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NYCC: Captain Marvel Returns in New Cosmic Series

NYCC: Captain Marvel Returns in New Cosmic Series

Announced at the Spider-Man panel today, Kelly Sue DeConnick takes Captain Marvel "higher," literally.



Source: CBR

Fans of Kelly Sue DeConnick's Captain Marvel run who were concerned that the title may have been canceled need no longer worry. At the Superior Spider-Man panel at New York Comic Con today, Marvel announced that DeConnick and David Lopez will be relaunching the book with a new number one issue in March. The series will take place in space, giving a literal meaning to the "HIGHER" teaser circulated last week, but disappointing tweakers who were hoping the teaser meant Marvel would begin printing their comics on paper coated in LSD.







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