ANNOUNCEMENT: BleedingCool Announces That It Was Announced At The Diamond Retail Summit That Marvel Would Make A Star Wars Announcement.
Source: Marvel’s Star Wars Comics To Be Announced In July
Tooting his own horn as only he can, Rich Johnston was able to use the announcement of a future announcement a week before most things are announced at this year’s San Diego Comic Con:
Coming out of the Diamond Retailer Summit in Las Vegas, Bleeding Cool has learned that Marvel will announce their new Star Wars comics the week before San Diego Comic Con:
Bleeding Cool has previously reported there will be two ongoing series. We have an inkling of the involved creators (and did post a cryptic teaser once) but now we’ll see if we can open that door a smidgen…
No, really that’s the entire article. I wish I’d kept up with my qualitative stats so I could test and see if that text actually says anything.
Till then, here’s the Dilbert comic this story reminded me of.
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