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    Marvel vs DC – Who Had The Better Comic Con?

    By | July 26th, 2010
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    We reported some news over the past week, but obviously not all of it. Comic Con was HUGE! It always is! It is very easy to get lost in the amount of news that is released.

    However, thanks to Newsarama we have a list of all the announcements by Marvel and DC. Both had some pretty big news to bring to comic book fans in attendance, but the real question is who do you think had the better con this year?

    Check out the full list for each company after the cut, and let us know what you think! And don’t forget to go to our source for this article.!


    Ultimate Comics Thor by Jonathan Hickman and Carlos Pacheco
    Strange Tales 2 ft. Haspiel, Shaw, Dalrymple, Lemire, many more
    Captain America: Man out of Time miniseries by Mark Waid
    Iron Man/Thor miniseries by DNA and Scot Eaton
    Rocket Racoon & Groot miniseries by DNA
    Power Man & Iron Fist series by Fred Van Lente and Wellinton Alves featuring New Power Man
    A new “Man Without Fear” after Shadowland: Nova, Gambit, Kraven, Black Panther, Falcon all shown in teasers
    Ultimate Thor will ship day-and-date Digitally and Print
    X-Men: Generation Hope, new ongoing by Kieron Gillen
    Red Hulk joins The Avengers with #7
    Loeb and McGuinness leave Hulk, doing Cap/Thor/Iron Man miniseries in 2011
    Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman take over Hulk
    Formic Wars: Burning Earth tells prequel in “Ender’s” universe by Orson Scott Card
    Brand New Day ends in October 2010
    Amazing Spider-Man carrying “Big Time” banner, goes to twice monthly, written by Dan Slott, art by Marcos Martin, Casselli, and Ramos
    Spider-Girl monthly featuring until-recently Araña by Paul Tobin and Clayton Henry
    Osborn miniseries by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios
    Carnage miniseries featuring Iron Man and Spider-Man by Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain

    Ultimate joins Noir, 2099, Amazing as fourth dimension in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
    Neil Patrick harris leads all-star voice cast for SM:SD
    Thor, Dr. Doom, Super Skrull join Marvel side of Marvel vs. Capcom 3: FTW

    Marvel Anime: Iron Man, Wolverine, Blade, and X-Men will air on G4TV
    Brian Michael Bendis named co-producer, writer on Ultimate Spider-Man TV

    Helmets, Infinity Gauntlet, Destroyer Armor in Thor
    Joss Whedon Directing The Avengers
    Mark Ruffalo is Bruce Banner, Jeremy Renner is Hawkeye in Avengers
    Cosmic Cube in Captain America; elements of Asgard in as well
    Natalie Portman signed on for Thor 2 and 3 as Jane Foster (but not Avengers)


    The Flash: Speed Force, 2nd ongoing featuring Wally West, Jay Garrick, Bart Allen, Jesse Quick, XS in 2011
    Young Justice, based on cartoon, by Art & Franco, Mike Norton
    Recently-cancelled DC Kids Books (Shazam, Batman) being relaunched
    Batman, Inc. new series by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette launching in November
    Fables #100 will be 100 pages, one story written by Buckingham, drawn by Willingham
    Chloe Sullivan from Smallville joining DCU in Jimmy Olsen co-feature in Action Comics
    Geoff Johns on Green Lantern “until retirement”
    Dex-Starr vs. Krypto in Dex-Starr Valentine’s Day Special
    GL Secret Origins: Sinestro by Johns and Ivan Reis
    Cassandra Cain will show up both in comics and out soon (in comics in 2010)
    Morrison’s Multiversity should come summer 2011; artists so far: Quitely, Irving; one issue will be 38 pages, called “Thunder World” dealing with the Marvel Family
    Absolute We3 coming 2011
    Cornell bringing Superman back to Action Comics post-Luthor story
    Birds of Prey/Secret 6 crossover by Simone will feature a lot of Huntress/Catman
    New Wonder Woman will be integrated into DCU, but will also know of her “other” self
    Red Lantern Lobo (temporarily) joining R.E.B.E.L.S.
    Ex Machina #50: 48 pages, no ads

    Green Lantern game to come out alongside movie, featuring original story
    Suicide Squad game in development: M-rated, very violent
    DC Universe Online $14.99 monthly on PC or PS3, one month free with purchase
    DCUO features 2v2 arena where players are DC characters
    DCUO voice cast includes Adam Baldwin, Kevin Conroy, James Marsters, Mark Hamill

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    Blue Beetle (Jaime Reyes) & Booster Gold in a Geoff Johns-written episode of Smallville, including Skeets and possible cameo by Ted Kord
    Legion returns to Smallville, ft James Marsters as Brainiac 5
    Desaad, Granny Goodness, Gordon Godfrey, and Darkseid villains in Smallville Season 10
    Supergirl, Jonathan Kent, Lionel Luthor return as well
    Young Justice cartoon will “eventually” feature other characters like Wonder Girl, Arrowette; Peter David to write for the show
    Cassandra Cain coming to “something outside of comics Johns is working on” (could be a workaround for no Batman on Smallville?)
    CGI Animated Green Lantern series coming November 2011, Cartoon Network

    Parallax will be in Green Lantern
    DC Showcase shorts will get compilation DVD; Shazam/Superman short exclusive to it
    Black Canary in Green Arrow short
    Sinestro vs. Hal Jordan WILL happen in Green Lantern

    Matthew Meylikhov

    Once upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats. Then he became only one of those things. Now, if you listen really carefully at night, you may still hear from whispers on the wind a faint voice saying, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not as bad as everyone says it issss."