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    Default CBR: Comics' Most Notorious No-Shows, Part 1

    From Grant Morrison's "Multiversity" to J. Scott Campbell's Spider-Man project, CBR runs down the 15 of the 30 most legendary announced-then-never-released comics ever, and the chances of their eventual publication.


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    Genndy Tartakovsky's Luke Cage mini-series? Anyone? Anyone?

    $3.99 IS TOO MUCH FOR A COMIC!

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    Let's not forget about Captain America: White.


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    I hope Sheemie's Tale sees the light of day at some point.

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    I thought Grant Morrison said something about Multiversity at SDCC at one of the New 52 panels. Someone asked about the New Gods, and Morrison said they'd be appearing in Multiversity "next summer." That prediction may or may not be accurate, but apparently it's still planned.

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    You forgot to close the italics when you updated Hotel Futurama.

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    Yes, Multiversity is still supposed to be coming out next summer the last I heard. Pretty sure Didio has confirmed that.

    American Power ! We'll never ever see it with Disney owning it. I wish they'd sell the rights to it to Dixon or someone so we could get it. I'd buy multiple copies.

    All Star Wonder Woman - This really should still happen, but it probably never will.

    Ben Raab was going to write a new Micronauts series for Marvel about 10 years or so ago. Dead. I know Devil's Due had it for about 8 issues or so. Wish someone would pick that or ROM back up again.
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    I guess Miracleman/Marvelman will be in the next 15.

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    Loeb + Sale: Captain America: White. There was a zero / preview issue 3+ or so years ago, but nothing since.

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    I read a Morrison interview today from last August that indicated Multiversity is still a going concern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony! View Post
    Genndy Tartakovsky's Luke Cage mini-series? Anyone? Anyone?


    No. Doubt.


    I have been waiting for this since it was announced, Genndy's a creative giant to me, I couldn't WAIT to get his take on the Marvel U.

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    Wasn't there a rumor that Batman: Europa was just an overly elaborate cover story regarding Jim Lee's head start on pencilling the DCnU Justice League book?

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    I wonder if the reason DC didn't comment on any of this stuff could be cause most people are gone for the holidays?

    Depending on when they tried to contact them, maybe you should have done this article after the holidays.

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    How about James Robinson and Howard Chaykin's The Silver Age?
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    Glad "American Power" was never made. We don't need another stupid piece of propaganda.

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