Han, Leia, Luke? Check. Droids? Check. Darth Vader? Check. Stormtroopers? Check, Check and Check. Lightsabers? Check. Blasters? Check. Wookiee butt? Definitely Check. Millenium Falcon? Check! Good job, Marvel, you got all the Star Wars.
When the former Spawn character Angela makes her debut in Marvel's Age of Ultron #10, she'll be sporting a new look, courtesy of Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada. But don't you worry; she'll be staying true to her busty angelic bounty hunter roots. Check out her redsign here.
Joe Quesada is Marvel Comics' Chief Creative Officer, and one of the most respected artists in comics. But he's also a tech geek at heart, and here's what got him started.
The first issue of Marvel's new Infinite Comics format comes out on the iPad tomorrow. It's a technological step forward—it allows artists to pace the storytelling by shifting focus within a single drawing, or staggering the appearance of text bubbles in dialogue. Yet, as Marvel's Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada…
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There's no denying that Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada has revitalized the publisher, taking it from bankruptcy to dominating the comic industry and breaking into movies. We sat down with him at Comic-Con to find out what happens next.
As if it wasn't enough for X-Men Origins: Wolverine to flop with audiences, now it's being held up as a movie that corrupts America's youth. The reason? Not the killing, the affirmation of the sideburn lifestyle or even Liev Schreiber's bad acting. No, it's all about Wolvie's cigar habit.
Internet outcries over the cover to upcoming Marvel comic Marvel Divas have reached the ears of editor in chief Joe Quesada, and he'd like to address them. Well, pretend to address them, anyway.
Once the Ultimatum Wave has finished its tear, the Ultimate Universe as we know it will cease to exist. Marvel's Joe Quesada explains what's next for Ultimates and announces a new pair of Halo series.
Despite telling readers to "embrace change," Marvel's Secret Invasion only offered changes that are cosmetic and temporary. With the final part of the big comic event hitting stores this past week, we look at why this latest alien invasion disappointed, and was ultimately all about the status quo.