From Page to Screen: Hasbro Cinematic Universe
Dec29

From Page to Screen: Hasbro Cinematic Universe

From Page to Screen: Hasbro Cinematic Universe by Jerry Whitworth   Announced in mid-December, Hasbro has entered into an agreement with Paramount Pictures to produce a shared film universe centered around its biggest franchise G.I. Joe. Something of a modern day craze following the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Hasbro/Paramount venture joins the likes of 20th Century Fox’s X-Men Universe, Warner Bros’...

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Creator Profile: Esad Ribić
Oct24

Creator Profile: Esad Ribić

Creator Profile: Esad Ribić by Jerry Whitworth   Considered a modern day master of the arts, Esad T. Ribić has wowed comic book fans with his work on Loki, Silver Surfer: Requiem, Ultimates, Thor: God of Thunder, and, most recently, Secret Wars. However, despite being a relatively new name known to many of his admirers, Ribić has seen his work published for over two decades starting in his native Croatia. Born in 1972 in Zagreb,...

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Creator Profile: Leinil Francis Yu

Creator Profile: Leinil Francis Yu by Jerry Whitworth   Since 2004, Marvel Comics has recognized a small number of its creators as Young Guns, a program that places a spotlight on talent on the rise within the company (and, by extension, in the industry). Such names have included the likes of Steve McNiven and Nick Bradshaw and, in 2006, Leinil Francis Yu was awarded such a distinction. Born in the Philippines the youngest of...

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Creator Profile: Nick Bradshaw

Creator Profile: Nick Bradshaw by Jerry Whitworth   In the world of comic books, there exist legendary comic book artists. Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, Carmine Infantino, Neal Adams, George Pérez, and Joe Kubert are just a few names this idea brings to mind. However, before they were legends, they were up-and-coming talents who grew, evolved, and developed over time to reach the heights they eventually achieved. It has become fairly...

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In Memoriam: Norman Lee

In Memoriam: Norman Lee by Jerry Whitworth   While vacationing with his wife Jan in the Cayman Islands, comic book inker Norman Lee went missing. Snorkeling 250 yards off of the Grand Cayman, the couple became separated and Jan returned to shore believing her husband would be there waiting for her. The authorities believe strong currents in the water may have taken Lee and have since called off the search, believing it’s...

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