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    Novo titulo do Mutante Cable, o filho do Ciclope do futuro.
    Arte by Ariel Olivetti. Textos by DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI

    SPOILERS!

    Diz a lenda que o bebe que o Cable esta protegendo e ELE MESMO.



    O que acham?? O Cable consegue manter um titulo solo?

    Beijokas

    Canibal
    PROTOCOLO: A ORDEM foi impressa e está sendo vendida. APENAS ACEITEM!!!

  • #2
    Eu acho que deviam desistir.

    Cable já não tem mais jeito, o personagem já não tem mais o carisma que tinha no começo da década de 90. Não segura título nem com o Deadpool (que, aliás, é uma revista LIXO); quanto mais sozinho.

    E Ollivetti FEDE; puta desenhista RUIM.

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    • #3
      Cable só funcionaria de novo com Rob Liefeld.

      Não sendo assim, durará poucas edições e depois limbo de novo.
      ùltima Leitura: Razoável
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      • #4
        Cable funcionaria muito bem se esquecessem essa bosta de armas gigantes e corpos desproporcionais.
        Como personagem, o conceito excelente. Scott Lobdell, James Robinson e Joey Casey escreveram histórias muito boas do Cable. Se usassem essa fórmula, o título vingaria...
        Mas pelo desenho aí em cima, a merda vai continuar...
        Outra coisa que cagou tudo foi a volta do retardado do Nicieza...

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        • #5
          Cable é fodástyko, baita personagem. O Carey mostrou que sabe escrever ele. Acompanharei avidamente esse novo título!
          Send down the firewalker
          Send down the neon priest
          Send down the junky doctor
          Send down the shadow king
          Down through the heart of the city at night
          In black and white

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          • #6
            Postado originalmente por Goyo
            Cable só funcionaria de novo com Rob Liefeld.

            Não sendo assim, durará poucas edições e depois limbo de novo.
            Exato. Na verdade todos os personagens do MESTRE não são os mesmos sem ele desenhando.

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            • #7
              Re: NOVO TITULO DO CABLE! SPOILERS!

              Postado originalmente por CANIBAL
              Diz a lenda que o bebe que o Cable esta protegendo e ELE MESMO.
              Só se ele tiver feito uma troca de sexo, pois o bebê é uma menina (foi dito em X-Men 205 e confirmado pelo Carey em entrevista...)
              Gametag Xbox Live BR: peregrinc

              Forever Lost

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              • #8
                DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI IS YOUR NEW "CABLE" PROVIDER
                by Dave Richards, Staff Writer
                Posted: December 4, 2007 — More From This Author
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                In Marvel Comics' "X-Men" #200 and "Cable & Deadpool" #42, it looked like Nathan Summers AKA Cable chose the ultimate sacrifice when he blew up his island nation, Providence, instead of letting it fall into the hands of Mister Sinister's Marauders. But when you're a time traveling solider like Cable, a fiery death doesn't necessarily mean your adventuring days are over; the character made his first appearance since his apparent death in part five of the "Messiah CompleX" storyline, last week's "X-Men" #205, and will star in a new ongoing self titled series beginning this March from writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Ariel Olivetti. CBR News spoke with Swierczynski about "Cable."
                It was the strength of his two one-shot comics, November's "Moon Knight: Annual" #1 and 2008's "Punisher: Forces of Nature," that landed Swierczynski the "Cable" assignment. "When Axel Alonso, that silver-tongued devil, told me what he had in mind for this new series, my brain practically exploded. He's really good at matching writer and artist with the material at hand; I think he knew this series would fire me up," Swierczynski told CBR News. "Cable's appealing to me because he has a lot of cool internal conflicts. He's kind of a spiritual solider -- part priest, part John Rambo. He's trying to serve a greater calling, but to do that, he has to resort to violence. Lots and lots of violence. It's the ultimate story vehicle for a former altar boy."

                Swierczynski's series spins out of "Messiah CompleX," but new readers don't need to have read the X-Men mega-story to get in on the ground floor of "Cable." "We took pains to explain the situation quickly and clearly," Swierczynski explained. "The first story arc is all the primer you need for the rest of the series."

                Cable's appearance in "Messiah CompleX" has many fans wondering where and more importantly when he came from. One of the central mysteries in Swierczynski's "Cable" series will be whether his protagonist has time traveled from the past or the future. "Cable could potentially end up anywhere -- and anywhen. There is definitely a time travel element to this series, and when I sat down with the X-Fellas (Axel, Nick Lowe, Will Panzo) we tried to come up with some time travel tricks we've never seen before," Swierczynski said. "If I say anything else, there's a chance my grandfather will die as a child, and I will never be born, and this interview will erase itself."

                He may have access to time travel, but that doesn't mean Cable's life will be a cakewalk in his new series. "Cable's always got shitt figured out. Knows what to do, when to do it... until now. We've thrown him into a situation where he's handicapped like never before," Swierczynski explained. "And that's the fun of a character like Cable, as well as other famous bad-asses before him (Harry Callahan, RoboCop, The Man with No Name) who have a rigid set of internal rules. You want to squeeze them and their silly little rules to the breaking point... then see how they react.

                "I can't say much about the first arc without spoiling things," Swierczynski continued. "But let me give you a few random details: A Jersey diner. Impromptu living room surgery. Robot body parts. Eyeball sucking. Snipers. Beer for breakfast. Flesh wound cauterization. A beach in Scotland. (Crap. You probably have the whole thing figured out by now...)"

                The people making life difficult for Cable in his new series aren't your usual villains. "Typically you think of a 'bad guy'as someone who revels in evil -- the guy who wants to pee on everybody's Cheerios. Not so in 'Cable.' In fact, Cable's prime baddie is someone who may not be all that wrong," Swierczynski stated. "That doesn't mean this adversary isn't ruthless, or won't hesitate to rip through anyone who gets in his/her way. It's that you can kinda maybe understand where he/she is coming from."

                "Cable" will also feature a colorful supporting cast; many of whom will be familiar faces. "You'll definitely see some old Cable pals showing up. Cable's a guy who's a bit haunted by his past (or his future, to be more precise)," Swierczynski remarked. "While this new series is not exactly 'This Is Your Life, Nathan Summers,' what (and who) has come before will be very important."

                Cable's mission in his new series is important to the other books in the "X-Men" line, but readers don't need to read them to enjoy the new series. It takes place in its own corner of the X-universe.

                To create his new corner of the X-Universe, Swierczynski mined elements from many of his favorite films. "Yeah, there's a 'RoboCop'/ 'Terminator' feel here. But there's also a pinch of 'A Fistful of Dollars,'a dollop of 'Dirty Harry,'a sprinkling of Creature Double Features and a shot of chop socky flicks," he said. "It's funny -- Axel and I were talking about the specific influences on this story, and I realized that it's pretty much every Saturday afternoon movie/TV show I grew up with in the 1970s."

                Swierczynski is just starting out in comics, but to crime fiction fans he's famous for his fast paced, dark, and wickedly funny novels like "The Wheelman" and "The Blonde." To fans of Swierczynski's books, a monthly comic series about a time traveling mutant solider may seem like a radical change of pace. "Actually, there's a big crime element to this new 'Cable' series: the police procedural, to be specific. But I don't think I'm straying too far from usual subject matter," Swierczynski stated. "My first novel, 'Secret Dead Men,'was about a guy who absorbs the dead and stores them in a hotel in his brain. And 'The Blonde'is about this hot chick who has to keep someone within 10 feet of her at all times, or her head will explode. I've always tried to mix in a little SF or horror weirdness in my stories -- mostly because it's fun. With 'Cable,'I feel right at home."
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                FONTE:
                http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=12513

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                • #9
                  Re: NOVO TITULO DO CABLE! SPOILERS!

                  Postado originalmente por Peregrin
                  Só se ele tiver feito uma troca de sexo, pois o bebê é uma menina (foi dito em X-Men 205 e confirmado pelo Carey em entrevista...)
                  Nessa entrevista o Carey nao nega a possibilidade do bebe ser o proprio Cable vide que a saga envolve viagens temporais:
                  http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=12515

                  "Speaking of someone who's trying to fill in the dots, Aspbros had a theory he wanted to share. "Some friends of mine were talking, and it seemed to us that there could be a few reasons Cable wants this baby:

                  1) The baby grows up to be someone important -- maybe even someone we know like Bishop or Rachel (although then Cyclops would've been involved in its birth...hm).

                  2) The baby is actually Cable, and he's trying to save himself.

                  3) Or the baby is from the future, and has come to the past to hide.

                  Do any of these seem plausible? Or do my friends and I need to expand our social circle?


                  Two of them sound plausible to me, Aspbros. For the baby to be Cable, a lot of very weird finagling and maneuvering would have to be brought to bear. But we know that knowledge of the future is involved somehow, because of Sinister's ruthless attempt to close off the X-Men's access to that knowledge, so I like your thinking -- without, of course, confirming or denying any of your hypotheses. "

                  Beijokas

                  Canibal
                  PROTOCOLO: A ORDEM foi impressa e está sendo vendida. APENAS ACEITEM!!!

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                  • #10
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                    • #11
                      O Carey mostrou que ainda tem jeito pro Cable.

                      Mas o Olivetti é ruim mesmo.
                      “Back like lateral passin'
                      With that motherfuckin' gladiator manner of rappin'
                      As an addict I let percocets and xannies relax me
                      Fall back if your paddies is Maxi, please”

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                      • #12
                        Postado originalmente por Snake
                        Cable funcionaria muito bem se esquecessem essa bosta de armas gigantes e corpos desproporcionais.
                        Como personagem, o conceito excelente. Scott Lobdell, James Robinson e Joey Casey escreveram histórias muito boas do Cable. Se usassem essa fórmula, o título vingaria...
                        Mas pelo desenho aí em cima, a merda vai continuar...
                        Outra coisa que cagou tudo foi a volta do retardado do Nicieza...
                        Cable FUNCIONARÁ. Este promete ser o melhor gibi de 2008.
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                        • #13
                          Pra mim, Cable SUCKS!
                          THE TRUTH IS STILL OUT THERE...

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                          • #14
                            Alguém que tenha prestado atenção nisso, o Cable, originalmente, veio para o presente porque mesmo, hein?
                            Ótimo. Eu vou construir meu próprio pouso lunar! Com bebidas e jogo! E prostitutas!
                            Na verdade, esqueça o pouso e o jogo!
                            Ah, que se dane tudo.

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                            • #15
                              Quando a gente pensa que a franquia X não pode piorar mais...

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