We don’t quite have plans along those lines since we don’t do many long form features like that and our ongoing series need to stay visually consistent. We do use different art styles as a way to serve a particular story, though.
See Spider-Verse later in the season as well as our Spidey Christmas episode for examples.
Glad to hear because we love Falcon. He’s a HUGE part of season 2, so let us know what you think as we get deeper into the season.
Apparenty they can be under the right circumstances.
Don’t you remember that classic Thor story where he had the mumps? THE MUMPS!!!
More than you can afford!
Me too, sister. I am so excited for the Netflix Daredevil series I can barely sleep.
Avengers and Agents of SMASH? Not a bad idea. You’ll like something we have in the works…but it won’t be on either series.
Yes, I do.
THANKS! As a looong time comic book reader, those pages were always super important to me, so it was always a cool part of the job to be able to continue the tradition.
I do apologize for leaving you with Nick Lowe. It’s like going following a Springsteen concert with Color Me Badd.
I don’t know who exactly was responsible, but any design changes run through Eric Radomski, our Senior VP of production and Chris Fondacaro, Executive VP of Creative Services, two very talented guys who do a lot more behind the scenes than people realize.
As for seeing some Rhodey…stay tuned.