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'I would certainly say this is the most significant battle the Inhumans have faced in some time. It's designed to be a game-changer for the characters. We'll learn more about what the Inhumans' role will be going forward, as well as how ordinary humans will start to deal with them. I think you can consider Issues #13, #14 and the Annual as a sort of a "season finale" for the first big chunk of "Inhuman" plot lines, where I pull together a bunch of the themes, characters and concepts I've been introducing.' - Charles Soule

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"The Paul Jenkins/Jae Lee run has been incredibly influential; that’s the definitive modern take, as far as I’m concerned, but I’ve also taken a lot of inspiration from other writers’ use of the characters: Bendis, Hickman, and others." - Charles Soule

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"I also think that this particular development of the Inhuman concept feels very organic. It's a shift that makes sense - of course there would be people across the globe with Inhuman genes." -- Charles Soule

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"It is certainly constantly evolving. I think that since this project was announced the Game of Thrones analogy has been thrown around, and that's not inaccurate, necessarily." -- Charles Soule

Medusa's been hit by the AXIS inversion...

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One of the things I liked the most about Superior Spider-Man was the romance between Otto Octavius (in Peter Parker's body) and Anna Maria Marconi. It gave Otto some humanity but it was also nice to see a non-stereotypical little person for once (although it's getting better with characters like Tyrion from A Song of Ice and Fire).

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"You’re trying to find different angles on people’s reactions. A couple of lines of dialogue, it doesn’t take much just to get that level of human interaction or human relatability. Even the largest cosmic events, you can do a lot with just somebody saying something about what they’re looking at. But that’s one of the differences between a good comic and a bad comic. Because we’ve all seen spectacle before, many, many, many times in comics. It’s about finding a way to bring something new to it." -- Charles Soule

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'As far as where "Inhuman" fits into Marvel's larger plans, let me put it this way -- a significant chunk of real estate in their last big crossover event (the fabulous "Infinity," orchestrated by the fabulous Jonathan Hickman) was used to set up the status quo that launches the "Inhuman" series. Not only is it "important" to Marvel in whatever sense of the word you want to apply -- they're excited about it. I haven't been in the game that long, all things considered, but you can tell when a team feels like they're pushing product, as opposed to creating something they care about. This is very much the latter, and I think it makes a huge difference.' -- Charles Soule

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"Some of the Nu-humans are pretty sweet. There's a young Chinese girl that we haven't talked about that I think people will think is very funny and very cool and very relatable. You know, all of them will be Rocket Raccoon." -- Charles Soule

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I am craving barbecue, so you get Kaine and Aracely eating barbecue. 3 pages from Scarlet Spider #6.


Dark Spider is a terrible name, Kaine )
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'Imagine this conversation: "So, what's your name?" "Logan." "And your first name?" "I prefer not to use it." "But if you did?" "It's James." And that's that. The fact that he doesn't go by his original name is meaningful, and we'll get into that. And for those people who think that "but if you did?" should be followed by "snikt," oh grow up...' - Paul Cornell

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"'We got Peter Parker back' reduces that enormous, lovely story. These are stories, not fact from an unreal world." -- Paul Cornell

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"I've been busily blocking some folk who reacted to Wolverine with great annoyance. The ones who were impolite, that is. . . . I remember my own fan rage, as a teenager, and how it was genuinely an expression of love. But one should grow out of it." -- Paul Cornell on Twitter, about the book's new direction

"Season 2" of Cornell's Wolverine run commences. [personal profile] kojiro already posted a few pages; here are three more.

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