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
- Comic-Con Day 3 News Round-Up
The Infinity Gauntlet to Appear in the Thor Movie?
Brand New Day Ends, Big Time Begins
Spider-Girl Creative Team Announced
The writer told the assembled crowd that as for his future, he's happy to play at DC because he's allowed a true amount of creative freedom. "Me and Geoff Johns sell lots of comic books at DC, and no one's every said 'Don't do that,' because they know it sells good. There are certain segments of fandom that say that my work is difficult, but it's the best-selling stuff in the business and has been for 20 years. So I'm not going to change."
As far as future projects, Morrison promised he'd deliver a classic Wonder Woman story "soon" and that as far as the release of his announced "Multiversity" project, "We can't get a concrete date because Frank Quitely's drawing one of them. But I think it's going to be next summer." The writer also said that one of the "Multiversity" issues would be called "Thunder World" – a title he came up with for the Marvel Family earth because he was tired of always having to work the word "Shazam" into the titles of their adventures for legal reasons.
That's it for Day 4 news from me. Did I miss anything noteworthy? What did you think of Day 4? What was your favourite announcement? Let us know in the comments below!