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Original Sin Annual Plus A Blind Inhuman And His Dog Are Some Of Marvel’s Next Big Things

Joe Glass liveblogged this panel. The panel included Executive editor Mike Marts, senior editor Nick Lowe, and writers Charles Soule, Gerry Duggan and Mark Waid will be taking us on this tour of the next big storylines in the Marvel Universe, so stay tuned for live updates …

New Shield Comic To Bring TV Characters Into The 616

From the Liveblog by Joe Glass: SHIELD issue 1 coming in December by Mark Waid and Carlos Pacheco, Alan Davis, Chris Sprouse and more, introducing characters from the TV show into the 616. They will be done in one stories, and …

Image Watch – Talking Outcast With Paul Azaceta

By David Dissanayake Outcast, the new Skybound/Image Comics horror series from Robert Kirkman, Paul Azaceta, and Elizabeth Breitweiser hit stands a couple weeks ago to almost universal acclaim.  A really well constructed neo-horror story of demons and possessions, Outcast is …

Happy Fourth of July, From Batman And Me!

By Nikolai Fomich In 1994, Batman and I saved America. But I’m getting ahead of myself. It was the first of July, and the Environmental Fund Celebration of Millville, NJ – where I lived at the time – was in …

“You’ve Already Met The Big Bad. You Just Don’t Know It Yet.” – Mark Waid Talks Doctor Spektor

Mark Waid’s new Doctor Spektor series is unique among the Gold Key characters that Dynamite has relaunched. Unlike Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, Magnus: Robot Fighter and Solar: Man Of The Atom which all seem to take place in their own worlds, Doctor …

Mark Waid Returns To Boom! For…Something

Mark Waid has announced that, after a parting ways with Boom! after his stint as Editor-in-Chief there in 2010, he is returning to the project with a new creator-owned work, alongside a “a dear friend of mine, one of the …

Extended Previews – Solar, Turok, The Green Hornet, Flash Gordon and Dejah Of Mars

This week we’ve got a bevy of extended previews from Dynamite. Two of the Gold Key books with Solar: Man Of The Atom #3 and Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #5. We have the conclusion of Mark Waid’s run on the Green …

Is Mark Waid’s Insufferable Based On Observing Grant Morrison And Mark Millar?

This is how Mark Waid describes the origin of his new Thrillbent series, Insufferable. Mark Waid was Grant Morrison‘s editor on Doom Patrol, and worked with Morrison, Mark Millar and Tom Peyer on the abortive Superman HIVE pitch that caused …

On A Spoiled For Choice Weekend, New York Comic Fest Remains Unique – Photogallery

The New York Comic Fest took place as a one-day comic con in White Plains, New York on Saturday, vying for regional attention alongside Eternal Con in Long Island and NY Special Edition by Reed Pop in New York City. …

NY Comic Fest Comes To White Plains This Saturday – With Steranko, Snyder, Waid, Sienkiewicz, Haspiel And More

The New York Comic Fest is coming to the West Chester County Center in White Plains, New York, this Saturday for a one-day only event and this its first outing as a convention, run by the same folks who have …

Preview Of Mark Bagley On Hulk Vs. Iron Man

Whether you are following Original Sin or not, the idea of Mark Bagley drawing a fight between the Incredible Hulk and the Invincible Iron Man is pretty freaking cool. Plus the series is written by Mark Waid so it’ll be …

“A Bronze Age Comic That I’d Never Read…” – Mark Waid Talks Doctor Spektor

Doctor Spekter: Master of the Occult is the fourth of Dynamite’s new comic series based on the classic Gold Key characters. Series writer Mark Waid talks to Dejah Of Mars scribe Mark Rahner about taking on the lesser known character …

Empire Returns Fourteen Years Later – Mark Waid Talks About What Comes Next For An Omnipotent Supervillain

When Empire appeared in print from Gorilla Comics in 2000 (a creator-owned company formed by Mark Waid, Kurt Busiek and others), it was a comic ahead of its time for many reasons, not least of which was that it featured …

Mark Waid On Wrapping Up His Green Hornet Run

Mark Waid is wrapping up his run on the Green Hornet for Dynamite with issue #13  and with issue #12 shipping this week. Dan Abnett had a chance to ask Waid about his run on the character and how he …

The Comic Industry Reacts To… Bob Wayne’s Departure

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool broke the story that DC Comics’ longest standing executive, Bob Wayne, would be stepping down from the publisher when it moves from New York to Burbank. Reaction was swift, Bob Wayne and I started one week apart …

Mark Waid Clarifies Decision to Leave Hulk With #4

Yesterday, Marvel Comics announced that Gerry Duggan would be writing Hulk from issue 5, replacing Mark Waid, and we ran the solicitation this morning. Mark has a reputation for having a Hulk-like temperament and so some suspected a walk out. …

Mark Waid Vs. Dan Jurgens Over The New 52est Title

We’ve got a thriller on the Twitter going on this evening between Marvelous Mark Waid and Daring Dan Jurgens over a perceived slight about the New 52… with special guest appearance by Pounding Patrick Zircher. All over the following book: …

When Scott Snyder Got Batarangs And Why Mark Waid Does Not Write Batman

So, someone gave Scott Snyder working, sharpened Batarangs, for Free Comic Book Day at Alter Ego Comics in Muncie, Indiana. Was this a good idea? And he was joined by a few friends, Mark Waid, Chris Samnee, James Tynion and more. …