It seemed like a foregone conclusion following Disney's $4.05 billion acquisition of Star Wars owners Lucasfilm last year, but Marvel and Dark Horse Comics made it official today: The Star Wars comics franchise will move next year from Dark Horse, which has had the license for 22 years, back to Marvel, which published the first Star Wars comics when the original movies were coming out in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The launch of two new books saw the return of Marvel's cosmic titles at yesterday's Marvel Cup O' Joe panel at New York Comic-Con -- but we were told not to think of them as "cosmic" anymore. The panel led by Marvel chief cr
Faced with internet outcry over the news that Ghost Rider creator Gary Friedrich has been ordered to pay Marvel Comics $17,000 in damages from a lawsuit over ownership of the character, Marvel has broken its silence on the case with Publisher Dan Buckley and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada giving an interview about what they call "a very tough situation for everyone involved."Speaking to Comic Book Resources, Quesada attempted to correct what he called misinterpretation in so
Marvel Comics is proud to announce that industry legend Alex Ross-who broke new ground with his seminal Marvels limited series-will return to Marvel Comics in 2008 with a brand new project-Avengers/Invaders. Set in current continuity and featuring Marvel's mightiest heroes from the past and present like never before, this 12-issue limited series will reunite the award winning