- "Everyone we know is making twice what we are writing for blogs, working from home in their underwear. We're hanging on by our fingertips, Ben. You really want to be greasing that ledge?"
- ―Mitchell Ellison to Ben Urich
Mitchell Ellison is the editor in chief at the New York Bulletin who worked closely alongside Ben Urich, becoming increasingly frustrated with Urich's obsession with Wilson Fisk, which resulted in Ellison firing Urich. However Urich was murdered shortly afterwards and his friend Karen Page took his old job, working with Ellison to write an editorial on Frank Castle.
David Lieberman Report
- "There was a story, brought in a while back by a stringer, a real seat-of-your-pants radical. Just paranoid. Saw conspiracies in everything. But supposedly he had a lead on an NSA analyst who was leaking secrets who went by the name of Micro."
"And I decided not to run it."
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Karen Page
While working at the New York Bulletin as the Editor, Mitchell Ellison had received a lead from stringer about mysterious NSA analyst who was leaking government secrets, known as Micro. However before Ellison could decide whether or not to print article, he was visited by Special Agent in Charge Carson Wolf from United States Department of Homeland Security. Wolf personally asked Ellison not to pursue it because it would interfere with his ongoing investigation and eventually Ellison agreed and decided not to publish this article, believing his stringer was not the best lead regardless of Wolf's objections.
Controlling Ben Urich
- "You remember what that exposé did for circulation? Dick with a side of, who gives a shit?"
"This is a real story."
"Yeah, and it's gonna end the same as it always does, right? A bunch of fat old guys in some white-collar prison with more fat old guys."
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Ben Urich
When a young boy was rescued by a mysterious Masked Man after being kidnapped by the Russian Mafia, Ellison personally wrote the story about the incident for the New York Bulletin, telling the readers that the boy was now safe and sound and returned to his family. Ellison later visited Ben Urich in his office to discuss his projects, he found Urich on the phone to insurance companies in an attempt to help with his wife's medical bills, with Ellison comparing Urich's frustration to when he had to take his children to the dentist, which did not offer Urich much more comfort.
Ellison and Urich discussed Urich's pitch for a newest spread in the paper, about a new crime Kingpin working in Hell's Kitchen who had taken over control of the Russian Mafia and was also now somehow connected to the Union Allied Construction scandal. Ellison however bowed his head in frustration and commented that Urich had been designed to cover the city desk, to which Urich argued that this story did involve New York, noting that nobody else saw the connections. When Ellison had commented it was not a sexy story that would sell, Urich argued they were not a girly magazine but a newspaper.
When Urich continued arguing that not even the New York City Police Department were digging into the situation yet and therefore they could break the story, Ellison told Urich that it would not sell papers and suggested that he stop writing stories about gang violence and consider moving to another department and write about more social events, such as whether Hell's Kitchen would get a new subway line. With Urich clearly unimpressed by the assignment, Ellison reminded him of how he always liked to be on the ground and suggested that he take poll on what colour the people of New York would like.
Frustrated by the situation, Urich commented to Ellison on how the the people who worked in the New York Bulletin Building were once dedicated to reporting the news, however Ellison argued that the new generation of reporters made twice what they did while writing blogs from home, and therefore their already struggling newspaper would have to work even hard to not go bankrupt. Knowing that Ellison was right, Urich then finally reluctantly agreed to write the piece about the new subway and in exchange, Ellison then promised to do whatever he could to help with all Urich's wife's medical coverage.
When he received a call from the local law enforcements, Ellison then called together an emergency meeting with all his staff and informed them of a series of explosions which had all seemingly just gone off accidentally all across Hell's Kitchen, with Ellison claimed to be most likely due to gas leaks. With little time left to spare to get the story reported, Ellison told Henricks to contact the police for a statement on these explosions before telling Taylor to investigate if his theory that gas or methane was to blame for all the sudden explosions.
As Ellison continued giving all his journalists their tasks to investigate the story, Ben Urich asked to find out the locations of the explosions. Although Ellison was initially annoyed at Urich interrupting him, Urich noted that it would be helpful to them to know where they needed to go to cover the story. Ellison then informed him to the locations and Urich informed him that all the buildings involved were controlled by the Russian Mafia before Urich left the New York Bulletin Building in order to learn more about the cause, while Urich ignored Ellison who was calling out to stop him from investigating the explosions.
Offering a Promotion
- "Metro could use you. It's a good section. No more running around."
"I'm no editor. I'm a reporter."
"Yeah, well, that's what I said. Now, look how fancy I am."
"Like a damn peacock."
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Ben Urich
A few days later, Ellison sent Ben Urich to investigate a possible lead as Urich called Ellison and told him the lead was useless and was wearing his tin-foil hat. When Wilson Fisk stepped out to condemn the actions of vigilantes, Ellison wrote an article praising Fisk, thinking he was a second coming. Ellison later went to ask Urich about him handing an assigned piece about a fundraiser over to Caldwell, as Ellison found him in his office looking over brochures for nursing homes for his wife which Ellison could not help but notice.
When Ellison asked him why he had passed on the story, Urich told him that something had come up, as Ellison asked Urich if this was going to be a problem for them. Clearly not willing to talk about the situation, Urich would then only tell Ellison that it was for personal reasons, which Ellison did not question as he claimed to be simply checking on Urich. Swiftly changing their subject, Ellison had then informed Urich that Haverson had cornered him in the bathroom to tell Ellison that he would retire to spend time with his grandchildren and Ellison asked if Urich would be interested in replacing him.
Making his argument for him to take the job, Ellison had noted that a promotion to an editor of the New York Bulletin would offer Urich a higher salary to support his wife, as well as allowing him to stop his running around New York City and relax a bit as he reached the age of retirement. Urich however turned down the offer, claiming that he was and always would be a reporter, not an editor, although he still promised that he would give the promotion some more thought and thanked Ellison none the less while Ellison had requested that Urich let him know his final decision within the next couple of days.
Firing Ben Urich
- "The reason that you can't get any of your crime pieces into the paper lately, is because they're shit, Ben, just like that one, and I think, deep down you know that too. You know what, forget about the suspension, clear out your office, I'm done trying to help you."
- ―Mitchell Ellison to Ben Urich
Ellison took a few hours off from his work to attend his son's cello performance at his school, however when he had returned to work he found Ben Urich had written a piece about Wilson Fisk, claiming Fisk was the crimelord running the many crime rings in Hell's Kitchen, as Ellison noted that he had experienced the opposite reaction of the joy he had felt when he saw his own son playing Johannes Brahms during the recital upon reading Urich's article, although Urich insisted that this could finally expose Fisk as the real Kingpin.
However Ellison refused to print the story as he claimed it had zero evidence to support its claims and no follow up or corroboration and so the New York Bulletin would likely get sued by Fisk for running it with such little supported evidence. Although Urich argued that his article exposed what Fisk's mother, Marlene Vistain had said about Fisk murdering his own father, Ellison noted that Vistain was just an old lady who would likely also believe that Richard Nixon was still in office. When Ellison continued to refused to run the article, Urich had finally lost his temper and called Ellison a whore for selling out.
Frustrated, Urich confessed that while he sometimes got lucky with a story like Union Allied Construction, Ellison had sucked the integrity out of the paper. In response, Ellison suspended Urich for this insult, but Urich continued to push the story, claiming Fisk would continue killing. When Ellison refused to print the story again and compared him to Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, Urich accused Ellison of being paid off, claiming this to be the reason why Ellison would never print his stories. Enraged by his insult, Ellison finally told Urich that all of his crime stories were shit and then fired him on the spot.
Ben Urich's Death
Shortly after being fired by Ellison, Ben Urich was murdered inside of his home by an attacker, who had brutally strangled Urich to death. Ellison attended the funeral of his former friend and showed his respects to Doris Urich, Ben's widow, although Ellison could not help but notice Karen Page was still staring at him with accusing eyes since she blamed him for Urich's untimely death as she was convinced Ellison took bribes from Wilson Fisk, leading to Urich's murder.
Before long however, Urich's many theories were proved correct as corrupt police officer Carl Hoffman confessed to all his many crimes and which then exposed Fisk's entire criminal empire, leading to the arrests of anyone connected to Fisk. While in the offices of the New York Bulletin, Ellison looked on in horror once the FBI stormed inside and arrested his secretary, Caldwell, who had been leaking Urich's stories and intel to Fisk's people. Realizing that Urich had been right the entire time and he let down and betrayed his friend, Ellison could only bow his head down in utter shame at all of his mistakes.
Visited by Karen Page
- "We know that he was a Marine recruit, and we know that he went in as a kid, but there's no evidence that he actually served."
"I've seen the medal, engraved with Castle's name, next to a photo of him shaking the secretary's hand."
"Are you suggesting that his work was classified?"
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Karen Page
While he was working inside of the New York Bulletin Building, Ellison was then visited by Karen Page, who Ellison remembered as being a friend of Ben Urich's. Page followed Ellison and offered an apology for how she treated him at Urich's funeral as she had believed Ellison was the one being bribed by Wilson Fisk, however Ellison still insisted that she forget about it, noting how Urich was a pain in his arse and he was unsurprised that all his friends were as well.
When Ellison asked what Page wanted from him, she explained that she wanted to talk about the piece the New York Bulletin had written about Frank Castle. Ellison noted that the Castle story was terrifying, but Page claimed that it was also inaccurate, although Ellison argued that the story had been corroborated by multiple sources including the New York City Police Department and District Attorney Samantha Reyes, however Page claimed that while all the stories told were true the article was still inaccurate simply by what was not written about, as Ellison pulled Page aside to talk in private about the story.
Page had then told Ellison about how two years prior to his rampage, Castle was awarded the Navy Cross for his service in Afghanistan as part of the United States Marine Corps, claiming that Castle was in fact a war hero. Ellison however had explained that the paper always looked into service history following a mass shooting, claiming that while he knew Castle was part of the Marines, there was no actual evidence that he ever actually served, to which Page claimed to have seen the medal itself alongside a picture of Castle actually accepting it, as Ellison suggested that Castle's service might be classified.
Wanting to learn more, Ellison told Page never to assume anything without evidence and questioned where she had seen the medal, although Page insisted that this was not important. Page then noted how Ellison had reported that Castle had no known relatives, which he noted was in the press briefings sent by Reyes' office, but Page explained that Castle in fact had a wife and two children, explaining that they were all killed at the same time that Castle was hospitalised with a gunshot wound to the head, as Ellison suggested that Castle killed his family and tried to commit suicide, which Page denied.
- "You know, I cannot remember my my kids' birthdays, but violent, soul-sucking events are just seared into my brain. Figures, right? Ah, yes, yes. Okay, gang-on-gang violence. No civilians were reported injured, so nobody cared. It took me a week to get this in the paper. Here. Three gangs, Central Park, mid-day. They shot each other to shit. It was a total massacre."
- ―Mitchell Ellison to Karen Page
Ellison asked what Karen Page thought happened to Frank Castle as she explained that she wanted access to the New York Bulletin's files to learn more. Ellison then brought Page into their filling room, explaining how their computer systems had been wiped during the Battle of New York so they kept hard copies. As Ellison left Page to begin her search, he could not help smiling to himself as he noted how he believed somewhere Ben Urich was looking down at them and smiling at seeing their situation.
Ellison eventually rejoined after she spent three hours looking over the documents, bringing her a cup of coffee. Page explained that she had gone through all the papers from the time when Castle and his family were shot, although she had found no reports of the shooting, although Ellison noted that people were shot every day in New York City and it did not always get into the paper. However upon hearing more details about the date of the shooting, Ellison recalled another story of gangs within Central Park massacring each other and quickly managed to find the paper where the story was written about.
Ellison explained that since it was only criminals who were shot, the general public were less interested. Reading the article, Ellison and Page realised that it was the Dogs of Hell who were involved along with the Mexican Cartel and Kitchen Irish, which were all the gangs which had been targeted by the Punisher, as they realised there must have been a connection between this shooting and what happened to Castle. Finding a picture of Castle and his family at Central Park, Page realised she was right, while Ellison told her to then focus on confirming her theory, ensuring the Bulletin got the exclusive.
Reunion with Karen Page
- "So, I just wanna rewind this informal meeting we're having by about thirty seconds. You come to me with a lead, with a really good lead, right? And now you just wanna take off right? I mean, it's sort of like a pitcher going to the eighth inning with a no-hit shutout, and just walking away."
- ―Mitchell Ellison to Karen Page
Stepping out of his office, Ellison found Karen Page waiting for him, as he commented on how she had spent the last few days acting as part of the legal team for Frank Castle's trial as they went against Samantha Reyes and the people of New York City which had resulted in Castle having an outburst and being sent to Ryker's Island, as Ellison jokingly asked if she had bought him back a t-shirt, However, Page told Ellison that she might have something even better.
Ellison and Page then stepped in the filling room as Page presented him with files from the New York City Police Department regarding Castle's family's autopsy reports, noting one of the bodies reported had seemingly disappeared without any trace. Page explained that during the trial, Gregory Tepper's testimony had actually been thrown out but he had mentioned a John Doe who he had covered up. When Ellison noted that they now needed to learn the identity of the John Doe to complete the story, Page suggested that Ellison should do it alone, noting that her involvement with the trial was now over.
Although Page explained that the trail had gone terribly wrong and her partners at Nelson and Murdock had stepped back while warning her to walk away from the case, Ellison argued that Page had come to him with a really great lead on the story and questioned why she would just walk away from that, noting that he had gotten at least ten phone calls from various people wanting to know his source, which meant that Page was doing the right thing. The pair had then agreed to go together to find Dr. Tepper and then learn what they could from him about the case, with Ellison telling Page not to get cocky.
Dr. Tepper's Confession
Ellison and Karen Page went to the home of Gregory Tepper as Page knocked on his door and asked for Tepper to open the door, noting how although Tepper's testimony against Frank Castle had hurt his career, but promised that she believed that she could help him, and noted that there was other people involved with the case who could do with Tepper's help. Ellison stood by as Tepper opened the door, recognising Page as part of Nelson and Murdock who defended Castle in court.
Tepper agreed to allow Ellison and Page in his home as he explained that after the events in the Court House the major had asked him to step down, as Tepper confessed that he knew he sounded paranoid. Ellison however noted that Tepper had become this target due to the secrets he knew that others still wanted to keep quiet, promising that Page had found some new evidence which could expose the lies and redeem Tepper. Ellison then watched as Page showed pictures from the Massacre at Central Park aftermath and asked Tepper to identify which of the dead men was the John Doe he had mentioned.
Clearly nervous, Tepper demanded that Ellison ensured that his story be substantiated before the New York Bulletin published a word of it, which Ellison agreed to. Tepper then explained that while that John Doe did not have his wallet or any form of identification, inside of his left shoe he did have a police call sign. While both Ellison and Page listened in shock and horror, Tepper explained that the John Doe was not a member of the Kitchen Irish or Dogs of Hell, and he was not an innocent by stander, but was instead a member of the New York City Police Department who had instead been sent in undercover.
Handing over the Office
Returning to the New York Bulletin Building, Ellison had then listened while Karen Page theorised about how deep this conspiracy could go while Ellison noted from the look in her eyes, that Page would not let this story go anytime soon. Wanting Page to continue looking into their story revolving around Frank Castle and the Massacre at Central Park, Ellison then offered Page the opportunity to have Ben Urich's former office for her to work out of, much to Page's considerable surprise, as she checked if Ellison was actually being serious.
Ellison watched on from the doorway of the office while Page walked around, finding that it had not been altered since Urich's murder, with a picture of Ben and Doris Urich on the table. While looked around on his desk, Page then found that Urich had written a file about Page herself, as she opened it to find the reports about her brother's death which she did not know that Urich knew about, while Ellison simply commented that Urich was the best researcher that he had ever met, while Page had then begun openly weeping at this discovery about Urich's work while recalling her grief at Urich's untimely death.
Clearly still emotional at the discovery, Page asked Ellison if he had read the file which had detailed how Page had inadvertently killed her own brother in a car crash, which Ellison explained that he had but noted that neither he nor Urich had changed their opinion on Page based on what was inside of the file. With that, Ellison told Page to get to work for the New York Bulletin, researching whatever else she could about the story on Castle's true history, including the deaths of his family and how this story was being covered up, as Ellison then closed the office door and left Page to get on with her work.
Losing their Leads
- "Look, you wanna report the news, or you wanna really get to the truth? The first step is you gotta put aside your personal feelings. I mean about everything. No matter how much it hurts."
"This is not personal. I'm just saying that this does not fit. All right, this is just out of control."
"Yeah, it's out of control because Frank's a killer, all right?"
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Karen Page
Following the assassination of Samantha Reyes, Ellison organised his staff at the New York Bulletin to cover their story, questioning if there were any Bulletin reporters actually at the scene of the Court House, confirming that Manus was at Metro-General Hospital as Ellison sent Stantacki down to the police department and told Sarah to return to the fire department in order to get statements, while Ellison became annoyed as the staff still continued looking at him for answers rather than doing their own jobs.
As Ellison then moved away he saw Karen Page had arrived and then immediately asked if she had been there which Page confirmed as Ellison questioned if she needed anything. Ellison then questioned if the shooter was Frank Castle, which Page did not believe although they began questioning who Castle would target next following the successful murder of District Attorney Reyes, with Page noting he would be targeting all those who had crossed him in the past. They both agreed that Gregory Tepper would be a likely target for Castle as Ellison refused to allow Page to speak with Tepper alone.
However when the pair arrived at Tepper's home, they discovered he had already been murdered, as Ellison looked at the corpse and had informed Page of what had been found, noting that all the signs led to the Punisher being the killer. Page however claimed that this was not Castle's style, to which Ellison pulled her aside and questioned if Page really wanted to report the news or get to the real truth, noting that the first step to doing this would be to put aside all of her own personal feelings about a situation, no matter how much that might hurt, although Page insisted her feelings were not personal.
Page insisted that the crime scene was the work of somebody who was out of control, to which Ellison reminded her that the Punisher was a killer who worked around chaos. Ellison suggested that Page was simply projecting her feelings into the case, noting that whatever good she had seen in Castle was not actually there. Ellison had then checked who else might be in danger and asked for a list, with Page pointing to Castle's former nurse. When Page prepared to return to her Apartment to get the files, Ellison insisted upon the police escort, refusing to put the in the same danger as Ben Urich was in.
Karen Page's Return
- "I understand that this whole journalism thing is new to you, but a real journalist doesn't just up and quit."
"Well, that's not fair."
"That's exactly fair! Stories don't disappear, they change and they become different stories."
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Karen Page
Despite the procautions Ellison put in, Karen Page was targeted once again when her police escort at her apartment were attacked and the building was suddenly fired upon after she left Ellison, an action seemingly done by the Punisher, although Page denied this. Eventually however Page returned into the New York Bulletin Building as Ellison checked on how she was doing, noting how the Punisher had seemingly been killed in a ship explosion during the same night.
Ellison commented that this seemed to be the third time that Page had been targeted by the Punisher and then escaped, to which she claimed to simply be lucky which Ellison called bullshit on. Seeing that Page was ignoring what he was saying to her, Ellison asked how the story was coming along as she claimed there was no story now that Samantha Reyes, the Blacksmith and now Castle were all dead and had instead suggested the next New York Bulletin be filled with crossword puzzles. Ellison however insisted that stories like this did not die, but that they changed and become different stories.
Page insisted that she was exhausted, to which Ellison then asked why she cared so much about Frank Castle, noting that once it was about whether or not he was innocent or a psychopath but that same concept disappeared along with Nelson and Murdock. Page insisted that Castle was not actually a psycho murderer, despite Ellison still reminding her how he had gunned down at least thirty people. Page however argued that Castle saw wife and two children being gunned down in front of his face and nobody was talking about the fact that Castle was a grieving father desperately searching for answers.
Ellison had then concluded this debate by commented on how Page believed there was more to Castle than just his actions as a killer, and therefore the story was not yet over. Page confirmed with Ellison than her story was no longer an expose on what caused the Punisher's violent rampage, but was instead a profile on the man himself, seeing that she needed personal contacts with relationships with Castle in his life and his service in the United States Marine Corps, considering Major Ray Schoonover for an interview while Ellison reminded her of her upcoming deadline, while officially offering Page a job.
- "If you if you really wanna torture yourself this holiday, go ahead, be my guest. But at least write something new. Something different. Something that only you can write."
"Right. Which which would be what?"
"The truth. Your truth, Karen. All of it. Everything that you've been through. Don't pull any punches."
- ―Mitchell Ellison and Karen Page
The night of the New York Bulletin Building's Christmas party, Ellison had found Karen Page still working in her office, jokingly questioning why she was not spending Christmas with the family members who she hated like everybody else. Page explained that she simply had gotten writers block while trying to finish her story, to which Ellison claimed that the best cure for that was scotch, as Ellison jokingly claimed that the scotch instead simply helped him to not care as much about what he had been writing.
Taking a seat, Ellison listened while Page explained how she did not know if she should start by writing about the Hostage Crisis or what happened with Frank Castle, or with a comment on vigilante justice. Ellison however told her that all of that was just garbage, noting that it was no longer news as all of the facts had already been reported about, as Ellison suggested that if Page would insist upon torturing herself by writing through the holiday, then she must write about her honest truth, regarding everything that she had been through and the impact of it, telling her not to pull any punches in her writing.
Continuing his explanation, Ellison noted how in New York City the people believed that they had seen everything, and invited Page to prove them wrong, commenting that he would personally read that if it was given to him. With that, Ellison stepped out of the room and presented Page with her gift, which Page correctly guessed was a bottle of scotch, before telling Page to write a at least two thousand words before Santa Claus turned up, which Page promised to do as Ellison left her office, as Page wrote a long and detailed piece about the concept of being a true hero in this new and modern world.
Karen Page's Reporting
Upon learning that Danny Rand had just returned and retaken Rand Enterprises, Ellison had sent in Jennifer Many to report on the story, which resulted in Many writing a piece about Rand reducing the cost of the Leishmaniasis Cure. Ellison also kept Karen Page on as his reporter and gave her the free rein, as she wrote a story about school board scandals. Following a Blackout across New York, Ellison called Page learn what she knew. Ellison later entered Page's office and found her going through boxes of old papers.
Page explained that the New York Bulletin's system had an entry for an unpublished article from around a year earlier, but she had been unable to find the actual report anywhere. Ellison asked for details as Page explained it was about Micro, which got Ellison nervous as he questioned who Page's source was, but she refused to reveal who it was apart from saying that it was somebody who she trusted. Ellison then explained the story about how a conspircy nut had a lead about an NSA analyst who was leaking secrets and went by the codename of Micro, but Ellison explained that he had decided not to run it.
As Page asked for an explanation as to why Ellison did not run the story, he had then explained that the conspiracy theorist did not have any real evidence and his only source from Homeland Security had simply refused to go on record about the claims, before then noting how Carson Wolf came by in order to request that Ellison stop the story before it interfered with his investigation, as Ellison claimed he had simply wanted to wait for a bigger story and make friends with Wolf, much to Page's frustration. Ellison had then agreed to find the article for Page, telling her to stop looking at him in a funny way.
Open Letter Threat
- "So the first thing you wanna do is, we're gonna call the FBI. This letter may be the only evidence of who this guy is, what he intends to do, what his state of mind is. God, I don't know if I'm horrified or excited. Maybe a little bit of both. Guess that makes me just half a terrible person."
- ―Mitchell Ellison to Karen Page
In the wake of the Bombings of New York City, Ellison was called into the office of Karen Page as she had just received a threatening letter which was seemingly sent by the terrorist responsible. As Page read the letter aloud, Ellison had confirmed with Page it was the bomber who had sent the letter to her directly, questioning if Page had touched the letter, which she confirmed until she realised what it was, as Ellison recommended calling the FBI to aid their investigation.
However as Page still continued to read the letter, she pointed to a section where the terrorist noted how Page had previously stood up in defence of the common hero which was seemingly why he had contacted Page in the first place, as the terrorist had believed that Page would understand his actions, requesting that Page print his words in the New York Bulletin as a call to arms, threatening that if she refused then he would target her and her own co-workers next, ending with a quote from Patrick Henry which Ellison had jokingly noted was extremely unoriginal to end a letter like this one.
While Ellison reacted to the paper being threatened, Page noted that she would never accept what the terrorist actions, suggesting they print the letter along with a reply so Page could express her feelings towards it. Ellison insisted that they first had to go to the FBI and see what they wanted to do in order to catch the terrorist, but despite Page's insistence that if they published it then somebody who knew the terrorist would come forward, Ellison refused to hear it and said they would only publish an editorial if the FBI gave them permission to do so, with Page requesting her own name on the editorial.
As their hunt for the terrorist terrorising New York City still continued, Ellison learned of a shocking development, as Frank Castle had been filmed fleeing a suspected crime scene before assaulting to members of the New York City Police Department. Shocked by what he had seen since the last report about Castle was that he had been killed in an explosion, Ellison then stormed into Page's office and asked if she knew, before turning on WHiH World News where the news story was being reported and had then asked the question to Page once again, as Page only looked at the news in complete and utter horror.
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Karen Page's Press Conference
- "Come on, Ellison, this is... this is bigger than just our newspaper. When Fisk had our offices attacked, he was trying to silence the truth."
"God help me. Okay, so what is it, exactly, that you want me to do?"
"I need you to call a press conference. Just tell everyone that Karen Page wants to make a statement."
- ―Karen Page and Mitchell Ellison
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|Appearances for Mitchell Ellison|
In chronological order:
- After his introduction in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Mitchell Ellison was later referenced as being the editor-in-chief of the New York Bulletin in the mainstream comic universe.
- Before his first name of Mitchell was revealed, the episode Condemned features a newspaper article written by Ellison where his name is incorrectly credited as G. Ellison.
Behind the Scenes
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 The Punisher: 1.02: Two Dead Men
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Daredevil: 1.06: Condemned
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.03: Rabbit in a Snowstorm
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.08: Shadows in the Glass
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.09: Speak of the Devil
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.10: Nelson v. Murdock
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.12: The Ones We Leave Behind
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.13: Daredevil
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Daredevil: 2.05: Kinbaku
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 10.2 Daredevil: 2.09: Seven Minutes in Heaven
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 Daredevil: 2.10: The Man in the Box
- ↑ Daredevil: 2.12: The Dark at the End of the Tunnel
- ↑ Daredevil: 2.13: A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen
- ↑ Iron Fist: 1.04: Eight Diagram Dragon Palm
- ↑ The Defenders 1.01 The H Word
- ↑ The Defenders: 1.07: Fish in the Jailhouse
- ↑ The Punisher: 1.09: Front Toward Enemy