Though Comic-Con is filling to the brim with movies, TV, and video games, many of the panels still revolve around comics. Though tons of companies both big and small attend the convention with their comics and graphic novels, we will be focusing on Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse in this post. We’re going over what they are likely to talk about and advertise come July. Let’s take a look:
– The Heroic Age’s affect on Marvel’s biggest heroes.
– The end of the Green Hulk vs. Red Hulk battle in Hulk #24.
– The battle between Hulk and Skaar in Incredible Hulk #611.
– The start of the Origin of the Species arc in Spider-Man #642.
– The Shadowland crossovers.
– The start of Wolverine: Road to Hell and the new Wolverine series.
– The upcoming Thor for Asgard series.
– The ongoing Brightest Day arc and crossovers will be there biggest focus. Expect panels and tons of merchandise relating to it.
– Justice Leagues: Generation Lost series.
– The continuation of the JLA and JSA crossover.
– The Return of Bruce Wayne story-line in upcoming issues of Batman.
– The Grounded arc in Superman.
– J. Michael Straczynski’s issues of Wonder Women.
3. Dark Horse:
– The conclusion of Alien vs. Predator: Three World War.
– Mike Mignola’s new series Baltimore: The Plague Ships
– The new Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Riley and Last Gleaming story arcs.
– DH’s new series Doctor Solar, Man of Atom.
– The Fear Agent: Out of Step arc.
– Hellboy: The Storm series.
– Magnus, Robot Fighter series.
– The upcoming Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 series and other Star Wars comics.
– The present and future of the 1 for $1 program.
What do you want to hear the most about?
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