|Quesada, still dry.|
The biggest announcement Quesada revealed during the panel was the return of his (in)famous Friday Q&A column, under a new name and on a new Web site. What was once "Joe Fridays" will, as of March 21st, become "My Cup O' Joe." The column will still be published every Friday on the social networking Web site Myspace. In addition, Jim McLauchlin, former Editor-In-Chief of Top Cow and current head honcho at Hero, will serve as the new moderator.
Quesada said that the move to Myspace was not because of any bad blood between Marvel and Newsarama, its former home, but instead because of the company's growing relationship with MySpace.
|Not so dry anymore!|
As the panel concluded, Quesada and McLauchlin encouraged those attending to walk over and donate money to the Hero Initiative to get a chance to attempt to dunk Quesada in a dunk tank. Several of the first fans (or perhaps non-fans) who attempted to get Quesada all wet called to him that "This is for Cap!" or "This if for Mary Jane!" before completely failing to hit the target, causing Quesada to begin egging on the fans. It was not until Quesada jokingly threatened to kill Spider-Girl that the first ball hit its target. Quesada was dunked a total of six times.