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The Daily LITG, November 14th, 2019 – Happy Birthday Carlos Pacheco

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. And thank you Tom. You had my back. The 15 most-read stories yesterday Did Marvel Censor the New Wolverine Logo Because We Were Too Close to […]

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

The upcoming Incoming #1 from Marvel comics was solicited with a brace of writers, Al Ewing. Dan Slott, Chip Zdarsky, Kelly Thompson, Greg Pak, Eve L. Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron. But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as […]

Feet or No Feet? Carlos Pacheco Weighs in on Uncanny X-Men Cover Debate

Superstar artist Carlos Pacheco has finally weighed in on the artistic debate sweeping comics with the upcoming relaunch of Uncanny X-Men: feet or no feet? In case you've been living under a rock, here's how the line has been drawn so far: David Marquez set the tone with the teaser art for the relaunch, in […]

Avengers #5 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Jason Keith

Avengers #5 Review: Final Stand Against the Final Host

Loki tells Captain America of the first Celestials to ever arrive on Earth, including the one that Odin and his allies fought one million years prior. The Ghost Rider arrives soon after to save Cap, taking Loki with them. The Final Host are in pursuit. Thankfully, the Avengers assemble around them. Doctor Strange, Iron Man, […]

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Heartfelt Look at Carol Danvers's Youth

Captain Marvel and the Avengers are fighting a cadre of villains which include Tanalth the Pursuer and Moonstone. During the fight, Carol begins having unwarranted flashbacks to her childhood in Harpswell Sound, Maine. They are visions of her father beating her two brothers while her mother held her back. This begins affecting her work as […]

Life of Captain Marvel

Joe Quesada Covers Life of Captain Marvel #1, Takes Joint Creative Custody of Book

Marvel has sent out a press release revealing Joe Quesada's cover for The Life of Captain Marvel #1, the upcoming series by Margaret Stohl and Carlos Pacheco that launches this July. Or is it actually by Margaret Stohl, Carlos Pacheco, and Marvel execs Joe Quesada and Sana Amanat? The press release features quotes by Stohl […]

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From Carlos Pacheco, a 1970s Avengers Spinoff Comic for Marvel

We may be getting the big Avengers news today, with one 18-issues-a-year title from Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness starting in May. And while that will be the main Avengers title, there may still be room for other spinoffs. In another video from A Hora Suave to add to their Joe Bennett interview this morning, […]

Marvel Two-in-One #3 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Marvel Two-in-One #3 Review: A Decent if Inconsequential Story

The Mad Thinker is paid a visit by Doctor Doom. Meanwhile the Thing brings the Human Torch to an old friend whom Ben hopes can help Johnny with his power problems. That old friend is none other than Hercules, Avenger and Prince of Power. He takes our Two-in-One team to a person who helped him […]

Phoenix Resurrection

Marvel Releases Teaser Trailer For Phoenix Resurrection

Long before Marvel tried to make comics more like movies by adding post-credits scenes, comic book publishers have been trying to make comics more like movies by releasing trailers for them. The important thing is that they're more like movies. Could you imagine if comics were just comics? How embarrassing! In a press release, Marvel […]

Cable #1 Review- Some Good Ideas, But Ultimately Subpar

Cable is not a good character. I'm sorry to inform all of you of this, but he's really not. Above all else, he is the archetypal 1990's comic book superhero relic, and not the good kind like the New Warriors, which were a charming holdover which evolved over time to outgrow their 90's roots, or […]

Cable Links to the Past – And the ResurrXion is Complete?

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent Well, after an oddly long wait from the week long creative team announcements for all the other ResurrXion X-Men books, we now finally know that the team behind the new Cable book is actually James Robinson and Carlos Pacheco (and presumably a colorist and a letterer at […]

Marvel Remembers ResurrXion Cable Book, Names Robinson, Pacheco As Creative Team

Everyone at Marvel Comics was scrambling around the office this afternoon after somebody realized the publisher forgot to announce any details for its upcoming Cable book last week when it announced all the other X-books that are part of the ResurrXion line. Pulling together whichever creators happened to be standing around in the bullpen, Marvel […]

Carlos Pacheco Shows Off Original Pencils From Squadron Sinister #1

Artist Carlos Pacheco is talking about his new book Squadron Sinister #1 that is available now. On his facebook page he showed off some of the original pencils for the series as well as talked about what he liked from writer Marc Guggenheim's script. I have to say that I LOVE the way Marc Guggenheim […]

Pop Culture Hounding Carlos Pacheco

By Chris Thompson [audio:] After last episode's reading and discussion with The Unwritten's Mike Carey (which you can still listen to here), this time I'm back for a very special career retrospective featuring legendary Marvel & DC creator Carlos Pacheco at the most recent NICE Convention in Bedford. Carlos and I look back at his […]

New Shield Comic To Bring TV Characters Into The 616

From the Liveblog by Joe Glass: SHIELD issue 1 coming in December by Mark Waid and Carlos Pacheco, Alan Davis, Chris Sprouse and more, introducing characters from the TV show into the 616. They will be done in one stories, and everyone in the MU is a potential agent of SHIELD. Coulson is one of Waid's favorite […]

Carlos Pacheco Draws Barcelona Comic Con

  That's the poster for the Barcelona Comic Con, by Carlos Pacheco. The statue of Columbus points to America, the continent he discovered, and that's the direction the superheroes are flying in from. Expect a strong American contingent this year…

Arrowsmith From Kurt Busiek And Carlos Pacheco To Return

On his Facebook page, Carlos Pacheco has publicly announced; "Seguiré en Marvel unos años más, pero con espacio para retomar Arrowsmith." Or… something like; "I'll be working on Marvel a few more years, but with time to return to Arrowsmith." Since recent moves by John Romita Jr, there has been the threat at Marvel that […]