Marc Laming On X-Men Gold And Other Creative Changes To Jean Grey, Hulk And Prox Transmissions

Once upon a time in the mid-nineties, I first met Marc Laming when he was drawing a self-published title with Martin Shipp, Six Degrees. It was part of a boom in creator-owned comics with a commercial appeal at the time. I still have the set, and the thematic follow-up, Gyre. He’s worked on many, many projects since, including American Century, Grindhouse, Flash Gordon, Star Trek, Fantastic Four and Planet Hulk.

But there is always something special about working on the X-Men. And now, instead of the solicited RB Silva drawing X-Men Gold #14, Marc Laming will be. Pencilling and inking.

Still, nice one, Mark.

On that subject, #7 will now be drawn by Alberto Jimenez, instead of the previously solicited Victor Ibanez

Hulk #11 will now be drawn by Sebastian Carrillo, instead of the previously solicited Georges Duarte.

Doctor Strange #25  now has Juan Frigeri join the previously solicited Kevin Nowlan.

And Prox Transmissions, solicited with art by “Mirko Colak & more” now defines that “more” as Andrea Broccardo, Manuel Garcia, Marco Lorenzana, Martin Marrazzo and Tom Grummett.



About Rich Johnston

Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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