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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    That's terrific casting. But, is it high profile enough? Hannibal aside, he's not a household name. If thats the plan, Marvel is to be commended. Dr. Strange is a tough sell. And you get the feeling that it's important to Marvel to establish another realm in their universe. They have to have a lot of faith to pair Mikklesen with a lesser known director and trusting in the results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWR View Post
    It has been years since I read any of the books of The Guardians. Best I can remember history wise (not story wise) with the characters in the current line up is the Peter Quill (Starlord) was featured in the 1st "Trade Paperback" ever to come from Marvel and it seemed to be a "test run" right before the released "The Death of Captain Marvel" as their 1st Graphic Novel. (I still have both in my collection)
    Rocket Raccoon was the book that gave Mike Mignola his 1st art run with Marvel.
    You are correct, I believe. The original Guardians Of The Galaxy was, essentially, a team of Avengers set in the future. I think. I never actually read that book.

    The recent incarnation would make references to it, with a couple characters appearing, but... yeah.

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    It means the only Marvel creators that are going to be there are ones that are either guests of the Con or are buying themselves a spot on Artists Alley.

    Which means not that many. :(

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    Karl Urban Talks DREDD Sequel!?!? - Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

    Via WhatCulture and also noted by Coming Soon - there’s some interesting news out of Frankfurt.

    At the Destination STAR TREK event there, Karl Urban (Doctor Leonard McCoy in the JJverse TREK movies) appeared and was immediately asked ‘if there was any chance’ of a a sequel to his 2012 action thriller DREDD. The rather wonderful picture famously bombed at the box office, due in no small part to abysmal handling of the movie’s promotion - which often didn’t seem to either grasp, appreciate, or convey the uniqueness and tone of the film.

    Urban responded that…

    ..."conversations’’ are taking place between the studio, the director and writer Alex Garland. He commented that the cinema release of Dredd was badly handled but the film had found its audience on DVD and it has been noticed by the studio.
    …says THIS piece at WhatCulture.

    It’s hugely important to note that ‘discussions’ place the film a universe away from actually being made, but it’s a significant and important start, and a solid indicator that the title may not be out of the continuation game just yet.

    Which means, those of you who liked/loved DREDD but never picked up a home video version of it? Watch or rent the title via streaming services, buy the DVD or Blu-ray, or do whatever you can do to voice your support for the franchise. The Powers That Be appear to be paying attention…
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