NICK FURY : JAMES ROBINSON ET ACO DANS LA VEINE DE STERANKO

Prolifique, James Robinson ? Un peu. Le scénariste profite de la conclusion de Squadron Supreme pour s'atteler à un nouveau projet chez Marvel Comics qui l'éloigne un tant soit peu des mutants (Scarlet Witch et Cable) : Nick Fury.

Dans la veine des récits d'espionnages survoltés de papa Fury (notamment ceux de Jim Steranko), idée consolidée par les quelques extraits du dessinateur ACO (Midnighter), Nick Fury Jr. se lance dans un jeu du chat et de la souris avec sa contre-partie Frankie Noble, agent de l'Hydra, dans une succession d'arcs que l'auteur promet courts.

"Le Fury que nous avons à l'esprit et les missions sur lesquelles nous comptons l'envoyer correspondent à un format court, d'histoire en un seul numéro. [...] S'il y a un but à atteindre, c'est celui de présenter un Fury qui commence à se sentir à l'aise en prenant la place de son paternel. Au fur et à mesure, nous allons découvrir le jeu d'esprit et de compétence qui se joue entre Fury et ce nouveau personnage - Franki Noble, l'agent de l'Hydra. Il est en tout point l'opposé de [notre héros]." - James Robinson

Nick Fury #1 sort en avril 2017 aux États-Unis.

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Avatar de soyouz

Y a du taff au niveau du dessin, semble-t-il ...

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[img:lqoso7gl]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/bd/bd2/NICKFURY_Prev-1.jpg[/img:lqoso7gl] [quote:lqoso7gl]NICK FURY #4 Written by James D. Robinson Art by ACO, Hugo Petrus, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Travis Lanham Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: July 5, 2017 DEEP BLUE SEA! • NICK FURY goes undercover and under the sea to uncover a HYDRA spy in ATLANTIS! • With a limited air supply and time running out, it’s a quick dive-and-surface mission… • That is, if he can evade ATTUMA’S wrath! • Take a deep breath, and submerge yourself in THE DEEP BLUE SEA CAPER![/quote:lqoso7gl] [img:lqoso7gl]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/bd/bd2/NICKFURY_Prev-3.jpg[/img:lqoso7gl] [img:lqoso7gl]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/bd/bd2/NICKFURY_Prev-4.jpg[/img:lqoso7gl] [img:lqoso7gl]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/bd/bd2/NICKFURY_Prev-5.jpg[/img:lqoso7gl] Source : [url:lqoso7gl]http://www.comicosity.com[/url:lqoso7gl]

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[img:2x19ayvs]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview9/preview9.1./nickfury2a.jpg[/img:2x19ayvs] [quote:2x19ayvs]NICK FURY #2 Written by: James Robinson. Art by: ACO. Covers by: ACO, Marco Rudy. Description: Bang zoom, to the moon!! Fury's next out of this world mission lands him on a secret moon base! Pages: 32. Price: $3.99. In stores: May 17. [/quote:2x19ayvs] [img:2x19ayvs]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview9/preview9.1./nickfury22.jpg[/img:2x19ayvs] [img:2x19ayvs]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview9/preview9.1./nickfury23.jpg[/img:2x19ayvs] [img:2x19ayvs]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview9/preview9.1./nickfury24.jpg[/img:2x19ayvs] Source : [url:2x19ayvs]http://www.comicscontinuum.com[/url:2x19ayvs]

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[quote:3qwtfxu8]In the first issue, both the setting and the characters cried out for that 60's style. Also, it was an opportunity to evoke Steranko's era of Nick Fury at the same time. Visually, I also kept in mind his adaptation of Outland. His design, narrative and imagination are still a reference nowadays and I wanted to convey an echo of his work. In addition, we wanted to express a certain feeling of pop art. To achieve this, the color was of vital importance, and in that sense I am very happy with the work of Rachelle Rosenberg. I've always thought that color in a comic works like the soundtrack in a movie. It sets the tone of the story without needing to pay much attention. Rachelle understood perfectly that the book needed to be bright, saturated and loud, but well put together which is very difficult and says a lot about her talent. In this sense we have been very fortunate to have her. Colorists deserve greater recognition in the industry. Much more.[/quote:3qwtfxu8] [url=http://www.newsarama.com/34223-inside-the-pop-art-nick-fury-with-the-artist-aco.html:3qwtfxu8][b:3qwtfxu8][size=200:3qwtfxu8]INTERVIEW DE ACO[/size:3qwtfxu8][/b:3qwtfxu8][/url:3qwtfxu8] [img:3qwtfxu8]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/comic9/comic9.1/10-11.jpg[/img:3qwtfxu8]

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[img:sldx4em4]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview4/preview4.1/preview4.2/nickfury1a.jpg[/img:sldx4em4] [quote:sldx4em4]NICK FURY #1 Written by: James Robinson. Art by: ACO. Covers by: ACO, Greg Land, Bill Sienkiewicz, John Tyler Christopher. Description: Whether it's aboard a speeding train, in the underwater city of Atlantis or even the surface of the moon -- Fury gets the job done! His first mission? A trip to the beautiful French Riviera! Only this is no vacation. Amid the bright casino lights and beautiful picturesque vistas, there's something foul at play. Every issue: New mission. High-tech weapons. Higher stakes espionage. Non-stop action. He'll dare any danger. He'll fight any foe. He is...Nick Fury! Pages: 32. Price: $3.99. In stores: April 19. [/quote:sldx4em4] [img:sldx4em4]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/TV/TV2/nickfury12.jpg[/img:sldx4em4] [img:sldx4em4]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/TV/TV2/nickfury13.jpg[/img:sldx4em4] [img:sldx4em4]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/TV/TV2/nickfury14.jpg[/img:sldx4em4] Source : [url:sldx4em4]http://www.comicscontinuum.com[/url:sldx4em4]

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[quote:2m7wshcz]Each issue follows Fury on a different assignment in a different part of the world. In issue #1, he’ll be on the French Riviera. In Issue #4, he’ll be in Atlantis. The stories will have a feel similar to things like “Mission Impossible” and “Ocean’s 11,” but they’ll also have an element of “Spy Vs. Spy” in that I’ve given him an archenemy — a new character named Frankie. She’s a bad-ass, crazy Hydra agent who’s very much on her own. She’s a solo operative for Hydra in the same way Nick Fury is for S.H.I.E.L.D. in this book.[/quote:2m7wshcz] [url=http://www.cbr.com/interview-nick-fury-marvel-james-robinson/:2m7wshcz][b:2m7wshcz][size=200:2m7wshcz]INTERVIEW DE JAMES ROBINSON[/size:2m7wshcz][/b:2m7wshcz][/url:2m7wshcz]

Avatar de Oncle Hermes

Ça perd un peu à la recolorisation, mais dans l'ensemble, je plussoie tous les avis positifs exprimés plus haut. 8)

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[img:971xc2gc]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview4/preview4.1/preview4.2/nickfury1a.jpg[/img:971xc2gc] [quote:971xc2gc]NICK FURY #1 Written by: James Robinson. Art by: ACO. Covers by: ACO, Greg Land, Bill Sienkiewicz, John Tyler Christopher. Description: Whether it's aboard a speeding train, in the underwater city of Atlantis or even the surface of the moon -- Fury gets the job done! His first mission? A trip to the beautiful French Riviera! Only this is no vacation. Amid the bright casino lights and beautiful picturesque vistas, there's something foul at play. Every issue: New mission. High-tech weapons. Higher stakes espionage. Non-stop action. He'll dare any danger. He'll fight any foe. He is...Nick Fury! Pages: 32. Price: $3.99. In stores: April 19. [/quote:971xc2gc] [img:971xc2gc]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview4/preview4.1/preview4.2/nickfury11.jpg[/img:971xc2gc] [img:971xc2gc]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview4/preview4.1/preview4.2/nickfury12.jpg[/img:971xc2gc] [img:971xc2gc]http://www.cine-sanctuary.com/public/sanctuary/img/preview4/preview4.1/preview4.2/nickfury13.jpg[/img:971xc2gc] Source : [url:971xc2gc]http://www.comicscontinuum.com[/url:971xc2gc]

Avatar de Blackiruah

Ouuuuh yeaaah !

Avatar de KabFC

la note d'intention plus le dessin, je dis banco. Moi j'achète. Bon ok, j'aurais préféré le retour du papa.

Avatar de Jim Lainé

Excellente nouvelle. Je me demandais quand Marvel allait redonner de l'importance à son espion (même si c'est la version "junior"). Et ça arrive, avec en plus un scénariste que j'aime beaucoup. Jim

Avatar de Benoît

Projet alléchant et la note d'intention de replonger Fury dans des histoires d'espionnages (sf?) high-tech est stimulante, surtout avec un dessinateur qui aime jouer avec la mise en scène et le découpage à l'instar de ce que pouvait faire Steranko sur le personnage. Espérons qu'en trois mois avant le début de la parution, il aura le temps de tomber le maximum de planches parce qu'il n'a jamais fournis deux épisodes complets d'affilée sur Midnighter.

Avatar de artemus dada

[b:2coy5ax2]Robinson[/b:2coy5ax2] + [b:2coy5ax2]Aco[/b:2coy5ax2] = j'en suis ! (En voilà de la belle info, merci [b:2coy5ax2]Jack[/b:2coy5ax2] & meilleurs vœux !!)