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'Guardians' Screenwriter Nicole Perlman To Write 'Gamora' Comic
'Guardians' Screenwriter Nicole Perlman To Write 'Gamora' Comic
The Guardians Of The Galaxy movie created new stars for Marvel, with solo titles spinning out for Rocket Raccoon, by Skottie Young, and Legendary Star-Lord, by Sam Humphries and Paco Medina. Much of the credit for tapping in to this corner of the Marvel Universe belongs to Nicole Perlman, the screenwriter who zeroed in on Guardians as a movie project and first saw its potential. Now Perlman gets another chance to play in the house that she helped to build. Marvel announced at the Women of Marvel panel at New York Comic-Con on Sunday that Perlman will write an ongoing Gamora series launching some time in spring 2015. Further details, including the artist for the project, have not been released.
'Guardians Of The Galaxy': A Star (Lord) Is Born [Review]
'Guardians Of The Galaxy': A Star (Lord) Is Born [Review]
Director James Gunn's Guardians Of The Galaxy is a big gamble for Marvel Studios. It's an unknown quantity even to most comic fans. It's a space opera at a time when non-Lucasfilm space operas don't perform well. It's a movie with a talking raccoon at a time when even Disney princess movies don't have talking animals. Of course, all of Marvel's movies have been gambles. Iron Man wasn't a household name, despite how we think of the character now. Thor was a sci fi fantasy movie -- what could be worse? Captain America seemed an impossible sell for overseas markets. Bringing those franchises together for Avengers? Insanity. Marvel Studios' safest bet was probably Hulk -- a household name and a proven quantity -- and that's been the studio's weakest performer. So it looks like the big gambles are where Marvel excels. If Guardians Of The Galaxy is the studio's biggest gamble to date, it makes a weird kind of sense that it's also one of the studio's most delightful successes.
New 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Movie Photos Peek Behind The Scenes
New 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Movie Photos Peek Behind The Scenes
Marvel Studios has released four new images from the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, two of which are official stills and two of which go behind the scenes. The most interesting of the bunch is a shot of Chris Pratt's Star-Lord running along the terrain of an alien planet, with the wall behind him just a flat wall of blue. It's not all that different from an old Star Trek set. It just goes to show
First 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Cast Photo Arrives Online
First 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Cast Photo Arrives Online
Plenty of concept art and set photos from Guardians of the Galaxy have popped up over the past several months, but Marvel is closing out 2013 with its first official look at the characters from James Gunn's space-faring flick. Click through to check out the full photo of what looks like an intergalactic police lineup lineup featuring Gamora, Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Drax the Destroyer, and Groot
Marvel Studios Head Describes Guardians Of The Galaxy As An 'Unlikely Band'
Marvel Studios Head Describes Guardians Of The Galaxy As An 'Unlikely Band'
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy movie probably seems like a pretty weird concept to a lot of folks unfamiliar with the comics source material, so Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is here to offer a primer. Speaking with Empire magazine, Feige said the Guardians are "an unlikely band" brought together by "pure circumstance." He went on to describe each character. You can ca
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Guardians of the Galaxy
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy #1 hits stores today, a new series by Brian Michael Bendis and Steve McNiven that hopes to boost the profile of Marvel's space-faring super-team ahead of next summer's movie release, so that when your non-comics friends ask you, "Who are these Guardians of the Galaxy?", you don't answer, "the who-dians of the what-now?" But... who are the Guardians of t
More Milo Manara Covers Coming from Marvel NOW [Art]
More Milo Manara Covers Coming from Marvel NOW [Art]
Italian artist Milo Manara is a true master of the comics form, and has for decades now created enduringly beautiful works like Indian Summer, Click and El Guacho, just to name a few. I love to read his comics because Manara's delicate figures, luscious backgrounds and ultra-crisp layouts demonstrate an uncommonly careful consideration of how every line serves to build immersive worlds, create bel