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March 28 2008

Joe Quesada thinks that Joss Whedon is one of the comics industry's "800-pound gorillas." Scroll down a little more than halfway through to see the Marvel Comics editor-in-chief say that Joss is one of the big hitters who always deliver their A-games. (Minor spoilers for various Marvel series throughout.) More...

August 12 2007

Civil War Panel at Wizard World Chicago. Civil War Panel at Wizard World Chicago with Mark Millar and Joe Q describes Whedon's involvement with Civil War and a story about Joss and Quesada at Comic Con. More...

April 07 2007

(SPOILER) New Joe Fridays 42. Includes a question concerning the usage of Kingpin by Joss in Runaways.

March 10 2007

(SPOILER) New Joe Fridays 38. Same spoilers concerning Marvel this week, another mention of Joss saving the day.

January 13 2007

(SPOILER) Running in a different direction. Marvel reveals solicit and (spoilerish) cover for Joss's Runaways #25. More...

October 21 2006

Marvel explains those Astonishing X-Men delays. It's due to lots of little things. More...

June 10 2006

"Whedon-san has shown us the way". Fridays really wouldn't be the same without a Joe Quesada Q & A at Newsarama and well he's back and praising Joss and Astonishing X-Men.

May 27 2006

Joe Fridays: Week 52. Joss Whedon, Jeph Loeb (Buffy animated), Brian Bendis and J Michael Straczynski take over Joe Quesada's weekly column at Newsarama. Joss talks about his work at Marvel, and comics in general.

January 16 2006

More on the best Joss Whedon anecdote in ages. A couple of days ago, Joe Quesada relayed the tale of how Joss helped choose the ending of Marvel's big summer event 'Civil War'. Anyhow Mark Millar (Ultimates, Wolverine, Wanted, Saviour) tells the tale and more in his own inimitable style.

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