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Jeph Loeb & Simone Bianchi Reunite To Resurrect Wolverine Villain Sabertooth [NYCC 2011]
Jeph Loeb & Simone Bianchi Reunite To Resurrect Wolverine Villain Sabertooth [NYCC 2011]
Everyone knows that death is never permanent in superhero comics, but even this is a surprise. Despite being graphically decapitated in the conclusion of 2003's Wolverine: Evolution, the X-Man's longtime nemesis Sabertooth will return to the land of living in a future story by Jeph Loeb and Simone Bianchi, the creators who took him out in the first place...
Marvel Sets The Stage For 2012 With A Week Of ‘Point One’ #1 Promos
Marvel Sets The Stage For 2012 With A Week Of ‘Point One’ #1 Promos
With Fear Itself headed for its finale, Marvel's already looking ahead with the promotion of Point One #1, a 64-page one-shot out in November that will reportedly set the stage for seven major stories in 2012. Every day this week Marvel sent out a promo image attached to a creative team that hints at some shakeups and threats within -- and spinning out of -- the worlds of The Avengers, Spider-Man,
Marvel Animation: Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of SMASH [Comic-Con]
Marvel Animation: Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of SMASH [Comic-Con]
The second half of the Marvel Television Presents panel concerned Marvel's slate of animated titles. Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb got right into it with a thorough introduction for the upcoming Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. Involved in the series is Paul Dini, who is perhaps best known for his work on Batman: The Animated Series in the '90s, and Man of Action, a collective composed of Joe Casey, Joe Ke
Marvel’s ‘Alias’ Heads to TV as ‘AKA Jessica Jones’ with ‘Twilight’ Screenwriter
Marvel’s ‘Alias’ Heads to TV as ‘AKA Jessica Jones’ with ‘Twilight’ Screenwriter
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 inv

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