Though we took time to stuff ourselves on the requisite turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, CBR News was still busy during the recently passed Thanksgiving holiday, and in case you missed them here are a few of the high points from the long weekend.
- Mark Bagley spoke with CBR about his time on "Ultimate Spider-Man," rounding out our week of coverage of the tenth anniversary of the popular Marvel comics, Parts one and two, an extensive conversation with the series' sole writer Brian Michael Bendis, preceded our talk with the longtime series artist.
- Kevin Smith spoke on the final issue of his run on Dynamite Entertainment's "Green Hornet," describing the way in which he went from planning to simply turn the script over to Phil Hester to adapt to being intimately involved with the comic book process and revealing the potential for him to return to the character's four-color adventures in the future.
- Marvel Comics' editor-in-chief Joe Quesada returned for a new CUP O' JOE to talk about Marvel's television prospects, the cancellation of "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," the death of Ultimate Spider-Man and more.
- Current Bat-architect Grant Morrison gave CBR readers a peek into the first year of "Batman, Incorporated," revealing the reason Bruce Wayne has deemed it necessary to build a global team of Batman and why the costumed detective chose the locations he'll be setting up operatives.