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During Kid's Day at New York Comic Con, Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb showed episodes and talked about the new seasons of "The Super Hero Squad Show" and "Iron Man: Armored Adventures."
"The Incredible Hulk" is set to return to television courtesy of Marvel and ABC. The character previously appeared on the TV in the early 1980s in the fondly remembered drama series starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno.
The "Iron Man" anime doesn't premiere on G4 until next summer, but fans were treated to a glimpse, as well as other Marvel anime efforts at the New York Comic Con, and CBR News has all the details.
An A-list lineup of talent from Jeph Loeb to Jason Aaron lined up for the last big Marvel panel of NYCC 2010, and CBR News was on hand to bring the news of "Ultimate Captain America," the future of Marvel cosmic and much more.
The Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief hosts his signature panel as accompanied by Marvel's biggest executives, Brian Bendis and Jeph Loeb, revealing news of a new "Moon Knight" series, an NBA tie-in comic, CrossGen and more.
The director of the latest Warner Bros. animated direct-to-DVD movie spoke with CBR News about bringing the popular story arc to video and how important it was to stay true to the source material.
With the events of "World War Hulks" having delivered their final blows to the life of Bruce Banner, Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker are back for one last look at the story, from the human fallout to the hulking future.
Jeph Loeb unveiled Marvel TV’s first anime project at Comic-Con International in addition to announcing three upcoming Warren Ellis animated projects scheduled to air on cable network G4.
Comic-Con International hosted the world premiere of Marvel Studios' animated series "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" in a panel which also announced an upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man" cartoon.
Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Hulk" #24, the final chapter in the ling-running "World War Hulks" saga, written by Jeph Loeb and featuring art and cover by Ed McGuinness. The war concludes August 18!
Marvel Editor-in-Chief and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada brings his signature panel to San Diego along with news including the return of CrossGen, the new "Hulk" creative team and Jeph Loeb's "Avengers 3."
The Mondo Marvel panel at Comic-Con International featured C.B. Cebulski, Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb and more announcing new projects including several Captain America series and "Rocket Raccoon and Groot."
With Marvel announcing Jeph Loeb as their head of TV and talking about live-action programming for both ABC and ABC Family, what characters and/or stories would you want to see translated into television shows?
One week into his new position as the head of Marvel TV, and the writer behind Marvel hits like "The Hulk"is deep in the work of finding Marvel's first small screen show, asking fans to help his hunt.
With the announcement that Jeph Loeb will be helming Marvel Studios' new television division, SPINOFF has come up with a list of seven characters that deserve a shot at small screen success, from Black Widow to Power Pack.
Jeph Loeb has been appointed Executive Vice President, Head of Television, a newly created division of Marvel Entertainment. In this position, Loeb will oversee the translation of Marvel characters to television.
Jeph Loeb and Greg Pak are back in THE GREEN ZONE to tell the story behind the story of the Red Hulk, including how they pulled off the super secret mission of keeping the character's identity safe this long.
Jeph Loeb spoke with CBR TV at the recent C2E2 convention about keeping the identity of Red Hulk a secret, working on the mystery with Ed McGuinness, his Ultimate Universe titles, Arthur Adams, Frank Cho and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "New Ultimates" #2 by Jeph Loeb and Frank Cho, on sale in May in comics stores everywhere.
Marvel addressed the burning question of would-be comics professionals: how do I break in? The panel of writers, artists, and editors answered questions and discussed their own experiences of getting their first work.
The minds behind "Fall of the Hulks," from Jeph Loeb to Greg Pak and more, unite for an hour of talk on what's in store for the future of the Goliaths Green and Red in "World War Hulks" and CBR was on the scene.
An A-List lineup of Marvel talent, from Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada to Jeph Loeb, hit the stage at C2E2, to bring all the news on new Ultimate series, official word on "Shadowland" and what makes "Avengers" unique.
While fandom prepares for the promised throwdowns and revelations at hand in "World War Hulks," the writing trio of Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker prepare for a pirate Hulkpool and other wild adventures of Marvel heroes gone Hulky.
CBR's ongoing discussion with Hulk epic architects Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker continue as the trio address the fallout from the just wrapped "Fall of the Hulks," from best laid plans to big gamma changes.
Augie finds the third volume of the "Hulk" hardcovers to be a return to hilarious glee-filled fun. He has one qualm on Soleil/Marvel's "Ythaq," but generally likes it. Plus, the return of the Pipeline Podcast.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Hulk" #21, featuring the latest chapter in "Fall of the Hulks" as presented by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness. The issue smashes into stores next Wednesday, March 17.
Jeff Parker spoke to THE GREEN ZONE about a villain's about face in "Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk" and the ladies at the heart of "Savage She-Hulks." Plus an exclusive look at Frank Cho's interlocking Hulk variants!
The triple tag team of Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker return to riff on the biggest "Fall of the Hulks" revelations and reflect on "Planet Hulk" as well as Betty Ross' return while unveiling exclusive art from "Hulk" #20.
Marvel has released solicitation information for Ultimate Comics shipping in April 2010, including "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #9, "Ultimate X" #2 and "Ultimate Comics Avengers 2" #1 by Millar and Yu.
The full lineup for the new Ultimate Comics series by Jeph Loeb and Art Adams is revealed, featuring a look at some characters who may be familiar mutants or even new faces, as well as one Hulking hero
Marvel Comics has just released a fourth teaser image for "Ultimate X" revealing another character who strongly resembles Liz Allen. No information accompanied the image other than the question, "Who Or What Is Ultimate X?"
The writers behind "Fall of the Hulks" return to explain the tumultuous events in the Marvel Universe that make this story essential for 2010 and delve into the expansive Hulk cast, from the Red Hulk to the role of Rick Jones.
CBR kicks off a new weekly column focusing on the events smashing through Marvel's Hulk family of books featuring a round table interview with the writers behind "Fall of the Hulks."
"Hulk" #18 focuses on Doc Samson and marks the return of artist Whilce Portacio to Marvel. We talk with the Image Comics co-founder about working with Jeph Loeb, returning to Marvel, and more. Plus: an exclusive look at art from the issue.
Marvel Comics has just released this first look at their upcoming "Fall of the Hulks: Gamma" one-shot which hits stores in December 2009, from Jeph Loeb and John Romita Jr. with a cover by Ed McGuinness.