In the tradition of their Avengers vs. X-Men War Journal series, Marvel and MTV will be producing behind the scenes videos for Marvel NOW!
Source: Press Release
Marvel sent us a press release this afternoon advertising their new video series in conjunction with MTV.com, Marvel NOW! Behind the ReEvolution, which will chronicle the behind the scenes story of Marvel NOW!. Fans will get a look at what goes into making these comics, from a look at the 20 foot long white board that manages Wolverine's appearances in every single Marvel team book, to suspenseful scenes showing Marvel interns dumping a limp Jason Aaron in a bathtub full of ice water to try to snap him out a of a heroin overdose (this happens once per episode). The series promises to have it all, and you won't want to miss it, even though it's on a competing website that Marvel has asked us to advertise with this press release.
If you haven't yet seen Marvel and MTV's Avengers Vs. X-Men War Journals, we have an exclusive clip here of the creative retreat prior to AvX where Marvel's editorial team decided on the evolution of Cyclops' character (code-named J.E.S.U.S.) during the event (Marvel's offices were under construction at the time):
Here's the press release:
Marvel & MTV Announce Marvel NOW!: Behind The ReEvolution Video Series
In-Depth Online Documentary Explores The Biggest Comic Event of the Year
New York, NY—October 15, 2012—Get ready for a behind the scenes look at making comics like never before as Marvel and MTV Geek have once again joined forces to produce Marvel NOW!: Behind The ReEvolution! This all-new video series going behind the scenes of the year’s most anticipated comic book event grants fans unprecedented access into the Marvel offices, creative retreats, key planning meetings and creator studios! This new documentary from MTV Geek shows just how NOW! was developed by the brightest minds in comics. Each episode will debut exclusively on MTV.com beginning October 10.
“This going to be the ultimate jumping in point for anyone interested in comics and a nice peek behind the curtain for the long-term fans,” said Axel Alonso, Editor In Chief, Marvel Comics. “If you've ever wanted to be a fly on the wall at one of our top secret meetings—the spirited debates that lead to our best and biggest stories—this is your chance to get an inside look at the future of Marvel. It's called Marvel NOW! for a reason.”
Kicking off in October, Marvel NOW! unites the top talent in the comic industry—including Rick Remender, John Cassaday, Brian Michael Bendis, Stuart Immonen, Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena & so many more—for the biggest stories of the year. In the fallout of Avengers Vs. X-Men, watch the Marvel Universe rebuild itself in a way no one will ever forget!
"Through Avengers vs. X-Men: War Journals MTV Geek gave fans a groundbreaking inside look at Marvel," said MTV Digital Executive Producer Tom Akel. "Marvel is upping the ante with a shakeup of both the talent and the Marvel Universe and we'll have to capture that creative energy."
This October, fans get a unique look at the Marvel NOW! Initiative and all the great new series in Marvel NOW!: Behind the ReEvolution at http://marvelnow.mtv.com. And on October 10th make sure to pick up your copy of Uncanny Avengers, in comic shops and on the Marvel Comics app.
So what are you waiting for? Check out the first episode here: LINK
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Written by RICK REMENDER
Art and Cover by JOHN CASSADAY
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