The Internet is full of advice about how to effectively enter the comic book industry as a pro - not all of it sound and not all of it up-to-date or publisher specific. There's no one-size-fits-all approach to making a career in comics happen, but Marvel comics is offering the next best thing: "Breaking Into Comics The Marvel Way," a two-part book that chronicles how a bevy of up-and-coming Marvel creators got their work seen and landed gigs at The House of Ideas.

Marvel Editor Daniel Ketchum broke down the issue's significance as part of the publisher's weekly "Marvel Hotline" Web series, citing the variety of artists and writers who contributed to the title. Featuring the advice of Marvel's Talent Czar (a title I totally made up just now, but it's mostly accurate) C.B. Cebulski, the book will explain the publisher's selection process in conjunction with showcasing all-new short stories.

See what Marvel and Cebulski have to say about breaking in their way when the series' first installment arrives in stores this Wednesday.