Marvel Cancels Alpha Flight, Iron Man 2.0
October 23, 2011 by staff
Marvel Cancels Alpha Flight, Iron Man 2.0, While the movie studio is producing Marvel superhero films more popular in recent decades, comic books and graphic novels are in a decline in sales, especially compared with rival DC Comics.
The latter company is still the wave of new readers of his new 52 event, although the long-term recovery are not yet understood.
Last Thursday, Marvel began to let people go, after confirming that it would cost reduction firings. The credit goes to Comic Book Resources to follow the story closely all day Thursday as things developed. At the end of the day, Marvel had fired 11 employees from various divisions within the production studio of comic books.
There were several of the tweets of Marvel employees throughout the day including an editor of Jordan D. White said: “We lost a few in Marvel amazing people today, and I will miss working with them. They were great in their work and wish them better.”
Even before the latest cut, Marvel had five vacancies left the editorial layoffs in the last year and still have not replaced COO Jim Sokolowski, who was let go two weeks ago for similar financial reasons.
Adding to their problems, Marvel made the difficult decision yesterday to cut several of its ongoing series. Iron Man 2.0, all winners-Squad and Alpha Flight have been canceled.
Iron Man 2.0 and all winners-Squad sense, as were two of the worst books of the holding in Marvel line, but the cancellation of Alpha Flight is a bit confusing, considering it is one of the best lines that work, and the company recently announced its upgrade from mini-series course.
It is unlikely that this is the end of the cuts to the efforts of Marvel, book publishing, but its film division is doing so well as you can imagine. Perhaps the leadership in the company’s comic legacy can be seen that the future was not in the illustrations.
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