Marvel loses creator of Jessica Jones, Miles Morales to DC

09 Novembre, 2017, 05:38 | Autore: Piera Gizzi
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"Brian is a great partner and has contributed incredible stories and characters to the Marvel Universe over the years", said a Marvel spokesperson.

Regardless, Bendis is a prolific and inventive writer - not just in comics and animated series (Spider-Man), but screenplays and games too.

Marvel comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis has jumped to DC comics.

With such deep ties to Marvel, Bendis' move may seem surprising, but the Eisner Award-winning writer confirmed his move in a tweet.

This is real. I love you all. "Change is good. Change is healthy". On top of that, it has been announced that Bendis is joining DC Comics. "Details to come! Stay tuned!" he continued. It was in the pages of Ultimate Spider-Man that Bendis (along with artist Sara Pichelli) created Miles Morales, who has gone on to fame as a fan-favorite Spider-Man of his own.

Bendis, now of Portland, Ore., has been Marvel's top writer for more than a decade with stints on nearly every major series including "The Avengers", "Spider-Man", "Iron Man", "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "The Defenders" to name a few.

Bendis, who has played an important role in shaping Marvel's comic book line for over 15 years, is best known for penning noteworthy comics such as "Ultimate Spider-Man", "New Avengers", "Daredevil", "House of M", "Secret Invasion", "Siege" and "Civil War II" among many others. It's easy to imagine Bendis putting dialogue in Dick Grayson's mouth in Nightwing, or DC reviving titles like Gotham Central or The Question under his watch. A Marvel spokesperson thanked Bendis for his tenure with the company and wished him luck with his future projects. While he had worked with DC characters before (see the 2007 collection Batman: The Greatest Stories Ever Told, Volume 2), Bendis has long become synonymous with the Marvel universe.

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