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CCI - CUP O' JOE PANEL


Marvel has provided Comic Related with images from the Cup O' Joe panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con International, running from 11:15AM-12:15 PM PST, Saturday, July 24, 2010.

Here is the blurb from the panel listing at www.comic-con.org/cci:

Marvel: Cup O' Joe-- This is it, Mighty Marvel fans -- the no-holds-barred, anything-goes, full-of-surprises panel you've waited for all year! Marvel's EEK (editor-in-chief) and CCO Joe Quesada takes on all questions, shocks the audience with jaw-dropping announcements, and keeps you guessing with surprise guests. You never know who will show up, but you better be here, because this is the panel that everyone will be talking about!

You can watch a replay of Marvel's live blog of the panel here:
http://marvel.com/news/comicstories.13155.sdcc_2010~colon~_cup_o~apos~_joe_panel_liveblog

Joining Joe Quesada on the panel were editor Mark Paniccia, editor Axel Alonso, Jeph Loeb, Matt Fraction, Brian Bendis and Arune Singh.

Another teaser for the new Man Without Fear, listing all the possibilities, and teasing that the new title holder would be revealed at the end of Shadowland.

First image of the day:

The Hulk #24 Cover

Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness will be stepping down from The Hulk with this issue. Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman, the creative team of Atlas, will be taking over the title with issue #25, beginning with an arc called "Scorched Earth". Red Hulk is being redeemed as he helps to take down the Intelligencia.

Gabriel Hardman Red Hulk Sketches and The Hulk #26 Cover

Loeb will still be writing Ultimate Comics X, doing something with Frank Cho in the future after New ultimates, and he and McGuinness will be doing Avengers Three in 2011 starring Captain America, Thor and Iron Man. Loeb has been promoted to Head of Marvel Television if anyone didn't know, hence moving off Hulk.

Orson Scott Card is writing a prequel to the original Ender's Game called Formic Wars: Burning Earth in 2011.

Formic Wars: Burning Earth

Marvel will be serializing a Disney graphic novel called Tron: The Betrayal, with Tron: Legacy back-ups.

Through the years, Quesada says we'll see a mix and match with Disney. This was followed by a VERY interesting teaser image:

And this image was posted alongside this on Marvel.com:

YES!!! Discuss!!!

Joe Q. said he couldn't talk about the teaser image above.

The panel then turned to the Q&A portion. Here are the highlights from that.

Stefano Casselli is working on a new project, which will be announced tomorrow.

Women in Marvel initiative has been very successful.

Joe Q. can't talk about the Runaways movie (YEP), but repeated what was said about the characters in a previous panel.

No change in day-to-day since the purchase by Disney.

In the next week or so there will be a huge announcement about animation.

Cosmic titles Nova and Guardians of the Galaxy will NOT be returning after the Thanos Imperative, but maybe sometime down the line. There are very big plans for Cosmic Marvel currently.

Marvel's vampires don't sparkle.

Jeph Loeb: "Disney is empowering Marvel. They're going to give them the resources to allow them to do what they want to do right."




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