Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada has penned an open letter to comics fans about how social media affects the industry.
Chief Creative Office of Marvel Entertainment Joe Quesada preferred DC Comics when his company was hired by Marvel in 1998.
Marvel Comics' chief creative officer Joe Quesada asks for the public’s help in recovering art stolen from his personal collection.
Marvel's chief creative officer Joe Quesada was the victim of burglary and theft recently which saw over $239,000 in art stolen from him.
Following President Obama's farewell address, Marvel CCO Joe Quesada recalled his own personal experience with the Commander-in-Chief.
The Zero Dark Thirty lead will star in and produce a film adaptation of the Jimmy Palmiotti/Joe Quesada comic of the same name.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada returns to NYCC for his "Cup O' Joe" panel, joined by Axel Alonso, Charles Soule, Nick Spencer and more.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada discusses his long career and gives tips to aspiring creators at NYCC's Creators Studio panel.
Get a taste of Joe Quesada's take on Finn Jones as Danny Rand in a new motion poster for "Iron Fist" on Netflix.
The Wolverine commissioned special cover art to commemorate his longtime collaboration with the director on Fox's X-Men franchise.
Joe Quesada discusses the positive impact of "Civil War," and how Marvel's philosophy differs with DC, in Part 3 of CBR's interview series with the Marvel CCO.
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada speaks with CBR News about the impact of Marvel's comic on the future of its TV/film adaptations, the unlikely success of Guardians of the Galaxy and more.
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada opens up with CBR News about his day-to-day work with the company, his longing for interior art work, and Marvel Knights' impact on the current slate of Netflix series.
Fan favorite artists like Michael Cho, Sara Pichelli, Chris Samnee, Adi Granov and more turned in covers for "Darth Vader's" finale.
Joe Quesada celebrates the twenty-fifth and final issue of Marvel's "Darth Vader" with a striking portrait of the Sith lord.
Following the "Suicide Squad" director's comment and subsequent apology, Quesada told Marvel fans to "give [Ayer] a break."
Marvel's CCO Joe Quesada holds court with Marvel fans and reveals what's coming up from the House of Ideas.