How are characters made in Marvel Heroes? It’s a complex process, and in this Developer Diary you get a chance to peek behind the scenes as the developers explain the steps involved to bring a character from Marvel Comics to life in Marvel Heroes!
Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Mayhew and Brandon Peterson continue this “End Times” storyline finishing up this Avengers book as the new one gears up to start under the Marvel NOW banner. Check out the preview below.
(THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS)
Daredevil has always been a tragic character to me. Much like Spider-man he chose a super heroes life and in the living of it has saved many others lives and done much good. Like Spidey though his life has been full of great harms and horrors directly affecting him and his loved ones. He is a character who while he doesn’t feel sorry for himself he indeed questions himself and the whys and hows. Sadly he has gotten in too deep and there is no turning around and walking away from the path chosen. Decisions are made and then it’s all about the dealing with them.
What was old is new again. Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen will be the creative team behind this new book that will start up in November. Your eyes do not decieve you. Those are the 5 original X-Men (Angel, Jean Grey or Marvel Girl, Cyclops, Beast and Iceman) and due to events, we as of yet do not fully know they are brought to the modern day and get to see what their lives have helped create. A lot has happened over the years. All of these people have been changed in very big ways…mind, body and soul. It will be very interesting to see how they deal with things and what they will do knowing now what they didn’t know then.
Beginning this October Marvel Comics will begin relaunching a number of their flagship titles and will be starting a few new ones. Last year DC did the same kind of thing but it was more of a defined new beginning as it disregarded much of the continuity of it’s comic book storylines for all the years up to that new zero point. With Marvel this is a new beginning as well but not a reboot or reimagining. Just a new direction for Marvel’s cast of characters. The history stands but the future is one of a more overall cohesive Marvel universe with their films, comics, games and more. This whole new direction is occuring under the Marvel Now banner and anything with that logo will fall into that new direction. Continue reading