Re: Wolverine: Saudade
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:59 am
I glanced at the US version today. It does not mention any specific time period on the last page, less still "fifteen years".
What Comes Next?
(I leave that second answer in since Jim Lee's never done Spider-Man, and so I presume something went wrong there - either the interviewer farked up (given the site's recent history, quite plausible) - or it didn't translate and the writer went on talking about Saudade anyway).http://bit.ly/1SWMHu wrote:For those who missed out on Wolverine: Saudade when it came out in France, can you provide a summary of what it's about?
JDM: It starts in the early 90s when our hero went to Brazil for a vacation. He discovers that there are also mutants over there, including a very malicious one who absorbs the powers of others. Logan wants to send the young man to Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. Will he be able to do so? Go read it when it comes out in September.
Moving on, what do you have in mind for the Spider-Man project? What kind of stories can we look forward to eventually?
JDM: It will be an emotional story with loads of action. Think of it as a story from the good old Jim Lee and Chris Claremont days...