A 'top secret' ending is in store for the Age of Ultron mini where a new 'guest' joins Marvel.
Source: Bleeding Cool
Marvel has been hard at work keeping the ending to their Age of Ultron event under wraps, keeping the circle of trust tight. Almost tight enough.
But there is one man you cannot hide secrets from in the comic world... Rich Johnston at Bleeding Cool knows the ending and isn't telling, though he does tell us that the latest solicitation screams it at him. So it's obviously a huge clue, any guesses?
So, any guesses from you comic readers that read a lot more comics than the half dozen or so titles I pick up a week? Because, Rich isn't telling.
ThanosCopter News Update: ThanosCopter here. While Rich isn't telling anyone what the shock ending is, I'll point out the obvious guess. It's Marvelman. Marvelman is finally coming to the Marvel Universe, a couple of years after Marvel "bought" the rights to the character. So, is Age of Ultron leading to a Marvelman appearance? You be the judge.
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