Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb, the man behind shows like Agents of SHIELD, is reportedly exiting his position and the company in the coming weeks.
After almost a decade with the company, Loeb is planning his exit according to Variety, which broke the news Tuesday morning. Reports state that it's expected he will leave Marvel in the upcoming weeks, looking to make a deal with a new company.
Loeb got his start as the writer for movies like Teen Wolf and Commando before a transition into comic book writing, with his most notable story being Batman: The Long Halloween. From there, Loeb became an executive producer on many Marvel TV shows such as Runaways, Daredevil, Legion, and plenty of the Marvel animated series.
The writer/producer has left his mark on Marvel TV as a whole, even if said shows didn't have a larger tie to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Disney+ coming down the road--which includes numerous original series that exist within the MCU--this news may come as a bit of a disappointment to fans who know Loeb's work at the company.