laughing_tree: (Seaworth)
[personal profile] laughing_tree


‘And then I kind of find myself wanting to lecture some of the editors about “No, no…” Like an editor said to me, “Batman believes in redemption. He believes that these people can be redeemed,” and I’m going, “Well, I’m not sure which Batman that you’re talking about. The Batman I know believes that criminals are a cowardly and superstitious lot.”’ -- Christopher J. Priest

Read more... )
laughing_tree: (Seaworth)
[personal profile] laughing_tree


"I had this line in Captain America and the Falcon where Captain America was on the verge of having an affair with the Scarlet Witch, and he was not sure if he should proceed, and Falcon turns to him and says, I just realized something, you stink at problems you can’t solve with your fists.

"And I wanted to demonstrate that Deathstroke does not need to solve every problem with his fists. That he is an incredibly intelligent guy, and his intellect hasn’t always been the highlight of his adventures. In my book, his intellect is his deadliest weapon and his greatest superpower. A lot of times, he doesn’t have to whack you out, he just has to give you enough rope to hang yourself."
-- Christopher J. Priest

Read more... )
laughing_tree: (Default)
[personal profile] laughing_tree


"Although its feature set is manic violence, Deathstroke is actually a family drama falling short of a Shakespearean tragedy starring Slade Wilson as an ersatz King Lear, his ex-wife Adeline as Lady Macbeth, and Wintergreen as Prospero from The Tempest." -- Christopher J. Priest

Read more... )
icon_uk: (Default)
[personal profile] icon_uk
At least for a little while...

As I ponder the UK's bewildering referendum decision to leave the European Union I may need to retreat into silliness (it helps deaden the disappintment and pain).

Weirdly enough, my first foray into that is going to be via Jason Todd, in a classic romance comic situation.... kinda....

Red Hood and Arsenal #13 )
thanekos: Yoshikage Kira as Kosaku Kawajiri, after the second arrow. (Default)
[personal profile] thanekos
Sometimes, they come along with the one you'd be expected to be thinking.

That happened to Erica Roberson (born Erica Seleski) when she was in the hospital.

She'd ended up there after her nuclear dad'd exploded in her face.

Something came after her.

Something from space. )
laughing_tree: (Default)
[personal profile] laughing_tree


"Thor is about a rebellious son who can’t please his father no matter what he does. Odin’s a jerk. He claims to have a very clear vision of Thor’s destiny, one that doesn’t involve wasting time with Earthlings, but like many fathers, he’s much better at articulating what Thor isn’t supposed to do than what he is supposed to do. There’s poor Thor, just trying to follow his heart, while Odin--time and again with all the compassion of a hurricane--punishes Thor for breaking specious rules that were never very clear to begin with. THAT, I got. THAT, hundreds of thousands of teenage readers have been getting since 1962. Characters, if they’re to have any longevity, have to speak to universal concerns." -- Mark Waid

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


'I also always thought this scenario would be creepy, an alien dropping a powerful weapon on our planet and saying, “Right now you have to protect this place.” That’s weird. I thought that this is basically an alien culture interfering with the native culture for reasons of their own interest.' -- Kieron Gillen

Read more... )

Hulk #1

Jun. 24th, 2014 03:43 pm
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


"I really do just dive down inside myself and connect [to characters I write] however I can. With Banner, I see a guy who claims he's driven by all the right things but, secretly, knows that some of his momentum comes from darker places he doesn't want to address — places like jealousy, regret, fear of never leaving a mark. And he's come to find that it's all self-sabotaging nonsense." -- Mark Waid

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


"On average I would say the Marvel Universe is a science fiction universe. There's magic in it, but at its heart it leans toward science. Even its cosmic stuff leans toward science. There's a difference between The Power Cosmic and magic. Its philosophy leans toward the star children and gods and space mysticism, which is essentially science overstretched, as opposed to magic which is a fundamentally different system. Now if you want to flip that around for a second, magic is a lot more important in the DC Universe in terms of its fundamental character." -- Kieron Gillen

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


'Then there’s the question of what [late discovery adoptees] do with the anger. There’s a famous book about adoption called “The Primal Wound” by Nancy Newton Verrier, which talks about the idea that there is a primal betrayal at that moment early on and it remains in the person’s psyche. Sometimes that negative emotion is transferred upon the parents who raised them or in some cases on the parents who chose to leave them. The question of how Tony feels is ongoing.' -- Kieron Gillen

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


"We also get some journalism at last. . . . I get to be TRANSMETROPOLITAN Warren Ellis for a few pages." -- Kieron Gillen

Now that the Annual came out this week, this is no longer the latest issue, so here are seven pages from Part 4 of "Iron Metropolitan."

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


"There’s a British designer called Matt Jones that said, the quote is, let me see if I can get it right, 'A city is a battle suit for surviving the future.' Basically, the concept of Iron Metropolitan is, what if the Marvel Universe’s greatest designer of battle suits put his mind to design a city?" -- Kieron Gillen

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


"If you’re a superhero mainstream fan, you may think of a riff on a certain major comics property, and you’d be correct. I’ll maybe talk about this more down the line, as there’s much to reveal. While I play up to it in certain places in the story (as here), we’ll be downplaying it elsewhere." -- Kieron Gillen, touching on the similarity between his new Iron Man villains and a certain hot DC property.

Read more... )
arbre_rieur: (Default)
[personal profile] arbre_rieur


'I think most people see the fact that this is additive rather than destructive . . . And it introduces ideas like "Who are Tony's parents?" and "Who is Arno?" I haven't removed anything from Tony. There are no stories from the past that we can't do anymore. I've only created new ones. To me, that fits a Hippocratic Oath kind of vibe. I do no harm!' -- Kieron Gillen, on the big retcon

A new arc, "Iron Metropolitan," begins...

Read more... )
flint_marko: (Superior in every way.)
[personal profile] flint_marko


Since Stunner's returning next week in Superior Spider-Man, I thought I'd post about her role in the resurrection of Doctor Octopus, and what happened to her. It's a little bit of a follow-up to my last post where we were introduced to Stunner and saw Otto get killed.

Images behind the cut. )

Profile

scans_daily: (Default)
Scans Daily

Extras

Founded by girl geeks and members of the slash fandom, [community profile] scans_daily strives to provide an atmosphere which is LGBTQ-friendly, anti-racist, anti-ableist, woman-friendly and otherwise discrimination and harassment free.

Bottom line: If slash, feminism or anti-oppressive practice makes you react negatively, [community profile] scans_daily is probably not for you.

Please read the community ethos and rules before posting or commenting.

December 2016

S M T W T F S
     1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031

Most Popular Tags

Syndicate

RSS Atom

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags