Now that the lawsuit is settled, many things can be done with the characters from the Spawn universe. Marvel got their hands on Neil Gaiman’s Angela, and Joe Quesada has a whole new look for her in the upcoming Age of Ultron #10.
Though it just kicked off, Marvel is already teasing the end of the Age of Ultron by letting everyone know that Marvel Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada, will be doing the art duties on the closing pages of the Age of Ultron series.
Marvel has announced that Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada will provide a variant cover to Amazing Spider-Man #700 that arrives in December.
This February, Valiant Entertainment will release a deluxe hardcover of Mark Moretti and Joe Quesada’s Ninjak for fans everywhere.
With marvel NOW underway, it’s time to get crackin’ with some variant covers, because those did so well in the ’90s. Marvel Comics has announced that Joe Quesada will provide a number of variant covers to books arriving in the coming months, and we’ve got your first look, after the jump!
Tuesday, the day before New Comic Book Day, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada will appear on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk up the launch.
Marvel will be announcing a new ongoing series from the creative team of Matt Fraction and David Aja at this weekend’s C2E2. You’ll need to head to Marvel’s Cup O’ Joe panel on Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 5:15 PM.
During the Cup o’ Joe panel, Joe Quesada announced that Jeff Lindsay will be writing a comic book adaptation of his novel, Darkly Dreaming Dexter for the company.
Dexter, for those of you who haven’t heard a thing about it, focuses on a serial killer vigilante who works as a forensic scientist who can use his job and abilities to cover up his crimes. The novel was adapted into the Showtime television series, now in its sixth season.
Marvel has announced that COO Joe Quesada is providing the variant cover to the upcoming Avengers: X-Sanction #1 (another #1 from the company).
Marvel is coming to Anaheim this year to make its historic debut at D23, the ultimate Disney fan event, and we’re pulling out all the stops!
During the Cup O’Joe panel, Joe Quesada announced a new 64-page book called Point One that will serve as the “rosetta stone” for the company’s 2012 stories.
This is a one-shot that arrives in stores in November.
Recently, DC Comics announced they would be “relaunching” their entire line of comics, with new number ones. Along with these new number ones, will be a line-wide redesign for every character. Many of these redesigns have already been criticized, so instead of hating on a bunch of costumes from comic books that haven’t even been published yet, I will be taking a stroll down memory lane, in the hopes of digging up redesigns that should never be forgotten. Join me, will you?