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Richard als Wolverine für die Ohren wird fortgesetzt:

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‘Wolverine: The Lost Trail’: Marvel Podcast Renewed for Season 2, Will Return to Stitcher in 2019


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‘Wolverine: The Lost Trail’: Marvel Podcast Renewed for Season 2, Will Return to Stitcher in 2019
Richard Armitage will be back as Logan for a New Orleans-set season, planned for a winter release next year.


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Marvel’s first scripted podcast is back for another round of episodes, but the audio saga of “Wolverine” is taking a detour along the way.

As “Wolverine: The Long Night” heads towards this week’s finale, Marvel and Stitcher announced today that the podcast has been renewed for Season 2, a new installment titled “Wolverine: The Lost Trail.” Venturing from the frigid climes of rural Alaska to New Orleans, this new season will follow Logan (Richard Armitage) as he travels through the bayou on the lookout for answers surrounding the disappearance of a former lover.

Marvel and Stitcher released the following synopsis for the upcoming season:

“Marvel’s ‘Wolverine: The Lost Trail’ is an epic quest that takes place in the Louisiana bayou. Following the events of Marvel’s ‘Wolverine: The Long Night,’ Logan (Richard Armitage) returns to New Orleans in search of redemption, only to discover that his ex-lover, Maureen is nowhere to be found. And she’s not the only one. Dozens of humans and mutants have gone missing, including the mother of a teenage boy, Marcus Baptiste. With Weapon X in close pursuit, Logan and Marcus must team up and follow a trail of clues that leads them deep into the gothic heart of the bayou, where they encounter biker gangs, Cajun thieves and a world of wonders that defies explanation. It is here that they find Greenhaven — a backwater refuge run by a powerful mutant named Jason Wyngarde.”

The main creative team behind “The Long Night” — writer Ben Percy, director Brendan Baker, and sound designer Chloe Prasinos — will return to their respective roles for this new season, which is set for a winter 2019 debut. The series is produced by Daniel Fink and Chloe Wilson of Marvel and Jenny Radelet of Stitcher.

“I don’t know that I’ve ever had more fun when writing. This has been a complete treat from first pitch to final draft,” Percy told IndieWire back in April.

Certain “The Long Night” characters won’t be returning, due to the change in location. But this new season will be bringing some new figures along with the new scenery. Bill Irwin, who’s no stranger to the Marvel universe, having played Cary Loudermilk on two seasons of the FX series “Legion,” will also star in this as the aforementioned Jason Wyngarde. Blair Brown and Bill Heck will also be joining “The Lost Trail” cast.

Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Long Night,” which first premiered on Stitcher Premium earlier this year, will be finishing its season this week, with the finale available on all podcast platforms this Wednesday.


https://www.indiewire.com/2018/11/wolverine-the-long-night-podcast-season-2-marvel-stitcher-1202018151/?utm_content=buffer21a9f&utm_medium=organicsocial&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=Organic+Social

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Ein Rollenwechsel und damit wohl auch mehr Redezeit für Wolverine/Richard:

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While season 1 made Logan (@RCArmitage ) the subject of an investigation, Season 2 flips the design and makes him the detective at the heart of a mystery (on a quest for redemption).


https://twitter.com/Benjamin_Percy/status/1059531945015721984

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Er ist so cool als Wolferine, mehr von ihm zu hören wird großartig!

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Richard aus der "Werkstatt":

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@itsthewolverine @Stitcher @Marvel #WolverinePodcast “Wolverine The Lost Trail”, having fun in the studio with these 2 beautiful people.


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.@itsthewolverine @Stitcher @i40acresndamule Don’t be scared Rodney....grrrr


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Hier sieht man wieder eindeutig, was der richtige Kamerawinkel ausmachen kann: im unteren Bild sieht es so aus, als ob die Krallen wirklich aus den Fingern wachsen (außer am kleinen Finger, da sieht man es), während man es oben eindeutig sieht, dass Richard die Krallen zwischen die Finger geklemmt hat.

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Richard hat seinen Teil getan, damit der Erscheinungstermin eingehalten werden kann:

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Richard Armitage hat Wolverine retweetet

Just wrapped “Wolverine The Lost Trail”. You are going to LOVE season 2...fantastic writing, great cast.


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Our 11 favorite new podcasts of 2018

By Andrew Liptak@AndrewLiptak Dec 19, 2018, 2:26pm EST


Over the past few years, podcasts have developed into an incredible medium for long-form reporting and creative fiction, with shows like Serial and Welcome to Nightvale garnering massive mainstream followings.

If you’re a fan of these types of programming, and want more to add to your listening queue, there are 11 of our favorite podcasts that debuted (or ran a new season) this year.



Bear Brook, NHPR


33 years ago, a hunter in New Hampshire stumbled upon a gristly find: a pair of bodies that had been abandoned in an oil drum in the forests of Bear Book State Park in Allenstown, New Hampshire. Decades later, another such barrel was discovered a hundred meters away. New Hampshire Public Radio reporter Jason Moon began examines the cold case in Bear Brook, uncovering a fascinating story of passionate volunteers working to try and discover the names of the victims, as well as how advances in DNA forensics helped uncover the identity of the killer.


Believed, MNPR


In 2016 a series of bombshell reports accused former Olympic gymnastics physician Larry Nassar of being a serial sexual abuser. Hundreds of women and girls came forward with their stories, and it became a scandal that rocked the gymnastics world. In Believed, Michigan Radio reporters Kate Wells and Lindsey Smith take a close look into the case, speaking with the victims to reveal how Nassar was able to get away with his crimes for so long, and how he was ultimately caught and convicted. [CW: this show is about sexual assault and contains graphic descriptions.]


Bubble, Maximum Fun

Maximum Fun’s first foray into scripted entertainment was this year’s science fiction comedy, Bubble. Set on another planet, humans live in protective bubbles to keep away from the world’s native and hostile lifeforms. The series follows Morgan, who grew up in the outside, as she and her friends use a new app called Huntr to kill any creatures that get inside, and discover that there’s more to the corporations that run their home than they thought. It’s a funny series that channels Douglas Adams and Rick & Morty.


Caliphate, The New York Times

In 2014, a militant Islamist group known as ISIS rose to prominence amidst the violence and chaos of the Syrian Civil War. Its members were able to push back against Iraqi forces and captured key cities in Syria and Iraq, where it established a brutal regime, murdering civilians and journalists, and inspiring a wave of terror attacks around the world. New York Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi’s series Caliphate is a deep dive into the world of ISIS, looking not only at the bigger geopolitical picture of what the group has done, but also that of the individual. Callimachi interviews ISIS recruits and victims, and uncovers a complicated story behind the rise of the group and what motivates is followers.



Chapo: Kingpin on Trial, Vice


One of the biggest names in the War on Drugs is Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the world’s largest Mexican drug lord who made headlines in recent years when he escaped from a Mexican prison via a tunnel in 2015. Extradited to the US, he’s currently on trial for his alleged crimes. Vice’s podcast Chapo: Kingpin on Trial is a look into his life and his rise to become one of the most notorious criminals in the world.


Constitutional, The Washington Post

How much do you really know about the US constitution? The last decade of politics has often felt like an ongoing civics lesson, and coming off of her 2017 podcast Presidential, Washington Post reporter Lillian Cunningham turns her eye to the history of the US constitution, looking at not only how it was was created, but at the people behind the various amendments that shaped the document, and what that means for the present day. Her next looks to be just as exciting: the space race.


The Hyacinth Disaster, Independent

The crew of a spaceship called the MRS Hyacinth sets off to a remote asteroid in the asteroid belt to try and pay off a ransom of a sister ship, the MRS Corvus, which was taken hostage by a rival space mining corporation. But when they touch down on asteroid Saniss 130991, they find more than they bargained for. Writer David Carlson noted that he was inspired by listening to radio chatter from air traffic controllers, and this gripping series plays out through the radio traffic between the members and their ship.


Serial, Season 3, This American Life

This American Life’s Series arguably kicked off the current state of podcast storytelling when it launched in 2014. The series returned for its third season this fall, focusing not on one, overarching story, but a number of smaller stories that took place within Cleveland, Ohio’s criminal justice program. It’s an excellent return for the series, looking at a microcosm of the criminal justice system in the US, and highlighting the numerous flaws that leaves it biased against minority communities.


Slow Burn Season 2, Slate

Last year, Slate staff writer Leon Neyfakh examined the fall of President Richard Nixon, taking listeners step by step through the events that ultimately led to his impeachment and and resignation. This year, Neyfakh returned to follow the story of President Bill Clinton and examining the various scandals, lawsuits, and figures that led to the 1998 impeachment. Both seasons examine the political tides that are still deeply relevant in 2018, helping to provide some vital context for headlines today.


Today Explained, Vox and Stitcher


If you’re a fan of The New York Times’ excellent daily news podcast The Daily, you might also want to check out Today, Explained. Host by Sean Rameswaram from our sister site Vox.com, the 20-minute episodes break down current issues like the Mueller investigation, Tumblr’s war on sex, and Trump’s trade war. In between all the serious talks, they also fit in a little humor to make you laugh.


Wolverine: The Long Night, Marvel and Stitcher

Wolverine is best known as a Marvel comics character and the alter-ego of actor Hugh Jackman. Marvel and Stitcher partnered this year to bring the character to life in a podcast, following FBI agents as they travel to a remote Alaskan fishing village to investigate a series of murders, and discover the identity of Logan (voiced by actor Richard Armitage.) Marvel has announced that it will bring the series back for a second season, and that a comic series based on the story is coming next year.



https://www.theverge.com/2018/12/19/18106662/best-podcasts-2018-npr-slate-serial

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Ein Q&A - allerdings nicht mit RA:

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SNIKT! "Wolverine: The Long Night" podcast and comic writer @Benjamin_Percy will be answering YOUR questions on a new episode of #AskMarvel. Send us all your fun and crucial questions with the hashtag and stay tuned to see if they get answered, bub.


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Heute beginnt die Promo für den zweiten 'Wolverine'-Podcast, der am 25.03. erscheint. Richard ist bereits mit dabei:

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Den Trailer und das Interview gibt es hier:

https://www.marvel.com/articles/podcasts/marvel-s-wolverine-the-lost-trail-podcast-premieres-march-25-on-stitcher-premium?linkId=63836783


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Published February 20, 2019

‘Marvel’s Wolverine: The Lost Trail’ Podcast Premieres March 25 on Stitcher Premium
The second installment of the award-winning, critically-acclaimed series arrives soon!


by Tucker Chet Markus

Marvel and top podcast listening service and content network Stitcher have announced the second season premiere date for its highly-anticipated and iHeartRadio Award-winning original podcast series “Marvel's Wolverine: The Lost Trail".

Following the incredible fan reception of “Wolverine: The Long Night”, Richard Armitage will reprise his role as Logan in “Marvel’s Wolverine: The Lost Trail.”

“Marvel’s Wolverine: The Lost Trail” is an epic quest that takes place in the Louisiana bayou. Following the events of “Marvel’s Wolverine: The Long Night”, Logan (Richard Armitage) returns to New Orleans in search of redemption, only to discover that his ex-lover, Maureen is nowhere to be found. And she's not the only one.

Dozens of humans and mutants have gone missing, including the mother of a teenage boy, Marcus Baptiste. With Weapon X in close pursuit, Logan and Marcus must team up and follow a trail of clues that leads them deep into the gothic heart of the bayou, where they encounter biker gangs, Cajun thieves and a world of wonders that defies explanation. It is here that they find Greenhaven—a refuge run by a powerful mutant named Jason Wyngarde.

The show’s cast includes notable actors Bill Irwin as Jason Wyngarde, Bill Heck as Remy LeBeau, Blair Brown as Bonnie Roach, Rachael Holmes as Maureen, and newcomer Rodney Henry as Marcus.

Award-winning comic book author Ben Percy, director Brendan Baker, and associate director Chloe Prasinos will return for the series, produced by Daniel Fink and Chloe Wilson of Marvel and Jenny Radelet Mast of Stitcher.

"In the first season, Logan remained largely in the shadows, a mystery even to himself—and a small Alaskan town was put under the microscope and slowly unburdened of its secrets," explains the series writer, Percy. "The second season flips the paradigm. Logan is not the destination of the story, he is the driver. The center of the narrative. The investigative format remains, but in this case, Logan is our savage detective.

"And instead of burrowing into a single location, we’ll journey through many—both urban and rural—on a quest. The stage is Louisiana. Not only is this a rich audio environment—alive with jazz and bullfrogs and fanboats and snapping alligators—but it’s ultimately a place where history lives. And given that Logan’s memory was slowly coming back to him in the last season, that’s something that will be deeply relevant to our character and his mission in “The Lost Trail.”

"We couldn’t set a story in and around New Orleans without including everyone’s favorite scoundrel, Gambit, who is played brilliantly by Bill Heck. We had a lot of fun pairing the two up as frenemies. The banter between them—and the trouble they get into—on riverboat casinos and in underground gambling parlors is a treat for the ears.

"But there are so many rich, fantastic characters in this season’s story. Like Marcus Baptiste, a teen who needs Wolverine’s help even as he challenge his brutal tactics and want for solitude. And Maureen, who once worked for Weapon X and loved Logan and knows many secrets that turn the narrative in an unexpected way. And Bonnie Roach, the delightfully nasty leader of an anti-mutant motorcycle gang called The Cold Blooded. And of course Jason Wyngarde—the Mastermind himself—our big bad. You’ll fall under his spell, and the audio effect of his psionic influence is guaranteed to make your flesh crawl."

For more information on Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Lost Trail”, sign up for updates at www.wolverinepodcast.com.

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Eine Woche vor der Veröffentlichung gibt es relativ viel Presse zum Podcast, z.B. Artikel mit Interviewpassagen mit Richard von:

Screenrant

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Außerdem hat der 'Hollywood Reporter' dieses Interview mit Benjamin Percy und Brian Baker geführt, in dem eine ausführliche Passage zu Richard enthalten ist:

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March 18, 2019
7:00am PT by Trilby Beresford
'Wolverine' Podcast Team on 'Apocalypse Now'-Inspired Season 2

The surprise hit returns with the Marvel mutant heading to Louisiana and meeting Gambit: “We didn’t want to rinse and repeat, so we flipped the paradigm," says writer Benjamin Percy.



When Marvel ventured into the unchartered waters of podcast territory, no one could have had anticipated that comic book fans would be receptive to an audio story. But Wolverine: A Long Night, which finds the character embroiled in an investigation in Alaska, cemented its audience and gained new fans.

At the helm is writer Benjamin Percy, who has authored comics including Batman, Green Arrow and James Bond, and audio producer/director Brendan Baker, who hails from public radio, specifically the Love + Radio podcast.

Following the team's iHeartRadio award for best scripted podcast, the second season comes highly anticipated. Titled Wolverine: The Lost Trail, this installment will explore the historical underbelly of Louisiana and introduce familiar comic characters such as the Cajun thief Gambit and Jason Wyngarde, mutant leader of the refuge Greenhaven.

The Hollywood Reporter spoke with Percy and Baker about how they built the immersive world and extracted the soul from Wolverine's savage exterior in season one, and the inspiration they drew from Apocalypse Now for season two: where Wolverine is the head of an investigation.

To give everything you have to this podcast, comic books must have made an impression on you. Can you recall your first impactful experience?

Percy:
I grew up in rural Oregon and it was such an isolated area that we didn’t have a grocery store. We had a mercantile. My mother would take me shopping and would deposit me at the end of an aisle beneath a spinner rack, and I would pull down comics and paw my way through them. If I was good while she was trundling down the aisles with her grocery cart, then she’d let me take one home. I still have a lot of these dog-eared, wrinkled, stained copies, but I was never a collector, someone who shrink wraps my comics, but I read them to death. I can’t recall reading any novels until fourth grade when I picked up The Hobbit. Comics books made such an imprint on me and it was the dawn of my understanding of storytelling. They had an incredibly formative effect on my life and imagination.

Baker: I didn’t have a lot of exposure with comics as a kid growing up. My initial awareness of the Marvel universe happened through the X-Men animated TV show in the ‘90s, so that’s when I came to know the characters and the video games. I did most of my comics reading in the last few years when preparing for this gig (Laughs).

Percy: A late-blooming nerd.

Baker: Well, I was always a nerd, but not that part of the nerd role.

Ben, you pitched this project to Marvel with a 30-page bible that ensured the job was yours for the taking. What is it about the character of Wolverine that excites you and how far back does your interest in the comics go?

Percy: He’s always been my favorite character. There’s something about being a very grumpy, smelly, short, muscular, cigar-chomping, whiskey swilling loner that makes the imaginative leap not too great when I’m writing about Logan.

There are different depictions of Wolverine in various comic books and stories; from the fun and cartoonish clawed beast to a character with real soul. How did you hone in on the elements that you felt most compelled to explore?

Percy:
I read my way through the [Chris] Claremont library and I love the work that Jason Aaron and Greg Rucka have done, in particular. I was really trying to hone in on the soul of the character and his savage qualities, his loneliness, his haunted-ness and his search for atonement. Maybe he’s spent a little too much time in the spotlight recently and its made him more warm-hearted and friendly character than I perceive him as. As much as I’ve enjoyed the films, I also feel like the character has been somewhat misrepresented outside of the film Logan. This was a deep dive into the soul of the character, and it’s a soul that is encased in a lot of muscle and hair and barbed wire and poison. Deep down inside of this guy there’s a heart, but he’s made a lot of terrible choices and he’s plagued by his decisions. His want to do the right thing does not come easily, so when we were looking at inspiration, Unforgiven was a primary source. It’s all about a character who has a history of violence who’s trying to escape it and is dragged back into the fray. This was a really unique take and I was surprised that Marvel allowed us to do it. We pushed Wolverine into the shadows once more and made him the subject of an investigation — I think that enhanced his mystique once again, but also made the characters and the audience afraid of Wolverine, as they should be.

The podcast feels like you’re in a comic book – it’s audio, but the visuals landscape is constructed, the sound is wall to wall, it’s all very palpable and suspenseful. What kinds of conversations did you have during production that set the trajectory on this path?

Baker: A lot of our process was one of iteration, so we would get Ben’s early drafts of the scripts and get a sense of what the world was and what the environment was going to feel and sound like. Early on, I made a playlist of music that evoked the same kinds of images of being in Alaska — there’s one scene in particular where a hunter sees Logan running with a pack of wolves in the distance — and I wanted to get an emotional feel for what that would sound like. Throughout my radio career, I’ve insisted that music and sound effects are working in place of the image; the elements in the music actually help listeners build the scenery for themselves. That’s one of the cool things about audio in that it sits halfway between film and a novel in the sense that, in a novel, you’re reading the text and building it in your mind; in a film you’re consuming it and being given the imagery and the sounds. Here, we’re in this middle ground where the sounds are creating a scaffolding for your imagination. So I would look at Ben’s scripts and try to figure out what kinds of images I was getting from the text and then find audio ways of emotionally translating that into sound, whether it was through effects or music. I think a big part of the process was taking the scripts and making early prototypes, so Chloe Prasinos [associate director] and I acted out the entire series to get a sense of what it would sound like. That gave us the framework to go back to Ben and give feedback on how the script was shaping up in the draft process.

Percy: It’s a really curious process, because if you think of comic books as being a visual medium, how do you replicate that with sound? How do you make a fight scene work? It was a learning process and part of that came from reading stories like All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, where the principal character is blind — it’s interesting to figure out how he replicated experiences through tactile moments. One of the things that I felt like was so inspiring was that I was in new territory, a frontier that I wasn’t always comfortable with. That led to all sorts of aesthetic discoveries and made storytelling feel fresh to me. For example, if we’re in. windblown forest, out at sea, in a cave, cult compound, interrogation room; how can the characters and the audience feel anchored in that environment, not just through expository dialogue, but through the sound effects that Brendan and Chloe are siphoning into the audience’s ears.

What was the casting process like for the audio Wolverine, and what kind of weight did Richard Armitage bring to the role?

Baker: We worked with a casting director to find Richard, and part of what makes him so perfect for the character are the qualities that Ben described earlier about Wolverine — his reluctance, the soul inside that’s often overpowered by savageness — Richard understood that at its core. When we wrote to him about the job, he wrote back this really long letter that described everything he was getting from the character after reading the scripts and it just felt like he grasped the vision of Logan. To reference what Ben was saying about Logan being in the shadows in the first season; in the second he’s brought out into the front a lot more. In the very first recording session for the second season, hearing him again in the role felt like coming home. Not only does he bring the character to life, but he adds nuance and layers into the relationships with the various characters in a way that gives [listeners] a sense of Logan’s pain. He’s trying reluctantly to be a good person while insisting that he’s not a hero. That tension plays through the entire series.


With the investigative formula that the show follows, it appeals to fans of Serial and other true crime podcasts. Was that part of the assignment or did it evolve naturally?

Percy:
It was not part of the assignment. I was told nothing, except “Pitch Wolverine.” Serial and S-Town definitely came to mind, but also Twin Peaks and True Detective. The latter is all about unreliability, and the interrogative formula of our first season aligns with that — every character has a secret and none of them are telling the truth. It’s your job as the audience to unpack the mystery alongside our agents, who themselves, aren’t being fully forthcoming.

Baker: One of the nice effects of telling the story this way is that the audience is closely aligned with the investigators throughout the whole series, so it has that effect that Ben was describing where Wolverine is in the shadows and the audience is at a little bit of a distance. They learn more about Logan as the investigators talk to people in the town and figure out why he’s there. This is a nice introduction for people who don’t know anything about the character, while also being rich with nuanced references for audience members who love Wolverine. Ben has encoded a lot of Easter eggs and references from the comics that are there for the fans.

Speaking of those who don’t know the character, how would you describe the emotional through-line of this podcast to them?

Percy:
In the first season, Logan remains largely in the shadows, he’s a mystery even to himself. We have a small town in Alaska that is put under the microscope and slowly unburdened of its secret. You have a Twin Peaks-like scenario where we’re looking at a character but also at a landscape where the narrative and the metaphors are entwined as we explore them. Ultimately, you’re exploring a turnstile of mysteries. In every episode, whatever you thought was going to happen soon gives way to a larger question mark that draws you into the next episode. We hope to defy the audience’s expectations as to who Wolverine is; though they might think they know him from the films or comics, we’re exploring new emotional territory.

You mentioned that in season two, Logan is going to emerge from the shadows in Louisiana. Can you talk about the new setting and continuing story?

Percy:
We didn’t want to rinse and repeat, so we flipped the paradigm. First you have Wolverine as the subject of an investigation and now Wolverine is the head of an investigation. In the same way that we had Alaska as the edge of the world, the last frontier, a wild place where people go to hide; we’re treating Louisiana similarly. It’s a ghostly stage in so many ways; it’s got these sunken shacks and cypress trees and swamps glowing blue in the night, French quarters, psychics, voodoo ceremonies — it’s a place where history lives. At the end of the first season, Logan is coming back into his memory, and now in Louisiana, a setting that informs this troubled region that he’s traveling through, a ghostly history is coming back to him. Apocalypse Now was a primary influence for season two, it’s a quest story. And a love story, but that has nothing to do with Apocalypse Now.

I imagine that season two will also introduce more elements of the Marvel universe, for those experienced enough to pick up on them.

Percy:
Indeed. We have characters like Gambit, who I’m especially excited to write. I love the 'frenemy' relationship, the odd-couple pairing with Wolverine and Gambit. And we have a villain that many will recognize, a lord of illusions who comes across really cool in audio. The way that Brendan and Chloe are rendering the psionic and telepathic influence of his character is eerie.

Baker: In the second season, not only do you get a sense of the Marvel universe but you get a wider sense of this world; whereas Alaska felt very remote as we were focusing on a small town, we now zoom out more and there’s a larger tension that Louisiana is experiencing right now with mutants.

This Marvel podcast was somewhat of an experiment; are you able to share the future of other Marvel podcasts?

Percy:
We can’t share too much except stay tuned! Can we say anything else, Brendan?

Baker: No, you hit the nail on the head there.

There’s also a comic book alongside the podcast – I know that’s not off-limits for discussion!

Percy: Yes, the second issue just rolled out. I had to take 10 episodes and truncate them into five, so it’s not simply a novelization of the podcast but sort of its own creature.

Baker: Seeing the audio universe filtered through a visual lens [by artist Marcio Takara and colorist Matt Milla], there are entire scenes where I was like, "oh my god," how did they know that Sheriff Ridge’s office was supposed to look like? They got it spot on.

Percy: One of the cool things that Milla does is he renders a different color scheme for every witness account, so the interrogative formula remains and as they’re interviewing different people and we slide into the past, he gives each of them a unique color aesthetic to tinge their memory.

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Noch einmal Werbung mit dem Trailer, von Wolverine retweetet: ;)

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"Wolverine: The Lost Trail" is coming to @Stitcher Premium on 3/25! Head to http://wolverinepodcast.com for more information. #WolverinePodcast


https://twitter.com/itsthewolverine/status/1108459108158656513


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SEASON 2 TRAILER

Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Lost Trail” is an epic quest that takes place in the Louisiana bayou. Following the events of Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Long Night,” Logan (Richard Armitage) returns to New Orleans in search of redemption, only to discover that his ex-lover, Maureen is nowhere to be found. And she's not the only one. Dozens of humans and mutants have gone missing, including the mother of a teenage boy, Marcus Baptiste. With Weapon X in close pursuit, Logan and Marcus must team up and follow a trail of clues that leads them deep into the gothic heart of the bayou, where they encounter biker gangs, Cajun thieves and a world of wonders that defies explanation. It is here that they find Greenhaven -- a refuge run by a powerful mutant named Jason Wyngarde.


https://www.wolverinepodcast.com/

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Die ersten beiden Folgen sind ab heute auf dem Markt.

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Richard promotet 'Wolverine' zum Erscheinungstermin auf Twitter und Instagram:

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@StitcherPodcasts @marvel @marvelstudios @officialwolverine Wolverine: The Lost Trail launches today, exclusively on Stitcher Premium


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