A couple years back, Marvel earned the eternal ire of the crazier side of comics fandom by publishing "One More Day," a story that ended with Spider-Man and Mary Jane selling their marriage to Mephisto in exchange for Aunt May's life. This story kick
This week marks Joe Quesada's tenth anniversary as Editor-in-Chief (and now Chief Creative Officer) at Marvel Comics and there is most definitely cause for celebration. It's been a pretty great decade for Marvel if you reflect upon the assortment of engaging stories, creative risks and majo
I was under the impression that we -- and in the subset of "we" I'm including the people who read comics and the people who make comics --had all quietly come to an understanding. I had thought we'd all agre
After DC Comics announced its new digital distribution program last week with specific emphasis on its plan to offer creators digital royalties equivalent to print, there were some rather sharp responses on Twitter from Marvel editors like C.B. Cebulski and Tom Brevoort, taking issue with the idea that DC had beat
Perhaps the most controversial superhero storyline in the past ten years, Spider-Man's "One More Day" polarized fans with Mephisto-powered reality warpage intended to unclutter the Webslinger's current continuity in one mysterious, marriage-stopping, Aunt May-saving swoop
Joe Quesada, long the Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics, is adding another title to the list: Chief Creative Officer. In his new role, Quesada "will provide creative oversight of all areas of Marvel's business including theatrical, television, publishing, animation and games, while also actively participating in all story and script development for Marvel's films and animation."
For most rock bands, a chance to meet or perform with music royalty is a major career highlight. For Kyle Stevens and Jim Demonakos of Kirby Krackle, however, that all-star experience is coming care of a jam session with one of comic's biggest names - Marvel EiC Joe Quesada.
The special performance mark's the release of "E For Everyon
Getting older is tough for a superhero, especially a guy like Wolverine who entered his declining years after a stint of what was essentially an ageless existence.
Fortunately for the mighty mutant, his son Daken has his best interests at heart in the newest installment of "Marvel Super Heroes: What the --?!" as he sends hi
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada talks details about the Disney buyout with Kiel Phegley at Comic Book Resources -- the only interview he'll be giving until the deal goes through. While Quesada repeatedly dodges on questions about Disney properties and potential deals,