And it's a double… or the number of them in shops is being doubled, I mean. There's a drinking joke there but it eludes me just this second. But Point One does sound like a must-read book, and perhaps material for a few timeline posts to come.
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Pretty much every answer to every question asked during the Marvel panels at the New York Comic Con was answered with the response "Read Point One."
When the first cover visuals for Justice League International #1 were shown, there was one unknown woman on the cover. Then, for reasons also unknown, she was removed. And on the final version, replaced with Flashpoint's Lady Godiva, who appeared in the issue in question.
It took me until I got to London to get them all down.
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It's a long time since I read Frank Miller's Year One miniseries. It was one of those comics, along with Miller's original Dark Knight books and seminal Alan Moore works such as Watchmen, which really kicked the idea of superhero stories for adults into the mainstream.
That Avengers trailer is only going to sate your desire for a full-on Marvel superhero smackdown for so long. We can't promise you any more 616 Universe A-listers (yet) but in the meantime here's a brilliant little short featuring the Zelig of the Marvel Movieverse – Agent Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D.
This would have been a rather effective scene in the Captain America movie. Right from the glory of the American propaganda shows, straight into World War II trenches with Dum Dum Dugan and Bucky Barnes being blasted by Hydra goons.