Marvel is bringing back the acclaimed line of adult-themed comics from the 90s in a line of collections.
As folks make plans for the Labor Day weekend, one activity I’m sure is high on everyone’s list is running out to see Marvel’s Inhumans on IMAX, right on the to do list after changing the kitty litter and cleaning out the microwave, I’m sure. In fact I just checked the 7 pm showing at my local, and if you haven’t made plans, some good seats are available.
We screened the pilot episode of Marvel and Netflix series Jessica Jones at NYCC 2015 to see if the show has the potential for Daredevil-level success.
With Jessica Jones gearing up for its Netflix debut sometime later this year, the press around it is starting to gear up. Per IndieWire (easily one of my favorite film sites), their team got a chance to chat with Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb and showrunner Melissa Rosenberg during the TCAs about what’s coming […]
In the long forgotten year of 2008, Captain America: White #0 washed up against the shores of time. Traditionally, zero issues herald the arrival of #1s (or in the case of the New 52, insert themselves into the time stream a year after the reboot). White, however, never got a #1. Until now. Today, Marvel announced […]
The conference calls are back at The Beat! Last night Jeph Loeb participated in a phonecall with member of the comics press to discuss the coming launch of a new Nova series – starring a new Nova. The series will be drawn by Ed McGuinness, and here’s Marcos Martin’s cover for issue #1: Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/
Jeph Loeb went on a media tour last week, talking to a bunch of websites about his new position running Marvel Television. Variationson a theme in most interviews, but piecing together a few bits of info, i’s clear how this is aimed at boosting Disney’s TV presence, as he told Splash Page: