July 24th, 2010

Original Jean

Comics Next Week

Action Comics #891 
Amazing Spider-Man Presents Black Cat #2
Angel Vol 3 #35 Regular Cover B
Artifacts #1 Regular Cover B John Tyler Christopher
Flash Vol 3 #4 Regular Francis Manapul Cover (Brightest Day Tie-In)
Green Lantern Corps Vol 2 #50 Regular Ardian Syaf Cover (Brightest Day Tie-In)
Green Lantern Vol 4 #56 Regular Doug Mahnke Cover (Brightest Day Tie-In)
Jack Of Fables #46
Justice League Generation Lost #6 Regular Tony Harris Cover (Brightest Day Tie-In)
Justice League Of America Vol 2 #47 Regular Mark Bagley Cover (Brightest Day Tie-In)(Dark Things Part 3)
Secret Avengers #3 Regular Marko Djurdjevic Wraparound Cover
Teen Titans Vol 3 #85
Thor Vol 3 #612
Uncanny X-Men #526 (Heroic Age Tie-In)
Wizard Comics Magazine #229 Finch Batman Cvr        
Wonder Woman Vol 3 #601 Regular Don Kramer Cover
X-Factor Forever #5
X-Men Forever 2 #4
X-Men Legacy #238 (Heroic Age Tie-In)



An interesting tidbit to a lot of my friendlist that seems to be getting glossed over in Comicon coverage, from the Marvel Cup O' Joe panel...

"One last teaser, an animated one — and an interesting one. The Crossgen sigil logo, then fire covering it, transforming it into another, similar logo. Quesada said he couldn't comment on it any further."

And it is noted that Disney did buy some of the CrossGen asets.


And an alternate take from a different report: "The Editor-in-Chief then showed an animated logo teaser showing the original CrossGen Comics "Sigil" logo being burnt up and transformed into a new version of the sigil with "2011" being placed in the corner of the image. Some in the crowd seemed not to take the meaning of the teaser, but Quesada didn't add any other commentary to say for sure whether it meant the classic CrossGen characters would come back to comics."

Adding: in this video http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=video&show_id=379964 Joe discusses it a little, and says they'll be doing some CrossGen stuff! Too early to talk about it, though.