WWE Brings In Former Marvel Writer As Director Of Longterm Creative

A big hire for WWE

WWE have made a key creative hire.

According to Fightful Select, WWE have appointed Rob Fee as Director of Longterm creative. Fee has since confirmed he is now working for WWE, changing his Twitter bio

The new WWE hire has worked as a horror writer and he has written comic books for Marvel, penning issues of Spider-Man, Avengers, and Daredevil. He was also the head writer on several Disney shows. 

Unlike WWE hires of the past, Fee is a longtime follower of pro wrestling and he is said to be very familiar with the company's product. Fee even previously pitched a Fiend-related movie but Bray Wyatt was released shortly after. 

One of Fee's early projects since joining WWE has been his involvement in the White Rabbit teases. The teases are widely believed within WWE to be for a Bray Wyatt return that is expected to take place at Saturday's Extreme Rules pay-per-view. 

In his role, Fee reports to Bruce Prichard and he will 'help maintain sense and consistency across all WWE brands for long-term storytelling purposes.'

WWE creative is currently headed up by Triple H in his role as Chief Content Officer. 

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