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The Making of Joe Quesada’s ‘Venom’ #1 Cover [Art]

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Despite overseeing Marvel Comics for a decade as Editor-in-Chief and operating now as the Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment, Joe Quesada was and always will be an illustrator at heart. Before his work as an executive, Quesada rose to fame with a series of high profile comics projects like Batman: The Sword of Azrael, X-Factor and his creator-owned series Ash that spotlighted his dramatic and meticulous style, and he continues to demonstrate his fondness for creating comics art whenever time allows...

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Axel Alonso Promoted to Marvel Editor-in-Chief

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Longtime Marvel editor Axel Alonso has been promoted to Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Entertainment, the company announced today. Alonso previously held the position of Vice President, Executive Editor and presided over much of the publishing house's major works over the last ten years, including the X-Men line, the Deadpool titles and the mature readers MAX imprint...

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Marvel’s ‘Alias’ Heads to TV as ‘AKA Jessica Jones’ with ‘Twilight’ Screenwriter

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While development of Guillermo del Toro and David Eick's version of The Hulk has been public knowledge since news broke last month, it looks like Marvel's first new live-action television series will actually be AKA Jessica Jones, based on the MAX Comics series Alias by Brian Michael Bendis that took a gritter look at the Marvel Universe through the eyes of a former superheroine turned private investigator...

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‘One Moment in Time': The Spider-Man Story Nobody Wanted [Review]

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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...

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10 Years of Joe Quesada at Marvel: A Timeline

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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 major events that have gone down...

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Amazing Spider-Man #639: Remember When That Thing You Remember Didn’t Happen? [Review]

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SPOILERS FOLLOW.

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 agreed to appreciate the current run of "Amazing Spider-Man" and the often enjoyable stories produced by the creative teams that have worked on the book since it went monthly with the events of "Brand New Day" while not speaking or thinking about the awkward meddling from on high that set the rules of the current status quo in place...

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Joe Quesada Fires Back About Marvel’s Digital Royalties

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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...

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Marvel Reveals More ‘One Moment In Time’ Artwork

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It's still a few weeks until the July 21 release of "Amazing Spider-Man" #638, but Marvel's not slowing down when it comes to teasing what could be the biggest reveals in the Web-Slinger's recent history...

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Marvel Gives Readers Their First Look Into ‘One Moment in Time’

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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...

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Joe Quesada Promoted to Chief Creative Officer of Marvel

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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...

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