Disney fans may want to “get ready” for a new comic series that explores lesser-known Disney chapters Lion King The villain, Scar. Disney Villains: The Scar The iconic villain will be reviewed with a story that could give Scar a new life.
Disney Renaissance Classic Movies Lion King Dazzled audiences everywhere in the ’90s. Dynamite’s new series aims to take readers back to that time period with a new comic book that focuses all of their attention on the series’ villains. movie, Scar. Writer Chuck Brown (Neptune, bitter roots) and artist Trevor Fraley is collaborating Disney Villains: The Scara new series set between scenes from the original film.
Chuck Brown: To prepare, I watched the entire movie over and over again. We had to find a way to make our story fit seamlessly with the film. The story also needs to add something of value to the original story.
Trevor Fraley: I wanted to be able to keep the characters you know maintaining their iconic look while keeping them fresh and interesting in the stories we’re trying to tell.
With the birth of her grandson Simba, the fact that Scar will never lead her pride is sinking. Unable to accept this reality, the villain begins plotting to take over Pride Rock, a mission that will bring him face to face with the mysterious Rafiki. The first issue will feature covers by artists Jahnoy Lindsay, Karen Darboe, Erica Henderson, Juggeun Yoon, Gene Ha and David Nakayama.
scar Will bring a new perspective to the classic movie
Almost a 90s kid doesn’t have fond memories of watching Disney movies Lion King in its heyday. Released in 1994, the film was directed by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff. Its star cast includes Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones, Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg and Jeremy Irons as the villain Scar. village, the story revolves around Simba, son of Mufasa, leader of the Pride Lands. Simba is a cub who just wants to be the ruler. However, Simba’s uncle Scar convinces Simba that he killed his father so that Scar can claim the throne for himself.
Comics exploring Disney’s villains are becoming mainstream. In addition to films that remake iconic villains like Maleficent and Cruella Deville from new perspectives, Disney has also tried to do the same with the comics. Disney Villains: Ursula The line of black horses never saw the light of day. But this new Scar series offers a chance to delve into the psyche of fan-favorite Disney villains through comic books.
scar can be added Lion King heritage
In the original film, Scar is portrayed as an archetype, with little real time spent on his inner motives or psyche. By placing this new manga between scenes from the original film, Brown and Fraleigh were able to discover what was going on in Scar’s head and what prompted him to make the decision. A story is only as good as its villains, and a manga that helps highlight an iconic story like Scars can only make a beloved animated series more appreciated. Fans can watch Lion King untold story Disney Villains: The Scar #1 In theaters April 5, 2023.