What do you do when you wake up in the future? Hail to the King, baby!
I often discuss the “renumbering conundrum,” when comics companies change the numbers of the issues of certain series’ in order to boost sales. Well, we have a lot of “big event” numbered books coming our way soon! Personally, I’m looking forward to them!
When people rolled their eyes at DC Comics’ 51 covers for Justice League a few years ago, they probably never thought Marvel would try something like that. Guess again.
We know Doom is God and ruler of Battleworld and Stephen Strange is dead by his hand. But how did Doom become God and what happened to Owen Reece aka Molecule Man? Answered are revealed and Major Spoilers has your review of Secret Wars #5.
Press Release This May, time has run out and Secret Wars, the landmark 8-issue event, is ready to shake the very foundations of the Marvel Universe as you know it. But first, on Tuesday, January 20th 2015 at 3 p.m. Eastern, we’re hosting the ground breaking SECRET WARS LIVE KICKOFF!
Press Release Come to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor this September 5th, 6th, and 7th for the 14th annual Baltimore Comic-Con at the Baltimore Convention Center! Joining our already-overwhelming list of comic book superstars, we are proud to announce Tom Brevoort and, courtesy of Hero Initiative, Al Milgrom and Denny O’Neil!
During an interview with MTV Geek, editor Tom Brevoort showed off the brand new look Captain America will get when Marvel NOW! kicks into high gear.
Remember that Take My Trade campaign Marvel Comics Executive Editor Tom Brevoort was doing?Â Check out the update as Tom finally lands his hands on a partial copy of the first Fantastic Four issue. So the hunt continues.Â Anyone wanna give up their copy? via Marvel
IDW has announced it has hired Andy Schmidt as the new Senior Editor for the company. Andy started his comics editing career with Marvel Comics under Executive Editor Tom Brevoort, where he quickly rose from assistant to full editor helming such projects as X-Men, X-Factor, Ms. Marvel, and Annihilation. He left Marvel in June of last year to launch his own successful comics-teaching business called Comics Experience and started freelance writing. His combination of skills makes him the perfect candidate for the Senior Editor position at IDW. â€œWhat started as a casual conversation between Chris Ryall and myself about how
It’s been announced at the New York Comic Con and over at the Myspace Comic Books page that Mark Waid will be taking a crack at the web head in Amazing Spider-Man. Says Joe Quesada: That is the beauty of [Spider-Man Editor] Steve Wacker. Steve and [Executive Editor] Tom Brevoort reached out to Mark, and I’ve always been a fan of his work. And I really loved the House of M: Spider-Man issues he did. It’s just a natural match, a natural pairing, to put him on that book if the timing and schedules work out. And they did. I