Tag Archive: Joe Quesada

Apr 08 2015

Where to Start Reading: Comic companions to Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ for Netflix

Marvel’s DAREDEVIL for Netflix is set to bring the Man Without Fear back to life, the first live action depiction of the character since 2003’s film with Ben Affleck. The 13 episode series stars Charlie Cox in the titular role of Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil), and launches the TV universe that will include AKA Jessica Jones, Luke …

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Nov 11 2014

Behind The Panels Issue 116 – Daredevil: Guardian Devil

Welcome to Behind the Panels Issue 116, the comic book show that’s known for its twist endings. In this issue, Hans Zimmer is confirmed as the composer on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. We look forward to hearing those two notes again. THEN both Marvel and DC Comics reveal their big events for 2015. …

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Jul 23 2013

List of 5: Wolverine comics you should read

First introduced in 1974 in the pages of The Incredible Hulk, he was introduced to the X-Men in the pages of Giant X-Men #1 in 1975, and soon became a staple of Chris Claremont‘s historic run that followed. Now the character is quite literally everywhere, occupying several of his own monthly titles, along with various X-Men and Avengers …

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Jun 20 2013

Review: Age of Ultron #10

It’s all been building to this. The inconsistent series reaches its final issue, and the major surprise is finally revealed. Was it worth the wait? There’s been an established pattern the last few years for Marvel events: one major event begets another. It’s a cycle readers of comic books should we well and truly used …

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May 10 2013

Marvel reveals Joe Quesada’s Angela for Age of Ultron

Not too long ago, it was announced that Marvel’s current “event” Age of Ultron #10 would have the controversial appearance of Neil Gaiman’s Angela, in an issue co-written by the prolific author and series writer Brian Michael Bendis. It was an odd move considering the recent legal wrangling between Todd MacFarlane and Gaiman over the rights to …

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