Marvel Comics Names New Editor in Chief with a History of Finding New Talent

The House of Ideas just made a huge announcement today.

According to the New York Times, Marvel Comics has named a new Editor in Chief.


C.B. Cebulski has been named Editor in Chief of Marvel Comics, replacing Axel Alonso who held the position for the last seven years and is reportedly leaving the company. Cebulski worked primarily as a writer and editor for the company on stories like X-Infernus and Ultimates Saga. He traveled the world bringing in talent for the company including creators like Skottie Young, David Lafuente, Rob Guillory, Matteo Scalera, Sana Takeda, Paul Azacata, Adi Granov, Sara Pichelli, Phil Noto, Steve McNiven, and Val De Landro.

He was named Senior Vice President and took his talents to China, where he expanded the Marvel Comics brand overseas. He is currently in Shanghai, but is expected to return to New York soon.


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