Ed Hannigan

Crash Course: Get To Know 'Cloak & Dagger' Before The TV Show
Crash Course: Get To Know 'Cloak & Dagger' Before The TV Show
Cloak and Dagger are two of the most-beloved C-List Marvel superheroes, and there's been a concerted effort to bring them to television in one form or another for the last few years. While casting and production is still in the rumors stages, we know that the runaway superheroes (lower-case "r") are gearing up for their own show on ABC's Freeform channel. If you don't know your Cloak from your Dagger, we've put together a Crash Course to get you up to speed.
The Fantastic Four Enjoy Breakfast In Ancient Coloring Book [Art]
The Fantastic Four Enjoy Breakfast In Ancient Coloring Book [Art]
While we remain dedicated readers of Jonathan Hickman's ongoing Fantastic Four saga, a 1983 coloring book unearthed by cartoonist Mark Anderson may give the Marvel Comics architect a run for his money. Created by David Anthony Kraft, Ed Hannigan and Chic Stone, the story finds the heroes of Marvel's First Family enjoying some leisure activities before being set upon by the Frightful Four... Read M
Wolverine Unleashes His Berserker Rage On Calvin and Hobbes’ Snowmen
Wolverine Unleashes His Berserker Rage On Calvin and Hobbes’ Snowmen
Back in November, Marvel's contribution to Hero Initiative saw numerous talents including Darwyn Cooke, Tim Seeley, Ed McGuinness, J. Scott Campbell and dozens of others donate variant "Weapon X" #100 covers for charity. Still, as pointed out by The Beat via Occasional Superheroine, one of the most seasonally appropriate covers came from artist Ed Hannigan, who had Wolverine pay a visit