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Robot Roulette | Jim McCann
It’s time once again to spin the wheel and see what questions fate has in store for one lucky comic creator–which means it’s time for Robot Roulette. Out of 36 …
CCI: Marvel House of Ideas
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada and other special guest bring the latest in the Marvel Comics App, social media and more for Comic-Con International. Plus, new details on the upcoming Marvel Infinite Comic.
The Fifth Color | My public apology to digital comics
Dear Digital Comics, I’m sorry. I’m sorry I considered you gimmicky and fake. I’m sorry I thought that you were unwieldy on my computer screen and that your pictures were …
WC12: Marvel’s Next Big Thing
Marvel wrapped its presence at WonderCon 2012 with some new announcements and a panel of creators to unveil the latest developments at the House of Ideas.
WC12: Marvel House of Ideas
Marvel brings digital comics to WonderCon with its House of Ideas panel, bringing the latest updates for the Marvel Comics App, Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited and more.
With this ring, I say thee ‘Yay!’
Most people’s engagement pictures probably consist of a loving couple holding hands in the park or maybe sharing a kiss on a bridge. Kind of like this. But for the …
Comics A.M. | Why Marvel spoils stories in the media, Green Lantern lateness
Publishing | Arune Singh, Marvel’s director of communications, addresses how Marvel works with media outlets to break major storyline news and in many cases spoil the story, like Ultimate Spider-Man …
Francis Manapul helps Marvel PR maven Arune Singh propose
Comics really can bring people together. Take, for instance, the above art by Francis Manapul, who created it as a favor for a friend who was proposing to his girlfriend. …
FAN EXPO: Pint O’ C.B.
Marvel's Senior Vice President for Creator & Content Development C.B. Cebulski joined fellow staffers Steve Wacker and Arune Singh for a comedy-packed question-and-answer session with fans at Fan Expo Canada, and CBR was there.
C2E2: Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way
Marvel addressed the burning question of would-be comics professionals: how do I break in? The panel of writers, artists, and editors answered questions and discussed their own experiences of getting their first work.