Oct. 11, 2013 | 6:34 p.m.
[Updated 7 a.m. PDT Oct. 12 with images from All-New Marvel Now announcements.] In continuing Marvel’s weekend of All-New Marvel Now reveals, executive editor Tom Brevoort wasted no time during the “Avengers” comics panel Friday at New York Comic Con. Cheerily breezing through what’s going on in existing books and announcing upcoming titles and events — with brief comments from writers and editors — in just about 17 minutes (by contrast, the House of Ideas’ earlier big panel Friday, for X-Men books, took about 45 minutes for a similarly robust slate), Brevoort, saying the panels belong to the readers, turned things over to audience questions for the rest of the hour. So, in the same spirit, here are the big reveals: – The title from writer Rick Remender and artists Pascal Alixe and Nic Klein that had been code-named “Mindbubble” […]
Aug. 22, 2013 | 2:24 p.m.
Fred Tatasciore is a fun-loving guy, but he’s best known in Hollywood for bringing to life a creature fueled by rage: the Incredible Hulk. A voice actor, Tatasciore has been playing the Hulk consistently for almost a decade — working on at least six different film, TV and video game projects this year alone. He’s currently in Disney XD’s “Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H,” which launched in early August. Channeling the roars, grunts and howls required to give voice to the Hulk takes a special type of actor. A big one. “It’s a physical workout and requires my voice to open up a bit, but it lets me get a chance to do what a lot of others can’t,” said the tall, burly Tatasciore. “Hulk’s a good guy at heart but gets launched into a very primal, animal […]