lunes, febrero 19, 2007

LOVE WILL TEAR US APART AGAIN

La petite claudine comenta y enlaza la nueva janderada de Marvel. Traduzco:

SPOILER

En SPIDER-MAN: REIGN #3 (guión y dibujos de Kaare Andrews), al fin se revela lo que ha matado a Mary Jane. Graeme McMillan comenta la jugada: la mató..."el semen de Spider-Man. Y para todos los que crean que estoy bromeando, ahí va el diálogo del tebeo: "¡Oh, dios, lo siento! ¡Los médicos no pudieron entender qué te pasó! ¡Cómo te habías envenenado por radioactividad! ¡Cómo tu cuerpo fue lentamente plagado por el cáncer! Fui yo. Yo... estoy lleno de sangre radioactiva. Y no sólo de sangre. Cada fluido. Tocándome... amándome... ¡Amarme te ha matado!

Como una araña, avanzando dentro de tu cuerpo y poniendo cientos de huevos cancerígenos... te maté.




Partiente retahíla de exabruptos de Graeme McMillan comentando las páginas:

"Seriously, Marvel, WHAT THE FUCK? At what point did Spider-Man having radioactive sperm ever seem like a good idea? At what point did anyone even think about Spider-Man having radioactive sperm? Jesus Christ, I can't believe this ever saw print, I cannot believe that no-one at Marvel thought that having a comic where Spider-Man tells the corpse of his wife - because, yeah, I meant to say that, he's talking to the corpse of his dead wife - that he killed her with his special radioactive spider-spunk was ANYTHING that should ever be allowed to appear in a comic. And that's before you even get to the continuation of his admission: "Like a spider, crawling up inside your body and laying a thousand eggs of cancer... I killed you."
Holy crap. To get an idea of the context of this scene, as he's saying this, the corpse of his wife is trying to kiss him with some kind of demon tongue. (...) the same character who's probably going to have the highest-grossing movie of the year this year coming out at the same time as the collection of this series, as being responsible for the death of his wife (potentially strong story idea, possibility for tragedy, etc.) specifically because of his radioactive jism (...) Ass, and, boy, does someone on the blog have to complain that Marvel really has no idea what to do with their own characters anymore every single week?"

6 comentarios:

Caron dijo...

Jejeje...

Ahora sólo falta que DC nos explique cómo Lois Lane no murió cuando Supermán depositó su semilla, antes (evidentemente) de los acontecimientos de Superman Returns (sí, yo tuve esta conversación una vez).

Ay, si Curtis levantara la cabeza... ;P

santibilbo dijo...

No hay que hablar del sexo de los angeles,que en nada les define

Anónimo dijo...

Joder, ahora resulta que la radioactividad produce cáncer...

vm dijo...

"Joder, ahora resulta que la radioactividad produce cáncer..."

¡Que engañados nos tenía Stan Lee!

Juanan dijo...

Vamos, que , hablando en palta , la ha matado a polvos.

Será fantasma...

Juanan dijo...

en plata, quería decir.