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Marvel Entertainment ha creato la nuova divisione Marvel Television per occuparsi di tutti i progetti riguardanti il piccolo schermo: direct-to-video, serie animate, serie live-action. Al comando è stato scelto Jeph Loeb, scrittore e produttore di Smallville e Heroes, il quale ha rilasciato un'intervista che riporto da Badtaste:

Dopo l'acquisizione della Disney è sembrato chiaro che lo studio fosse interessato a trasporre i personaggi Marvel sul piccolo schermo. C'era già una relazione in corso dentro al mondo dell'animazione, la Disney ha cosi tanti network (la Abc, Abc Family, Disney Channel, Disney XD, ESPN) e quindi un mucchio di opportunità per entrare in questo media improvvisamente sono divenute disponibili per la Marvel. [...] Loro mi hanno offerto questa incredibile opportunità con questa nuova divisione, lavorando con i network Disney, per portare il catalogo Marvel sugli schermi televivi.

Sull'animazione che vedremo da qui ai prossimi anni:

Beh, ci sono tre aree differenti dell'animazione che noi continueremo ad esplorare per lavorarci: la prima sono i film d'animazione direct-to-video, come Planet Hulk, che adoro. La seconda prevede il continuare a espandere le aree dell'animazione, attualmente hanno Marvel Super Hero Squad, che è su Cartoon Network. In autunno ci sarà Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes su Disney XD, e stiamo sviluppando Ultimate Spider-Man, sempre per Disney XD. Ci sono anche altri progetti nell'animazione che stiamo sviluppando ma di cui ancora non siamo pronti a parlare. [...]

Loeb ha poi parlato brevemente delle serie live action che sono, ovviamente, le più attese dai fan:

Stiamo lavorando con la Abc e la Abc Family per trovare le proprietà giuste, i personaggi giusti e poi svilupparli. Per iniziare, esploreremo il campo della serie tv di un ora simile alle serie a cui ho lavorato, come Smallville e Lost.


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messaggio 1/7/2010, 15:25
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Può solo essere benefica la cosa smile.gif e la scelta di Jeph Loeb per tenerne le redine mi sembra davvero appropriata! wink.gif


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Ottima decisione!


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Finalmente....spero che mandino tutte le serie di Spidey! biggrin.gif
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Oltre al Giappone, la Marvel si espanderà anche in Cina e India con nuove serie televisive.

Ecco l'articolo da C21 Media:

Marvel taps unexploited territories, characters

MIPTV: Comic book giant Marvel is developing a host of new TV franchises following its acquisition by Disney, as well as animé versions of some of its best-known characters.

Marvel Animation president Eric Rollman told C21 the company is now looking to take its properties into markets where Marvel is unexploited, such as Japan, India and China.

"There is great room for us to grow our brands in these countries," he said, adding that traditionally these markets have been difficult to produce product in, particularly Japan, which has been reluctant to air Westernised product.

Marvel has, however, now struck a deal with Japan's Madhouse Studios (Ninja Scroll, Vampire Hunter). "Madhouse has said that it is willing to work with us and interpret the characters into animé. We've really let Madhouse run free with it, as long as it respects the integrity of the characters," Rollman said.

Marvel is understood to be talking to Madhouse about a number of properties, which will be released in Japan this year and across the rest of the world in 2011.

Marvel has done the same thing in India with the adaptation of a show called Defenders. "It's going to reach very broadly and tie in with lots of pieces of the culture there," said Rollman.

Marvel has some 7,000 characters in its library and now that it has a studio parent, in the shape of Disney, it is expected to roll out new versions of The Hulk, Iron Man and Spider-Man, as well as lesser-known characters such as Black Panther, Nighthawk and Tigra.

At present, Marvel is on air with Superhero Squad in several territories. Rollman said the show is Marvel's first attempt at comedy and the first time it has taken all the universes of Marvel and put them in one programme.

While the show is aimed at kids, Rollman said that some characters are included "as a nod to the fanboys."

"We like to write a show on multiple levels, so it's accessible to new fans, but also to let the fanboys know we are writing for them as well," he said.

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Tra le nuove serie televisive previste per la Marvel Television ci sarà anche la serie tv ispirata ai fumetti dei DEFENDERS e ci sarà anche una serie televisiva in prima serata intitolata MARVEL KNIGHTS, con temi più adulti.

Ecco la notizia da C21 Media:

Marvel to behold

Marvel Entertainment is ramping up its animation slate after joining the Disney fold. The company's president of animation, Eric Rollman, tells C21 Kids what's next.


Marvel Entertainment has a business spanning comic books, films, television, toys, theme parks and video games, and since officially joining the Disney family at the turn of the year is planning to expand its animated interests considerably.

The US$4.24bn acquisition by Disney instantly added an enormous trove of valuable comic book properties to the Mouse House, with applicability to nearly every entertainment medium. Additionally, relatively few Marvel characters have been exploited as either film or TV franchises.

It's great news for Eric Rollman, a former Fox Kids and Saban executive who has helmed Marvel Animation for six years as president.

While Marvel is building up what it does on the live-action film side - in the shape of Iron Man, Iron Man 2, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, The First Avenger: Captain America and The Avengers - it is also growing its TV toon development.

"Marvel is very bullish on animation and has fully funded its third 52-episode series," Rollman says. "In the past, we never did that and the great thing about being part of the Disney family is that the company is made up of animators. They respect it and understand that it's animation that drives consumer products, and so our strategic business is the same."

Marvel has some 7,000 characters in its library and now it is expected to roll out new adaptations of The Hulk, Iron Man and Spider-Man, as well as lesser-known characters such as Black Panther, Nighthawk and Tigra.

"We're a 360-degree entertainment company and we're concentrating on what Marvel does best, which is managing our brands. We understand our characters and have several thousand in the universe that in some way interconnect. So to build these integrated universes but at the time keep them separate is something of an art form," explains Rollman.

In TV, Marvel is on air in several territories with Superhero Squad. Rollman said the show is Marvel's first attempt at comedy and the first time it has taken all the universes of Marvel and put them in one programme. So as well as targeting teens and adults of all ages, for the first time it has attempted to make an entry-level show for kids.

While the show is aimed at youngsters, Rollman says that some characters are included "as a nod to the fanboys," such as Screaming Mimi. "We like to write a show on multiple levels, so it's accessible to new fans, but also to let the fanboys know we are writing for them as well," he says.

Marvel has also just announced an animated take on Ultimate Spider-Man for Disney XD, beginning in 2011.

While a high proportion of Marvel programming will now automatically go to the Disney XD boys' channel, Rollman says that some will not because it is not necessarily the right content for kids. "We have a primetime series called Marvel Knights, which deals with more adult themes. The tagline reads, 'Move over kids, daddy's watching Marvel,'" he explains.

"In terms of distribution, Marvel has in the past worked with different sales teams around the world and we had little control over what was going on air or when. We would have liked to see our properties on certain channels that were aligned with the brand, but our distribution partners may have been looking at where was going to make us the most money.

"Of course, it would be ideal to have both, but it's great that we're now working with the best. For me, it's such a welcome to have that kind of expertise, manpower and enthusiasm since the deal started," he says, referring to Disney's distribution muscle. "The product keeps growing exponentially and we can feed the pipelines."

Looking ahead, Rollman says the company is now planning to take its properties into markets where Marvel is unexploited, such as Japan, India and China. "There is great room for us to grow our brands in these countries," he says, adding that traditionally such markets have been difficult to produce in, particularly Japan, which has been reluctant to air Western content.

Marvel has, however, now struck a deal with Japan's Madhouse Studios (Ninja Scroll, Vampire Hunter). "Madhouse has said that it is willing to work with us and interpret the characters into animé. We've really let Madhouse run free with it, as long as it respects the integrity of the characters," Rollman says.

Marvel is understood to be talking to Madhouse about a number of properties, which will be released in Japan this year and across the rest of the world in 2011. Marvel has done the same thing in India with the adaptation of a show called Defenders. "It's going to reach very broadly and tie in with lots of pieces of the culture there," adds Rollman.


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Da Ign:


Hulk Smashing Back to TV
Cloak and Dagger also being developed by Marvel Television.
by Eric Goldman

Eric Bana, Edward Norton, Mark Ruffalo, move over. It looks like we might be getting the fourth actor to play Bruce Banner within a decade, as Marvel is developing a new live-action Incredible Hulk TV series.

Hollywood Reporter revealed the news that Marvel and ABC were working together on a potential new Hulk show, naming it as a priority at the recently launched Marvel Television. The other project of note in the TV realm for Marvel is Cloak and Dagger, which could headed to ABC Family.

When Disney bought Marvel last year, it seemed a no-brainer that a lot more TV series would be developed based on Marvel characters, with Disney owned channels like ABC, ABC Family and Disney XD all likely homes for such series. The selection of the Hulk as the first big project is a bit of a surprise though, given that he'd been used in films in the past decade (and will be again in Avengers of course), but in some respects makes sense, given the Hulk's history. The 1978 Bill Bixby/Lou Ferigno Incredible Hulk series was a big hit – easily the most notable live-action Marvel project until the past decade, when Blade, X-Men and Spider-Man began breaking through in theaters. However, the two Hulk films both failed to make much of an impact at the box office – despite the better-received reboot film in 2008.
We have fond memories of the old Incredible Hulk show, but we're guessing they won't just paint a dude green in the new one.
The Reporter says that Marvel presented ABC with a list of potential series back in May that included Hulk along with Heroes for Hire (Luke Cage is mentioned specifically, but Iron Fist is not), The Eternals, Moon Knight, The Hood, Ka-Zar, Daughters of the Dragon (Misty Knight and Colleen Wing), and The Punisher. The Reporter also lists Agents of Atlas, Alter Ego as a title, describing it as "private investigator Jessica Jones takes on cases involving superhumans." This is a bit odd, in that the Agents of Atlas comic book had nothing to do with Jessica Jones, but there is also the fact that the Jessica Jones comic book was called Alias and would likely require a new title as to not confuse it with the former ABC (and Disney-owned) TV series, Alias.

[Update: "TitanMatrix2000" suggested in the comments that the Reporter might have accidentally combined two different titles - Agents of Atlas and Alter Ego, with the latter being the Jessica Jones concept. That sounds very likely. They also listed Moon Knight, The Red Hood as a title, which I'm sure is meant to be two projects: Moon Knight and The Hood - without the "Red" which would be a completely different DC character.]

According to The Reporter, while Hulk and Cloak and Dagger (the latter not part of that original pitch meeting) are the priorities now, The Punisher is also being viewed as a potential cable series down the line.

Unclear right now is if Marvel is going to work to interlink their TV series like they are their films, or even go further and make connections between the TV series and the films.

The Reporter describes The Incredible Hulk as being in a "showrunner wanted" position – the insinuation being that it is almost a sure thing to make it to series. Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb meanwhile is meeting with writers about Cloak and Dagger.

Last year, after the Marvel/Disney deal occurred, we gave our own list of the Top 10 Marvel Comics We'd Like to See on TV. I'm happy to see at least a couple of our suggestions were on Marvel's suggestions as well, including a Jessica Jones-led series.


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messaggio 12/11/2010, 23:24
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Da Variety:

Marvel pumps tube

TV unit adds execs for animation side


As Marvel Television looks to expand its animation division, the company has hired two new execs and promoted a third.

Producer Eric Radomski ("Spawn") has joined the company as senior VP of production and animation creative director, while Disney Channels Worldwide exec Tracy McAndrew has joined Marvel as VP of programming and distribution strategy.

Marvel TV also just upped Cort Lane to VP of development and production of animation.

Moves were orchestrated by Marvel TV topper Jeph Loeb, who's looking to increase output of Marvel properties in the animation space, with much of it being produced inhouse for the first time.

"We want to take a page from publishing and take a page from the studio and find the best way to capture Marvel DNA -- and animate it," he said. "There's something very unique about Marvel comics ... it's a different way of storytelling, and that's part of the reason these characters have withstood the test of time."

Marvel's animation division, just 2 years old, is already behind Cartoon Network's "Super Hero Squad," which Loeb calls a "entry-level series" for fans.

Marvel just debuted "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" for boy-centric cabler Disney XD, which is also where Marvel's next big project, "Ultimate Spider-Man," will land. Disney Channel execs recently said they hope to create a Marvel-branded programming block on Disney XD by 2012.

"Ultimate Spider-Man" reps the first time Marvel will produce an animated Spider-Man series itself. Lane, Radomski and McAndrew will play a "pivotal role" in launching the new franchise, Loeb said.

All three execs report to Loeb. Radomski will oversee all aspects of animation production, while McAndrew will handle global distribution strategies and Lane will oversee development on all animated projects.

Radomski most recently sold a preschool series through his own shingle to the BBC; McAndrew was director of acquisitions and co-productions at Disney Channels Worldwide; and Lane was director of development at Marvel, which he joined in 2008 from Mattel.



e da Worldscreen:

Marvel Television Staffs Up Animation Team

NEW YORK: In an expansion of its animation division, Marvel Television has added Tracy McAndrew, formerly of Disney Channels Worldwide, and Eric Radomski to its team, while also promoting Cort Lane.

Radomski has been named senior VP of production and creative director for animation. He will oversee all aspects of Marvel's animation. Radomski has worked on the comic-based titles Batman the Animated Series and Spawn. He is a three-time Emmy Award winner.

As VP of programming and distribution strategy, McAndrew will be responsible for developing and executive global distribution objectives and strategies for Marvel's animated content. McAndrew will oversee marketing, program planning and will also manage Marvel's relationships with broadcasters, distribution partners and key licensees. McAndrew recently served as director of acquisitions and co-productions in the worldwide programming strategy group at Disney Channels Worldwide.

Lane has been promoted to VP of development and production at Marvel Animation. In this new role, Lane will oversee the development on all animated series and direct-to-video movies. He was most recently the director of development for Marvel, where he worked on co-productions of Iron Man: Armored Adventures, Black Panther and Marvel Anime, as well as supervising The Super Hero Squad Show.

Each will report to Jeph Loeb, the executive VP and head of Marvel Television.

Loeb said: “Marvel characters have worldwide recognition and animation is a key way in which we remain dedicated to bring these beloved characters to everyone in bold, exciting adventures for all ages. Marvel’s commitment to animation is an increasingly important priority and Cort, Eric and Tracy bring years of experience that will enhance our ability to create and produce innovative stories.”


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Grandi novità sulla Marvel Television.

I nuovi progetti sono stati tutti presentati al San Diego Comic Con nella giornata di oggi.

Eccoli:

A.K.A. Jessica Jones: andrà in onda sulla rete americana ABC. Il telefilm è ispirato al fumetto "Alias" e ha per protagonista la supereroina Jessica Jones. il telefilm racconterà la vita, le avventure e gli amori di Jessica. Tra i protagonisti del telefilm ci saranno anche i supereroi Carol Danvers (Ms Marvel) e Luke Cage.

Hulk: andrà in onda sulla rete ABC. Il telefilm sarà incentrato sulla storia d'amore tra Bruce Banner e Betty Ross.

Cloak and Dagger: andrà in onda sulla rete americana ABC Family e sarà ambientato nella New Orleans post uragano Katrina.

Mockingbird: andrà in onda sulla rete ABC Family. Il telefilm seguirà le avventure di Bobbi Morse che sarà una nuova matricola all'università di Silicon Valley university. Bobbi sarà una scienziata geek, un tipo alla Peter Parker e sarà recultata dall'organizzazione di super spie. Bobbi sarà di giorno una studentessa mentre di notte una spia in addestramento. Jeph Loeb, il capo della Marvel Television, ha presentato questa sere come un "Alias incontra Felicity."

Sul fronte dei nuovi cartoni, oltre alla seconda stagione di Avengers i più potenti eroi della Terra, sono stati annunciati anche:

Ultimate Spider-Man: nuova serie dedicata all'Uomo Ragno che si alleerà con Nick Fury e un gruppo di supereroi per contrastare il male. Nella serie appariranno Capitan America, Thor, Hulk, Ant-Man, Power Man e Iron Fist oltre a molti altri supereroi.

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.: serie in sviluppo che andrà in onda su Disney XD. I protagonisti saranno Hulk Verde, Hulk Rosso, Skaar, A-Bomb e She-Hulk.


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messaggio 27/7/2011, 12:58
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CITAZIONE (veu @ 23/7/2011, 23:35) *
Ultimate Spider-Man: nuova serie dedicata all'Uomo Ragno che si alleerà con Nick Fury e un gruppo di supereroi per contrastare il male. Nella serie appariranno Capitan America, Thor, Hulk, Ant-Man, Power Man e Iron Fist oltre a molti altri supereroi.

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.: serie in sviluppo che andrà in onda su Disney XD. I protagonisti saranno Hulk Verde, Hulk Rosso, Skaar, A-Bomb e She-Hulk.


sono curioso soprattutto per questi ultimi 2 happy.gif


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Novità da ComicBookMovie:

La Marvel presenterà il 15 ottobre al New York Comic Con i telefilm live-action, uno sneak peek di Ultimate SpiderMan e altre novità sui cartoni animati ispirati ai supereroi Marvel.

Ecco l'articolo:

Guillermo Del Toro Comments on Hulk Television Show & Marvel TV Plans Update at NYCC

Guillermo del Toro popped onto his official fan site and left a message about the Hulk TV show. And Marvel will be updating the status of their live-action shows at New York Comic Con.

We've been coming up with an angle that is really strong. I am a fan of Peter David, Pak and Loeb but I like very much what individual writers and artists have done through the decades. I only gravitate to "monster" superheroes- (Blade, Hellboy, Deadman, Hulk-) because I have no interest on the straight ones -even when I've been offered the keys to the kingdom. - Guillermo del Toro

Always nice a big time director like Gullermo reaching out to the fans. Hopefully in the future he'll drop in again and deliver some more information on the show.

I'm looking forward to how they'll handle the Hulk. Will he be a large actor? Would they use camera tricks like Lord of the Rings to make one actor appear much large than another. Or will they go pure CG? Or will they go with a blend of CG and animatronics?

MARVEL Television Presents
Date: Saturday, October 15 - 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Location: MTV Theater, 1A10
Speaker: Jeph Loeb

Description: Big things are happening at Marvel TV! Get the latest on live action-series in development from Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb. Plus, see a new sneak peek of Ultimate Spider-Man, and find out what’s next for your other favorite animated heroes.


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Del Toro è coinvolto anche qui?! post-6-1111076745.gif Citando il titolo di un film appena uscito al cinema: Ma come fa a far tutto? laugh.gif


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Sì sì, Guillermo Del Toro realizzerà il telefilm di Hulk.

Ed ecco una news da AnimationInsider sulla serie animata dei Defenders, è un'intervista recentissima del 4 aprile 2011 a Atul N. Rao, colui che per la Marvel ha lavorato alla sceneggiatura delle serie animate "Wolverine e gli X-Men" e "SuperHero Squad Show".

Nell'intervista Atul N. Rao conferma che sta lavorando alla serie animata sui Defenders e che è uno dei migliori soggetti a cui ha lavorato.

Ecco l'intervista:

Atul N. Rao

What is your name?
Atul N. Rao

What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
“I have been lucky to be part of many great projects. Some of them never got past a pilot, but the experience of breaking new ground was worth it as experiences go. The pilot projects include: The Cartoon Network Pilot, “”Swaroop”" is certainly top of my list, where I met my long time friend and collaborator, Mike Milo. “”Roy Rogers: Rodeoheads”" was a hilarious pilot in which we worked with great voice actors (including Mark Hamil) and the director, Guy Vasilovich. “”The Maharaja Cowboy”" which was done partly in Austin Texas and in Trivandrum India. Recently I wrote a pilot for MARVEL called “”The Defenders”" which may be one of the best TV scripts I’ve ever written.

How did you become interested in animation?
Always loved it. Started making my own stop motion films on Super 8 in the sixth grade. I was obsessed with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Droopy and a bunch of others all through University while I studied psychology. To me animation is the true frontier of human imagination, humor and art.

Where are you from and how did you get into the animation business?
Born in Detroit, raised in Canada, moved to L.A., then lived in India, now in Toronto. A lot of that resettling was related to animation.

What’s a typical day like for you with regards to your job?
Wake up turn on the computer. Eat lunch. Sit at the computer. Talk on the phone. Eat dinner. Hang out with the family. Sit in front of the computer and then sleep.

What part of your job do you like best? Why?
the coolest thing is when the cartoon comes to life. Nothing beats that. Other things I love… networking with other animation professionals, writing, directing voice, performing voice.

What part of your job do you like least? Why?
Don’t like it when my back and neck hurts from sitting in one place too much. Also not happy when I’m underpaid or broke.

What is the most difficult part for you about being in the business?
Politics of all kinds. Life could be so perfect without the distrust.

What kind of technology do you work with on a daily basis?
Computer, microphone, fancy software, telephone, car

In your travels, have you had any brushes with animation greatness?
Yes!!! Met Bill Hanna – collaborated with Jimmy Murukami – Met Chuck Jones, Ralph Bakshi. Talked with Matt Groening several times. Partied with David X. Cohen. Talked with Nick Parks… It goes on and on and on. I’ve been luck to have met so many great artists. Animation is loaded with geniuses, and only enthusiasts can truly appreciate it.

Is there any advice you can give for an aspiring animation student or artist trying to break into the business?
Keep learning. Be persistent. Re-invent yourself regularly.


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News da ComicBookMovie:

Marvel Unofficial New York Comic Con Schedule

Here are Marvel's plans for the NYCC, including an Incredible Hulk Panel, Avengers movie panel and lots more!

Here are Marvel's plans for the upcoming NYCC.

Apparently, these are unofficial as Marvel has yet to release their press release.

So who is going to the NYCC?!

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14TH

MARVEL: The Digital House of Ideas

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location: 1A22

Speaker:

Description:

New York City is home to Marvel world headquarters, so you better believe the Marvel Digital House of Ideas will be at New York Comic-Con in full force! Get the inside scoop on every possible way you can read Marvel comics on your digital devices – including the now industry-defining Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited library offering over 10,000 comics and still growing! Plus, learn how to stay on top of up-to-the-minute Marvel news and updates, watch original videos and programming, play games, interact with Marvel personnel via social media and so much more! We’re bringing the future to NYCC just for you – get ready, get set, let’s go – True Believers!


MARVEL: Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Location: 1A22

Speakers: Alex Maleev, CB Cebulski, Esad Ribic, Leinil Yu, Mark Brooks

Description:

You have the talent. You have the imagination. You have the “Go get ‘em, Tiger” determination that would make the Bullpen proud. But where do you go from there? Discover the next step in your budding comics career with world-renowned talent scout C.B. Cebulski, Mark Brooks, Leinil Yu, Esad Ribic, Alex Maleev and more as they give you all the right pointers toward getting a foot in the door at Marvel Comics. Discussing all entry points across every department, this can’t-miss panel is a must for all Marvel hopefuls!


MARVEL: Ultimate Comics Universe Reborn

3:45 pm - 4:45 pm

Location: MTV Theater, 1A10

Speakers: Axel Alonso, Marc Paniccia, Nick Spencer

Description:

Everyone is talking about the new Ultimate Comics Universe but everyone wants to know what’s next! We’ve got the exclusive news here with announcements that’ll leave you begging for more. Join Nick Spencer (Ultimate X-Men), Senior Editor Mark Paniccia, Marvel Editor In Chief Axel Alonso and more for the news you can’t miss.


MARVEL Television Presents: Anime on G4

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: 1A22

Speaker: Jeph Loeb

Description:

The excitement continues with Marvel anime on G4! Following the successful run of Iron Man and Wolverine anime, Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb brings brand-new Anime action to New York with a preview of X-Men (Premiering on G4 October 21) and some very exciting casting news for fan favorite, Blade.


MARVEL: Amazing Spider-Man

Date: Friday, October 14

6:15 pm - 7:15 pm

Location: MTV Theater, 1A10

Speakers: Axel Alonso, Dan Slott, Greg Rucka, Steve Wacker

Description:

Spider-Man’s licking his wounds after the cataclysmic conclusion of Spider-Island! But he shouldn’t get too comfortable as the Sinister Six plot their long awaited revenge! Sit down with our spectacular panel including Dan Slott (Amazing Spider-Man), Greg Rucka (Punisher), Senior Editor Steve Wacker, Editor in Chief Axel Alonso and more as they lay the groundwork for New York City’s greatest heroes. And don’t forget to grab your exclusive Daredevil pin – only at this panel!


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15TH

MARVEL: Avengers: Shattered Heroes

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: American Airlines Theater, 1A06

Speakers: Axel Alonso, Christos Gage, Kieron Gillen, Matt Fraction, Tom Brevoort

Description:

After the Marvel Universe was dealt a treacherous hand courtesy of Fear Itself – the heroes of the Marvel Universe emerge shattered. With new questions and new surprises, we’ve got your exclusive first look right here! Get the answers to all your questions from Executive Editor Tom Brevoort, Editor In Chief Axel Alonso, Matt Fraction (Fear Itself), Kieron Gillen (Journey into Mystery), Christos Gage (Avengers Academy) and more.

MARVEL INTERACTIVE: Marvel Video Games

1:15 pm - 2:15 pm

Location: 1A22

Speaker:

Description:

Learn all about an amazing newly announced Marvel game for 2012 from Activision, plus Spider-Man: Edge of Time, X-Men Destiny, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, the Marvel Universe MMO, Marvel Pinball, Super Hero Squad Online, Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat (using THQ’s uDraw peripheral), and Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet for Nintendo 3DS. This includes exciting new details about the future of other Marvel games via exclusive trailers, surprise reveals, and Q&A with the game creators from some of the industry's top publishers.


Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3

2:45 pm - 3:45 pm

Location: American Airlines Theater, 1A06

Speakers: Chris Baker, Francis Mao , Miguel Corty , Riota Niitsuma , Seth Killian

Description:

The wait's almost over as the much anticipated followup to last year's monster fighting hit is only a month from launch. Come to this panel to hear the latest news about this legendary fighting game franchise straight from producer Ryota Niitsuma. Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes peek as well as a chance to come onstage to showcase your fighting skills against each other for fantastic prizes. Followed by a Q&A session.


MARVEL Television Presents

3:45 pm - 4:45 pm

Location: MTV Theater, 1A10

Speaker: Jeph Loeb

Description:

Big things are happening at Marvel TV! Get the latest on live action-series in development from Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb. Plus, see a new sneak peek of Ultimate Spider-Man, and find out what’s next for your other favorite animated heroes.


MARVEL: Cup O’ Joe

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: MTV Theater, 1A10

Speaker: Joe Quesada

Description:

This is it Mighty Marvel fans, the no-holds-barred, anything goes, full of surprises panel you wait all year for, and it's here! Marvel's Chief Creative Officer 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!


MARVEL STUDIOS: Marvel’s The Avengers

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location: IGN Theater

Speaker:

Description:

Continuing the epic big-screen adventures started in “Iron Man,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “Iron Man 2,” “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger,” in “Marvel’s The Avengers” the world's greatest Super Heroes must assemble to pull the world back from the brink of disaster when an unexpected enemy threatens global security. This special presentation will feature never-before-seen footage and appearances by special surprise guests.


Hasbro: Marvel Action Figures

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location: 1A03

Speaker:

Description:

Join members of Hasbro’s MARVEL Marketing and Design team as they discuss current and upcoming toys and action figures!



SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16TH

SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark

10:15 am - 11:00 am

Location: 1A24

Speakers: Agent M, Glen Berger, Roberto Aguire-Sacasa

Description:

Drawing on nearly 50 years of Marvel comic books for inspiration, SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark spins a new take on the web-slinger's classic origin story. Daring, ground-breaking and spectacular, SPIDER-MAN is Broadway’s most popular new show with jaw dropping thrills, music by Bono and The Edge of U2, remarkable sets, costumes and effects. All combining to bring to life the adventures of Peter Parker, Mary Jane and the Green Goblin. Writers Roberto Aguire-Sacasa (Marvel Comics' Sensational Spider-Man, Fox's Glee) and 2-time Emmy Award winner Glen Berger discuss the excitement and challenges of putting the show together. Joining them will be the production’s set designers who will provide insight into their innovative designs, technology and special effects--many of which have never before been seen on a stage. Moderated by Marvel’s Agent M, aka Marvel.com Editorial Director Ryan Penagos.


MARVEL: Women of Marvel

11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Location: 1A22

Speakers: Jeanine Schaefer, Lauren Sankovitch, Sana Amanat

Description:

Forget Spider-Woman and Emma Frost, meet the real Ms. Marvels of the comic world! Join women from every discipline in the creative process at Marvel to hear what it's like working as a woman in comics today. These ladies are busting through the four-color ceiling! Guests include editors Jeanine Schaefer (Wolverine), Lauren Sankovitch (Fantastic Four), Sana Amanat (Ultimate Comics Spider-Man) and more!


Disney/Marvel Kids Panel

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location: 1A23

Speakers: Craig Rousseau, Dina Sherman, Michael Siglain, Nachie Castro, Rich Thomas, Ruwan Jayatilleke, Val Semeiks

Description:

Disney and Marvel have teamed-up to create an amazing assortment of Marvelous kids books, so join writer Rich Thomas (The Amazing Spider-Man: An Origin Story, The Uncanny X-Men: An Origin Story) and artists Val Semeiks (The Courageous Captain America: An Origin Story, The Incredible Hulk: An Origin Story) and Craig Rousseau (The Invincible Iron Man: An Origin Story), along with editors from Disney Publishing Worldwide and Marvel, as we take a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at some unbelievable Origin Storybooks, Picture books, and much, much more! Plus, Dina Sherman, Disney’s Director of School & Library Marketing will also be on hand to discuss bringing these Marvelous masterpieces to a school & library near you! With special guests Ruwan Jayatilleke, Senior Vice President, Marvel, Michael Siglain, Senior Editor, Disney Publishing, and Nachie Castro, Editor, Disney Publishing. Moderated by Disney Publishing Assistant Editor Tomas Palacios!

MARVEL: The Incredible Hulk

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Location: American Airlines Theater, 1A06

Speakers: Axel Alonso, Jason Aaron, Marc Paniccia

Description:

It’s the most INCREDIBLE panel of the weekend! Looking for your exclusive inside track on what’s coming down the line for the Green Goliath? Can’t wait to see what Incredible Hulk writer Jason Aaron has in store in his new ongoing series? Well find out here! Joined by Editor In Chief Axel Alonso, Senior Editor Marc Paniccia and more take on all your questions and just may reveal some tantalizing details that will leave you begging for more!


MARVEL: X-Men Regenesis

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Location: MTV Theater, 1A10

Speakers: Axel Alonso, Greg Pak , Jason Aaron, Jeanine Schaefer, Kieron Gillen, Peter David

Description:

The lines are drawn – what team will you choose? With the X-Men divided, Wolverine and Cyclops head off in radically different directions with their separate teams. You've got questions and these people have answers! Writers Jason Aaron (Wolverine & The X-Men), Kieron Gillen (Uncanny X-Men), Peter David (X-Factor), Greg Pak (Astonishing X-Men), Editor Jeanine Schaefer and Editor in Chief Axel Alonso are on hand to lay out what's going on with the X-Men for this all-new, all-DEADLY panel!


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Marvel TV's Jeph Loeb Talks Ultimate Spider-Man Animated - And More! - NYCC Interview

Want to find out everything that's going on with Marvel TV, from the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon, to the NEW Incredible Hulk TV Show? Then New York Comic-Con is the place to be, as Jeph Loeb, the guy in charge, chats with fans, and shows off a few exclusive clips. Before the Con gets rolling, though, we chatted about all of this - and suggested our pick for the new voice of the animated Blade:

MTV Geek: One of the first places Marvel TV has dipped their toes in the water is the Anime shows, which are currently running on G4… What’s the general update on the shows, and why was that an important first push?

JL: Well, I don’t know if it was the first push for Marvel TV, it was kind of the thing that came out in front. When I took over Marvel Television about a year and a half ago, it was a project that had been started by Simon Phillips at Marvel. It was a partnership that had been made between us and Sony and MadHouse Animation. If you know anything about Anime, it’s odd to say this, but MadHouse invented Anime; it’s sort of like saying someone invented rock and roll, as far as I’m concerned. [Laughs] But they really are the preeminent house.

Using stories that are created by acclaimed author Warren Ellis, there were four, twelve part stories. The first was Iron Man, the second Wolverine, the third is X-Men, and the fourth is the one that we get the biggest reaction from when we go to any Con, and that’s Blade. These are all incredibly high quality Anime that were done originally for Japan. They are stories that take place in the Pacific Rim. They are the true Marvel characters – Tony Stark is Iron Man, Logan is Wolverine, etc. – but the adventures take place over there, and have large Asian casts… Which I think really helps sell the idea that they’re in that Anime world.

Once they were completed, a deal was struck with G4, which has been an incredible partner on this, and the show has just been blowing up for them. Both Iron Man and Wolverine have just completed their runs on G4, and then starting very shortly will be the X-Men, and then one of the announcements we’ll be making in January will be Blade. What we did was, we reached out into the television community, because we really wanted some terrific English speaking actors to voice the lead roles.

I didn’t have to look very far, from some of the experiences I’ve been lucky enough to have… I reached out to Adrian Pasdar, who has played Tony Stark, and Iron Man. Milo Ventimiglia who has been playing Logan and Wolverine. I think folks now know that Scott Porter, from Friday Night Lights, and is on Hart of Dixie, had a great turn last season on The Good Wife, is playing Cyclops – he’s a tremendous X-Men fan. We have a bit of a surprise coming up in terms of who’s playing Blade, and we’ll be announcing that on Friday afternoon at New York Comic-Con.

Geek: Given what you just said, I’m going to go ahead and say Blade will be voiced by Hayden Panettiere, right?

JL: Well… No. Blade would be a male, African-American vampire slayer, so as much as I would like to do something with Hayden, and we will because she’s fantastic – no, you’re in the wrong box.


Geek: I guess we can scratch Kristen Bell from my list then, too. It’s interesting that you said Blade gets such a big reaction at Cons… Beyond the popularity of the movies, of course, why do you think the character resonates so well with fans?

JL: As it is with any of Marvel’s characters, there’s always going to be a fanbase; and sometimes, that fanbase, because its smaller than some of the better known characters like Iron Man, or Wolverine, that fanbase gets very vocal – because they want people to know that they’re out there. That’s definitely part of it.

The big plus with Blade is that he’s so frickin’ cool. The idea of a daywalker, a vampire who can be out in the light, who also hunts vampires and is a strong African-American Marvel superhero… That’s got a big crossover potential. You get the horror folks, you get the people who are looking for a strong African-American figure, looking for a guy who is cool… And I don’t discount the Wesley Snipes factor. I do believe those movies do still have a very strong following. You put all that together, and when you tell people that a character they haven’t been able to get much new stories from, are gonna get new stories – and cool stories – I think you get a really big reaction.

Geek: Let’s move on to talk about Ultimate Spider-Man. Obviously there’s been a lot of anticipation around this, and you’ll be showing off some of the first clips at NYCC. Any sort of tease about what we’ll be seeing?

JL: What folks are going to get a chance to see at New York for the first time are, we have some very early – but finished – animation for Ultimate Spider-Man. We have this terrific cast led by Drake Bell who plays Peter and Spider-Man. Most folks know him from the Nickelodeon show Drake & Josh, but he really does embody the best parts of Peter – and Spidey. He gets the humor down, the troubled teenager down… It really is an awful lot of fun.

In addition to that, though, the adult cast is pretty much a wish come true. Chi McBride, who you know from Pushing Daisies plays Nick Fury. J.K. Simmons, of course – I don’t think we could have done justice to J. Jonah Jameson without him, with him being in all the first three Spider-Man movies. We also got lucky and have Steven Weber playing Norman Osborn with such tremendous power and glee. And an extra special bonus that we got, that makes me very, very happy is that Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Phil Coulson in the movies, plays Agent Phil Coulson on the show, in a very unusual dual role. He is both the very capable – but sometimes annoying – S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent, a second to our Nick Fury. But he is also the very capable, but sometimes annoying Principal at Peter’s school, Midtown High, because S.H.I.E.L.D. wants to keep an eye on what Spider-Man is up to. We have a much larger cast -- some very big name superhero guest stars and some surprises that we hope folks will really dig -- and we'll be announcing those soon.

So that’s the beginning of what we’ll be talking about. It is unlike any Spider-Man series that’s been done so far. Most importantly, it is the first show that’s been produced entirely by Marvel. We have a superb writing staff. Our pilot, and creative consultant, is two-time Emmy winner Paul Dini, who credits are longer than animation itself – and has two shows under his belt that set the standard for action adventure shows: Batman The Animated Series, and Batman Beyond. Together with Man of Action, who are guys that, if you’re comic book fans, you know them as Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Steve Seagle, and Duncan Roleau. If you know them from animation, you know them from the creation of Ben 10 and Generator Rex. It really is a murderer’s row of writers and producers. And we didn’t even stop there. On top of that, working with us on every episode is the guy who’s written every single issue of Ultimate Spider-Man, Brian Michael Bendis. There’s also been fantastic input from both Joe Quesada, and Amazing Spider-Man Editor Steve Wacker every step of the way. It really is, as we like to say, a family operation.

It’s got great action, it’s got great villains, it’s got a look that will really catch people by surprise. Eric Radomski, who very much had to do with the look, and the production on Batman Animated, and also on Spawn – the HBO animated series – is now our head of production at Marvel TV, for animation. He’s just pulling out all the stops.

A picture is worth a thousand words, and I think that once people get to see some of the animation that’s coming out, and what we’re doing, we hope they’ll be very pleased, and hopefully extremely excited about the show.

Geek: Well, I’m looking forward to it… General question, though, and I’m guessing it may have something to do with the production timelines not syncing up, but: why Peter Parker, instead of Miles Morales?

JL: Please keep in mind that animation is something that takes two years from when you start, to when you start to get your final animation. It’s a long, carefully put together process. So the short answer is that when we started Ultimate Spider-Man, Miles Morales was not a glint in Brian Michael Bendis’ eye. That doesn’t mean that, at some point, we might visit with Miles. He’s certainly a character that caught fire, and as it is with anyone in the Marvel Universe, Spidey will be interacting with some pretty interesting heroes – and villains.

Geek: I’m curious, given that you have Paul Dini on board… Not to talk about the other guys, but there was always a light continuity with the Batman Animated shows, and Justice League Unlimited. It wasn’t overt, but it did feel like it was in the same universe. Is that something you’re going to be setting up with Ultimate Spidey?

JL: What we’re doing – and I do get asked this question a lot – is that there will be a continuity that refer to as: The Marvel Universe. So we will try to tell stories that don’t necessarily with conflict with anything that’s happening in the Marvel Universe. You’ll see some of the elements from the movies, you’ll see some of the elements from the television group, and you’ll see a lot of elements from the publishing group. The bottom line out of all of this is that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, and we are very true to his life, and his character as a high school student at Midtown High.

Geek: I know this is still a while out, but Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.… Anything you can tell us about that series?

JL: Just that it’s in development, it’s the next show up in the chute. We were lucky, because we were able to convince Paul Dini that he was having so much working on Ultimate Spider-Man, so we said, is there a character that really gets you jazzed? And he said, I just love the Hulk, and I would love to find a way to tell a story that had big giant adventure, and was different than Spidey… Where you could really get into some of the bombastic elements of the Marvel Universe.

It’s incredibly huge, and has a cast that’s obviously near and dear to my heart. It has Hulk, and Red Hulk, Skaar, She-Hulk, and the brand new A-Bomb – who is Rick Jones, who has been transformed into the newest, bluest hero of the group.

Geek: Moving on to the live action side of things, the last time I chatted with you about this was right before No Ordinary Family, and The Cape, and even the development of the Wonder Woman pilot… And all of those pretty much tanked. Are you at all concerned, given the television atmosphere, to bring live action superheroes to TV? Or does it come down to, “Dude, we’re Marvel TV, and we’ll do it RIGHT”?

JL: I'll give you "Dude, we're Marvel TV and we're going to at least have fun doing the best we can!" [Laughs] Putting any show on television is a challenge. I’ve been very lucky to work with incredible showrunners on Smallville, and LOST, and Heroes, I hope to bring a lot of those lessons to Marvel live television. The thing that I do believe makes a difference – and believe me, this is not a commentary on any of the shows that failed – the right showrunner, with the right vision can make the difference.

The two examples that immediately come to mind are Joss Whedon on Buffy, and Damon Lindelof on LOST. You really do need to have somebody who’s at the helm, who understands not only what the show is, but where it’s going. And where it’s going in five years! Who those characters are, and how they sound.

It’s such an enormously challenging process to make any kind of television. It’s stressful, and works towards getting the best out of creative people. I hear all the time that people wonder, why is there so much bad television on? And speaking as someone who’s worked in that vineyard for the last ten years of my life: when you’re on the inside, and you see how many people are involved in the creation of a show, and the enormous amount of time and money that goes into it… You’d be amazed there’s any GOOD television at all. The fact that there is as much good television on is a testament to the extraordinarily gifted folks that are out there writing and creating TV.

It is a writer’s medium, and particularly genre television is one that’s best remembered as a writer’s medium. Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, you can just go through the list of the shows that have stuck around past the first season, and you really can point to: oh, those shows have THAT person who was embracing it, and made sure that it stayed on course. That has been not only the best part of working in live television at Marvel, but also part of the reason we are taking things so slowly. We need to find the right people. People who understand these characters, and who will bring them to life in a way that works.

There is other big differences between Marvel and all the other guys. From the projects that we’ve already announced, and let’s talk specifically about AKA Jessica Jones, which is based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos’ graphic series Alias – and pretty obvious reasons why we can’t call the show "Alias" – and The Hulk… These are shows that, at the end of the day really exist in the real world. It is one of the things that makes Marvel different from our Distinguished Competitors.

Marvel stories tend to take place in New York City. They DON’T take place in Metropolis, or Gotham City. People certainly know I’ve written my fair share of these comics, and I have great respect for what they do over there. But it is a world that one step away from our world. Marvel is really about the stories of Peter Parker, and Bruce Banner, or Jessica Jones. These are – I’m hesitant to say the word, but – real people, with real problems whose power comes, to use the great expression, with great responsibility.

They’re not stories of the superhero, with the cape, who then has a secret identity in order to cover up what it is that they’re doing. It’s the other way around. It will ALWAYS be Peter’s story. The thing that makes us root for Spider-Man, as he swings across the city, is that he’s either having the time of his life, or worrying about whether he’ll be able to get a good grade on that English paper, or whether or not he’s going to make it home in time for Aunt May to make his dinner.

Those are the real world problems that Peter brings to that person with the mask on, to Spider-Man. That's why we are invested in him or Bruce Banner or Jessica Jones... And in Television it's all about investing in the characters who you've invited in your home. It's a very intimate experience and we want to share the Marvel Universe with as wide an audience as possible.

At least that's our hope.

You can find out more about everything Marvel TV at their two panels:

- Friday, October 14 in Room 1A22 for Marvel Television Presents: Anime on G4 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. ET

- Saturday, October 15 get in line early for Marvel Television Presents, from 3:45-4:45 p.m. ET in Room 1A10


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NYCC: Spidey, the Hulk and Agent Coulson Walk into a Comic-Con...

Clark Gregg shows up at the Marvel TV panel to talk the new Spider-Man animated series.

Head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb headed up the -- what else? -- Marvel TV panel at New York Comic-Con today, where the company's array of animated and live-action projects that are in development were discussed. Plus, Agent Coulson showed up!

Loeb started the panel by noting that the reason they're taking their time with their TV projects is that they took their cue from Marvel's film division. Marvel didn't used to make their own movies, but now we're getting The Avengers. (Even the Marvel guys can't quite believe that one's actually happening.) They want the TV projects to follow that same mold.

Not much news broke at this panel, which served more as a refresher course on the state of Marvel TV at the moment. Here's what's up on the animated front.

The much anticipated Ultimate Spider-Man series is coming in early 2012. Security was very tough at this panel for some reason, and big guys in dark suits (S.H.I.E.L.D. agents?) kept making me turn my laptop off. But luckily, the footage screened today was pretty much the same as what was shown at San Diego this past summer, so let's just refer back to that:

Loeb then ran a sizzle reel, including what looked to be fully rendered footage, shots from the Ultimate comics and behind-the-scenes interviews with the talent charged with creating the show (including Stan Lee). This is a very playful, funny Spidey, one who fights Doctor Doom while talking to MJ on the phone (in a split screen shot, we see her cutting vegetables in the kitchen and him dodging Doom's attacks while he's trying to get off the phone). As he swings through Times Square, with a villain in hot pursuit, Spidey momentarily turns into a spider-toaster after the baddie says, "You're toast!"

Stylistic flourishes like that will separate the show from past Spider-Man cartoons. Expect the character to break the fourth wall at times, as when he says to a bad guy "Costumes don't sew themselves" and we quickly cut to Peter at home, sewing his costume. He turns and looks at the camera and says, "What?"

Other glimpses included Spidey riding a motorcycle in a subway tunnel while a tentacled robot chases him, a battle with Venom, Spidey reflecting on Uncle Ben's birthday, Steven Weber voicing Norman Osborn, J.K. Simmons voicing J. Jonah Jameson, and more.

In the reel, Loeb said that this is actually the first time that Marvel is making its own Spider-Man cartoon. We can expect a lot of forced perspective, suggesting the character is thrusting at you, and a prime example is the classic web-shooting "thwip" which was right in our faces at one point in the clip. The backgrounds will change in mid-shot and look highly stylized at times, and Spidey also appears to exhibit more facial expressions through his mask here (such as "closing his" eyes). The show will have lots of guest stars too -- Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Nick Fury (who is mentoring this young Spidey to become the "ultimate Spider-Man," and is voiced by Chi McBride) and, of course, Stan Lee. He'll have a recurring role as "Stan the janitor" at Peter's school.

As for Agent Coulson, Clark Gregg is returning as S.H.I.E.L.D.'s second most famous agent to do double duty as the high school principal in Ultimate. When Gregg made his surprise appearance at this panel, he received a very warm welcome of course -- though his presence was truly appreciated after continuous tech problems on the video side led to something of a one-man Clark Gregg show as he fielded questions from the audience instead. (By the way, he says he just wrapped The Avengers and we will not be disappointed by it.) And when he finished out his little visit, Gregg said he just wanted to plug a little indie film that he did that he's trying to get into Sundance. It's called… The Avengers.

Some other bits and pieces on the animated front: The previously announced Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. is coming in early 2013. It'll feature Hulk, Red Hulk, She-Hulk, Skaar and Rick Jones' A-Bomb. (She-Hulk has some of the best lines, says Loeb.) The group will be taking on some of the biggest problems in the Marvel Universe, though ultimately the show is about the heart of the characters. Of course it is!

Also, there may be a special announcement coming regarding The Super Hero Squad in the not-too-distant future.

And finally, The Avengers Season 2 will be coming in early 2012 (to coincide with Ultimate Spider-Man). But the first episode of the season was screened at today's panel. Again, we also saw this at San Diego in July, so here's our recap from there. Watch out for spoilers!

And then it was on to Avengers. The Season 2 premiere was shown in full for the crowd, and it was pretty fun. Here's a quick rundown of it, but watch out for spoilers.

Things begin with a robotic voice reading through the roster of Avengers as holographic displays of each member appear. The threat level and abilities of each Avenger is mentioned, and then the camera reveals that it's Doctor Doom and his fembot servant who are studying the team. Cut to the main titles.

At Avengers Mansion, Hawkeye answers the door -- it's the Human Torch and the Thing, there to play cards. But as the Hulk enters the room, he immediately runs and attacks the Thing. Because that's what they do, right? It's a funny motif that continues throughout the episode.

Meanwhile, Iron Man and Wasp arrive at the Baxter Building, where they're updating Reed Richards and Sue Storm on the Asgard situation from last season. (Wasp: "We basically saved the universe.") Back at the mansion, the card game is in full swing and Cap and Black Panther have joined in. The two teams are arguing about who saves the world better, and Cap doesn't know who the Human Torch is. "How can you not know that?" screams Johnny Storm. Hawkeye nonchalantly says, "Give him a break, Torch. He's like a hundred years old." Then the Thing wins the hand and the Hulk attacks him. Again.

Soon the action kicks in as Doom's robots attack the Baxter Building and the mansion simultaneously. Lots of cool action beats here, with a Doombot's hand launching from its body and grabbing hold of Wasp, Reed deactivating a robot by wrapping his arms around its body and then accessing its control panel in its head, and the Thing trying to get the Hulk angry, resulting in the Hulk using the Thing's body to smash robots. The scene culminates with the realization that the Doombots were a distraction while Doom's crony made off with Wasp and Sue.

At Doom's castle, the girls are trapped in force fields. The Wasp is berating Doom: "Putting on a skirt over your second-rate Iron Man armor? Not helping." Soon, the FF and Avengers stage a two-pronged attack on Doom's castle, which results in some more nice action moments (the Black Panther takes out Doom's fembot with a claw through the gut, Doom's hit so hard at one point by the Hulk that his hood momentarily drops to reveal his full metallic helmet). Eventually, Doom simply allows everyone to leave. "Why, Victor?" says Reed. "This isn't over," says Iron Man. Doom does not respond, as we close-in on his face and the scarred flesh behind his mask.

The episode ends with the heroes back in New York, pondering why Doom did what he did. And then we cut back to Doom's castle, where we see the results of scans he had performed on Wasp and Sue…

Sue Storm is a Skrull!


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I telefilm live-action della Marvel saranno situati nello stesso universo dei film al cinema.

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Marvel TV Shows May Be Set In Same Universe As Movies; More Details On Hulk CGI And Plot!

Confirming that the Hulk of The Avengers will indeed be the same one as the one in the planned TV show, it sounds as if the Green Goliath will definitely be all CGI on the small screen while Kevin Feige also hints at a shared universe...

IGN Movies have compiled some details from New York Comic Con which shed some new light on Marvel's plans for how their live action TV shows will link up with the movies as well as comments from Jeph Loeb and Kevin Feige on all that and more. Below are a few excerpts from their report, but be sure to click on the link below to read it in full.

-Loeb stated that the recent trailer for The Avengers was basically our first glimpse of the TV Hulk.

-Loeb says that Marvel will be pushing the technology to its limit. That apparently means that all the intensive CGI modeling and design work that is being done for the movie Hulk will be recycled for the TV version.

-Loeb says the series is a different take on the Hulk, one that will focus more on the relationship between Betty Ross and Bruce at the very beginning of the Hulk's existence (when Hulk is still unknown to the world at large).

-Now, this shared TV/movie universe idea seems to go against previous statements made by the Marvel brass. So we asked Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige about the matter last night. And he, essentially, said it could happen.

Pretty interesting, eh? The small screen adventures of these heroes will serve as a great way of introducing them to audiences and this could ultimately result in the likes of Carol Danvers (who is confirmed to play a role in A.K.A. Jessica Jones) making their way to the big screen! Mockingbird is also thought to have links to the movies in the form of S.H.I.E.L.D! Be sure to share your thoughts on all of this in the usual place.


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La Marvel produrrà un telefilm live-action su Il Punitore.

Il telefilm sarà coprodotto dalla Marvel e dalla Fox.

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Fox Developing Marvel's 'Frank Castle' The Punisher Television Series!

Recent reports suggest that Fox has bought a television series for MarvelComics character Frank Castle, better known as 'The Punisher.' For more details, make the jump!

The trades of Variety, among other media outlets, are suggesting that Disney's ABC channel has sold a television series based on famous Marvel comics character Frank Castle, better known as 'The Punisher,' to FOX. Learning only last year that Marvel Studios retained the rights to the character, find out below vaguely what they have planned for the vigilante.

The Punisher is described as an hour-long procedural with a Marvel signature and a new take on one of comic book giant’s iconic characters, Frank Castle, a rising star detective with the NYC Police Department who moonlights as the vigilante Punisher seeking justice for those the system has failed. Bernero will executive produce along with Marvel. This marks the first sale this season and the first one ever outside of ABC for Disney-owned Marvel, which is developing TV series based on its properties through ABC Studios.

With ABC series adaptations of The Incredible Hulk and Jessica Jones under development, it seems Marvel-Disney are making use of owning their characters, going beyond the bigscreen; as well they should. Anyhow, while there's three feature films based on The Punisher, the last of which in 2008, do you think a television series does 'Frank Castle' justice?


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Ecco l'articolo in italiano da Badtv:

Arriva la serie tv del Punitore

La Disney procede nella direzione intrapresa già da qualche tempo, e cioè quella degli adattamenti televisivi di alcune delle proprietà più note della Marvel: le serie di Cloak and Dagger, L’Incredibile Hulk e AKA Jessica Jones sono già in via di sviluppo, e a loro oggi si aggiunge Il Punitore.

Dopo due adattamenti cinematografici recenti, Frank Castle approderà sul piccolo schermo grazie a Edward Allen Bernero, già showrunner della serie Criminal Minds.

Come gli altri progetti, anche la serie di Punisher sarà prodotta dagli ABC Studios, sarà impostata come un poliziesco procedurale con puntate da un’ora ciascuna e andrà in onda su FOX, che ha ordinato la serie con un impegno put pilot (in pratica quasi sicuramente andrà in onda, o Fox pagherà delle penali agli ABC Studios). Protagonista l’iconico Frank Castle (comparso per la prima volta nei fumetti Marvel nel 1974), un detective del dipartimento di polizia di New York di giorno, e vigilante che corregge i fallimenti del sistema giudiziario di notte.


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Jeph Loeb On Marvel TV: Goes In Depth On Hulk, Possibility Of S.H.I.E.L.D/Coulson Show

Loeb discuses plans for some upcoming shows with CBR. He reiterates the possibility of a S.H.I.E.L.D series post Avengers, talks about the Ultimate Spider-Man animated show, and compares the live action Hulk series to the classic Bill Bixby show..

Marvel's Head Of Television Jeph Loeb goes fairly in depth on the plans for the Hulk tv series here. He says that the most popular incarnation of Bruce Banner has always been Billy Bixby and explains how we never got to sympathize with his plight in the two Hulk movies the same as we did in the classic show. He says Mark Ruffalo's version of the character in The Avengers will change all that. He says Betty Ross is as big a part of the show as Banner and it's very much a love story between them. He also hints that even though the show will air after The Avengers movie, it will be set a long time before it. He also talks about the special effects that will be used to bring The Hulk to life, hinting that Guillermo Del Toro will use a similar approach to Hellboy. There is MUCH more on Hulk and various other Marvel projects too so be sure to watch but the TV stuff comes in around the 13 minute mark.


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Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg Briefly Dishes On AKA Jessica Jones TV Series!

The screenwriter behind the small-screen adaptation of Marvel and ABC's AKA Jessica Jones TV series, briefly discusses the project and it's comic inspiration! Check it out!

The folks from I Am Rogue recently caught up with Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, who Marvel-Disney tapped to pen the story for a television series based on the titular character of Brian Bendis' Alias comic; Jessica Jones. Discussing the source material of the ABC series, being titled AKA Jessica Jones, and the inclusion of 'Luke Cage,' read what she says below.
On the Brian Michael Bendis-written Alias source material:

“Brian Michael Bendis is such an amazing storyteller. I read that comic book & I completely saw it on screen. There're things I took directly from the comic book & just put in the script. That was so much fun to do.”

On the current status on the Television series:

“It’s still sitting at ABC and we’re hoping to get on the schedule for next fall,” she said. “I love this character. That is an incredibly damaged, dark, complex female character that kicks ass. That’s my favorite thing about it.”

On whether Jones will still be a former hero turned private detective:

“Yeah absolutely, but Jessica Jones is actually a former superhero with PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,” she explained. “My psychologist father-in-law said, ‘I don’t know why all superheroes aren’t PTSD.’ It’s a trip. So she is wrestling with having this damaged past and still trying to contribute something to the world.”

On Luke Cage and the possible inclusion of his and Jones' daughter from the comics:

“Luke Cage is in there. Absolutely, I love that character,” she confirmed. “[Jones and Cage’s child, Danielle] would be way down the road,” she answered. “When you give your superheroes babies it gets very complicated. I went through that on Dexter, although it gives you some new interesting storytelling.”

On whether she's a fan of comic books in general:

“I don’t read a lot of them (comic books). ABC gave that one to me and I had never heard of it or Brian Michael Bendis. But now I’m a fan, he is really so great. But I was new to it for sure.”

With Marvel also developing The Incredible Hulk TV series with Guillermo del Toro, and the recently-revealed small-screen return of The Punisher, Disney and ABC are hoping to have the AKA Jessia Jones pilot ready for next pilot season. What do you think?


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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Melissa Rosenberg Updates Jessica Jones

In CBM editor Ed Gross' exclusive interview with Breaking Dawn screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, at one point the conversation shifts to the subject of Rosenberg's adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis' AKA Jessica Jones. Listen in on that portion of the conversation.


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Aka Jessica Jones conterrà dei riferimenti al film The Avengers. Quindi come già si diceva in precedenza i telefilm saranno situati nello stesso universo dei film al cinema.

Inoltre saranno protagonisti principali assieme a Jessica Jones anche Luke Cage e Carol Danvers. Tutti e tre sono già presenti nel pilot della serie tv.

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AKA Jessica Jones Television Show Can Reference The Avengers

Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg reveals that ABC's "AKA Jessica Jones, will use lesser known Marvel characters, and might have to rename others.

"I wrote it kind of off season so it fell in between seasons," Rosenberg says. "So, we are waiting to see what happens for the upcoming season now and our hope is that it will come to life at that time. It fell between the cracks of the seasons and, hopefully, this will be the one."

Rosenberg confirmed the show would also have principal parts for Luke Cage (also known as Power Man and her eventual husband in the comics) as well as Carol Danvers (better known as Ms. Marvel).

"I had Jessica Jones and Luke Cage and Carol Danvers [for the pilot script]. Basically, I wanted those three guys -- then I would have a series. Everyone else we can be digging into lesser known characters or taking known characters and renaming them."

As for The Avengers themselves, Rosenberg says she can reference them, but Tony Stark and Stark Industries are in the current pilot script. Rosenberg notes, "As we go along things will alter in terms of what is made available to us, but we're definitely in that universe. We are in no way denying that that universe exists. And as much as I can I'm going to pull everything in from there that I can use."

Marvel-Disney is adapting Brian Bendis' Alias comic; Jessica Jones for ABC. They tapped Melissa Rosenberg who has a Twilight screenwriting background to bring the story to life. The story revolves around a superhero that suffers from post traumatic stress disorder. She quits fighting crime once her disorder interferes with her powers. She decides to help in a different way by opening a private detective agency that caters to other superheroes.


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Melissa Rosenberg Explains Why AKA Jessica Jones Is Better Than Wonder Woman

The executive producer of ABC's AKA Jessica Jones also talks about what she learned from the failed WB television series, Birds of Prey.

Marvel Comics hasn't had a successful live-action television show since Bill Bixby's The Incredible Hulk, but that all could change very soon. Marvel comics will be unleashing two live-action television series for ABC. One will be Guillermo del Toro's Hulk and the other will be the lesser known AKA Jessica Jones. Which is a show about a former superhero that opens a detective agency that helps other superheroes.

Disney handed over the reigns to Jessica Jones project to Melissa Rosenberg. She will be writing for the series, and more importantly be the executive producer. She has made a name for herself by writing scripts for the Twilight saga, and for writing and executive producing Showtime's hit cable show, Dexter. But she also isn't new to comic books either, she wrote several episodes for the short-lived series, Birds of Prey.


What hooked you on doing Jessica Jones, especially in the wake of the failed Wonder Woman series?

I think one of the major differences between Wonder Woman and Jessica Jones is that Wonder Woman is iconic and much better known, so you get into a lot of ridiculous expectations, like what’s her costume going to look like? Well, nobody knows who Jessica Jones is, except for fangirls and boys. So we have more freedom to actually bring the character to the screen in a way with a lot fewer expectations. The other side of that is we’ll have to earn fans as opposed to having them already in place.

Wonder Woman is so noble and heroic, and I don’t find that as interesting as one who’s really damaged and flawed and has post-traumatic stress disorder.

But I think there’s also another element of Wonder Woman vs. Jessica Jones; I find Jessica Jones a much more interesting character to write for than Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman is so noble and heroic, and I don’t find that as interesting as one who’s really damaged and flawed and has post-traumatic stress disorder. Her superpowers are kind of B-level, they’re not all that great. [Laughs] I just find that much more interesting, you know? It’s like she’s not quite cutting it in the superhero world, she’s a little too weird to be in the human world, so she ends up straddling both.

On a related note, what do you feel went wrong with Birds of Prey and what lessons do you take from that as you create this new superheroine series?

Well, I think one of the problems with Birds of Prey was there were too many cooks in that kitchen. The studio, the producers, the network, all had very different visions of what that should be. They should have just let Laeta Kalogridis control that. Instead they decided to try to get their hands in the mix. I think the best shows have one voice and one vision, or a team, whatever it is, and you have to defer to your talent. Laeta Kalogridis, more than most people, is certainly someone who can deliver when it comes to this genre. She was new to TV at the time… but that was a big mistake to me. Hand Laeta the reins and just let her go!


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