Tuesday, June 9, 2015

New Marvel Universe Without FF4 and X-Men

New Marvel Universe
Fox movies may have bought the rights of X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spider-Man from Marvel, but it doesn't mean that they have the right to mutilate the character in their twisted understanding of political correctness.

After giving us a glimpse a few years ago on how they envisioned Jean Grey in a not-so-impressive Phoenix transformation, coupled with the depiction of Galactus as a space traveling black cloud and portraying Johnny Storm as an African-American, it is high time that Fox learn from their mistakes the hard way.

After the promo for Marvel's sort of reboot happening later this year was shown to the public, it appears that Marvel will be bringing in some familiar faces as well as certain characters that seemed to be missing deliberately. Marvel will not bring in comics featuring either the X-Men and Fantastic Four to deny Fox Movies a free promotion.

A second promo image has also arrived and there are certainly some "new" and returning characters as well as grouping configuration.

The Thing appears to be now part of the Guardians of the Galaxy. It also looks like X-23 is continuing to honor Wolverine by wearing a version of his costume.

Marvel sent out a press release listing some of the creators that will be on board this fall:
"Marvel Comics, the home of the greatest Super Heroes of all time, introduces a new direction for the Marvel Universe. This is All-New All-Different Marvel!

Coming this fall, all fans will be introduced to the perfect start to the Marvel Universe featuring the biggest creative names in the comic book industry – Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron, Mark Waid, Dan Slott, Charles Soule, G. Willow Wilson, Jeff Lemire, along with many more, will have a hand in crafting an all-new and all-different Marvel Universe.

"This is the Marvel Universe," says Axel Alonso, Editor In Chief. "This fall, we will be inviting readers into a universe comprised of bold new landscapes populated with characters and teams both familiar and brand-new."

"This is going to be an absolute game changer for Marvel," says David Gabriel, SVP of Sales & Marketing. "Similar to the most successful comics industry program of this century – Marvel NOW!, All-New All-Different Marvel is going to be presenting fans new #1’s for every title coming out during this event. This is a brand new beginning that honors our past 76 years, yet takes a bold step with daring, and accessible, entry points. Simply stated - this is Marvel!"

This fall, the comics industry’s greatest creators invite fans into a spectacular universe that truly represents the marvelous world outside your window!

The All-New All-Different Marvel Universe has arrived!"

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