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Secret Invasion
Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May 1963), , Skrulls in Fantastic Four #2 (January 1962), SHIELD in Strange Tales #135 (1965) Kenny Martinez – co-creator of Agent Ross in Ka-Zar #17 (1998) David Michelinie – co-creator of James Rhodes in Iron Man #118 (1979) Christopher Priest – co-creator of Agent Ross in Ka-Zar #17 (1998) Gerardo Sandoval – co-creator of[...]
Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May 1963), , Skrulls in Fantastic Four #2 (January 1962), SHIELD in Strange Tales #135 (1965) David Michelinie – co-creator of James Rhodes in Iron Man #118 (1979) Jerry Ordway – co-creator of Cadre X in Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet #1 (2000) Gerardo Sandoval – co-creator of Varra of the Knights of the Infinite,[...]
Secret Invasion
Any further suggestions in the comments are most welcome… With Special Thanks To: Brian Michael Bendis, John Byrne, Alan Coswill, Jim Craig, Peter David, Ben Dunn, Rich Elson, David Finch, Gary Frank, Kevin Gunstone, Niko Henrichon,  Jack Kirby, Andy Lanning, Bob Layton, Stan Lee, Kenny Martinez, David Michelinie, Christopher Priest, Roy Thomas, Robbie Thompson, Leinil Francis[...]
Second DC Comics Launch After Future State - The Suicide Squad #1
The Suicide Squad #1 will be written by Robbie Thompson, pencilled by Eduardo Pansica, inked by Júlio Ferreira, and coloured by Marcelo Maiolo. Like Ram V on Swamp Thing, Robbie Thompson is writing the Future State version of the Suicide Squad series and it appears he will be continuing that with the post-Future State version, though[...]
Robbie Thompson Joins Teen Titans Creative Team as Co-Writer for Djinn War
Since 2015, writer Robbie Thompson has been a major force at Marvel Comics, most recently writing Spider-Man/Deadpool, Meet the Skrulls, and multiple Star Wars comics such as Target Vader He's done some DC work in the past, such as backup stories in Human Target at Vertigo in 2010, the Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern crossover[...]
Is Marvel's 'Meet the Skrulls' a Shot at the Distinguished Competition?
This March, Marvel will capitalize on the release of the Captain Marvel movie with a new series by Robbie Thompson and Niko Henrichon called Meet the Skrulls, teased Friday on Twitter, though of course, you heard about it first here on Bleeding Cool (pip pip). Meet the Skrulls From Robbie Thompson and Niko Henrichon[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – Learning the Names of the Cast in Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #28
Deadpool #28 Writer: Robbie Thompson Artists: Chris Bachalo and Matt Horak Inkers: Matt Horak, Livesay, Tim Townsend, Victor Olazaba, and Wayne Faucher Colorist: Chris O'Halloran Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Scott Hepburn and Ian Herring Last issue was our first experience with this comic, and we weren't impressed Despite being the first issue of a new story arc, the comic did little to[...]
Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #27
Deadpool #27 Writer: Robbie Thompson Pencilers: Chris Bachalo, Scott Hepburn, Marcus To Inkers: Livesay, Al Vey, Wayne Faucher, Victor Olazaba, Scott Hepburn, Chris Bachalo, Marcus To Colorists: Chris O'Halloran, Ian Herring Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Scott Hepburn, Ian Herring Title Page Designer: Mandy Medero It's relatively easy to ignore how overexposed both Deadpool and Spider-Man are when you're not reading any of their[...]
Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends Panel At NYCC: The No Tongue Rule Broken
Hugh Sheridan reports from NYCC for Bleeding Cool: Editor Nick Lowe MCed Friday's "Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends" panel at NYCC, which also featured writers Dan Slott (Amazing Spider-Man), Chip Zdarsky (Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man) Robbie Thompson (Spider-Man vs Deadpool) and artist Will Sliney (Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider), Rodney Barnes (Falcon) and Venom editor Devin Lewis. NYCC[...]
Marvel Legacy
As part of Marvel's continued drip-feed of Marvel Legacy information, the publisher has now confirmed the return of Primer Pages to select Marvel Legacy titles, which we had rumoured some time ago. The pages, which will be written by Robbie Thompson and with a 'majority of art' by Mark Bagley, will give readers information and a[...]
Tradd Moore On Venom #150 As Original Numbers And Eddie Brock Return (For Now) Plus Backup By Michelinie And Lim
First, there's this art by Tradd Moore: That comes along with a creative team, which sees current Venom artist Gerardo Sandoval drawing a backup written by Robbie Thompson, while Moore teams with current Venom writer Mike Costa on the main story: VENOM #150 MIKE COSTA, ROBBIE THOMPSON & DAVID MICHELINIE (W) TRADD MOORE, GERARDO SANDOVAL & RON LIM (A) Cover by GERARDO SANDOVAL Variant Cover[...]
Robbie Thompson On Why He'd Like To Be Galactus For A Day
Ask Marvel turns to Robbie Thompson, writer of Silk, Spidey and Venom: Space Knight to ask him some questions from the fans My favorite answer from him has to be his choice of Galactus as the character he'd like to switch places with for a day… mainly because the reason he gives for why[...]
SDCC '15: Marvel – Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends
A Civil War and Ant-Man video though, so we learn that Scott Lang is a 'good' criminal, robbing from a rich corporation to give it back to the customers. Panelists include Robbie Thompson, Chip Zdarsky, Axel Alonso, Wil Moss and Sana Amanat. The Amazing Spider-Man reboot comes up, coming out October 7th Peter Parker going global, as[...]
Silk Gets On-Going Series From Robbie Thompson And Stacey Lee
Robbie Thompson will be writing the tales of Cindy Moon, the other teenager bitten by the radioactive spider that gave Peter Parker his powers Art for the series will be provided by Stacey Lee and covers by Dave Johnson.   [Source:] The other female led Spider-verse on-going announced today at the Marvel Spider-Verse panel is Silk[...]