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Marvel Writers Talk All-New, All-Different Comic Content At NYCC

Bradleigh-Ann Walker | PopWrapped Author

Bradleigh-Ann Walker

10/12/2015 6:40 am
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Marvel Writers Talk All-New, All-Different Comic Content At NYCC | Marvel
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What would New York Comic Con be without some updates on the latest and greatest Marvel comics?

Have no fear if you weren't able to make it to the Marvel: All-New, All-Different panel earlier today (Oct. 10). I've got you covered!

Several Marvel editors and writers stopped by to guest speak at this panel. Here's the rundown on Black Panther, All-New Wolverine, All-New X-Men, Venom Space Knight, and more.

Black Panther

Speaker: Editor-in-Chief, Axel Alonso

"We wanted to do it right. Ta-Nehisi [Coates] brings a passion for Marvel comics and a skill level that's indescribable. It's gonna reposition the Black Panther in the Marvel Universe in a major way.

Fans were treated to exclusive looks at the Panther's design as well, which you'll all see for yourselves soon enough!

Extraordinary X-Men

Speaker: Editor-in-Chief, Axel Alonso

First and foremost, they're NOT cancelling X-Men.

As for what's going to happen in the comic? He revealed that in the future, there will be conflicting goals for the humans and the mutants as the plot progresses.

All-New Wolverine

Speaker: Tom Taylor

"She's just as kickass as you know her, but she's trying not to kill; she's been around death her whole life. There are a lot of surprises in this book."

All-New X-Men

Speaker: Dennis Hopeless

"We have a team of kids in the awful post-Secret Wars world--it's a classic 'beat the crap out of villains and show the world that mutants can be cool' story."

Power Man and Iron Fist

Speaker: David Walker

"This is everybody's favorite duo in the Marvel Universe. This is about these iconic characters and their history. It's a lot of these classic, weird adventures with wacky villains. At the end of the day, this is about their friendship--the evolution of that and where they are now."

Howling Commandos of Shield

Speaker: Katie Kubert

"[These are] amazing monsters, each with their own abilities. It's an excuse to put monsters in books and create weird, horror-like stuff."

Venom: Space Knight

Speaker: Robbie Thompson

"Venom is a part of the Guardians, but these are his adventures independent of that. This is a second chance for Flash and Venom to be heroes."


Speaker: Jason Latour

"The band's back together for the third time. [In the first arc], When Gwen discovers there are giant lizards running around NYC, she starts an investigation about them and we learn about some people from her past."

[Cool NYCC moment: the panel host spotted a Gwen cosplayer in the crowd and invited her onstage to show off her costume and read the next issue of Spider-Gwen before everyone else!]


Speaker: Dennis Hopeless

"The premise of the book [in the latest arc] to hit her in the face with a real life brick, her pregnancy. What does it mean to be a superhero who has something real to deal with? In the first arc, crazy things happen to her, where she has to save the day without using her fists."


Robbie Thompson

According to Thompson, Silk is still someone dealing with personal issues, unable to relate to others. She's a bit of a bad guy, but still the same character fans know and love.

The Epic Crossover between Silk, Spider-Gwen, and Spider-Woman

Starting in April 2016, the three female-centric comics will be crossing over with one another, for two issues per title.

The crossover begins with Spider-Gwen visiting Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman) for advice; over time, Jessica becomes her mentor.


Stay tuned to Marvel for more news on the crossover!


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