“It’s crazy. It’s an honor. I’m blown away by the opportunity,” Cebulski told the New York Times.
Cebulski entered the comic industry in 1997 as an editor for Central Park Media Corporation's CPM Manga. He left that company in 2001, and after a brief stint as a freelance editor on titles such as Image Comics' Noble Causes, joined Marvel.In 2002 he started at Marvel, writing for the company's Marvel Mangaverse line and soon joined as an Associate Editor under Ralph Macchio. Cebulski rose through the ranks, and oversaw the launch of Runaways, Wolverine: Snikt, and NYX.
In 2016, Cebulski was sent to work and live in Shanghai as Marvel's VP of International Business Deveopment & Brand Management. Cebulski explained that job as developing the company's brand in Asia. Cebulski brokered several deals in this time including partnership with Japan's Kodansha, Korea's Daum, and China's NetEase. He also spearheaded Marvel's localized stories debuting in several Asian markets.