SDCC: Marvel: Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends Panel
Open your refrigerator, and watch the internet fall out. Links of interest, beneath the cut!
Dr. Strange has the best headquarters/home in the Marvel Universe. Entire stories can be generated from what’s resting in the cabinets and drawers, and it’s likely the safest spot in a city frequently plunged into horrifying super-battles. If I were a young superhero, I’d bet I’d want to attend a party there the same way young Hollywood actors used to strain for invites to the Playboy Mansion.
BREAKING NEWS! Most comics are worthless:
Back at his Goldmine’s shop, Kula broke the news to me. He didn’t want any of my books, even the oldest, a 1986 Marvel Age No. 47.
I know my comics are worthless. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
OBLIGATORY CHRIS SIMS LINK x2: First, we’ve got the debut of the Sims/Bowers/Digges/Krach joint, Awesome Hospital. And then, of course, there’s the second act of Solomon Stone #2, which features a swordfight atop a drag race near a volcano:
REMAKE/REMODEL: Warren Ellis commands his minions to recreate Superman’s first cover. The results include some fantastic design work. Here’s Bryant Johnson’s, Paul Sizer’s, and David Bednarski’s:
See you next time.
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