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Joe Quesada Teases New Marvel Superhero Project For 2022

Last night Joe Quesada posted the following to Facebook, saying "I've been pecking away at a project and keeping it on the down-low. But, I think in 2022 I'll start posting some small bits and pieces. Here's a hint, it involves Marvel superheroes and lots of stuff happens!" And what he posted showed Captain America and Black Panther. Doing… stuff.

Joe Quesada Teases New Marvel Superhero Project For 2022

He denied that he was drawing Donny Cates' Miracleman saying "Nope, but feel free to spread any and all rumors." Well, I mean, challenge accepted. But when also asked if you would, please, stay away from Peter Parker and Mary Jane, with memories of One More Day, replied "Nope!" What could it be?

Joseph Quesada majored in illustration at the School of Visual Arts, from which he graduated with a BFA in 1984. He became known in the comic book world in the nineties, first for his work on various Valiant Comics books, such as Ninjak and Solar, Man of the Atom. He later worked on numerous books for DC Comics and Marvel Comics, such as Batman: Sword of Azrael where Quesada co-created the character Azrael with writer Dennis O'Neil, and X-Factor, before forming his own company with Jimmy Palmiotti, Event Comics, where they published their creator-owned character, Ash, a firefighter with superpowers. In 1998 he became an editor of Marvel Comics' Marvel Knights line. They worked on a number of then-lower-profile characters such as Daredevil, Punisher, The Inhumans, and Black Panther, encouraging experimentation and using his contacts in the independent comics world to bring in creators such as David W. Mack, Mike Oeming, Brian Michael Bendis, Garth Ennis, and Steve Dillon. Quesada and Palmiotti also drew the Daredevil story written by film director Kevin Smith. Quesada was then promoted to editor-in-chief of the Marvel in 2000, as he established the Ultimate Comics line at the publisher. He was named Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment in 2010 and left his editor-in-chief role in January 2011, being replaced by Axel Alonso. His position was re-titled as executive vice president and creative director in October 2019, when Kevin Feige took the CCO title.

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