Marvel approached The Outhouse, long part of the inner circle of secret Marvel projects, for information on their latest teaser.
Source: Cryptic Email from Marvel Comics
Marvel sent us a strange email this morning. The subject line of the email simply read "What is Marvel's Project Gamma?" It was typed in all caps, as the publisher was clearly very distressed and yelling at us. The email only included a teaser image for Project Gamma promising a revelation at SXSW, which begins this weekend.
"Shit, we don't know," we quickly replied. "It's your project."
"Damn," they responded. "Well, thanks anyway. Maybe it's a codename for Hickman's elbow."
So it looks like Marvel has accidentally misplaced the details of this upcoming super secret project. If you have any information, please post it in the comments below. It would be extremely embarassing for Marvel if they show up at SXSW after this teaser has been passed around the interwebs and have to admit that they have no idea what they are planning.
"My god!" worried Marvel, considering the consequences. "We're not DC Comics, for Christ's sake."
Here's the teaser:
WHAT IS MARVEL’S PROJECT GAMMA?
Find out more as Marvel Entertainment takes Austin, Texas by storm at the Marvel: House of Ideas panel at the SXSW Gaming Expo – Sunday, March 10th at 1pm (CST)!
Stay tuned to www.marvel.com and www.sxswgaming.com for more details on Marvel’s plans for SXSW.
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