In a recent Formspring question and answer with fans, the frequently and refreshingly candid Marvel Executive VP Tom Brevoort answered several questions from fans about whether apathetic fans or angry fans were worse for sales of comic books, and his answer was unequivocal: When it comes to selling comics, it's better to be hated than to be ignored.
As an auspicious start to a most welcome initiative, Marvel Comics announced this week Doctor Strange: From the Marvel Vault #1, the first in a series of previously unreleased works finally seeing the light. On sale in February 2011, the Doctor Strange one-shot wa
In an effort to answer fandom's call for more accessible content, Marvel Comics is launching a new initiative designed to pull new readers into established comic book runs via self-contained, 22-page stories priced at $2
If you're entertained by Marvel vs. DC factionalism and enjoy a little corporate theater between the Big Two, then you probably love Marvel executive editor Tom Brevoort no matter which company you back, because the man knows how to stir things up. As h
In March 2007, the original Captain America, Steve Rogers, was assassinated on the steps of a New York courthouse after a fierce battle over civil liberties of heroes. His one-time sidekick, Bucky, stepped up to take on the mantle of Captain America, and the world moved on
I was as surprised as anyone to learn of Mike Wieringo's untimely death at the age of 44 last month due to a sudden heart attack brought on by a congenital, hereditary problem with his aorta. Having never had the pleasure of meeting the artist, whose work I've long admired, it seemed a no-brainer to attend the tribute being held in his honor at the Baltimore Comic-Con
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