And that’s a lot of C’s. But today was largely about ECCC on Bleeding Cool, with our convention correspondents — including Judd Morse, Gavin Lees, Cameron Hatheway, Matt Funk, Jeffrey Whitelaw, and Kelly Davis — providing some rather stellar coverage. Posts about a pair of DC panels was widely discussed today, but we’ve got much, much more coming from the show over the next several hours, so stay tuned.
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The Q&A; session got a little terse, with a couple audience members essentially asking why DC destroyed everything and alienated their loyal readers. Creators basically responded that judging by their own interactions with fans, they’re doing okay. “Every once in a while you have to revitalize your mythology,” said Manapul.
Flash: No speed of light, they want to give the character challenges. He will be dealing with the consequences of his power, and there is some cool new stuff coming up involving the speed force. They are exploring what it means to be the Flash, and consequences are “dire”.
Mexican radio and the convention facebook page are both now stating that the hospital have declared that is out of danger, but there is no word whether or not David will be able to attend the show.
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Here’s a new TV spot for The Avengers and, below it, a screen grab revealing one of Loki’s alien warriors. And it’s very clear. And you can see exactly what it is…
Here’s a second short report from our remote video discussion with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige at Disney’s Hammersmith offices, ahead of the release of The Avengers (Avengers Assemble in the UK) next month.
We’ll have a larger piece later, but I did want to share what Kevin Feige said about a favourite topic for Bleeding Cool, the Edgar Wright Jr/Joe Cornish scripted Ant Man project at Marvel Studios.