Each week AXEL-IN-CHARGE -- CBR's weekly Friday afternoon Q&A with Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso -- features not only his thoughts on the latest industry matters, but also a peek inside upcoming Marvel releases.
In this past Friday's installment, Alonso reflected on the major success of Marvel's freshly released "Star Wars" #1 -- and the long road it took to get to that point. Additionally, the column included a peek of one of the Marvel Universe's space-faring titled -- "Guardians 3000," with four pages of new art from Februray's issue #5 by series artist Gerardo Sandoval including an eye-catching double-page spread.
And with lots of speculation swirling around the fate of the Ultimate Universe in "Secret Wars" -- with a press conference set for Tuesday in New York City concerning the event, promising "the announcement to end all announcements" -- this week's AXEL-IN-CHARGE also contained a peek at February's "Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man" #10, by series artist David Marquez.
Finally, last Friday's column provided a glimpse of the latest adventure of Angela -- like Star Wars, a relatively new Marvel acquisition -- in February's "Angela: Asgard's Assassin" #3, illustrated by Phil Jimenez.
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