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Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso are back on CBR, and the Marvelous pair bring discussion on how events ranging from "One More Day" to "Shadowland" take shape and hold up while giving Infinity Gem and Alpha Flight news.
Fresh off a week-long trip to L.A. to make plans for the future of the X-Men, Axel Alonso returns with Tom Brevoort to talk about X-Force, Jean Grey and a special "Avengers" announcement.
From the return of the CrossGen catalogue to the Red Hulk's Avengers membership and more, CCI held plenty of surprising Marvel news and Tom Brevoort took time to discuss it all and share exclusive art in this week's T&A.
While much of the Marvel staff hits Comic-Con International, Tom Brevoort pulls double duty in Marvel T&A with word on format experimentation, the future of Bucky Cap and more.
Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso return to CBR with a look inside Marvel's latest debated covers for variants program as well as news of returning characters to "Secret Avengers" and Greg Rucka's Marvel comeback.
CBR is proud to present a new weekly feature with Marvel VP Executive Editors Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso with a first installment looking inside Marvel Editorial, the idea of too much Deadpool and two new project announcements.
With digital comics royalty payments debate overtaking the web, Marvel E-i-C Joe Quesada explains who will be getting paid and lifts up the curtain on the recent Avengers Summit with an exclusive look at "Avengers" #3.
Marvel Editor in Chief Joe Quesada takes time to share his personal memories of the recently departed Al Williamson, reminiscing on the man and his talent, his humility and inspiring approach to work and life.
Marvel's now multi-titled Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada is back with his first interview since being named CCO, discussing Marvel's high-profile digital release and teasing a brand new project with the help of Mark Millar.
In an all-new, all-fan question and answer session, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada tackles crossovers with DC, canceled titles and calls in Matt Fraction for a hand.
Marvel Comics EiC Joe Quesada is back for an all-new CUP O' JOE with answers to some of the hottest topics in Marveldom, from the long search to find a screen Steve Rogers to Marvel on the iPad and more!
Joe Quesada is back with a new Friday installment of Cup O' Joe where the Marvel E-i-C dives into the new management at the Distinguished Competition, his upcoming rock show and the future of the X-Men Universe.
In his return to CBR, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada addresses controversy over an issue of "Captain America," explains the building blocks of the Heroic Age and speaks on the cancelation of "S.W.O.R.D." and "Doctor Voodoo."
Joe Quesada is back for a frank discussion of Marvel's publishing plans with regards to their movie slate, word on Matt Fraction's “Thor” and a response to the announcement of DC's upcoming line of original graphic novels.
Marvel's E-i-C Joe Quesada is back for another round of fan questions covering the state of the X-Franchise to the role of gods at Marvel to the announcement of two long-awaited series, plus exclusive X-Men and Spider-Man art!
Joe Quesada takes CBR behind the scenes and shows us the process he used to create his four interlocking covers for "Siege," from the initial Iron Man sketch that the concept sprang from to the final penciled artwork.
In part-two of CBR's holiday weekend Q&A, Marvel E-i-C Joe Quesada digs into what event fatigue means to him, says a single word devised to flip Spider-Man fans out and explains why Marvel won't try to capitalize on the "Twilight" phenomenon.
Fresh from a trip to Los Angeles, Joe returns to tease his and Brian Michael Bendis' latest round of meetings on Kenneth Branagh's "Thor," gives his take on DC Comics' top six showing in the October sales chart, talks back-up features and more.
Marvel E-I-C Joe Quesada returns to his weekly column to answer reader questions about everything from the future of online comics to the fate of books like "Iron Fist" and "X-Men: Origins," and much more.
Joe Quesada wraps a string of high profile announcements with news of where Marvel's biggest franchises will be heading in the new year, plus exclusive art from upcoming issues of "Doctor Voodoo," "Strange" and "X-Men: A Girl Named Hope."