description: Captain George Stacy has always been a big force in Spider-Gwen’s life. But knowing that his daughter is the Spider-hero swinging around the city has taken its toll on him. Can he come to grips with the knowledge? Can she handle her police captain father if he can’t?

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Feb. 10. [/quote]

Source: www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote]SPIDER-GWEN #6

Written by: Jason Latour.

Art by: Robbi Rodriguez.

Covers by: Robbi Rodriguez, Emanuela Lupacchino.

Description: The first arc concludes! Captain America joins forces with Spider-Gwen to take down the Green Goblin!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: March 9. [/quote]

Source : www.comicscontinuum.com

Après 10 ans dans le milieu, le jeune dessinateur Robbi Rodriguez - artiste qu’on a (re)découvert il y a quelques temps sur la surprenante série Federal Bureau of Physics avant qu’il ne fasse une nouvelle percée sur la série populaire Spider-Gwen - a révélé qu’il quittait la scène comics lors du C2E2 à Chicago (non sans asticoter le fan en suggérant son dernier projet : Gwenom !).

Une annonce d’autant plus étonnante qu’il révélait, il y a à peine un an, que Spider-Gwen était un “grand projet de carrière”. Il n’a d’ailleurs pas expliqué la raison de son départ (ambition ? finance ? une future annulation de Spider-Gwen ?) ni ce qu’il allait faire ensuite.

Quoiqu’il en soit, cet artiste de talent au trait dynamique risque fort de manquer à la profession.