Mighty Marvel Spider Spoiler – Monday Trending Topics

Posted by October 29, 2013 Comment

marvel-logo-squareI peeked at the script, and was intrigued. But you shouldn’t if you don’t want a SPOILER. CB Cebulski of Marvel is planning a portfolio review at the Festo Comic Con in Mexico. And Marvel and the show have made a downloadable script of Mighty Avengers #1 available for people to create some sample art to be judged. And new artists for Marvel discovered!

But the script has some issues. One of which is that it reveals just who the unknown, silhouetted Spider-Hero from Mighty Avengers is.

 

Most-Read Comic Stories Monday:

Identity Of Spider-Hero In Mighty Avengers Accidentally Leaked (SPOILERS)

CB Cebulski of Marvel is planning a portfolio review at the Festo Comic Con in Mexico. And Marvel and the show have made a downloadable script of Mighty Avengers #1 available for people to create some sample art to be judged. And new artists for Marvel discovered!

Tess Fowler And Modern Day Misogyny In The Comics Industry

Tess Fowler is a remarkably accomplished cartoonist with past work published by Zenescope and currently with The Rascals, Porkchop Army and Apocalypse Princess Army to her name. As part of a recent discussion, she tweeted to Brandon Graham about her own experiences with misogyny in the comics industry.

Comics Industry Reacts To… The Death of Lou Reed

The world of Comics reacts to the passing of Lou Reed…

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Monday:

Kevin Feige Drops Hints About Marvel Studios’ Spin On A Secret Identity Story

During my big sit-down with Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige, we talked for a while about ideas from comic books that they’ve yet to translate to cinema. They introduced that whole crossover deal – in a big, big way – and Coulson on TV is rocking the  ”back from the dead” trope, but are there any more concepts from the page that he’d like to see on screen?

Pharrell Williams And Hans Zimmer Are Working Together On The Score For The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The first Amazing Spider-Man film was scored by James Horner and it had been previously announced that Hans Zimmer would score the sequel, but it’s certainly news to me that Pharrell is also working on the score.

 

(Last Updated October 29, 2013 10:52 am )

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