Marvel Entertainment Creates Television Arm; Names Jeph Loeb Boss!


Marvel Entertainment is taking a serious interest in television programming. Today, the company announced the creation of a division to create TV programming based around its extensive library of comic book characters. Jeph Loeb was named Executive Vice-President, Television.

Mr. Loeb will work alongside Dan Buckley, Publisher & President of the Print, Animation & Digital Divisions, Marvel Worldwide, Inc., to translate Marvel’s popular characters and stories to the television medium, in both live-action and animation formats. In addition to these responsibilities, Mr. Loeb will oversee the development and distribution of live-action, animated and direct-to-DVD series. Mr. Loeb was previously a Marvel-exclusive Eisner-Award-winning comic book writer and an Emmy-nominated writer for his work on NBC’s esl cover letter ghostwriters websites gb steps to writing a essay interpretation essay example difference between thesis and dissertation pdf scott county library homework help viagra pills online buy follow essay collection book follow site enter site buy pentoxifylline 400 online essay on my country and i homework helper in reading written and spoken language essay see dissertation format uk source link college essay assistance resume writing service indianapolis get link follow source site how do you write a street address write communication thesis statement follow btec sport coursework help viagra femenino en mexico power distribution system thesis Heroes.

A television veteran, with stints as writer and producer on TV series like Smallville and Lost, among others, and a wealth of experience in comics, Mr. Loeb was a natural choice for the position. Long time comics fans will know his work on Marvel titles like Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Daredevil, Spider-Man, and The X-Men, as well as such DC titles as Batman: The Long Halloween, Challengers of the Unknown [Volume 2], Superman/Batman and Catwoman: When in Rome.

Mr. Loeb has been nominated six time times for the Eisner Awards [comics’ equivalent of the Oscars®], winning four.