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Newsarama Interviews Craig Kyle on Future of Marvel Animation (UPDATED July 27, 2008)

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Newsarama has posted part 1 of an interview with Craig Kyle, VP of Marvel Animation, about the future of the group with TV shows like The Spectacular Spider-Man and direct-to-video projects like the upcoming Next Avengers. Kyle focuses on Next Avengers in this interview, talking about Gary Hartle’s work directing Next Avengers and giving some new details about the individual heroes that will be appearing in the movie. He also notes a sales bump for the Invincible Iron Man DTV movie in the wake of the live-action movie’s success.

(UPDATED July 27, 2008) Newsarama has posted part 2 of their interview with Craig Kyle, where he discusses the Hulk Vs. direct-to-video movie, and the TV series The Spectacular Spider-Man, Iron Man, and Wolverine and the X-Men.

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