THOR & LOKI: THE TENTH REALM (Aaron, Ewing/Bianchi, Garbett)

L’éditeur Marvel Comics “tease” un nouveau projet Original Sin présentant la mystérieuse sœur cachée de Loki et Thor. Il s’agit probablement de la mini-série hebdomadaire sollicitée en juillet avec, aux manettes, nuls autres que Jason Aaron et Al Ewing, les scénaristes respectifs de Thor: God of Thunder et Loki: Agent of Asgard. Ils seront aidés (toujours d’après les sollicitations) par les dessinateurs Simone Bianchi et Lee Garbett, ainsi que par Dale Keown (auteur de l’image présentée ci-dessous) aux couvertures.

Cette mini-série en 5 numéros, qui est pour le moment désignée par le titre “Original Sin 5.1 à 5.5”, succédera à Original Sin: Iron Man Vs. Hulk publié en juin.

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Lors du C2E2 qui se déroule actuellement à Chicago, l’éditeur a dévoilé l’image finale qui révèle Angela dans le rôle de la mystérieuse sœur de Thor et Loki.

[size=85]Pour rappel, Angela est une chasseuse de Spawns créée par la scénariste Neil Gaiman dans la série de Todd McFarlane. Suite à une brouille concernant Miracle Man, Neil Gaiman a permis à Marvel Comics de récupérer le personnage. Elle a fait sa première apparition il y a un an dans la saga Age of Ultron avant de prendre un rôle plus important dans la série Guardians of the Galaxy.[/size]

[quote=“Al Ewing”]I suppose I find Odin interesting because he’s pretty close to the idea of the gods as capricious, often brutal, forces of nature. In the Marvel Universe, Odin was known for his mood swings, his rages and his unreasonable behavior as much as for his nobility or sense of justice. You never quite knew which Odin you’d get, which was fun.

As for Angela – she’s a character with a particular warrior code, a system of ethics that’s slightly foreign to what we usually see in Marvel heroes. (And we’ll be seeing more of that code, and the culture she’s from, as the story unfolds.) So that’s always good; the chance to look at the universe through a different set of eyes and assumptions. Plus, it’s nice writing a character who can kick Thor’s head in any day of the week and twice on Sundays.

As for how Loki fits in with Angela and the Tenth Realm – well, he’s not sure about a new sibling coming into the mix just when things are finally going well between him and his brother. On the other hand, the Tenth Realm offers him something Asgard never could – though you’ll have to read the book to find out what.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE AL EWING[/size]

Voici les premières pages de Thor & Loki: The Tenth Realm #1:

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Une page supplémentaire de Thor & Loki: The Tenth Realm:

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[quote]THOR & LOKI: THE TENTH REALM #1
STORY BY Jason Aaron, Al Ewing
ART BY Lee Garbett, Simone Bianhci
COLORS BY Nolan Woodard
COVER BY Dale Keown, Simone Bianchi
PUBLISHER Marvel Comics
COVER PRICE: $3.99
RELEASE DATE Wed, July 9th, 2014
(This issue is also presented as “Original Sin” #5.1)[/quote]

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Voici trois page supplémentaires de Thor & Loki: The Tenth Realm #1 par Simone Bianchi:

[quote=“Al Ewing”]Basically, “Loki” #5 comes before the finale of “Last Days of Midgard,” and then we’re into the “Tenth Realm.” So it’s fairly straightforward.

New reader friendliness is job one – I’ve tried to make sure that a new reader will be able to work out exactly what’s going on if they’ve never picked up “Thor” or “Loki” before. Or “Original Sin,” for that matter. Or “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The ideal situation is if “Tenth Realm” #1 is someone’s very first Marvel comic and they can still figure it all out exactly. (Those folks might need the recap to help, though. I’m not above leaning slightly on the recap.)[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE AL EWING[/size]

[quote]Original Sin: Thor & Loki - The Tenth Realm #2
Story by Jason Aaron, Al Ewing
Art by Simone Bianchi, Lee Garbett
Colors by Nolan Woodard
Cover by Dale Keown, Simone Bianchi
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, July 23rd, 2014
• Thanks to the events of ORIGINAL SIN, the deepest secret of the Nine Realms is revealed… a Tenth Realm! • Thor and Loki embark on a quest to discover this strange new world – and the sister Thor never knew he had… Angela! • But can Loki be trusted? And will brother and sister murder each other before the truth comes out?[/quote]

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[quote]Original Sin: Thor & Loki - The Tenth Realm #3
Story by Jason Aaron, Al Ewing
Art by Simone Bianchi, Lee Garbett
Colors by Adriano Dall’Alpi, Nolan Woodard
Cover by Simone Bianchi
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, August 6th, 2014
ORIGINAL SIN #5.3. Thor and Loki embark on a quest to discover this strange new world and the sister Thor never knew he had! But can Loki be trusted? And will brother and sister murder each other before the truth comes out?[/quote]

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[quote]THOR & LOKI: THE TENTH REALM #4 (of 5)
JASON AARON & AL EWING (w) • LEE GARBETT & SIMONE BIANCHI (a)
Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
• Thanks to the events of Original Sin, the deepest secret of the Nine Realms is revealed… a Tenth Realm!
• Thor and Loki embark on a quest to discover this strange new world – and the sister Thor never knew he had… Angela!
• But can Loki be trusted? And will brother and sister murder each other before the truth comes out?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99[/quote]

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L’artiste Simone Bianchi parle de son travail sur la mini-série Thor & Loki: The Tenth Realm:

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[quote]My process has changed over the past three-four years. When I started working with Grant Morrison and DC on “Shining Knight,” and after that with Marvel, I used to have a very complicated process. I started with very loose thumbnails with the basic layout of the page. Once I was done with that I was going to move into taking pictures for every single panel which is a colossal pain in the ass. [Laughs] It was extremely time consuming as you can imagine. When it comes to a cover you can do that, but when you have to draw twenty, twenty-two pages in five weeks, it’s a lot of work but I used to do that. With “Wolverine,” “Astonishing X-Men,” “Thor: For Asgard,” “X-Force” and my second “Wolverine” run I used to take a shitload of pictures. I have so many pictures in my computer you can barely count them.

Starting with “Thanos Rising,” for whatever reason – without even thinking about it too much – I completely quit the photographing process. Not only that I completely quit doing thumbnails as well. I started doing my breakdowns straight on the art boards. The time that was needed for me to redraw the thumbnails on a bigger scale with a lightbox on the final page, even that part of the process was so extremely time-consuming. It was just too much work. With “Thanos Rising,” I started reading the script and got the art board and started sketching out the breakdowns straight on the paper. When I had all twenty-two pages done I went through them, changed some little things and then I started to tighten the pencils. This helped me speed up my process so much. I was once able to do no more than fifteen pages a month. Maybe even less than that. Now I can handle twenty pages a month easily. All this was possible just because the process itself changed. It happens naturally. I didn’t have to think about it it just happened.[/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE L’ARTISTE SIMONE BIANCHI[/size]

[quote]Original Sin: Thor & Loki - The Tenth Realm #5
Story by Jason Aaron, Al Ewing
Art by Simone Bianchi, Lee Garbett
Colors by Adriano Dall’Alpi, Nolan Woodard
Cover by Simone Bianchi
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, September 17th, 2014
EVERYBODY HAS ONE.[/quote]

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