Akira Yoshida


Avengers #34 Review: #DefundTheAvengers

Avengers #34 Review: #DefundTheAvengers

That's the way the House of Akira Yoshida rolls, apparently.Let's not even get into the good old fashioned ideas of heroes fighting villains and not other purported heroes Guh, how tedious.With these dazzlingly dissonant ideas dancing around, it's hard to appreciate even the skillful visual work from Javier Garron, Jason Keith, and Cory Petit, depicting[...]

AWA Wants New Voices for iPOP &#8211 So Why Is Bill Jemas Writing Them

AWA Wants New Voices for iPOP – So Why Is Bill Jemas Writing Them?

Last week, Bleeding Cool scooped a new digital comics publishing line iPOP from AWA or Artists, Writers & Artisans. Not everything was ready for primetime when Bleeding Cool posted, referencing what had been published on the AWA website – which was rapidly withdrawn. Bleeding Cool also reported that the authorial name for all of these, […]

Bill Jemas Revives Yoshida Pseudonym for Be Wawa Lion Queen Truth

Bill Jemas Revives 'Yoshida' Pseudonym for Be Wawa, Lion Queen, Truth?

Cebulski wrote Marvel Comics titles using the pseudonym Akira Yoshida both when Bill Jemas was publisher and when Azel Alonso was EIC, against company guideline and without their knowledge It was something he finally admitted to, to Bleeding Cool, before becoming EIC at the publisher Could this be an unusually timed dig at CB Cebulski[...]

Akira Yoshida Returns to Comics in Todays The Nib

Akira Yoshida Returns to Comics in Today's The Nib

Akira Yoshida made his return to comics Friday, though not in the triumphant manner you might be expecting Yoshida was the alias of current Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief C.B Cebulski, who only admitted to it after being named to the top Marvel editorial job It's a story we often recount here on Bleeding Cool, and today[...]


Sina Grace Doubts Darkveil Will Be Back in X-Books Until Dookie Hands Akira Yoshida is Gone

Sina Grace Doubts Darkveil Will Be Back in X-Books Until "Dookie Hands" Akira Yoshida is Gone

I offered to give Darkveil a proper character bio, and I walked away. And so, answering the question, Grace responded:https://twitter.com/SinaGrace/status/1187445449226997760Akira Yoshida, for those unfamiliar, was the name of the fictional Japanese man Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B Cebulski pretended to be in order to write comics while still working in Marvel editorial over a decade ago[...]

Marvels C.B. Cebulski to Return to Writing in 2019

Marvel's C.B. Cebulski to Return to Writing in 2019?

Of course, most of those were written under the pen name Akira Yoshida, a fictional Japanese identity which Cebulski used to skirt Marvel decorum on editors writing comics Despite criticism for taking writing jobs that could have gone to actual Asian writers, as well as draping his comics in stereotypical Japanese imagery, Cebulski ascended to[...]




Return of Wolverine Launch Trailer Declares: When Fans Speak Marvel Listens

Return of Wolverine Launch Trailer Declares: When Fans Speak, Marvel Listens

The video features artwork from the comic, as well as appearances by Akira Yoshida, Jordan White's mustache, and writer Charles Soule.In the trailer, Yoshida, otherwise known as Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B Cebulski, makes the case that Marvel totally planned to keep Wolverine dead when they killed him, but Charles Soule had such an amazing story they[...]

The Strange Case Of Akira Yoshida Marvel Comics And The West Wing

The Strange Case Of Akira Yoshida, Marvel Comics And The West Wing

Once upon a time, Akira Yoshida was a comic book writer for Marvel who appeared to come from nowhere For Marvel, in around 2004 and 2005, he wrote a number of mini-series Thor: Son Of Asgard, X-Men: Age Of Apocalypse, Elektra: The Hand, Wolverine: Soultaker, X-Men: Kitty Pryde: Shadow & Flame, X-Men: Fantastic Four, and[...]