And Cesar Did Fall

Daredevil by Brian Bendis & Alex Maleev. 

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thecapncummings asked: I saw a picture taken of me at a wedding recently and I saw a big thinning spot on top. When's the time to let it all go? Or will I know when the time is right?

 my opinion… The minute it starts bothering you get rid of it.

 there is a big difference between balding and shaving. both in the way people perceive you and your own feelings about it.

 this of course is completely dependent on your head shape. if you are zippy the pinhead you may want to think about other choices. while I was not blessed with a good head of hair I was blessed with a good Willis-y head shape

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botolo86 asked: How many comic books do you have in your personal collection?

My comic book collection is not Harlan Ellison historic at all, I sold a lot of my good stuff to get through college and the lean years of independent comic book making, but my graphic novel collection, I don’t mean to brag, is pretty fantastic

 my Brian Michael Bendis collection in particular is really complete :-)

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houstonkhughes asked: On IMDB it credits Alona Tal as Zora. Is that a mistake, or is she playing one of the past incarnations in flashbacks?

The amazing alona is not part of the new production. obviously from the little we have shown you can tell that the character is completely different from the one alona was playing.

IMDb is like Wikipedia.  for better or for worse

alona is ex-Israeli military and was a lot of fun to be around onset. anyone would be very lucky to have her in their cast

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Anonymous asked: Your my bald hero

You are my spelling hero :-)

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executivecontour asked: When you put Spider-Man on The Avengers, was there anything that fundamentally changed about him (or the Spider-Man office) that made him a team player after being solo for all the years prior or was it just time?

I think we covered this in the very first issues.

 Capt. America offered him the position, he said I’m not a team guy, Capt. America said: how is that working out for you?

 realizing that once again Capt. America’s right… Spider-man accepted.

 I think one of the big takeaways for me was Spider-man realizing how admired years by the other heroes. Peter is so stuck in his constant chaos I don’t think he realized his place.

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Anonymous asked: Given your Marvel status, I assume you know a good deal about Avengers: Age of Ultron. Anything you can tell us about it? Not so much specific plot points/spoilers, but in general, how you think it's gonna turn out. Did you have much, if any, input in it, as far as consulting and what have you?

As a member of the Marvel cinematic creative committee I have consulted on every Marvel movie since Ironman one including upcoming Marvel movies… some of which you know about and some of which you don’t.

 the number one thing this job entails is me keeping my mouth shut so for all of you who keep asking me questions about the Marvel cinematic universe just don’t even waste your finger typing time to do it because I’m the last person you should ask.

 I’m not allowed.

 and for those of you specifically asking me for Upcoming Marvel cinematic spoilers I have a question for you: are you out of your mind? :-)

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Anonymous asked: What has been the greatest lesson you have learned about human beings since working in the comic book industry

Boris Vallejo - Privateers, 1986.

Boris Vallejo - Privateers, 1986.

Unto You Is Born…The Doomsman!, art by Wally Wood (from Astonishing Tales #1)

Unto You Is Born…The Doomsman!, art by Wally Wood (from Astonishing Tales #1)

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Alan Bean - The hammer and the feather, 1987.

Alan Bean - The hammer and the feather, 1987.

drdavidmrmack:

Maybe Det. Mack will make it into the new POWERS TV show? Powers art by @oeming.
oeming:

Detective David Mack @davidmackkabuki  from POWERS

drdavidmrmack:

Maybe Det. Mack will make it into the new POWERS TV show? Powers art by @oeming.

oeming:

Detective David Mack   from POWERS

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MILES MORALES ISSUE 9 cover colors by JPO

MILES MORALES ISSUE 9 cover colors by JPO

christianward:

Here’s a little fact for you all- this is a prologue - made especially as a little taster treat before we hit with issue 1. These pages won’t actually be in issue 1 - so here they are in all their glory .

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