Mark Paniccia Archives

x-men red
Will All-New Wolverine, also written by X-Men Red's Tom Taylor, continue after this book launches? Earlier today, X-Men editor Mark Paniccia promised to reveal most of the roster of the new X-Men Red series slowly throughout the day, a trickle of life-sustaining clickbait article material for comic book websites to get them through a case of the Mondays[...]
x-men red
Earlier today, X-Men editor Mark Paniccia promised to reveal most of the roster of the new X-Men Red series slowly throughout the day, a trickle of life-sustaining clickbait article material for comic book websites to get them through a case of the Mondays The third ongoing core X-Men team book was revealed last Thursday, to[...]
x-men red
Because the book's roster will be revealed today, according to X-Men editor Mark Paniccia Well, actually, only "most of the roster." They'll be keeping some secrets back to drag out the reveal for a later date, it seems Paniccia revealed that the roster will be revealed later on Twitter. The roster (most of it) will be[...]
Astonishing X-Men Leads To Something Significant And New
As part of his now regular #XMenMonday's, where X-Men editor Mark Paniccia takes the time to talk to fans on twitter and answer questions and tease the direction of X-Men in the ResurrXion line, Paniccia left a fairly big tease for something in the future of the mutant's world.   Astonishing X-Men cover by Jim Cheung When a[...]
The Revolving Door Of Death Spins Faster In Astonishing X-Men
But a death usually lasts a good while before the character comes back, with a couple exceptions. Well, Marvel's X-Men editor Mark Paniccia has thrown out a teaser that another character who died very recently may be back sooner rather than later. Nothing in the works right now with Peter or X-Factor but here's a little something[...]
Another LGBT Character Coming to the X-Books #ResurrXion
Variant cover by Rahzzah This week is round two for CBR's discussion with X-editors Daniel Ketchum, Mark Paniccia, Christina Harrington, and this time including Chris Robinson and Mark Basso. And straight off the bat we're given this little tidbit from Daniel Ketchum – there will be another LGBT character in the X-titles that has not yet been[...]
Generation X Reunions In ResurrXion
Art by Chris Bachalo Yesterday saw a new X-Position chat over at CBR, where the site gets to chat with Marvel, eXclusively, about the X-Men books. This particular instalment is part one in a chat with the X-Editors, Mark Paniccia, Daniel Ketchum and Christina Harrinton, about what we can expect in the upcoming ResurrXion of the line,[...]
Ken Lashley On X-Men Prime For ResurrXion – And All The Writers Join In
As Mark Paniccia says, "Magneto sees that as an opportunity he wants to seize. He makes a deal with them to take down anyone who's going to pose a threat and disrupt the chance to have a peaceful, if not, neutral relationship with humanity." It's not clarified if 'see mutants as less of a threat' is meant to[...]
Have Post-Secret Wars Plans Changed Further For The X-Books?
However, with Mike Marts leaving for new start up comics publisher Aftershock Comics, there may be a change in direction with the new X-Men editor, Mark Paniccia As we mentioned earlier. I look forward to finding out more… at the appropriate juncture. Last week, Bleeding Cool ran the story that, after the Secret Wars event, that the mutants[...]
Retailers Get To Quiz Marvel's Big Wigs At New York Comic Con
Comic book retailers are getting their own special meeting and presentation with the executives of Marvel Comics at New York Comic Con, entitled Meet Marvel Editorial. In what is basically a real life version of The Avengers, teaming up to face the onslaught of enraged retailers are Dan Buckley – President, TV, Publishing & Brand Management, David[...]