Posted By: Matt McGloin
On: June 08, 2010 Updated: 5 years 35 weeks ago
Marvel Editor Bill Rosemann Comments on Marvel Cosmic FutureThe HeroesCon was held this past weekend with the Mondo Marvel Panel taking questions from the audience. CBR reports:Wrapping up the panel, audience members asked about the future of their favorite characters and books.Rosemann said that while he couldn't get into specifics, fans of "Nova" and "Guardians of the Galaxy" should be happy after the end of "Thanos Imperative.""More cosmic goodness is not only happening, but will continue to happen," said Rosemann.Good news for fans worried their favorite titles may have been canceled! Another tidbit comes in the way of Jonathan Hickman's S.H.I.E.L.D, again via CBR:"I'd been working on the idea of ['Shield'] for a year as a creator owned project," Hickman revealed. Then, one day he went by the Marvel offices to talk about "Fantastic Four" plans and got into a discussion with editor Nick Lowe, who mentioned that the company wanted to do something with Da Vinci. That helped turn a creator owned book into a pitch for "Shield" #1. Head on over to CBR to read more from what happened at the Mondo Marvel Panel at the HeroesCon!