We’ve been hearing from a few folks that Bill Jemas – the once controversial publisher of Marvel and most recently at Double Take – was thinking about dipping his toe back into comics. And, according to my usually accurate Barcon sources, former Marvel e-i-c- Axel Alonso with him is also involved in some way. ICv2 today […]
Back in 2011, Axel Alonso was named editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics. I reached out to Marvel to do an “entry interview” and the wish was granted, perhaps because I knew Axel from working together. This interview is, as far as I know, one of only a handful of free, open non-event focused interview Alonso did […]
How Cebulski’s appointment as Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief signals a less US-centric and less direct market focused editorial approach to comics
Although some were wondering of former Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso had been moved to a different position at Marvel, this tweet would indicate that he’s left the company. Axel Alonso leaves an incredible mark at Marvel. His vision shaped some of our most iconic Super Heroes and stories. We wish him the best. […]
After months of speculation that he would be departing, Axel Alonso has indeed ended his run as Editor in Chief at Marvel. And his replacement is a bit of a surprise: CB. Cebulski, a longtime Marvel mainstay who has worked in many capacities at the company. Most recently he had moved to Shanghai to work […]
Marvel has a new trailer for Legacy which comes out on September 27 and will change EVERYTHING…back to the way it was. Marvel Legacy will take over Marvel comics from October into January, and possibly beyond! It all starts in Marvel Legacy #1, which heralds the return of the greatest heroes of the Marvel […]
The Fantastic Four are moving around around in the Marvel bullpen. Long sidelined in the comics due to their movie rights being controlled by another studio – and the movies being very bad – they haven’t been published in comics form for a while, a sad decline for the book that actually launched the […]
OK, as near as I can make out, in September, after all the old and new Marvel characters team up in the Generations thinger we told you about yesterday, there will be a NEW story tying it all together, Marvel Legacy by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic, and after nothing will ever be the same […]
At last week’s Marvel retailer retreat, the publisher and the merchants hashed things out.
Marvel gave more details on Generations, a 10-issue event that will team returning heroes with newer ones.