Nothing happened at this panel because Marvel has been blowing its wad for the past two months and saved nothing for the convention.
Marvel gathered some of their top writers and editors for the Join the ReEvolution panel at New York Comic Con today. Amongst the...
Oh, screw it. Nothing happened at this panel. It consisted of Marvel editors tooting their own horns ("What I like about Marvel NOW! is everything is different!" - Axel Alonso) and writers revealing minor details about their upcoming stories. For instance, Thor will have one arm, and the Hulk will know a secret about S.H.I.E.L.D. Basically, Marvel thinks their books are good and you should buy them. THESE ARE TAKES ON THESE CHARACTERS YOU HAVE NEVER EVER SEEN BEFORE! FOR REALZ!!! FOR REALLY REALZ!!!!11
Since this is the same tired 'EVERYTHING IS AWESOME THIS TIME' press conference that we've covered hundreds of times, The Outhouse - well known as the only reliable comic book website in the Universe - is taking a cue from The House of Ideas and phoning this one in. Allow me to present this YouTube video of the Top Ten Cutest Cat Moments, which, by the way, has been viewed about 200 times more than your average Marvel comic book has been read, so, statistically, you should find this a more valuable use of your time than if we had actually covered the panel. Enjoy.
There, now don't you feel much better than if you had wasted your time reading about how Rick Remender will delve into what makes Captain America a hero? Now look at some pretty pictures:
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