Cinefex celebrates Marvel Studios' 10-year anniversary in a very special tribute issue.  
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Our coverage will include an extensive interview with Marvel Studios executive producer and head of physical production Victoria Alonso, delving into the origins of the studio, the hits and misses along the way, and its long-term goals.  
The too often unsung heroes of Marvel Studios' films are the brilliant artists to be found within its in-house art department. Cinefex will interview head of visual development Ryan Meinerding and key members of his team for an in-depth story about how the inspirational 'buck' starts there.  
For months, Cinefex has been surveying the many visual effects artisans who have contributed to Marvel Studios' films, asking them pointed questions about their role in the final cinematic release — and getting sometimes surprising answers. In this issue, we gather those answers in a virtual roundtable discussion between some of the most important contributors to the Marvel films of the past decade.  
At the time of publication, Marvel Studios will have released 17 films since its formation. In a visual effects summary, Cinefex will note the creative and technological highlights of each of those 17 films.  
We fill out the issue with soup-to-nuts coverage of Marvel Studios' most recent launch, Black Panther. Director Ryan Coogler transports audiences to the hidden kingdom of Wakanda as its new king, T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman), takes the throne. Production designer Hannah Beachler conjures an exotic African world, brought to life by visual effects supervisor Geoffrey Baumann and teams at Industrial Light & Magic, Method Studios, Scanline VFX, Luma, Double Negative, Trixter, Rise, Ghost VFX, and Storm Studios.  
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