omgicantbelieveitreallyhappened asked: The random background characters in stories, do you suggest sometimes who should be drawn in it or do you just let the artiest have fun with it?
99% of the time it’s the artists doing their own thing. What i try to keep an eye on is making sure that when we show street scenes in big cities we see a wide swath of different “types’ of people. Young, old, male, female, people of different ethnicity…. that kind of thing.
Anonymous asked: Is Clinton still giving that speech?
rebelsofshield asked: Any upcoming plans for Curt Connors/ideas of when we will see these plans?
Nothing on the iMMediate Horizon.
liverbird3 asked: Could you run a competition (open only to me) for two tickets to Thoughtbubble to see you guys on Saturday? I hate money!
Sure. Whoever arranges it so that the Cardinals won this year’s World Series gets free tickets and…what the hell…a limo.
Anonymous asked: Was huge MI13 fan. Will Black Knight be in Revolutionary War?
No plans. Sorry.
Anonymous asked: Don't you wish people realized that Peter Parker's status as an "Everyman" would be jeopardized if he started dating Carol Danvers, Jessica Drew, Jennifer Walters, etc.? Last I checked, an "Everyman" doesn't date super-heroines.
Then you haven’t met my wife.
Where I differ from folks like yourself is that I don’t think any of these characters think of themselves as “super heroes”. They are skilled people with jobs to do.
Carol, Jessica, et al…have no reason to look at Peter and think “oh that’s an everyman”. They see a guy who fights right next to them and has saved their bacon time and again with his skill and ingenuity.
Plus his snappy sense of wit and unconventional looks are guaranteed to drive women wild!!
Hmm…maybe I’m projecting a bit.
jasonenright asked: Thank you. You're right Sana's last name is funny (in my head, it sounds like "I'm on it!") and she is an awesome editor. to be more specific about my question, I have found 2 or 3 editors I really like, but Previews doesn't list editor's names. Sometimes I'm on the fence about a book and if I knew Sana or Jeanine edited, it would put me over the top. Is there a way when previews comes out, that I can find out who the editor of each book is?
Nah. If you had never known those editors’ names you might never have tried their books in the first place.
My advice is try everything and stick with what you like.
Also Sana works for me, so I take credit for anything you like of hers.
jasonenright asked: I wanted to say thank you to the entire Marvel team for what look to be some really great looking marvel Now books starring some female heroes. I am adding She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, and Black Widow to my pull list. Question: I've noticed I like certain editors more, when a book is solicited is there a way to find out on your site or elsewhere who the editor is? That would help me in deciding whether or not to pre-order. Also can we get All-New Marvel Now Spider-Woman: Jessica Drew? Thanks!
As far as your question goes…a general rule of thumb is, the funnier the last name the better the editor.
trollbananacrust asked: So now that venom and scarlet spider are cancelled we can finally get that Mary Jane solo book where she has the greatest co star in marvel history. Mille the model.
Anonymous asked: Do you feel that the key to preserve the integrity of Peter Parker's mutual relationship with Carol Danvers is to not explain it at all. Just add a few more super heroines into the mix like Spider-Woman and Black Widow and fans will stop asking about Carol and Peter as they would be a few other heroines that he can relate to as alternates to the Black Cat in Spider-Man's world. Natasha and Jessica's messed up lives are no different from Peter's, So they can relate on that. Do you agree?
This post gives me the munchies.