You might have heard that Marvel cancelled the solicitation for the last issue of Powers they’d solicited (a long time ago). Brian Bendis had a little bit of snark about that over on Twitter: media: if a book is pulled from the publisher by the author for a new publisher, it is not ‘cancelled’ […]
The news of the day is definitely Brian Bendis taking his talents to Burbank. (Bendis is from Cleveland.) A deal like that, Bendis almost certainly has at least some of his new workload in place and we’ll find out about it soon enough, but now’s the time when folks get to speculate about what they’d […]
Miles’ has a fresh start in the 616 — but is it any good?
Marvel has just unveiled additional details to Civil War II, the publisher’s next big crossover event. Instead of the traditional Captain America and Iron Man clash, a new cover unveils a feud between Captain Marvel and Iron Man. Previously we saw Iron Man and (Sam Wilson) Captain America in a clash as well. A major fight […]
This afternoon saw a pretty massive shift in the state of Marvel Comics as author Brian Michael Bendis announced his departure from the X-Men franchise. The author first started his run with All-New X-Men #1 in 2012, and is closing out his time with the X-Men in the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #600 in May. While long […]
The first trailer for POWER, the Playstation series based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming’s longrunning comic, debuted at theNYCC panel for the show. Sharlto Copley stars as Christian Walker and Susan Heyward as Deena Pilgrim. Copley is minus most of his outrageous accent, but he’s still nutty as hell and I love it. Also, f-bombs and maybe Walker is Bi?
On Friday, the long running—22 years!—Brian Bendis message board shut down with the above message, and al of its archives went with it. The Bendis Board was especially busy in the golden age of the message board (1998-2004) and hosted forums for many comics pros, including Gail Simone, David Mack, Kelly Sue DeConnick. I guess […]
Revisiting the debate over whether the Image model is as viable as the company model for creators to make a living.
THOR had its big Hollywood premiere last night and Brian Bendis was there to report on all the doings via Twitter. But first he had a tantalizingly busy day: