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Upon hearing the news of the recasting of Mark Ruffalo in the role of Bruce Banner/The Hulk for Marvel’s Avengers movie, I recall thinking about how strange it is that there are going to be three different incarnations of the character within ten years of each other. Little did I know at the time that there are actually going to be four.

That’s right; The Incredible Hulk is heading back to television. Read More »

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Marvel Studios recently announced the formation of a television entertainment division, and named comics writer and TV producer Joseph ‘Jeph’ Loeb as the EVP in charge of television production. Now Loeb is talking, in very vague terms, about his plans for the division. While he stops very far short of naming any specific ideas, his comments give a general idea of what we can expect to see from Marvel Television. Read More »

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The idea that Marvel Studios would set up a TV division makes perfect sense, and the company has followed through today, announcing the establishment of a small-screen endeavor called Marvel Television. Sadly, there’s a chance we can expect the Marvel TV projects to look a lot like Heroes, as Marvel has set that show’s exec producer Joseph “Jeph” Loeb to run the operation. Read More »

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