The subject of quite a bit of discussion back when the solicited version of the cover appeared, now here's the presumably-final version of Guillem March's Catwoman #0 cover: On the left, the actual cover to Catwoman Zero, on the right the solicited cover, both by Guillem March. We rather expected a change. It's still a tricky pose, but it's not as twistedly sexual as the original. Note, even her cleavage has been zipped up. And it no longer looks as if her neck was attached to the torso in a new and exciting fashion.
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On the left, the actual cover to Catwoman Zero, on the right the solicited cover, both by Guillem March. We rather expected a change.
Today was the first day of Baltimore Comic Con. At the Marvel panel, Tom Brevort and Mark Waid showcased the Marvel Now! offerings coming in the next couple of months.
The DC Panel at Baltimore Comic Con marked the first DC panel following the first year of the New 52. Present were Dan Didio, Scott Snyder, Jeff Lemire, and Greg Capullo. The panel started off with DiDio stating that he skipped Baltimore Comic Con in 2011 because he was afraid of the reaction to the New 52. Other than that, the panel ran like most other DC panels I've been to, so I'll share a few of the juicer bullet points:
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This should seem a little familiar to most around these here parts. We have known what at least one of Tony Stark's new suits looked like thanks to Marvel waving it in fans faces at the Iron Man 3 display at Comic Con.
There's been "a rumour" doing the rounds that Olga Kurkulina has been cast in the coveted role of Mother Russia, key villainess of Kick-Ass 2. Well, it's more than a rumour.
Lobo, a powerful alien bounty hunter, lands on Earth in search of four fugitives who are bent on wreaking havoc.