Ever wondered if pigeons have feelings? What color The Hulk’s poop is? Or maybe you just have some thought-provoking and off-the-wall question that needs answering. What do you do? Ask Marvel. That’s right. Ask Marvel.
Starting today, Marvel.com and Marvel’s YouTube page will feature a new video series called “Ask Mavel” featuring talent like Dave “Drax” Bautista, Joe Quesadea, and Charlie “Daredevil” Cox (with more guests to be announced). The videos play like a Jimmy Kimmel gag and will premiere every Thursday.
So do you have a question that needs answering? Start Tweeting your questions to #AskMarvel and tune in weekly to see if your questions make it to your favorite Marvel personality. Personally, I’m hoping we get Jon Bernthal to answer “what kind of pizza does The Punisher eat?”
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MARVEL INTRODUCES “ASK MARVEL”
New video series gives fans the chance to have their Tweets answered by
some of the biggest names from Marvel
New York, NY—January 15, 2016— Inquiring minds want to know! Beginning today, Marvel is excited to present an all-new video series devoted to giving fans the chance to have their Tweets answered by some of the actors, creators and names that are synonymous with the House of Ideas with ASK MARVEL.
Available today Marvel.com and on Marvel’s YouTube page, ASK MARVEL places Drax himself, Dave Bautista, in the hot seat to grill him with some of the most thought-provoking and off-the-wall questions that intend to offer a new and never-before-seen side to Dave “The Destroyer” Bautista.
Fans will have the chance to get their questions answered by Tweeting them with the hashtag #AskMarvel. A panel of Marvel’s best and brightest from across the galaxy will tackle the most important questions in an impromptu-style Q&A session. Questions such as: What does Hawkeye do in his free time? What kind of pizza does the Punisher eat? If your character had their own fragrance line, what would it be called?
New episodes will be made available every Thursday on Marvel.com and on Marvel’s YouTube page with guests like Charlie Cox, Joe Quesada, and many more scheduled to appear.
“We’ve been answering fans’ questions in our letters pages, at convention panels, and on our This Week in Marvel podcast for years, so we felt it was time to collect the burning questions our fandom constantly poses, get them in front of a wide array of Marvel folks, and put it all on video,” says Ryan Penagos, VP & Executive Editor for Marvel’s Digital Media Group.
What do you want to know Marvel fans? Start Tweeting your questions to #AskMarvel and tune in weekly to see if your questions make it to your favorite Marvel talking head.