Lionsgate Says New "Power Rangers" Film Could Lead To Multiple Sequels
The big news we can take from the Comic Book Resources preview isn’t that Marvel’s Origins of Siege contains a 2010 calendar or retellings of the backstories of Spider-Man and Iron Man.
No, it’s that David Gabriel, senior vice president of sales and circulation publishing, apparently is an expert on matters of national security and foreign policy … at least in the Marvel Universe. That’s according to the Avengers priority identification cards — collect ‘em all! — which bear Gabriel’s signature as “director of national security.” I’m not sure whether that’s the MU equivalent of national security advisor or director of national intelligence, but it sounds pretty impressive.