Marvel Entertainment Names C.B. Cebulski New Editor-in-Chief

The House of Ideas has a new Editor-in-Chief. C.B. Cebulski is replacing Axel Alonso, who is leaving Marvel after serving as E-i-C since 2011. Marvel made the announcement early Friday, November 17, 2017.

In his new role, Mr. Cebulski will oversee all day-to-day editorial and creative aspects of Marvel’s publishing division.  This includes driving the overall editorial creative vision, shaping the larger story direction of the Marvel Comics line-up, and bringing to Marvel the world’s best and brightest writers and artists. Additionally, Mr. Cebulski will be furthering Marvel’s efforts to expand the publishing division internationally.

His editorial and writing highlights at Marvel include RUNAWAYS by Brian K. Vaughn and Adrian Alphona, and MARVEL FAIRY TALES. As a talent coordinator and recruiter, he is also responsible for helping to sign some of the comic industry’s top talents including Skottie Young, Adi Granov, Sara Pichelli, Phil Noto, Steve Mcniven, and Jonathan Hickman.

Cebulski has been with Marvel for a decade and a half and has served a number of roles over the years. Before being promoted to Editor-in-Chief he served as VP, International Development Brand Management and VP, Marvel Brand Management and Development, Asia.

When not striving to make Marvel a better comics publisher, Mr. Cebulski maintains Eataku—a foodie blog—and has been a fan-favorite to follow on Twitter.

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