Sana Amanat Archives

Margaret Stohl & Judith Stephens Write Super-Visible Women Of Marvel
Willow Wilson, Tini Howard, Maurene Goo, and Charlie Jane Anders, top artists like Jen Bartel, Peach Momoko, and Tamra Bonvillian, and influential producers like Victoria Alonso and Sana Amanat, Super Visible: The Story of the Women of Marvel is an essential read for fans of all ages. Marvel podcast producer and cosplay photographer Judith Stephens and Beautiful[...]
Top 100 Power List of Comics, 2019 Edition
Nevertheless, the ability of his twelve-issue series as perennial sellers, and being picked to adapt his Mister Miracle series into the New Gods movie demonstrate DC is aware of and respects his ability and fan base. Sana Amanat (Down) Marvel Vice president of Content and Character Development Director, co-creator and editor of Ms Marvel, she is[...]
The Daily LITG, 22nd June 2019 – Happy Birthday Sana Amanat
Charles, Missouri till Sunday. Augusta Toy & Comic Show – Augusta, Georgia Epic Comic Con – Atlantic City, New Jersey till Sunday. Planet Funk Con – Bettendorf, Iowa till Sunday. Rangerstop and Pop Con – Atlanta, Georgia till Sunday. FanQuest Winnipeg, Manitoba till Sunday. Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming Expo Sydney, New South Wales till Sunday. Lionsgates Con Padova, Italy till Sunday. Wie.MAI.KAI Florsheim am Main, Germany till[...]
Marvel Sidesteps Question About Decrease in Diversity Comics at NYCC
  During the "Women of Marvel" panel this afternoon at NYCC, Marvel's VP of Content and Character Development, Sana Amanat responded to a fan question about the disappearance of certain fan-favorite "diversity" female-led and LGBT comics We've covered Marvel's habit of dropping diverse book titles early for quite some time While the "Marvel Cancellation Bloodbath" ostensibly cancelled[...]
The Talent and Diversity Question at NYCC's 'Women of Marvel' Panel
Panel hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat were joined by Marvel creatives Kathleen Wisenski, Margaret Stohl, Leah Williams, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Jen Bartel which is a pretty solid lineup of talented people. The subject of this audience member's comment was regarding talent, diversity, and getting hired at Marvel, with an assertion that "women get hired in comics just because they're women" without "previous[...]
women of marvel sdcc 2018
Panelists Judy Stephens, Sana Amanat (Marvel VP of Character Development), G Willow Wilson (Writer of Ms Marvel), Mairghread Scott (Marvel Rising Writer), Kat Khavari (Ms Marvel), Milana Vayntrub (Squirrel Girl), and Kristi Reed (Marvel Rising: Voice Director) asked for any women in the crowd who wanted to go into the entertainment industry to stand up[...]
Life of Captain Marvel
Or is it actually by Margaret Stohl, Carlos Pacheco, and Marvel execs Joe Quesada and Sana Amanat? The press release features quotes by Stohl giving praise to Quesada and Amanat's contributions to the series: "Writing Life of Captain Marvel has already been an extraordinary experience, one of those rare times in a writer's life when the[...]
SDCC Marvel Cup O' Joe Panel Report: Lackluster And Boring
Bringing editors Nick Lowe, CB Cebulski, Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker the VP of Development of Marvel TV and New Media, and creators Kris Anka, Rainbow Rowell, Sean Ryan and fresh off his Eisner win, Ryan North, the room slowly filled with fans eager to hear what next big thing will be shared with us now[...]
Margaret Stohl And Sana Amanat On Captain Marvel's Need To Care For Others
This includes Margaret Stohl and Sana Amanat They talk about how Carol Danvers is afraid to lose control and how she has a pretty good support system with the Alpha Flight station Carol works best with a support squad and having people around her to care for. can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Mighty[...]
Margaret Stohl And Sana Amanat On The Mighty Captain Marvel
They've set the art to a song called Wild City by The Pretty Reckless and the inter-cut in interview bits with writer Stohl and editor Sana Amanat They briefly cover Carol Danvers history and then talk about her growing from a female character to a female hero and what she gained and lost in Civil[...]
Cable Links to the Past – And the ResurrXion is Complete?
It should lead to some good solid books, and the creative teams working on them are incredibly talented folks to be sure, and I'm fully expecting to be wowed by some unexpectedly when they do come out (for example, the current Uncanny X-Men by Cullen Bunn wasn't one I was overly looking forward to as[...]
Sana Amanat and Margeret Stohl Talk Civil War 2 Aftermath On Marvel Live Stream
Left to right: Host Dude, Sana Amanat, Fusion Writer Earlier today, we reported on pretty much the only news to come out of the twenty minutes we spent watching and taking notes on Marvel's Civil War 2 live stream event on ABC: the revelation that Marvel hasn't announced all the X-Men and Inhumans books they have[...]
Sana Amanat Says Marvel Still Has More X-Men, Inhumans Books To Announce
Marvel Editor Sana Amanat and The Mighty Captain Marvel writer Margeret Stohl joined ABC for their monthly (provided an issue actually makes it out) Civil War 2 live stream chat Nothing too mind blowing was revealed, but Amanat did drop a subtle hint about Marvel's plans for the X-Books and Inhumans. "Inhumans vs X-Men is less[...]