@stahlflamme: Spider-Gwen will still be living in her own universe. She'll just have the means to travel to other universes from time to time. According to solicits in December from Spider-Verse, she has a device that allows this.
Dude, he answered your question. Thor is on the first cover. She's behind Coulson and Spider-Woman, and under Spider-Man. Why are you being such a jerk when there is no reason to? Feartheliving told you she was there. Nothing smartass about it.
They should've brought in George from the beginning. They don't make hacks bigger than Zack Snyder.
Yeah, I would have loved a Miller Superman film, but not if it's a take off of MOS
You never know; just because a new director is coming in on something already established doesn't mean he can't make something great and fun out of it. At least wait until there's a trailer to see if Miller can take it in the right direction. He may surprise us all.
I'm always amazed how prejudice people can be when it comes to creating new characters or passing mantles to others who are diverse or stuff like that. Have we really learned nothing? People, if you want to complain about the addition of a new character named Moon Girl connected to Moon-Boy, then you also have to complain about Barbara Gordon or Cassandra Cain or Stephanie Brown being introduced as Batgirl due to their connection to Batman. It's only fair.
Seriously, why is there such hatred against new, diverse characters? If you all don't want new characters then tell DC and Marvel to stop making comics entirely and go back and only read the old stories as all there is. No more stories. That's what it seems you all want.
But I hope this does well. The premise and characters are very intriguing.
At least if he's only used once this season, it shows that they cared enough to save what so many people have come to enjoy from Constantine. People, if we want him to have more appearances, we need to do it with our views, good reviews, and possibly money. We need to show support so they'll know we want him to continue to make appearances and possibly grow into something bigger from there.