DC Comics Signs Brian Michael Bendis to Exclusive Deal

Brian Michael Bendis Leaves Marvel, Signs Exclusivity Deal With DC

Brian Michael Bendis Leaves Marvel, Signs Exclusivity Deal With DC

In addition to creating characters like Miles Morales and Jessica Jones, he presided over a super popular relaunch of the Avengers in 2004 and was the creative force behind several Marvel event series, including Secret Invasion and Age of Ultron.

Former Clevelander Brian Michael Bendis has switched sides and will now write comics exclusively for DC, according to a DC tweet.

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Marvel tells Newsarama that the company was aware that Bendis would not be renewing his long-held exclusive with them (last signed back in 2015), and had signed a deal with DC. "He's one of the premier writers in the industry, having created so many unforgettable stories wherever he's been and we can't wait to see what he has planned for the DC Universe".

Bendis confirmed the news shortly after, saying "change is good". The writer first made his name as a writer of crime comics (and if you haven't read Jinx, Goldfish, or Torso, you're missing out) and has always excelled when telling street level rather than world-shaking stories.

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In his own tweet, Bendis wrote, "this is real". I am bursting with ideas and inspirations.

From the major changes to the fabric of the Marvel universe to the small character decisions that take them in new directions for years to come, you can bet Bendis has had a say in most of it for this entire century. Bendis has also had his hands in man of Marvel's cinematic and television shows.

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While Bendis' next project (s) for DC Comics have not been announced expect to see him on something Justice League related (I believe the core JL book does not have a core team now that Bryan Hitch has left) as well on one of DC Comics top characters; a second Wonder Woman twice monthly book maybe.

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