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Marvelman Now A Part of Marvel Comics!

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The biggest news of Comic Con International in San Diego was revealed moments ago and jaws are still on the floor-the world-renowned super hero MARVELMAN is now part of the Marvel Comics family! Marvel Comics has purchased the rights to MARVELMAN from creator Mick Anglo and his representatives, finding a home for one of the most sought after heroes in graphic fiction!

"It is an honor to work with Mick Anglo to bring his creation to a larger audience than ever before," said Dan Buckley, CEO & Publisher, Print, Animation & Digital Media, Marvel Entertainment Inc. "Fans are in for something special as they discover just what makes Marvelman such an important character in comic book history."

Originally created in 1954 by Mick Anglo and appearing in some of the most celebrated comic stories of all time, MARVELMAN is Micky Moran, a young reporter gifted with the power to save the world by simply uttering the word "kimota!"

"I did not think it would ever happen," said Mick Anglo. "It's a wonderful thing to see my creation finally back."

MARVELMAN is back and he's found a new home at Marvel Comics! What's next for Mick Anglo's legendary creation? Stay tuned to Marvel.com for all the news on Marvelman and this exciting new addition to the Marvel family!

And to join in the celebration, visit the Marvel Shop to purchase limited edition MARVELMAN t-shirts! Plus, this September, don't miss the MARVELMAN BY QUESADA POSTER exclusively at comic shops everywhere!

 

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vertigo7
vertigo7

Definitely have Neil Gaiman complete Silver and Dark Ages! Whatever you do Marvel, get this run complete. Also before Miracleman was cancelled, their was a spin off series planned called Miracleman: Triumphant (which took place between Golden and Silver Ages). Any chance on reviving that bad boy too?

ourdamo
ourdamo

Neil Gaiman was filming in Watford High Street (U>.K.) last Sunday (6th Sept,) and I quickly quizzed him on Marvelman. To paraphrase, he said that everyone’s heads needs to clear first – to see how everything settles. I prompted that he has a very good working relationship with Marvel Comics he quipped, “Very good.”So I asked if he would wish to complete The Silver Age and The Dark Age and he said that if the opportunity presented itself… then yes he would.Start your spam campaign to Joe Queseda and Dan Buckley now!

imnova
imnova

Y'all need to have some faith in Marvel. 1: Gaiman said while the trial with MacFarlane was going on that if he were to get the rights back he would take the character to Marvel. If they don't allow him to finish the story, Gaiman would most likely never work for them again, and it's a better choice for Marvel in the long run to keep him happy rather than make a quick buck. Besides, any interest in the character would be in seeing the established story continue, throw him in 616 and people stop caring.2: Alan Moore has already been asked about reprints and he said he was fine with it as long as Mick Anglo received his share of the profits (just like he does with movie adaptations).

shizumadrive
shizumadrive

Ahh he'll turn evil in a month. And Punisher will kill him a week later.

megatronthe3rd
megatronthe3rd

[quote:8c0c07a8c6="R Nitelight"]I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....[/quote] No it'll be Deadpool. Deadpool is the new Wolverine!!! :grin:

Comic-Geek-Tom
Comic-Geek-Tom

yeah that was intended nicolae_draca & i always found it interesting they took him away from the magical source of captain marvel (possibly to disctinguish between the 2 or to avoid legal trouble)it remains to be seen what they have the rights to reprint & what history they can build upon as i'm not aware if it has been revealed who actually owned what.

nicolae_draca
nicolae_draca

It's interesting to me that with all the histories of comics I've read in the past 40 years I never heard anyone mention Marvelman. Very strange.Having just heard of him for the first time, I wonder if his saying "Kimota" has ever been commented on in fan circles as being "atomic" backwards, substituting a "k' for the "c"?

redlitez76
redlitez76

[quote@professorhulk [quote@redlitez76 [quote@professorhulk Why is everyone so exited about MARVELMAN belonging to Marvel?[/quote] because its one step in getting back at dc over shazam.[/quote] Huh?[/quote] marvelman was a rip off of captain marvel a.k.a shazam. marvel wanted the name captain marvel and the shazam character, but they lost shazam to dc. they also made the creator of marvel man change his name of his character to miracle man. actually they want all characters with "marvel" in there name.

thaxtonj
thaxtonj

This could be great opportunity for marvel to use some of it characters bought from other comic universes to expand its sagas.The exiles would be a great place for marvel to use some of its characters that they keep in limbo :x-men: :grider: :thor:

professorhulk
professorhulk

[quote@redlitez76 [quote@professorhulk Why is everyone so exited about MARVELMAN belonging to Marvel?[/quote] because its one step in getting back at dc over shazam.[/quote] Huh?

Major_Valor
Major_Valor

I am definitly intrigued about how Marvel will handle the character and his continuity.I did not become a fan until mid-way into the Eclipse run, but I quickly became engrossed in Alan Moores' take on the characters' abilities and history, and especially the duality of Miracleman and Mike Moran.I was recently re-reading Roy Thomas' run on Thor in which the Eternals' continuity was integrated into the Marvel Universe. While I love the Eternals, I had/have mixed feelings about that effort.I feel the same sort of excitement-yet-apprehension over Marvelman.Can Marvelman be brought into the Marvel Universe?Should he be kept in a separate continuum, like the MC2 Universe or the Ultimates?Should Marvel have even bothered picking up the character at all?Will Marvel be picking up and running with the Eclipse story, or will there be some Brobdinaggian re-boot of the characters' life-story, complete with Dicky Dauntless and Johnny Bates, and Miracle/Marvelwoman?Will there be Warpsmiths, the Firedrake, and an evil Kid Miracleman?I seem to recall a cameo appearance of Marvelman way back in the Captain Britain series: Marvelman was one of a score of heroes killed by the Fury (I may be wrong, but I believe Marvelman was native to Linda/Captain UKs world).I suppose I will have to wait and see what comes of this. No good judging in advance I suppose.I wish Marvel good fortune with their newest addition to the family.

Xhris2210
Xhris2210

[quote@Shim What the Hell... !!! I'm lookin at the pose insert from the Marvel e-mail newsletter of Marvelman and thinkin to myself... what the Hecky Pecky has "someone" done to Miracleman !! ??I've got the Miracleman book one by my keyboard " A Dream of Flying" and read, and re-read through the Steve Gurber introduction and not once does it mention Mick Anglo ? and the fact that Miracleman is ( ? ) ripped from a comic from the 1950's ? I was / am blown away by the work Moore, Davis & Leach put into Miracleman the story and graphics were just so prefound, they were are part of my own personal history and just cant comprehend that they might have re-worked an old story:-( Marvleman pfft !!!! stick it... sorryMick Moran will always be Miracleman to me, I'm just praying that they wont re-release the old Miracleman books under the title of Marvelman... that just smacks of injustice.[/quote] Marvelman is what the character was originally called - it was Marvel that forced the name change when the original run featured in Warrior was reprinted by Eclipse comics. Moore was explicit from the start that he was 'reviving' the Mick Anglo character - in fact the suggestion is there that the continuity is just interrupted in a sense. The Moore sequence begins with Micky Moran having forgotten he was Marvelman as a boy and growing up into middle age remembering it as best as a dream. It's really that that is the essential premise of the thing - an awakening from an innocent age into the grim 'reality' of a Thatcher-led Britain [before Watchmen, Marvelman really was the first psychologically/emotionally realistic superhero]. That's why it was so powerful and so groundbreaking. I don't want to see that shat on.

Shim
Shim

What the Hell... !!! I'm lookin at the pose insert from the Marvel e-mail newsletter of Marvelman and thinkin to myself... what the Hecky Pecky has "someone" done to Miracleman !! ??I've got the Miracleman book one by my keyboard " A Dream of Flying" and read, and re-read through the Steve Gurber introduction and not once does it mention Mick Anglo ? and the fact that Miracleman is ( ? ) ripped from a comic from the 1950's ? I was / am blown away by the work Moore, Davis & Leach put into Miracleman the story and graphics were just so prefound, they were are part of my own personal history and just cant comprehend that they might have re-worked an old story:-( Marvleman pfft !!!! stick it... sorryMick Moran will always be Miracleman to me, I'm just praying that they wont re-release the old Miracleman books under the title of Marvelman... that just smacks of injustice.

redlitez76
redlitez76

[quote@professorhulk Why is everyone so exited about MARVELMAN belonging to Marvel?[/quote] because its one step in getting back at dc over shazam.

Mogalike
Mogalike

I just wish they were selling the Andy Warhol Kimota! shirt instead.

professorhulk
professorhulk

Why is everyone so exited about MARVELMAN belonging to Marvel?

cjt0805
cjt0805 member

thank u :nightcrawler: :invisiblewoman:

MadMikeyD
MadMikeyD

Marvelman is indeed Miracleman. Marvel forced the name change from Marvelman to Miracleman in the '80s. Now that they have the rights he can go by his proper name again. It's disheartening that what should have been an internet-breaking announcement has no substance. What we know is that Marvel has the rights to Mick Anglo's original Marvelman material and can create new stories with the character. We know they are negotiating with the creator's of the '80s-'90s material that everyone really wants to see. Alan Moore has said he gave his go-ahead as long as his money goes to Anglo. Gaiman has said he'd like to finish his story. But no confirmation that Marvel will be able to reprint those groundbreaking stories. If that comes to pass that will truly be the biggest news ever in comics.It's a case of "Where's the beef?" Marvel has what could be the biggest news ever, but the meat of the announcement is missing. Reprint the existing Moore and Gaiman material, and have Gaiman finish his story. That's what we're really waiting for. Without that, Marvelman is just a knock-off character of a knock-off character.

cjt0805
cjt0805 member

stupid question but is this Mircleman??

redlitez76
redlitez76

[quote@Xhris2210 Just look at the press release from the House of Filched Ideas. It mentions 'creator' Mick Anglo but there's significantly no mention of Gaiman, Davis, Leach... or Alan Moore. Naturally.We all know this acquisition has got super-sod-all to do with the obscure and largely forgotten Captain Marvel knock-off of the 1950s and everything to do with the groundbreaking work Moore did with the character's 'revival' in Warrior. That's the character that Marvel forced a name-change on because by that time [it didn't exist at the time of the original] they had the corporate clout to squash a small-fry operation like Eclipse Comics.If Moore as I suspect [all the work in Warrior was creator owned] still has rights to his original stories there isn't a hope in hell of Marvel reprinting them - carrying on from Gaiman's work is also likely to be tricky.So this is just another purchase of 'reputation' that is unlikely to be linked with the material that brought that reputation. It's a valuable commodity because if they can get production rights for a film, it really doesn't matter how they screw with the legacy - it will likely make money done in the usual botched up, gung-ho stylee bereft of the originality and subtlety of the work the name trades on.Zero credibility from the word go. I hope Marvel can shock me. But they won't do it with crassness.Don't expect this post will last long...[/quote] exactly

Xhris2210
Xhris2210

Just look at the press release from the House of Filched Ideas. It mentions 'creator' Mick Anglo but there's significantly no mention of Gaiman, Davis, Leach... or Alan Moore. Naturally.We all know this acquisition has got super-sod-all to do with the obscure and largely forgotten Captain Marvel knock-off of the 1950s and everything to do with the groundbreaking work Moore did with the character's 'revival' in Warrior. That's the character that Marvel forced a name-change on because by that time [it didn't exist at the time of the original] they had the corporate clout to squash a small-fry operation like Eclipse Comics.If Moore as I suspect [all the work in Warrior was creator owned] still has rights to his original stories there isn't a hope in hell of Marvel reprinting them - carrying on from Gaiman's work is also likely to be tricky.So this is just another purchase of 'reputation' that is unlikely to be linked with the material that brought that reputation. It's a valuable commodity because if they can get production rights for a film, it really doesn't matter how they screw with the legacy - it will likely make money done in the usual botched up, gung-ho stylee bereft of the originality and subtlety of the work the name trades on.Zero credibility from the word go. I hope Marvel can shock me. But they won't do it with crassness.Don't expect this post will last long...

sandman813
sandman813

[quote@kreemarvel [color=seagreen] How will he be integrated?Another dimension, like Malibu's Ultraverse? Ultraverse should return, BTW.New origin inside the Marvel Universe?[/color] [/quote] I agree if Marvel had money to buy the rights to Marvel Man then they should buy the right to the Malibu Ultraverse characters. And if they do buy the rights to the malibu Ultraverse they should use the original Mantra instead of the teenage one. And I think that the Malibu Ultraverse should be seperate from the Marvel Universe.

R_Nitelight
R_Nitelight

The fact that Marvel is already selling t-shirts should tell you how much this acquisition was about art....

redlitez76
redlitez76

[quote@DragynWulf [quote:6222f8a498="R Nitelight"]I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....[/quote] That is assuming that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Just because Marvel owns the rights to the character, does not mean that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Due to the original content of the MARVELMAN/MIRACLEMAN titles, I'd guess that it would be part of the Marvel MAX line of comics instead and in its own universe.[/quote] marvel max don't pay the bills and in this economy who's gonna pay for another sqaudron supreme type comic. people want to have this character in the regular 616

redlitez76
redlitez76

[quote@EvilPhil [quote@redlitez76 sorry marvelman should be a total reboot. Reprint the 80's but with no continuity with now. Have him with the regular marvel universe.Reason why is because when Dork Comics (dc) gained captain marvel they blended him into the dc regular universe with that waste of paper CRISIS ON INFINATE EARTHS . Did they honor his past? did they keep it all seperate no. And everybody was happy about it from what im seeing hear. so why is marvel man any different?he's not I want to see a marvelman/ thor team-up or marvelman / hercules team-up or maybe have him collide with the skrulls or galactus it will be written well and worth a read or two.I hope they gain the rights to conan back and dreadstar back and rom.I also want them to get the right of the old archie comics super hero lineup.[/quote] The difference is Captain Marvel was already part of DC before Crisis. He was not in the middle of the most famous unfinished story arc in history which had been on hiatus for twenty years. He had not revised and affected almost every great comic series in the last twenty years. I started reading the Moore Marvelman way back in Warrior as many others did, we watched it deconstruct the classic Superheo and re-invent him as something different. We watched Gaiman fight for years to be allowed to complete his part of the story. Gaiman deserves to be able to do that.[/quote] Sorry to say it like this .... who cares? let gaiman earn his money elsewhere. he deconstructed him and rebuilt him... that what you said.well what so different if marvel does the same thing? he's a name a property...marvel's property let them do whatever they want with it.I think they should go back to the original character a copy of shazam.and do away with whatever any body else has done with the character.

cap102
cap102

i hope they reprint some of alan moores run

cjt0805
cjt0805 member

OUTSTANDING!!!

R_Nitelight
R_Nitelight

[quote@DragynWulf Wolverine, Red Hulk, Deadpool and others have been out of PUNISHER MAX title since it started. Sometimes it is not needed. With something like Marvelman, they would not be needed because the hype would sell itself.[/quote] You could be right.But I'm guessing we'll be hearing SNIKT! sooner rather than later.Because he's the best at what he does, and what he does best is sell comics.....

DragynWulf
DragynWulf

[quote:91f6662e98="R Nitelight"][quote@DragynWulf [quote:91f6662e98="R Nitelight"]I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....[/quote] That is assuming that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Just because Marvel owns the rights to the character, does not mean that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Due to the original content of the MARVELMAN/MIRACLEMAN titles, I'd guess that it would be part of the Marvel MAX line of comics instead and in its own universe.[/quote] You don't maximize profits by shutting out Wolverine.Or Red Hulk.Or Deadpool.Or whoever else is hot that month...[/quote] Wolverine, Red Hulk, Deadpool and others have been out of PUNISHER MAX title since it started. Sometimes it is not needed. With something like Marvelman, they would not be needed because the hype would sell itself.

Whirlysplat
Whirlysplat

[quote@comicfan72 Does this include the Alan Moore/Neil Gaiman run or just the Mick Anglo stories--- or is there a chance that Marvel can reprint the Moore/Gaiman stories in affordable trades and HEY, maybe Gaiman can FINALLY finish his stories!!!![/quote] You see I don't really give a **** about the value of my old Eclipse issues or trades. I'd love to have bright shiny new copies to re-read and I'd love those affordable trades for people. I think Marvel would make a packet on those and yes my friend I also would love to see Gaiman finish the series. Marvel can re-imagine Miracleman in 616 etc then in any way they want.

comicfan72
comicfan72

Does this include the Alan Moore/Neil Gaiman run or just the Mick Anglo stories--- or is there a chance that Marvel can reprint the Moore/Gaiman stories in affordable trades and HEY, maybe Gaiman can FINALLY finish his stories!!!!

Whirlysplat
Whirlysplat

[quote@DragynWulf [quote:7e297a48e5="R Nitelight"]I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....[/quote] That is assuming that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Just because Marvel owns the rights to the character, does not mean that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Due to the original content of the MARVELMAN/MIRACLEMAN titles, I'd guess that it would be part of the Marvel MAX line of comics instead and in its own universe.[/quote] We can hope my friend.

R_Nitelight
R_Nitelight

[quote@DragynWulf [quote:59d8fce349="R Nitelight"]I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....[/quote] That is assuming that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Just because Marvel owns the rights to the character, does not mean that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Due to the original content of the MARVELMAN/MIRACLEMAN titles, I'd guess that it would be part of the Marvel MAX line of comics instead and in its own universe.[/quote] You don't maximize profits by shutting out Wolverine.Or Red Hulk.Or Deadpool.Or whoever else is hot that month...

DragynWulf
DragynWulf

[quote:af64c17c46="R Nitelight"]I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....[/quote] That is assuming that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Just because Marvel owns the rights to the character, does not mean that he will be brought into the Marvel Universe. Due to the original content of the MARVELMAN/MIRACLEMAN titles, I'd guess that it would be part of the Marvel MAX line of comics instead and in its own universe.

Whirlysplat
Whirlysplat

[quote@redlitez76 sorry marvelman should be a total reboot. Reprint the 80's but with no continuity with now. Have him with the regular marvel universe.Reason why is because when Dork Comics (dc) gained captain marvel they blended him into the dc regular universe with that waste of paper CRISIS ON INFINATE EARTHS . Did they honor his past? did they keep it all seperate no. And everybody was happy about it from what im seeing hear. so why is marvel man any different?he's not I want to see a marvelman/ thor team-up or marvelman / hercules team-up or maybe have him collide with the skrulls or galactus it will be written well and worth a read or two.I hope they gain the rights to conan back and dreadstar back and rom.I also want them to get the right of the old archie comics super hero lineup.[/quote] The difference is Captain Marvel was already part of DC before Crisis. He was not in the middle of the most famous unfinished story arc in history which had been on hiatus for twenty years. He had not revised and affected almost every great comic series in the last twenty years. I started reading the Moore Marvelman way back in Warrior as many others did, we watched it deconstruct the classic Superheo and re-invent him as something different. We watched Gaiman fight for years to be allowed to complete his part of the story. Gaiman deserves to be able to do that.

cjt0805
cjt0805 member

Sounds good to me..excited to see how this turns out and how Marvel uses him

redlitez76
redlitez76

sorry marvelman should be a total reboot. Reprint the 80's but with no continuity with now. Have him with the regular marvel universe.Reason why is because when Dork Comics (dc) gained captain marvel they blended him into the dc regular universe with that waste of paper CRISIS ON INFINATE EARTHS . Did they honor his past? did they keep it all seperate no. And everybody was happy about it from what im seeing hear. so why is marvel man any different?he's not I want to see a marvelman/ thor team-up or marvelman / hercules team-up or maybe have him collide with the skrulls or galactus it will be written well and worth a read or two.I hope they gain the rights to conan back and dreadstar back and rom.I also want them to get the right of the old archie comics super hero lineup.

Whirlysplat
Whirlysplat

Lots of fans have been waiting nearly twenty years for Neil Gaiman to finish the Silver and Dark Ages. If Marvel do anything without finishing this work as Gaiman intended they will be betraying many comic fans. Gaiman wants to finish it, he said he thought if it ended anywhere it would end at Marvel. Joe Q, make your older comic fans happy. Finish the story off, Dicky has run from Marvelman after the 'kiss' and he is having dreams of Bates. What happens next! Ask Neil Gaiman to tell us, we all want to know.

redlitez76
redlitez76

[quote@Lineofdeath2 This should belong to DC, since Mircale/Marvel man was orginally a knockoff of DC's Captain Marvel (who at a time belonged to Fawcett Comics)[/quote] NO! Captain Marvel/shazam should have belonged to marvel in the first place. What has DC(dork comics) done really worth while with shazam anyway? His style isnt along their style the only reason they have him is because he was competeing with sooper dooper man and they want to get rid of him.HOO-RAY! justice is served! Finally I am so happy that We got Marvel man It will be real easy to blend him in the universe...no problem.

Seb_pinter
Seb_pinter

Right now I don't care what they do with the characters future, it's his past I care about. Two words for you: OMNIBUS EDITION. I want Moore's run and Gaiman's run please.

wyvern9
wyvern9

I realy can't form an opinion until I see what Marvel's gona do with this guy.

ElSloano64
ElSloano64

Zoinks - Marvelman and Wolverine?!?Surely not....All I want is for Marvel to reprint the trade paperbacks that Eclipse put out of Marvelman in the `80s cuz` I sold mine - boo hoo! :lol: I`ll be awaiting the latest issue of Wizard magazine next week with mucho interest......TTFN, El Sloano,Co-creator of the Freedom Collective for Rough Cut Comics

JHowlett8
JHowlett8

Yeah, with some similarities with Bob, aka the Sentry, it'll be well...something...to see how Marvel Man will put a new twist to the story. More skrulls and body switching? Mephisto? Maybe he'll be nerfed, there are a lot of other powerful beings in the Marvel Universe...MiracleMan playing God was done well but I've seen many other aspects of this type of thing explored since the 80s. Is this beyond Bendis?

notapotatoe
notapotatoe

waiwaiwait...is that meaning the relaunch of Marvel' Epic label ?

notapotatoe
notapotatoe

[quote@DragoBurro not that Im complaining this a big win for marvel, but do we really need this guy when we have the Sentry?[/quote] Hearing the new, I WAS ABOUT TO SAY IT...That's just the ...the dumbiest thing I would have expected...Marvel could have setted-up wonderful cosmic-weird or introspective stories with a character they own, it's almost ready for it, but no...it has to be told with THE labelled character of 'cosmic-weird and introspective' stuff, duing to the works of authors that Marvel won't hire anyway...Sure, be proud, Marvel fans, now you know where your money goes...

R_Nitelight
R_Nitelight

I hope all you fans of the original are still giddy when they team him up with Wolverine....

ElSloano64
ElSloano64

I`ve been keeping quiet about this since last Christmas but now I can contain my joy no longer...Marvelman is back an` he`s at Marvel. However, Marvelman should be placed in the ULTIMATES UNIVERSE and totally rebooted.If Marvel don`t do this and M-M becomes another **** for Spidey to team up with then they`ll have messed up.I vote for Mark Millar to write any new adventures and Bryan Hitch to draw them.When can we expect reprints of the original Eclipse h/s cover trade paperbacks, Mr Quesada????

tchipley
tchipley

[quote@DragoBurro not that Im complaining this a big win for marvel, but do we really need this guy when we have the Sentry?[/quote] Yes. Since they have all but admitted that they've screwed that character up since the beginning. Jenkins said he didn't intend Sentry to be MarvelMan but we all know that's what marvel was trying to do. I just can't believe how badly they've missed the mark since the original miniseries. I like Sentry and want to see him get better stories but MarvelMan is the Man. Maybe they will keep him in a separate universe but I'd rather see him emerge in the mainstream marvel universe.If they integrate him he would be Britain's answer to America's Sentry. Whereas Sentry was a by-product of Super Soldier experiments, MarvelMan was a by-product of genetic engineering with Alien/Human DNA. There is room for both and it all makes me happy.

DragoBurro
DragoBurro

not that Im complaining this a big win for marvel, but do we really need this guy when we have the Sentry?