Weekly Crisis SDCC'10 Coverage So Far
- Weekly Crisis Comic-Con Predictions
- Comic-Con Day 1 News Round-Up
- Crisis on Infinite Arts - Marko Djurdjevic's SDCC'10 X-Men Poster
- Grant Morrison's Vision for Batman, Inc.
- Comic-Con Day 2 News Round-Up
- CrossGen to Return in 2011?
- A Fanlad's Guide To The Eisner Award Winners
I've said it before and I'll say it again, but I loved the CrossGen Universe and lament its ending every chance I get. Marvel has lots of former CrossGen talent under contract or with working relationships with them, so the only thing I can do is sit and wait for them to tell me just what their plans are for the properties, many of which ended abruptly and could use a proper conclusion.
- Iron Man – Robert Downey, Jr.
- Nick Fury – Sam Jackson
- Black Widow – Scarlett Johansson
- Thor – Chris Hemsworth
- Captain America – Chris Evans
- Hawkeye – Jeremy Renner
- Bruce Banner – Mark Ruffalo
- Director – Joss Whedon
Captain America Movie
Green Lantern Movie
Comics Alliance has some fan reactions to the footage and DC has released the official logo for the film, which is surprisingly dark, just like the Avengers one, for some reason. There's also a CGI cartoon coming to television for Green Lantern in the near future.
the recent Green Lantern costume reveal with the musculature look.
A Contract With God Optioned for Film
All Star Superman Animated Movie
Chloe Sullivan to Join the DC Universe
After stating there would be no crossing over of the DCU and Smallville, it was announced yesterday that Chloe Sullivan, the Smallville original character, would be showing up in the upcoming Jimmy Olsen back-ups featured in Action Comics. I liked Chloe (shut up, I'm allowed to like and watch Smallville!) and she's been hinted at in Johns's Superman: Secret Origin (she signed one character's cast, though wasn't actually shown on panel), so I'm more than happy to see her brought into the actual DCU - provided we have a good story justification and introduction planned. If she's a long lost Smallville friend of Clark's, that's a little much.
At the Cup O'Joe panel, Joe Quesada discussed Marvelman, or the lackthereof.
Quesada was asked if there were plans for more Marvelman stories after the current reprints of '50s UK superhero comics – partcularly the fabled Alan Moore/Neil Gaiman material. "Right now, it's all about [original creator] Mick [Anglo]...and one of the things he's most excited about is seeing his early work back out there," Quesada said before adding "But there's more Marvelman coming. Stay tuned."I've been "staying tuned" for a year now. The con isn't over yet, but damn if it isn't looking bleak for new or Moore/Gaiman related Marvelman.
That's it for Day 3 news from me. Did I miss anything noteworthy? What did you think of Day 3? What was your favourite announcement? Let us know in the comments below!