NYCC: Marvel Cup O' Joe
Published: October 10, 2010 - 8:10am
Editor-In-Chief of Marvel Comics Joe Quesada held his long standing 'Cup O' Joe' panel with several Marvel creators on Day two of New York Comic Con, and as usual, there was no lack of teasers.
Quesada was joined on stage by Brian Michael Bendis, Tom Brevoort, Jeph Loeb, Axel Alonso, C.B. Cebulski, and publisher Dan Buckley. They dove right into news, with Bendis announcing his new creator owned project with Michael Avon Oeming, entitled Takio, an all-ages tale about two super heroine sisters.
It was then revealed that Bendis will be teaming with Scarlet artist Alex Maleev for a new ongoing Moon Knight series that will 'redefine the character' much in the way the creative duo did with their noted run on Daredevil.
Loeb discussed working on Captain America: White with Tim Sale, with the hope being to finish the story by the time the movie is complete.
Runaways, a topic discussed at many panels this year, was brought up to the EiC with a response that the publisher wants to move forward when the time is right. They do not want to rush into anything and burn out the subject matter. This topic lead to a discussion of Iron Man 2.0, starring War Machine, which is being released due to the popularity of the character from his appearance in Iron Man 2.
Bendis discussed the proposed Powers TV show, saying that news would be coming soon.
Dan Buckley confirmed that Marvelman will be hitting the shelves at some point in 2011.