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THE DAILY BUGLE ~ Marvel News and Previews Thread
#1
For those who just want the news on their favourite corners of the Marvel Universe
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#2
July solicits for House of X, Powers of X, Loki, Punisher: Kill Krew, Guardians of the Galaxy and Fantastic Four:
https://www.newsarama.com/44675-the-deat...views.html

The first four are issue 1s.
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#3
Disney should really take a page from Warner's playbook and turn Marvel Unlimited into something like DC Universe, They have plenty of programming possibilities.

Cartoons:
Spider-Man (60s, 80s, Amazing Friends. 90s, Unlimited, Spectacular, Ultimate, current series)
Fantastic Four (60, 70s, 90s, 2000s.)
Incredible Hulk (60s, 80s, 90s, Agents of SMASH)
X-Men (Pryde of the X-Men, TAS, Evolution, Wolverine and the)
Iron Man (60s, 90s, Armored Adventures)
Avengers (United We Stand, Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Assemble)
Captain America
Thor
Sub-Mariner
Spider-Woman
Super Hero Squad

Mature Animated Content:
Black Panther
Marvel Anime (Wolverine, Blade, Iron Man, X-Men)
Direct to Video animated movies

Live Action Movies:

Spider-Man (TV movies, Raimi trilogy, Amazing duology, if Sony allows the last two)
Captain America (TV Movies, 90s)
Incredible Hulk (TV movies)
Fantastic Four (Roger Corman, 2005, Rise of the Silver Surfer, Fat4stic)
Howard the Duck
Punisher (80s, 2000s, War Zone)
Man-Thing
Blade trilogy
X-Men saga
Ghost Rider duology
Ang Lee's Hulk
Generation X TV Movie
Nick Fury TV Movie
And of course. the MCU.

Live Action series:
Amazing Spider-Man
The Incredible Hulk
Agents of SHIELD
Agent Carter
Daredevil
Jessica Jones
Luke Cage
Iron Fist
The Defenders
The Punisher
The Gifted
Legion

That would be more than enough than enough video content for a standalone Marvel service. Plus the comics already on Marvel Umlimited, and it would give DC Universe a run for it's money.
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#4
The Netflix shows are embargoed. Can't appear elsewhere. Not for a while anyway. They probably can't use the 2003 Hulk movie either - it's distribution rights belong to Universal. However, they could include Runaways, and Cloak and Dagger. You also forgot the Marvel Rising animations, the MTV Spider-Man CG cartoon from around the time of the first movie, and the two recent animes (which apparently are dubbed but haven't had US or UK releases), Avengers Disk Wars and Future Avengers. They'd also be able to include the tokusatsu Spider-Man, it's been on marvel.com before.

Mark Waid is writing an Invisible Woman mini-series. It's Sue's first ever solo book!
https://www.newsarama.com/44694-invisibl...title.html
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#5
I'll give the book a shot:}
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#6
July 2019 solicitations

https://www.newsarama.com/44826-marvel-c...tions.html
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#7
So Marvel's really not doing anything for the 15th anniversary of Quake's first appearance?

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(04-18-2019, 01:34 PM)Cameron Samurai Wrote: July 2019 solicitations

https://www.newsarama.com/44826-marvel-c...tions.html

An Omnibus edition of the original, 36 years out of date, Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe? I've got the Marvel Essentials collected edition, which was nowhere close to $75. But what we really need is an updated version. Not one-shots like we've gotten over that past decade or so, but a maxi-series, like The Deluxe Edition. At least 26 issues for the living, 3 or 4 for the deceased, and two issues just on technology, equipment, bases of operations and vehicles.
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#9
A Valkyrie comic sounds promising, but why put Jane Foster in the role of yet another Marvel Asgardian? Are they going to tear down Brunhilde like they did when Jane was Thor?
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#10
(04-18-2019, 04:02 PM)Comic Genesis Wrote: Are they going to tear down Brunhilde like they did when Jane was Thor?

They're killing off Brunhilde, she's decapitated in War of the Realms
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