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Filming Wraps On Season 2 Of The Punisher As New Set Pic Emerges

Filming on the second season of Marvel/Netflix drama The Punisher has now wrapped. At least, that’s according to Jason R. Moore, who plays Curtis, friend and confidante to Frank Castle, the former Marine brought to life by Jon Bernthal who becomes the titular gun-toting vigilante after his family’s murdered by mobsters.

Moore shared an image on his Instagram account of himself alongside Bernthal (who was wearing an authentic Frank-like grimace) and the director of the episode. “Curtis – Director – Frank,” he wrote in the caption on the photo, before adding: “it’s a wrap! #thepunisher.”

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The Punisher season 2 has been filming in New York since March and set photos have revealed that, just as we expected, Ben Barnes will return as Billy Russo in the new run. Formally Castle’s best friend,
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"Fantastic Four" Forever

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Marvel Comics' "Fantastic Four" #1, available August 8, 2018, is written by Dan Slott and illustrated by Sara Pichelli, Simone Bianchi and Skottie Young, with covers by Esad Ribic, Alex Ross, Arthur Adams, Nick Bradshaw, Mark Brooks, John Cassaday, Jack Kirby, Eric Powell, Joe Quesada, Humberto Ramos, Walter Simonson and Mike Wieringo:

"...since the end of 'Secret Wars', there's been a gap in the 'Marvel Universe'. 

"A void no other team can fill. And it's time for the world to move on. But can it? A life-changing decision by the 'Thing'!

"A momentous declaration by the 'Human Torch'! A clarion call-to-arms that summons 'Doctor Doom'! 

"And a signal in the sky that heralds the return of hope to the Marvel Universe! 

"All this, and 'Alicia Masters' adopts kittens! Plus, the 'Impossible Man'!"

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Marvel Cco Says The Punisher Season 2 is "Crazy" and "Exactly What Fans Want"

For those of you who are excited about The Punisher Season 2, Marvel Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada is looking to get fans even more hyped for what is coming. While talking to Cb in a recent interview, Quesada said:

"Last year, this time, I was going around telling people like you [Punisher is] the best show we may have done. I think there were three fans on the floor, they were like, ‘Come on, man.’ I’m like, ‘If you don’t think it’s the best show that we’ve done and if [Jon] Bernthal is not Frank Castle, I will pay your Netflix subscription for a year.’ Never collected. Thank God."

He went on to say that the thing he's most excited about regarding the upcoming season is the villain, and then goes on to say that it's going to be exactly what fans want:

"It is just crazy stuff.
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"Sub-Mariner" Swimming Back To Marvel ?

Now that Disney has regained screen rights to Marvel superheroes "X-Men", "Fantastic Four", "Wolverine" and "Deadpool" from 21st Century Fox, next on the list is recovering rights to Marvel Comics' "Namor: The Sub-Mariner" from Universal, paving the way for a big budget undersea adventure that could make DC's "Aquaman" look like 'Charlie The Tuna':

Plans fell through for a live action "Namor" TV series in the 1950's, starring Richard Egan, plus there was interest in a 1970's TV pilot that was scrubbed because of a similarity to the NBC series "Man from Atlantis" (1977), starring Patrick Duffy, that Marvel Comics licensed for publishing.

To date, Universal still controls screen rights to the "Hulk" and will only allow Marvel Studios to feature the character as part of an ensemble, rather than as the main character in a stand-alone film.

"I can't speak for the studios," said Marvel's Joe Quesada about
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The Punisher Producer Says Season 2 Is Exactly What Fans Want

Say what you want about Marvel’s line-up of Netflix shows and the connective tissue they share with Infinity War and the wider McU – or lack thereof – but no one can deny that the studio’s TV arm is keeping fans pretty busy at the moment.

Back in March, for instance, we were treated to the second installment of Jessica Jones, which unfortunately failed to replace Kilgrave with a compelling and nuanced villain. Luke Cage, meanwhile, thankfully avoided the same trap last month, when Harlem’s Hero for Hire confronted John McIver (Aka the Bushmaster) in order to appease the citizens of his city.

Then there’s Daredevil and Iron Fist, who are also poised for more solo adventures later this year, but beyond The Defenders, there’s another Marvel hero gearing up for his next small screen outing as well. His name? Frank Castle, better known to you, I
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Charlie Cox Names “Born Again” Among His All-Time Favorite Daredevil Comics

The 2018 Las Vegas Comic-Con has yielded a ton of Marvel intel from Charlie Cox – intel relating to The Defenders, Spider-Man, Kingpin and how his early days spent researching the role of Daredevil almost led to a bizarre misunderstanding.

All of this information has been funneled through Collider, though it wasn’t long before the outlet quizzed Cox about his all-time favorite Daredevil comics, which, unsurprisingly, includes a shout-out to Frank Miller’s “Born Again,” the series on which the show’s third season is based.

Further details on Daredevil season 3’s plot remain locked away in the Netflix vaults, but it seems pretty clear that it’ll revolve around Matt Murdock as he struggles to overcome his near-death experience from The Defenders finale. He’ll be a broken shell of his former self, then, and while Cox refused to be drawn on any story specifics, he did name-drop his all-time
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Marvel announces Jack Kirby hidden gem variant cover for Fantastic Four #1

With the return of Marvel’s First Family fast approaching, the publisher has announced a new Hidden Gem variant cover for Fantastic Four #1 featuring artwork from the legendary Jack Kirby! Check it otu here…

See Also: Galactus graces Joe Quesada’s Fantastic Four #1 hidden gem variant cover

See Also: Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, The Thing and Human Torch get Fantastic Four #1 variant covers from Artgerm

This August, Marvel invites you to join Johnny, Ben, Sue and Reed in their much-anticipated return to comics, featuring an all-new story from Dan Slott, Sara Pichelli (Spider-Man: Miles Morales), and Esad Ribic!

Fantastic Four #1 will go on sale on August 8th.

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Amazing Spider-Man #1 Review

In 2007, Marvel Comics launched the most controversial Spider-Man story of all-time. For years, the company had been attempting to reverse the decision to marry Spidey to Mary Jane, which they believed damaged the core brand. Finally, editor-in-chief Joe Quesada pushed for the shocking “One More Day,” which saw Peter Parker literally enter into a deal with the devil for the sake of Aunt May’s life. The cost was that his marriage was wiped out of continuity, as though it’d never happened.

The Spider-Man fanbase has never recovered from that decision. Although Marvel insiders routinely defended it, insisting the marriage went against the core brand, vast numbers of readers were furious. Now, in Nick Spencer’s Amazing Spider-Man #1, it looks as though Marvel’s actually beginning to go back on “One More Day.”

On the face of it, Amazing Spider-Man #1 should be an innocuous start to an everyday Spidey story.
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Sad news for Spiderman fans

The 90-year old popular comic book artist, Steve Ditko who co-created Marvel's Spider-Man and Doctor Strange was reportedly found dead in his New York City apartment on June 29th.

The president of Marvel Entertainment, Dan Buckely in his statement said that Ditko “transformed the industry and the Marvel Universe, and his legacy will never be forgotten.”

Marvel's Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada said that the artist “blessed us with gorgeous art, fantastical stories, heroic characters and a mystical persona worthy of some of his greatest creations.”

Marvel Studios' has now shared a post on his Twitter handle thanking Steve Ditko, "Thank you Steve. Rest In Peace."

Tom Holland Honors ‘Spider-Man’ Co-Creator Steve Ditko: “He Made So Many People So Happy”

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Tom Holland Honors ‘Spider-Man’ Co-Creator Steve Ditko: “He Made So Many People So Happy”
Tom Holland, who dons the mask as the current iteration of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, took to Twitter to honor Steve Ditko, the co-creator of Marvel’s wisecracking web-slinging superhero.

“We all want to leave our mark on the world – this guy crushed it,” tweeted Holland Saturday. “He made so many people so happy and changed lives – most of all, mine!”

He adds, “Thank you Steve – your life lives on man, thank you.”

Ditko’s body was found in his apartment on June 29. He was 90 years old. The cause of death has yet to be announced.

In addition to creating Spider-Man alongside Stan Lee, Ditko also co-created Doctor Strange with Lee. His became known for his distinct artistic style with the comics. His work is largely reflected in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the live-action versions of Spider-Man — specifically with Homecoming — and the out-of-this-world Sorcerer Supreme mysticism seen in Doctor Strange.
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Marvel unveils more Fantastic Four #1 variant covers

Over the past week we’ve seen a few variant covers for Marvel’s upcoming Fantastic Four #1, including character variants from Artgerm and a Joe Quesada hidden gem variant, and now we have a look at another three from Eric Powell, Humberto Ramos and Nick Bradshaw; check them out here…

This August, Marvel invites you to join Johnny, Ben, Sue and Reed in their much-anticipated return to comics, featuring an all-new story from Dan Slott, Sara Pichelli (Spider-Man: Miles Morales), and Esad Ribic!

Fantastic Four #1 will go on sale on August 8th.

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Galactus graces Joe Quesada’s Fantastic Four #1 hidden gem variant cover

57 years to the day of their original comic book debut, the Fantastic Four make their return to the Marvel universe this August with a brand new series from Dan Slott, Sara Pichelli and Esad Ribic, and to mark the occasion the publisher is offering a hidden gem variant cover from Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada; check it out here…

See Also: Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, The Thing and Human Torch get Fantastic Four #1 variant covers from Artgerm

See Also: Ant-Man and the Wasp director “dreaming” of bringing Fantastic Four into the Marvel Cinematic Universe

This August, Marvel invites you to join Johnny, Ben, Sue and Reed in their much-anticipated return to comics, featuring an all-new story from Dan Slott, Sara Pichelli (Spider-Man: Miles Morales), and Esad Ribic!

Fantastic Four #1 will go on sale on August 8th.

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Joe Quesada variant for The Life of Captain Marvel #3 revealed

This July, Margaret Stohl and Carlos Pacheco will come together to bring Carol Danvers a new story in The Life of Captain Marvel, and Marvel has now unveiled a special variant cover for the third issue by the publisher’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada.

“The understanding of Carol as a hero is fundamentally tied to her strength, but being strong is not entirely the same as having Kree powers,” states writer Margaret Stohl with regards to the five-part series. “So it’s been a really interesting journey looking into the nature of Carol’s strength; what makes her strong as a person and as a hero? Where is that all coming from?”

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 will go on sale on July 4th, with issue #3 arriving on September 19th.

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"Sub-Mariner" Swimming Back To Marvel ?

What if... the movie screen rights to Marvel Comics' 'Atlantean' superhero "Namor: The Sub-Mariner" returned to Marvel from Universal, allowing a big budget "Sub-Mariner" undersea adventure that could make DC's "Aquaman" look like 'Charlie The Tuna'?:

"I can't speak for the studios," said Marvel's Joe Quesada about Disney recovering screen rights to Namor from Universal.

"But as far as I know, yeah we do (have screen rights). It’s not at Fox, it’s not at Sony...Yeah."

"Yes," confirmed Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige about Marvel controlling screen rights to Namor, "but it’s slightly more complicated than that."

"Let’s put it this way – there are entanglements that make it less easy.

"There are older contracts that still involve other parties that means we need to work things out before we move forward on it.

"...as opposed to an 'Iron Man' or any
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Deadpool 2 End Credits Explained by Writers

Deadpool 2 End Credits Explained by Writers
If you haven't seen Deadpool 2 yet, there will be some huge Spoilers below, but even if you haven't, you may have already heard about the post-credits scene by now. After the New York City premiere on Monday night, Marvel Entertainment chief creative officer Joe Quesada made a rather bold statement, by proclaiming that the Deadpool 2 post-credit scene was the best in movie history, and now that fans are finally seeing it, many actually agree with his statement (including the writer of this article). In a new interview, Deadpool 2 writers shed some light on how this scene came to be, since it wasn't in the original script and it wasn't even screened in the first test screenings. This is your last chance to avoid Spoilers so read on at your own risk.

In the original Deadpool, the Merc With the Mouth (Ryan Reynolds) came out of a bathroom wearing a bathroom,
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Deadpool 2 Has Best Ever Post-Credit Scene Claims Marvel Cco

20th Century Fox held the New York City premiere for Deadpool 2 on Monday night, and one of the attendees was Marvel Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, who made an interesting revelation on Twitter following the premiere. While Quesada had plenty of high praise for the movie itself, he also gave a big shout-out to the movie's post-credit scene, which he claims is the best in movie history. Here's what Joe Quesada had to say about Deadpool 2 in a series of three tweets following the premiere.

"Just got back from the @deadpoolmovie 2 NYC premier and Holy $#!+!!!! No seriously... Holy $#!+!!!! I can't remember the last time I laughed that much at the movies. It's everything you want in a Dp movie and more. Thanks Fox for inviting us. And congrats to @VancityReynolds @DavidMLeitch Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Terry Crews, the entire cast and crew and Zazie Beets who kills it as Domino!
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Infinity War Writer Assures Fans That Avengers 4 Will Deliver A “Really Good Story” For Hawkeye

Cast your mind back to November of last year, long before Infinity War made its grand debut, and you’ll likely recall a number of paparazzi photos captured from the set of Avengers 4.

Among them was an up-close look at what appeared to be some Yakuza-themed buildings and decorations, indicating that Joe and Anthony Russo have one or two tricks up their collective sleeve when it comes to next year’s McU blockbuster. It’s one that’s taken on a life of its own since the release and subsequent success of Infinity War – not to mention the threequel’s haunting finale – while enthused fans have been searching all four corners of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to locate the elusive Clint Barton.

Yes, just as those pre-release posters implied, Hawkeye was left on the sidelines all throughout Infinity War, where he joined Ant-Man and the Wasp ahead of their own return this summer.
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"Avengers: Infinity War" - 'Iron Spider'

Sneak Peek the "Avengers: Infinity War" 'Iron Spider' premium format figure from Hot Toys in the laser-scanned likeness of actor Tom Holland's 'Peter Parker', as he appears in the Marvel Studio's film:

Debuting in Marvel Comics' "The Amazing Spider-Man" #529...

...the armor was designed by Joe Quesada based on a sketch by Chris Bachalo.

Peter Parker wore this suit as Spider-Man's official costume until writer J. Michael Straczynski chose to revert to the older costume.

In film the 'Iron Spider' armor, designed by 'Tony Stark' debuted at the end of the feature "Spider-Man: Homecoming"...

...and appears again in "Avengers: Infinity War".

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"The Life of Captain Marvel"

Marvel Comics' "The Life of Captain Marvel" #1, available July 2018, in support of the currently shooting Marvel Studios' feature film starring Oscar winner Brie Larson, is written by Margaret Stohl and illustrated by Carlos Pacheco, with covers by Julian Totino Tedesco, Artgerm , Joe Quesada, Fiona Staples and Sana Takeda:

"...'Carol Danvers' was just a girl from the Boston suburbs who loved science and the 'Red Sox' until a chance encounter with an alien 'Kree' gave her incredible super-powers.

"Now, she's a leader in the 'Avengers' and the commander of 'Alpha Flight'. But what if there were more to the story?

"When crippling anxiety attacks put her on the sidelines in the middle of a fight, Carol finds herself reliving memories of a life she thought was far behind her.

"You can't outrun where you're from -- and sometimes, you Have to go home again. But there are
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Obviously Hawkeye Got His Own Fan-Made Avengers: Infinity War Character Poster

Well, that certainly didn’t take long, now did it?

As you surely know, ever since Marvel Studios lifted the lid on Joe and Anthony Russo’s Avengers: Infinity War and its 2019 follow-up, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye has been oddly absent from most, if not all of the marketing material. No trailer scenes. No posters. Nada.

It’s created quite the stir online, too, as folks scramble to find any clues as to where Hawkeye has been hiding. He’s the archer of the Avengers and a true fan favorite, so it makes sense that his absence has bothered more than a few people. Because even after Infinity War‘s recent poster dump (which included just about everyone), Renner’s character is still nowhere to be found, and while that’ll likely remain the case right up until April 27th, the very vocal Marvel fanbase isn’t just going to
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