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    Marvel Comics No. 1000, due in August, continues a story that began in 1939, with 80 creative teams for its 80 pages.

    posted May 10, 2019, 5:33 PM 

    MARVEL COMICS #1000 (Aug 2019)
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    Marvel Comics turns 80 in August. To celebrate, the company is releasing Marvel Comics No. 1000, which follows its heroes from Day 1 in 1939, long before they became the global entertainment phenomenon they are today.

    96 creators involved with Marvel's August 2019 project

    posted May 10, 2019, 5:31 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    Apparently, the reason why George Perez (and other former Marvel creators) are being recalled to work at Marvel Comics for their 80 years celebration - it is because Editor-In-Chielf C.B. Cebulski had an idea to sell a million copies of comics. Sounds like a "duh" idea, but can they afford to hire everyone?

    So far, Marvel has announced 96 creators involved with Marvel's August 2019 project:

    - Jason Aaron and Goran Parlov
    - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Raymond Obstfeld and Mattia De Iluis
    - Saladin Ahmed and Steve Rude
    - Ed Brisson and Jorge Fornes
    - Kurt Busiek and Cameron Stewart
    - Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw
    - Peter David and Adam Kubert
    - Kelly Sue DeConnick and David Lopez
    - Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz
    - Gerry Duggan and Chris Samnee
    - Al Ewing and Daniel Acuña
    - Al Ewing and Cafu
    - Al Ewing and Joshua Cassara
    - Al Ewing and Mike Deodato Jr.
    - Al Ewing and Ron Garney
    - Al Ewing and Carlos Pacheco
    - Al Ewing and George Perez
    - Al Ewing and Leonardo Romero
    - Al Ewing and Jesus Saiz
    - Al Ewing and Cory Smith
    - Al Ewing and Christian Ward
    - Al Ewing and Chris Weston
    - Eve L. Ewing and Jen Bartel
    - Patrick Gleason
    - Glen David Gold and Chris Mooneyham
    - Adam F. Goldberg and Adam Riches
    - Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung- Tini Howard and Kia Asamiya
    - Joe Hill and Mike Allred
    - Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver
    - James Monroe Iglehart and Oscar Martin
    - Jason Latour
    - Jeff Lemire
    - Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale
    - Phil Lord and Christopher Miller and Javier Rodiguez
    - Brad Meltzer and Julian Todino Tedesco
    - Ryan North and James Harren
    - Greg Pak and Takeshi Miyazawa
    - Matthew Rosenberg and Leinil Francis Yu
    - Alex Ross
    - Rainbow Rowell and Kris Anka
    - Gail Simone and David Baldeon
    - Walt Simonson
    - Dan Slott and Marcos Martin
    - Charles Soule and Steve McNiven
    - J. Michael Straczynski and Ed McGuinness- Tom Taylor and Juann Cabal
    - Taboo and Geoffery Veregge
    - Roy Thomas and Rod Reis
    - Kelly Thompson and Pepe Larraz
    - Mark Waid and John Cassaday
    - David F. Walker and J.J. Kirby
    - Toby Whithouse and Alan Davis
    - Jeremy Whitley and Irene Koh
    - Chip Zdarsky
    - Jim Zub and Nick Bradshaw

    Additional details below:

    George Pérez Comes Out of Retirement For Marvel Comics With Al Ewing in August?

    posted May 8, 2019, 10:13 AM

    From, thanks to John


    And the second of these tonight is George Pérez, who announced his retirement earlier this year after health concerns. Well, he is seemingly out of retirement and returning to comic books – and to Marvel Comics no less – on a project with Al Ewing. The nature of that project is as yet unknown – but it is planned for August.