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Marvel Comics to preview two new TV projects at Comic-Con

by Mike Moody, posted Jul 15th 2009 1:09PM
wolverine marvel super hero squadI doubt I'll ever grow out of my love for superhero comics or TV shows based on my favorite comic book characters. It's kept me from abandoning Smallville for the past eight years, and it's the reason my DVR is currently clogged up with reruns of Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Wolverine and the X-Men. I might have two new superhero shows to add to that list pretty soon, and both of them are based on Marvel Comics characters.

As I mentioned on SciFi Squad earlier today, Marvel will preview two if its highly anticipated animated TV projects at this year's San Digeo Comic-Con, Marvel Animé and Super Hero Squad.

Marvel Animé is being prepped for the Japanese market and will feature animé versions of Marvel's classic characters. Super Hero Squad, based on the toy line of the same name, will debut on Cartoon Network later this year. Marvel will host panels featuring never-before-seen clips of both shows at Comic-Con. For those unable to attend, or get in to the usually packed Marvel panels, the clips should show up online shortly after their debut at the Con.

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Freak Mojo

I've been enjoying the Brave and the Bold a lot.

I'd also like to shout out to the new Iron Man cartoon that's running. Pretty slick from a style standpoint and decent stories so far too.

I'll pass on the "kidz" X-Men though.... that lost it's appeal when I sat through a recent Avengers episode.

July 15 2009 at 3:10 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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