X-FORCE #1-15 (Simon Spurrier / Rock-He Kim)

Pour succéder à l’annonce récente de la nouvelle série Ms. Marvel, l’éditeur Marvel Comics dévoile un nouveau projet mystérieux, baptisé “Offensive”, réalisé par le scénariste Simon Spurrier (X-Men Legacy) et le dessinateur Rock-He Kim dans le cadre de la seconde vague de titres “All-New” Marvel Now:

Le site de l’éditeur: marvel.com


Offensive se dévoile être la nouvelle série “X-Force” qui reprendra, à partir de février, en conclusion des deux séries Cable & X-Force et Uncanny X-Force après le crossover “Vendetta”.

L’équipe, dirigée par Cable, comprendra l’ex-couple Fantomex/Psylocke de l’ère Remender et Marrow, une mutante utilisant ses os comme armes.

[quote=“Simon Spurrier”]This isn’t a steroidal macho-fest: It’s a slick, nasty, oh-so-grim beast that’ll cut your throat and blow up your headquarters before you even know it’s there.

Switch on the news and you’ve got unmanned drones violating international borders, governments listening in on their enemies — their allies and their own civilians alike, —unregistered aeronautical tech deployed in the field, defected oligarchs dying of radiation poisoning, whistleblowers vilified and so on. So we’re playing with a lot of layers here. Factionalism, politics, violence, plus all the very human-level dramas that underpin any good team book.[/quote]


j’aime bien marrow et le cast me plait.

[quote]Here’s the basic setup: Almost every nation in the Marvel Universe secretly employs superhuman operatives to pursue its covert interests. And always has.

We’re aware of some of these groups: Secret Avengers and MI-13 spring to mind. We’re going to be meeting a lot more. These guys aren’t necessarily about saving the world, they’re about serving the interests of their own people, their own nations. Keeping the home flag flying high.

In our world this endless shadow-game is played using technology and intelligence. In the Marvel U? They have super humans.

Some stuff has happened. One event in particular – we’re calling it “the Alexandria incident” – which has shaken the international intelligence community to its roots. And mutantkind is bearing the brunt.

So Cable has been thinking. He’s realized that the only way mutantkind is going to survive is to start dealing with The Modern World on its terms. Mutants need to start thinking of themselves as a state – without borders, without government, without centralized rule, but still: a disparate country in its own right.

And for that? They need to start playing the shadow game. As Cable himself puts it: “Nation of mutantkind needs a dirty tricks department. We’re it.”[/quote]


Marrow n’avait pas perdu ses pouvoirs ? Si oui, elle aurait donc profité de la force Phénix ?

Ben c’est l’explication la plus logique comme je te l’ai dit sur FC. Tu radotes mec.

non, regarde les horaires ! (entre temps, j’ai réfléchi).
Et puis tu radotes aussi d’un forum à l’autre ! :wink:

Vu que je te réponds sur les deux tu m’étonnes :mrgreen:

Ci-dessous, la couverture variante de X-Force #1 par Katie Cook:

Ci-dessous, une page de “X-Force #1” par Rock-He Kim:


Source: www.comicbookresources.com

Voici quelques pages de “X-Force #1”:



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C’est quand même un peu laid comme le péché, ces planches-là…


Pas faux…ça ne me donne pas envie du tout…

C’est le même coloriste que Crain ? (ou peut être est-ce Crain qui réalise les couleurs de ses planches !)

Je crois que Crain s’occupe aussi des couleurs de ses comics, oui…

[quote=“Le Doc”]

Je crois que Crain s’occupe aussi des couleurs de ses comics, oui…[/quote]

En fait soyouz trouve que ca Crain aussi.

c’est assez horrible

[quote=“Si Spurrier”]The new “X-Force” story begins about a month or two after an event which Cable refers to as “the Alexandria Incident”. All we know about it, at the start, is that a lot of people died and folks are generally blaming mutantkind. One of the major threads in Arc 1 will be about the team – and us – finding out first what happened and second who was behind it. And, oh so much more importantly, third, how it affected the people who were there.

Cable was there.

More prosaically: his power set is pretty wonky. Like I said above, the “flawed but determined” dynamic is something I’m keen to champion, so in general I prefer to avoid super-powerful characters in full control of their gifts. In Cable’s case his starting point spins directly out of how he’s left at the end of the current “Vendetta” crossover, so I must be a tad circumspect about giving things away.[/quote]



[quote]X-Force #1
Story by Si Spurrier
Art by Rock-He Kim
Cover by Rock-He Kim, Phil Noto, Katie Cook
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, February 12th, 2014
Almost every sovereign state in the Marvel Universe makes use of sanctioned superhumans to protect national interests and pursue a covert agenda. The United States has the Secret Avengers. The United Kingdom has MI13. And mutantkind has X-FORCE. In this dirty, secret, no-holds-barred, deadly game of superhuman black ops, veteran X-Man Cable and his team will spy, torture, and kill to ensure that the mutant race not only has a place in the world…but also a stake in it.[/quote]

Source: www;comicbookresources.com