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When the Post Office Ruined Fantastic Four for Tom Brevoort

When the Post Office Ruined Tom Brevoort’s Fantastic Four Art

Marvel Executive Tom Brevoort was expecting a very nice page of Aaron Kuder artwork for his collection, but his local postal service had other ideas in mind for the longtime Marvel employee. Brevoort posted a photo to Twitter showing a page from Fantastic Four #5, the wedding of Ben Grimm and Alicia Masters. According to […]

Tom Brevoort is 8 Months Behind on Reading Marvel Comics; Let’s Spoil Them for Him

If you’ve ever wondered why Marvel comics seem to make less and less sense within the shared continuity of their own universe, with characters appearing in multiple books in the same months on completely different adventures and world-threatening events like invading celestial hosts going apparently unnoticed in other titles, perhaps Marvel Executive Vice President Tom […]

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A History of Why Marvel Comics Didn’t Publish the Fantastic Four for 3 Years

Today, Marvel Comics announced that they would be publishing a new Fantastic Four monthly series beginning in August — the first of the sort in three years. Here’s a history of how Bleeding Cool broke the story on why there wasn’t one — and found all sorts of implications. In 2014, Bleeding Cool reported that […]

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Tom Brevoort on Marvel Two-in-One: “This Is Really a Fantastic Four Book”

Marvel Two-in-One starring The Thing and the Human Torch has finally hit stores today, and if you haven’t read it yet, go and do that now, or at least go read Bleeding Cool’s spoiler post about it, and this one too. Done? Okay. There will be mild spoilers below. We won’t go in depth about what’s […]

Brian Michael Bendis Will Get To Say Farewell To His Marvel Favorites

Brian Michael Bendis is leaving Marvel for DC Comics. Typing that still feels weird. After years and years playing at the House of Ideas, what will become of Jessica Jones, Miles Morales, The Defenders, and other stories Bendis had in the pipeline? According to him, he will get to wrap things up nicely. Responding to […]

Marvel January 2018 Solicits: Weekly Books For Everyone!

AVENGERS #675 MARK WAID, AL EWING & JIM ZUB (W) • PEPE LARRAZ (A) OCT170809 WRAPAROUND COVER BY MARK BROOKS OCT170810  TRADING CARD VARIANT COVER BY JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER OCT170811 CONNECTING VARIANT COVER (1 OF 4) BY JULIAN TOTINO TEDESCO OCT170812 VARIANT COVER BY ALEX ROSS OCT170813 SKETCH VARIANT COVER BY ALEX ROSS OCT170814 AVENGERS […]

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Dan Slott Sticking With Amazing Spider-Man For “Long Haul”

With all the shake-ups and revamps Marvel is applying to itself through Legacy in the hopes of garnering goodwill, one thing that is not apparently happening soon is the departure of writer Dan Slott from Amazing Spider-Man. In an interview with comicbook.com, Marvel honcho Tom Brevoort discussed Marvel Legacy and the upcoming changes. One question asked by the interviewer was the […]

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Jonathan Hickman Returning To Marvel “Sooner Than You Think,” Says Tom Brevoort

Unfortunately, it’s just for those final two issues of S.H.I.E.L.D. that were never published. Marvel Executive Vice President Of Never Answering The Goddamn Question Tom Brevoort appeared in an interview with ComicBook.com today to deftly avoid giving a straight answer to any questions the website asked him. One of those was a question about when […]

Brevoort: Parts Of Secret Empire “Made The Right People Unhappy And Upset”

ABC hosted its final Secret Empire livestream Thursday to talk about the events of Secret Empire Omega and the aftermath of the series. Being gluttons for punishment, we watched it to hastily transcribe the comments of Marvel guests Tom Brevoort, Alanna Smith, and Nick Spencer. Here are the highlights: Brevoort, on how Secret Empire ended: […]

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What Fatigue? “Every Story Is An Event” In New Marvel Legacy Trailer

In what we all should have seen coming as the inevitable conclusion to Marvel’s publishing strategies over the last decade, a new trailer for Marvel Legacy #1 touts the tagline “Every Story Is An Event.” Marvel finally has the solution for the event fatigue its readers have been suffering from. From now on, every Marvel […]

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Nick Spencer Explains Why It’s OK For Marvel To Spoil Secret Empire

Spoilers are bad. They ruin people’s enjoyment of comics, and they undermine the efforts of creators to tell compelling stories. Unless the spoilers are coming from Marvel itself, through sanctioned articles on mainstream media outlets. Then, the spoilers are good. Or, at least, inevitable. Just ask Secret Empire writer Nick Spencer, who responded on Twitter […]


Why Marvel Should Bring Back The Thunderbolts

Jim Zub, Jon Malin, and Matt Yackey’s Thunderbolts is one of the best comics to come out in recent years. There, I said it. It’s the truth. Here we have a comic that perfectly balanced character and action, perfectly understood the characters and the spirit of the team, and had some of the most endearing […]

Clique-Bait: Comic Folk Describe Their Creative Process With A GIF

When Marvel Comics executive and guy who never misbehaves on Twitter Tom Brevoort said, in his statement announcing that he will probably quit the social media service, “I think my time on Twitter is coming to an end. There’s simply no conversation to be had here anymore, just anger & fodder for clickbait.” The anger, […]



Jim Zub Just Pitched Another Thunderbolts Series And Needs Fan Support

So, yours truly was being a casual fanboy this morning, tweeting at Jim Zub to obsess over his Thunderbolts book and asking if it will be returning after Secret Empire’s conclusion: Is there still a chance this masterpiece could return after Secret Empire? — Josh I Guess (@joshdavisonbolt) June 26, 2017 I was hoping for […]

Is This Marvel’s Best Editorial Idea Of The Year?

Coming up with ideas to fuel the growth of the entertainment industrial complex is no easy task. Under high pressure to come up with new ideas, entertainment companies occasionally have a misstep. Take, for instance, Sony’s plan to release “clean” versions of popular movies, which Bleeding Cool reported on earlier this week. Though the idea of edited […]