Source: WHO ARE THE ALL-NEW YOUNG GUNS?
Marvel.com announced today that they would make an announcement at C2E2 2014 regarding cast changes to their western sequel, All New Young Guns. Although not billed as a reboot, the probable relaunch should serve as a “jumping on” point for new or lapsed Marvel readers who don’t want to get bogged down in the continuity of previous Young Guns releases.
Marvel’s first Young Guns came out in 2004, sixteen years after the original starring Emilio Estevez and Kiefer Sutherland spearheaded a new golden age of American Westerns such as Young Guns II. The cast of 2004 included David Finch and Steve McNiven and subsequent sequels starred Billy Tan, Daniel Acua, and – for some reason - Simone Bianchi. Each Young Guns production has ben greeted with mixed reviews and many wonder who from this year’s class will end up being 2014’s Khoi Pham.
Stay tuned to The Outhouse as we cover this breaking news...next week.
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