A whole slew of new books were announced last week at New York Comic Con. The exact figure comes somewhere close to the amount of Slave Leia’s that were cosplayed. I of course have no source for that little factoid, but it just seems right. Anyways, take the jump for two new series coming from Marvel in 2013.
This week and last, the Major Spoilers Crew has taken a look at the Tim Sale/Jeph Loeb Marvel team-ups with color themes. So we wonder, what is the best of the Marvel “color” books? VOTE!
If you were still trying to figure out Marvel’s cryptic teaser image, you don’t have to burn anymore brain cells as it’s been announced that Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness are bringing Cable back in Cable Reborn. Marvel’s EIC Axel Alonso believes that Cable will be one of “breakout” Marvel characters of 2012, and Loeb is just happy to be back doing one of the characters that worked on when he first came to Marvel, back in the day (the early 1990s) when comics were still “on paper,” as he jokingly put it. You’re going to have to wait a
Press Release Megastars Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness (HULK, Superman/Batman) reunite this December for an action packed story of epic proportions. Want to know what it is? Find out in two weeks at the Cup O’ Joe Panel (Saturday, July 23rd at 2:45PM PST) during Comic Con International in San Diego! via Marvel
If you didn’t see her pictures scattered across the Intardwebz already this past week, here’s Major Spoilers’ Cosplay Girl Victoria’s gallery of images from the San Diego Comic Con.
Press Release Marvel Entertainment, LLC announced today that it has appointed Jeph Loeb as Executive Vice President, Head of Television, a newly created division of Marvel Entertainment. In this new role, Mr. Loeb will work alongside Dan Buckley, Publisher & President of the Print, Animation & Digital Divisions, Marvel Worldwide, Inc., to translate Marvel’s popular characters and stories to the television medium, in both live-action and animation formats. In addition to these responsibilities, Mr. Loeb will oversee the development and distribution of live-action, animated and direct-to-DVD series. Mr. Loeb was previously a Marvel-exclusive Eisner-Award-winning comic book writer and an Emmy-nominated
The first arc of the Superman/Batman series by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness has been confirmed by several online sources as the next DC animated feature to follow Green Lantern: First Flight. If the animated film is true to the series, it will feature President Lex Luthor framing Batman and Superman as enemies to the world as a Kryptonite asteroid heads toward Earth.Â He then offers up a one million billion dollar reward to bring the two in.Â This then leads to giant rocket ships, Captain Atom and Hawkman making appearances, and concludes with Luthor in his famous green armored
Marvel has announced Hulk #9 continues the series sell out record.Â According to the company, the series continues to be a hit among fans as readers try to figure out who is the Red Hulk. â€œThis has been the greatest ride ever,â€ said series writer Jeph Loeb in a prepared statement. â€œHaving Arthur Adams and Frank Cho join us for those three issues (and for some surprises to come!) was not only a great pleasure, but it kept the HULK right on top!Â Be sure to come back next issue when Ed â€˜Edâ€™ McGuinness returns!â€ While Marvel hasn’t said this
It was only a matter of time before fan and reviewer trashing of the third season of Heroes led to changes in the show.Â The first casualties of the shakeup find co-executive producers Jesse Alexander and Jeph Loeb being shown the exit. It’s understood that Alexander and Loeb were let go because of Peacock execs’ frustration with the creative direction of the show. The show is also said to have been grappling with hefty budget overruns this season, that are going well beyond its already sizable $4 million per-seg pricetag. I can’t say that I’m not surprised, but I axing
Marvel has announced the next reprinting of Ultimates 3 #1 will get the black and white treatment to showcase Joe Madureira’s artistic stylings. “What a wonderful gift for the fans of the book,” says writer Jeph Loeb. “Joe’s artwork looks great in color, but to see what an amazing illustrator he is just off his pencils is a mindblowing!” Take the jump for a peek of the black and white issue that arrives March 12, 2008.
Marvel Comics has announced Onslaught Reborn has sold out at Diamond Comics Distributors. The company has told us they don’t have plans at the moment to go back to press with a second printing, but it is considering it. We’ll keep you updated, should this change. Covers for issues #2 and #3, plus more info after the jump.