There were many things to be learned at Baltimore Comic-Con today… some are here, some are there, and I see some highly interesting tidbits queued up for the morning as well. But I do wish there was going to be more Anti-Monitors…
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There are no more Anti Monitors.
Do you remember Amazing Spider-Man #298? The first Todd McFarlane issue, the first appearance of Venom, while there was a lot of emphasis placed on issue #300, but #298 is where it all started, and it can still sell for $20 or $30 – $300 if in decent CGC condition. It looks like the same will be happening with Amazing Spider-Man #698.
Looking to avoid numbers and the dreaded colon, the team behind the next Star Trek film have worked hard to come up with a title that goes more down the Batman Returns or Bride of Frankenstein route.
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Yes there are spoilers. Obviously.
Now that The Hobbit is being split into three films, and not two, there’s some restructuring underway. An old promotional banner showed quite clearly where the original divide was going to come, but that break point has now been shifted.
ICV2 interviewed Bob Wayne and John Cunningham of DC Comics, and asked them the question I was unable to get a response from DC over, regarding the rumoured Man Of Steel series Bleeding Cool first made mention of…
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It looks like the same will be happening with Amazing Spider-Man #698. The focus is all on Dan Slott and whatever he is planning to do in issue #700 that will make all the fans hate him and force him to go into hiding
The original solicitation for Avengers Vs X-Men #11 was “Fatality”. But whom?
The focus will be on a young Diana, just getting into gear with her Wondering. A Wonder Young Woman, p’raps.
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