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Marvel Legends Includes Quasar, Avengers: Endgame Thor, More

Hasbro has revealed new Marvel Legends figures at their Fan Fest including Wendell Vaughn Quasar, the Protector of the Universe, the Fat Thor from The Avengers: Endgame, Iron Man, and more. Check out the details and images below. HASBRO MARVEL LEGENDS 2021 FAN FEST MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES RETRO 3.75 WAVE 3 Figure Assortment (HASBRO/Age 4 …

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Quasar Marvel Legends Packing Revealed & Another Look From Comic-Con

Check out a new look below at the Marvel Legends 3.75-inch Quasar action figure, and the stellar packing has also been made available.

Some online retailers are already selling the Quasar figure, but at a pretty high price (cheapest I found was around $14). I’m betting once they are in Target and Walmart at the end of the month/August the price will drop.

Comic-Con saw Hasbro announce a slew of new figures to the line including a special Collector’s Vault set with Cosmo, Moonboy, Howard the Duck, Lockjaw and more, and the following:

• X-23 Wolverine
• Marvel’s All-New Iron Man
• Moon Knight
• Spider-UK
• Lady Deadpool
• Maestro
• Groot
• Rocket Raccoon
• Star Lord
• Gamora
• Rogue
• Morbius
• Hydro-Man
• Black Panther (Movie)
• Sharon Carter (Movie)
• Captain America
• Marvel Now Iron Man

Via toyark:

Quasar packaging:

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New Look At Marvel Legends Quasar Figure


We get a new look at the upcoming Marvel Legends 3.75-inch Wendell Vaughn Quasar action figure from Toy Fair.

Fly Guy posted the following images, which also features the rest of the set: Rogue, Hyro-Man and Morbius The Living Vampire.

The new Marvel Legends 3.75-inch wave featuring Quasar is said to arrive this August.





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James Gunn Teases Quasar For Guardians of the Galaxy 2? Probably Not


Hasbro recently announced a Quasar Hasbro Marvel Legends action figure!

Quasar was recently announced by Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel Comics Editor Bill Rosemann to be a part of the Lego Marvel Avengers video game (now available!)!

And now James Gunn may have teased Quasar for Guardians of the Galaxy 2?!

Coincidence?! Wishful thinking?!

Yeah, probably.

Gunn posted something rather odd on his Facebook page when remarking he participated in a table read of the script with the cast. Gunn said “someone spelled out star’s name wrong so I had to correct it for him.” Gunn then posted an image of the “corrected” spelling of Chris Pratt’s name: “QRIS PRAT.”

I’ve already read more than a few comments online by fans suggesting it’s a reference to Quasar, Marvel’s Protector of the Universe and weilder of the Quantum-Bands. Obviously the use of the “Q” may suggest Quasar, as well as maybe the “star” mention, as Quasar has a star symbol on his chest (and the inside of his cape is a star field). However, it seems like a stretch as Gunn has previously said he is only using Star-Lord as the only human (and hence why no Richard Rider Nova).

We can suggest another possibility, as there was a second Quasar who was a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy comic book, but we highly doubt Gunn would go there and face the wrath of the rabid Quasar fans. Right, James?!

The good news is that Quasar actually might already be a part of the MCU as his father may have been mentioned in episodes of Agents Of SHIELD; however, we would much rather see Quasar on the big screen. We’re definitely not giving up hope especially considering what Disney CEO Bob Iger said about there being thousands of Marvel characters, and that they are never going to stop making Marvel movies (sounds like Quasar’s odds just went up)!

Check out Gunn’s post:


Table read for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was this morning. Oh my gosh, it was the most fun I’ve ever had watching a…

Posted by James Gunn on Tuesday, January 26, 2016





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Annihilation: Nova #3 Early Quasar Cover Sketches

I recently picked up the Annihilation Omnibus where I discovered some Quasar art by Gabriele Dell’Otto.

Below are two sketches by the Italian artist for the Annihilation: Nova #3 cover.

We see in the first image, Quasar is actually blasting someone, followed by a sketch that resembles the final version.

This is one of my favorite all-time covers and Quasar renditions.

Maybe if Wendell Vaughn appears in ABC’s Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., Marvel Comics will give the character another chance. The series did feature a Quasar Easter Egg or two.

I’m current re-reading Annihilation through the Omnibus, and I believe next year marks the ten year anniversary, with Drax having kicked off in 2005.

Of course, Annihilation led to Nova as well as DnA’s Guardians of the Galaxy and the multi-million dollar movie.

You can pick up the Annihilation Omnibus at a discount on Amazon, which contains even more art.




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Todd McFarlane’s Quasar #14 Original Cover & Thoughts


One of my all-time favorite Quasar covers is Todd McFarlane’s #14 which depicts Wendell in cosmic action.

I remember getting this, and at the time, I didn’t even know who Todd McFarlane was or his work on Spider-Man or Hulk.

Great cover.

Todd took to his Facebook page stating that he found the original art work, and he also gives his thoughts behind it.

Check it out!


I was cleaning up my office today after getting home from playing baseball, not softball, baseball (had a single, triple and four runs scored). As I was going through some of the boxes I ran across some old original artwork from my days of drawing for Marvel Comics. I will be showing some of those pieces in the coming weeks as well as walking you through some of the process of why that particular page/cover came to be. I’ll be showing some Spider-Man artwork, The Incredible Hulk pages and some various other images I came across.

I will even show you some of the rejection letters I received while I was in college trying to break into the comic book industry. 

The artwork you see below was from a comic titled Quasar. He was a relatively unknown character, whose book was selling below average compared to some of the mainstay character’s titles. In an effort to help prop up sales for this book, the editor at the time was asking around to see if anyone wanted to help pitch in a cover. The idea was that maybe if a string of artists would do some of the covers that would help spark things on the sales end. Since I had a good relationship with the editor (a gentleman named Mark Gruenwald), I said “Sure, why not!” This piece was done in the middle of my run on The Amazing Spider-Man comic so I asked if I could just make some high octane looking cover. To which Mr. Gruenwald said “Have as much fun on it as you want.”

So here was my thinking…

The book and character were very average, I thought. when I looked at the book, there didn’t seem to be a lot of BIG action or ENERGY on the pages. In fact, I remember noticing that there were a bunch of small panels on every page and it limited the idea of a guy out in the infinite area called space. I mean if you’re going to be out in space why not open it up a little (ask George Lucas how that little story of Star Wars worked out). So the concept I wanted to tackle was this Quasar dude flying through the cosmos at a million miles an hour, like a meteor, with his power amulets crackling with Jack Kirby like energy effects, with space and planets way off in the distance. Though in the final coloring of the piece they made space purple not black. An odd choice I thought.

The last piece was to add the face in the bottom right of the page, which was the villain of that issue. I had basically drawn this cover to be as cool as possible , then figured out how to add the continuity of the book in later. Not the best approach, but in this case it worked out well. When I handed the cover in the editor called me and said he was actually surprised that someone could make this character this exciting. A few covers later with other artists on them help show people that no matter who the character is you can always find a way to make them exciting (ask Frank Miller about the villain Bullseye from Daredevil.

The other images are just close ups of the art so that you can see some of the detail of the page. At my end, I was always proud of this piece because it forced me have to think about how I could add something to a character I knew little about, and I only had one shot/picture to let it all out.

Enjoy. TODD

P.S.- To answer the question to my previous post: YES! Stan Lee is a super hero with REAL super powers. Here’s how I know…usually I work really hard to do a post here that is seen by over 100,000 people. But my last post barely passed that mark when Stan, himself decided to share it with his followers. And BOOM! in the matter of an hour my post jumped up to 250,000 views and is now at just over 400,000. And all because Stan told folks to take a look. I am going to call that super mutation skill the PIED PIPER POWER. Thanks, Stan



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Wendell Vaughn Quasar Easter Eggs Found In Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.


For fans of the Cosmic Avenger, Quasar, they will note the character first was an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Long story short, Wendell Vaughn donned the quantum-bands following an attack by AIM in which his scientist father was in part studying them.

If you have been following the new ABC series Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. or any of the Marvel Studios movies you may have been keeping an eye out for S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Wendell Vaughn.

While no S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent is mentioned, a “Professor Vaughn” is stated by Fitz and Simmons in a couple episodes.

The final scene of the episode, “0-8-4,” sees them say, “Take that, Professor Vaughn!”

Likewise, in episode “Seeds” we get both a reference to Professor Vaughn as well as A.I.M.

The showunners of Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. were actually asked about the potential use of Wendell Vaughn, but kept mum on the subject.

Via CBR:

Then we’ve got George D., a major Quasar fan who asks: “With the mention of a ‘Professor Vaughn’ several times by Fitz-Simmons is there any plans to work in the character of Wendell Vaughn aka Quasar into the series as a guest or recurring character?”

TancharoenAgain, we can’t comment.


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Classic Quasar Featured On Avengers #19 50th Anniversary Cover

Make that two 50th anniversary covers for the Protector of the Universe, Wendell Vaughn aka Quasar.

The first sees Quasar on a variant for Avengers #18.

The second has Quasar on one of the five John Cassaday variants to Avengers #19.

Seems Marvel didn’t forget Quasar for these covers, but where is the POTU for the Infinity event (seeing how he is the avatar of Infinity)?!






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Kevin Feige Is Aware of Marvel Cosmic Rabid Fans; Movie Plans Through 2021


With Kevin Feige being a Cosmic fan himself, it should really come to no surprise that the Marvel Studios president and producer is aware of the rabid fan base from the comic books.

Fiege spoke with Wired magazine about the Marvel Studios movies with mention of Guardians of the Galaxy.

“It has a small, rabid fan base,” Feige told Wired, with the magazine going on with some nonsense that the producer is overestimating the size and description.

Well, “Wired,” Cosmic Book News can tell you – he’s not.

The Marvel Cosmic comic books do have a relatively small-sized fan base compared to The Avengers and X-Men; however, they get no where near the same attention from the Editors or public relations department. Well, that was until they cancelled the previous line to make way for their big guns, which the rabid fan base hasn’t been getting behind as the new issues of Nova sell less than the Abentt and Lanning run, and new issues of Guardians of the Galaxy literally have dozens and dozens of variants – and movie tie-ins – to keep them atop the monthly sales charts.


I believe it was Marvel Editor Bill Rosemann who coined the term “rabid Cosmic fans,” as Rosemann was behind the 2007 and 2008 Nova and Guardians of the Galaxy series as well as the Marvel Cosmic events, Annihilation: Conquest, War of Kings, and the best-selling The Thanos Imperative. Preceding Rosemann saw Editor Andy Schmidt kill off the Cosmic Avenger Quasar Wendell Vaughn during Annihilation, with the “small, rabid fan base” erupting in reponse. Petitions soon followed, Marvel offices were sent a cake, letter campaigns and websites began. Rosemann and Marvel seemed to respond favorably to the rabid fans as Wendell Vaughn returned as Quasar. Perhaps something the Richard Rider Nova fans should pay heed to?

All hope may not all be lost, though, as Feige has green lit a Guardians of the Galaxy movie directed by James Gunn for an August 1, 2014 release. And similar to Feige, Joss Whedon is a Marvel Cosmic fan, and actually so is Clark Gregg who plays Agent Coulson; both happen to be Jim Starlin Adam Warlock fans. An added bonus was seen during The Avengers movie with the aliens The Chitauri and the surprise guest-villain, Thanos, who will go on to have a larger role in the Guardians of the Galaxy movie and upcoming Marvel Studios films.

Feige has also green lit a Doctor Strange movie, rumors of an Inhumans movie are in the works – fans would love an Adam Warlock movie – and the producer also told Wired they have plans until 2021.

“I could arguably say what we’re planning for the year 2021,” Feige also told Wired. “Will that happen? I don’t know. But what we planned for 2015 in 2006 is happening.”

Those future plans could spell good news for rabid Marvel Cosmic fans who happen to be salivating at the mouth for more universal and galactic battles and stories on the big screen. 

“Five years ago, looking at our plan, we knew that if Avengers was going to work, the movies had to stand alone,” Feige said. “Now we have to prove to the studio that we’re more than just these five characters, these five franchises.”


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Third Writer On NINO Nova Announced; Will Still Be A Screw Up; No Nova Corps; Please Don’t Use Quasar


I gave the series 12 issues when I learned that Marvel was going in the complete opposite direction of the previous Nova run by DnA, which sold better.

Now we learn there will be a third writer within the first ten issues of the series.

Jeph Loeb was announced to be leaving the title with only the second issue published; ditto for Ed McGuinness.

Then Zeb Wells was announced as the new series writer, only to come out and state he is doing five issues.

Now with Nova #10, Marvel announces Deadpool writer Gary Duggan on the book.

In an interview with, Duggan says he will be continuing with the themes that both Loeb and Wells began, and that NINO (as the fans call him “Nova In Name Only) will still be a 15-year-old screw up.

“I’ll be continuing some of those themes that [Jeph] Loeb and Zeb began,” Duggan said. “If he were a Dungeons & Dragons character, his wisdom would be quite low. It’s not that he’s unintelligent; it’s just that 15 year old kids screw up.”

Duggan also won’t be bringing back the Nova Corps, which Loeb stated from day one.

“We won’t be rebooting the Nova Corps, but Sam will be learning about the Corps through old Nova helmets that he’ll be recovering,” Duggan said.

It’s also said Duggan will be doing the 100th issue of Nova, but no mention is made of Richard Rider.

As Marvel has given the Loeb series more attention that its predecessor with A-List talent attached, the first Infinite comic by Mark Waid, appearances in the major Marvel events and a Disney cartoon attached to boot – it’s a wonder that Marvel continues with the series seeing how low it actually is selling and the amount of dollars invested.

However, lately – for some reason – Marvel seems to be keeping low selling titles around, such as Captain Ms. Marvel, which is under 20K; somthing unheard of in previous years. It looks as if NINO Nova may be going a similar route.

Duggan also mentioned in the interview that he would love for Sam to bump into Quasar. As a long time Wendell Vaughn fan, I hope not.

And as Joe Quesada always said, I’ll be voting with my wallet and not buying it, just as I continue to do.

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Quasar Returns In Avengers Infinity #18!

The Cosmic Avenger is back with his fellow Assemblers!

At least on the variant cover to Avengers #18, an official Infinity tie-in.

Marvel released preview pages where we see Quasar on the Daniel Acuna cover.

As the event is cosmic and dubbed “Infinity,” it makes sense for the Protector of the Universe to appear.

Previously Tom Brevoort remarked that there had been talk about using Quasar.

Jonathan Hickman, don’t fail us now (gulp)!

Issue hits August 21st.

Update: Cover is a 50th Anniversary variant, which may mean it’s just for the anniversary. Attempting to find out more.

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Dredd 2 Official Petition Underway


If you happen to be a Cosmic Book News original, you know that I got my start by petitioning Marvel for the return of Wendell Vaughn as Quasar.

I was part of a group that sent the Hallowed Hallways of Marvel the “Bring Back Wendell” Cake as well as t-shirts and petitions.

I like to think Marvel responded favorably by bringing back Wendell Vaughn as Quasar in the pages of Nova (Richard Rider, that is).

So it seems at least that it’s possible to bring back your favorite character with enough rabid enthusiasm, and now fans are at it again, this time for Dredd 2.

Dredd, which starred Karl Urban, absolutely bombed at the box office, but it was received favorably by fans and critics alike.

To add to that, the screenwriter behind the movie didn’t rule out a Dredd 2, and Karl Urban recently stated home video sales sold well, with over 600,000.

Now the creators behind Dredd are getting into the action as well, as Rebellion is officially backing an online petition for Dredd 2.

A Facebook fan page has also been launched with well over 30,000 supporting the Dredd sequel.


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Dear Tom Brevoort: Where Is The Cosmic Avenger Wendell Vaughn Quasar For Infinity?

Let’s see, the Avengers will be off planet when Thanos and his cosmic goons attack the Earth during Infinity.

Marvel’s answer is Luke Cage, Superior Spider-Man, She-Hulk, Blue Marvel, kid Power Man and Ultimate Spidey White Tiger?

I think it’s also been said that Daredevil will be thrown into the mix as part of Earth’s last line of defense as well as Loeb’s NINO Nova.

So is Marvel saying then that the Earth is doomed?

How about getting the Cosmic Avenger – the Avatar of Infinity – Wendell Vaughn Quasar into the loop?




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Avengers #8 Cover Features the Star Brand

Marvel revealed the cover for Dustin Weaver’s Avengers #8 where we see the Star Brand!

We know from other solicits that Jonathan Hickman is reviving the New Universe in some capacity, but exactly what and how much remains to be seen.

As a long time fan of Mark Gruenwald’s Quasar, I’m curious to see if there will be any references, as Gru featured the Star Brand with Wendell Vaughn bringing it to the Marvel Universe as a means to escape the New Universe. Eventually, the Living Tribunal intervened and banned the power; however, I have yet to read the Warren Ellis take, so not exactly sure how this could go.

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Who Is Cammi? Drax’s Sidekick Faces Annihilation In Avengers Arena


With the announcement that Marvel NOW’s Avengers Arena will be returning to us cosmic stars Darkhawk and Cammi, it makes us here in the CBN offices wonder if some of the complex story threads accompanying said characters might also return.

The fact that former cosmic editor Bill Rosemann, always a friend to CBN, is behind the book makes us feel good, and we are quite eager to see DH’s handling by creative team Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker.

What I – your trusty M.E., Byron Brewer – do not find particularly tasteful is this seeming gladiator mentality where young heroes battle to the death. Iron Man vs. Hulk, Thing vs. Sub-Mariner, OK. Mix it up. But even then, in the Marvelous Age of Marvel, it was never to the death.

And these are kids!

Cammi’s inclusion brings up some particular feelings, seeing as how she has been missing since the great sci-fi days of Annihilation. (Oh how we miss ’em!)

For the uninitiated – and that may be legion – Cammi was a 10-year-old elementary school student raised in Coot’s Bluff, Alaska. She lived with her mother Mavis, who had a problem with alcohol. Her father has been missing for quite sometime.

Around this time, the Omega Core Prison Transport Vessel, designated Dredge 01, departed from Earth en route for the Kyln prison planetoid located at the edge on the universe in the Crunch Cascade. Galactic-level gangsters known as the Brood Brothers were transferred into the Omega Core’s custody by Earth authorities. But before the Dredge 01 left the planet’s orbit, a singularity drive failure caused it to crash-land back on Earth outside of Coot’s Bluff.

Cammi and her friend Dex happened upon the five survivors of the crash: Drax, Paibok, the Blood Brothers and Lunatik. Tricking the (then) dim-witted Drax into thinking that she was his long-lost daughter Heather (Moondragon), Cammi goaded him into a fight with the Blood Brothers.

While waiting for a way to escape Earth, Paibok had grown tired of the feud between Drax and the Blood Brothers so he transformed himself into the likeness of Thanos and then impaled Drax through the head, seemingly causing his death. A strange occurrence soon followed. Cammi curiously claimed ownership of Drax’s dead body. The corpse began to smoke and melded into the ground beneath it. Later, a new version of the Drax entity bursts through the harden soil.


Paibok, Drax, Cammi and the surviving Blood Brother were taken into custody on the Omega Core Stockade Barge designated Dredge 02.

Cammi and Drax remained aboard Dredge 02 until it docked at the Xander Cluster, Tranta System, Andromeda Galaxy, on its way to the Kyln. At Xandar, the Omega Core Prison transport warden was forced to release Cammi and Drax because this new Drax’s genetic matrix readings did not match the originals recorded by the Omega Core.

While Cammi and Drax were awaiting their pending release, the great Annihilation Wave of the villainous Annihilus (natch) attacked the Xandar Cluster, destroying the prison.

Now stranded, Cammi and Drax began searching for transport off the planet, in the process running into Nova (Richard Rider version, the only acceptable version). Finding a Nova Corps Combat Cruiser, which was powered by the Nova Force that is stored inside of Rider, the companions traveled nine light years to the planet of Nycos, where they were met by the Protector of the Universe Quasar (Wendell Vaughn of Earth).

The heroes were attacked by Annihilus’ command section of the Annihilation Wave. Nova infected the Annihilation Waves’ command structure by using a virus developed by the Xandar’s World Mind. Cammi appeared piloting a rescuing Nova Corps Combat Cruiser. The infected vessels began to self-destruct, granting them safe passage out of the Xandar Cluster.

Cammi, Drax and Nova with the World Mind incorporated into his person then traveled into Kree space. They arrived on Daedalus 5 in the Greater Magellanic Cloud where Nova assumed leadership of the intergalactic resistance movement known as the United Front. Peter Quill, the former hero Star-Lord, served as Nova’s chief aide and strategist. Bolstered mainly by the local Kree Forces, the resistance also included the Skrull Talos, Ronan, Gamora and her Graces.

The UF’s greatest assets, though, were the former Galactus Heralds Firelord, Red Shift and Stardust. Their mission was to prevent the Annihilation Wave, launched in the Negative Zone, from advancing any further into our positive matter universe.

While on Daedalus 5, Drax was informed by Phylla-Vell, daughter of the Kree hero Mar-Vell, that Moondragon had been abducted by Thanos. She gave Drax a package containing her severed ear, which confirmed the story of Moondragon’s capture. Cammi asks if she can keep the ear. (See what we mean about Cammi? Corpses, ears?)

After a brutal battle with the Centurions from the Negative Zone, Drax leaves Cammi behind with the UF as he goes to rescue Moondragon. After single-handedly killing Thanos (and thus fulfilling his life’s mission, BTW), Drax returned with Moondragon.

Curiously, even though he later set out to find her in Guardians of the Galaxy, there has been no report of Cammi’s whereabouts since the previous events.

Now comes Avengers Arena which stars not only Cammi and Darkhawk, but also students from Avengers Academyand the Runaways cast in addition to new characters.

I trust Bill Rosemann. Marvel with cosmic characters – eh, well, let’s just say they have not won me back thus far with Bendis GotG and Loeb’s nuNova.

Good luck, Cammi.

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Joss Whedon Has A Full Cast of New Characters For the SHIELD TV Series


At the recent Toronto Film Festival, The Avengers director Joss Whedon not only spoke about James Gunn and the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, but also the new upcoming ABC S.H.I.E.L.D television series.

As we heard previously, the S.H.I.E.L.D series will feature new characters, ones that were not featured in The Avengers movie. Now, Joss Whedon gives MTV News an update in that he has the “full cast” and “framework” ready as well, and again mentions new characters.

“It’s new characters. It needs to be its own thing,” Whedon told MTV about S.H.I.E.L.D. “It needs to be adjacent [to the MCU] but you don’t want to do a show where you’re constantly going, ‘Iron Man just left, but he was totally here a minute ago.’ You want them to do their own thing.”

As MTV questioned, just what exactly is “their own thing?” Well, it seems the major difference between The Avengers and S.H.I.E.L.D. will be super powers, in that the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D have none (with examples being Agent Phil Coulson and Maria Hill).

” ‘Well, what does S.H.I.E.L.D. have that the other superheroes don’t? And that, to me, is that they’re not superheroes,” Whedon stated. “But they live in that universe. Even though they’re a big organization, that [lack of powers] makes them underdogs, and that’s interesting to me.”

Our pick to appear? S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Wendell Vaughn.

The Avengers movie assembles May 4th, 2012 and is directed by Joss Whedon, starring Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Chris Evans as Captain America, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk, Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye.

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An Almost Quasar Featured In Captain Ms. Marvel #3

The past issue of Captain Ms. Marvel #3 had a one page throwback featuring Captain Marvelous aka Ms. Marvel and “Mister Marvelous.”

Now, I really have no idea what’s going on here, but Wendell Vaughn Quasar fans know that he debuted as Marvel Man in Captain America #217. There’s some chatter in the forum as some folks thought this might be the Qster.

I do like what Dave Williams had to say in that it might be a throw away hook up between Carol and Wendell.

And regarding Captain Marvelous, that’s either some sort of Power Ranger or something from an Australian soap opera.

I don’t know, so what’s Kelly Sue Fraction trying to say here?


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