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The Best of Comic-Con 2011

The three coolest things we saw come out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

By / Posted on 27 July 2011

The biggest media expo of the year, San Diego Comic-Con International, was this past weekend and it was… pretty sedate. No real major announcements, no big surprises, no incredible upsets. DC announced that they’re still unsure as to whether Wonder Woman will wear pants or shorts and Marvel announced that X-Men and Spider-Man comics will be available digitally the same day as their print counterparts, Joss Whedon confirmed long-accepted rumors that there will be a second season of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, and AMC showed off a trailer for the second season of their biggest original program ever, The Walking Dead. Still, amongst all of this blandness and tepid confirmations of things we already knew, there were a few things worth getting excited about. Here are our three favorite things to come out of Comic-Con, all of which were pretty much eventualities anyway:

The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra

Nickelodeon debuted the trailer for their new miniseries sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender, and it looks expectedly awesome:

Taking place 70 years after the series finale of Avatar, this new series follows Korra, a girl from the Southern Water tribe who fills the role of Avatar after Aang. She is clearly already an accomplished water- and firebender, now she just needs to learn airbending… too bad Aang was the last of the airbenders. Good thing Aang and Katara’s son, Tenzin, is an airbending master and ready to help his reincarnated father.

By far, the most exciting thing about this trailer is the modernity of the environment. Just look at that architecture, at those fashions! Civilization has grown in leaps and bounds thanks to 70 years of peace and prosperity after Aang and Zuko ended the war. The atmosphere and energy shown in this trailer is a radical shift from anything seen in three seasons of The Last Airbender, so it will be a thrill to see exactly how the world has changed as a result of the previous Avatar’s actions. Plus, check out Korra’s sweet wolf-bear!


Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples's 'Saga'Beloved scribe Brian K. Vaughn announced his next comic book, an ongoing space epic called Saga. The book will be published by Image Comics under Robert Kirkman’s Skybound banner (home of Kirkman’s immensely popular Invincible and The Walking Dead comics). Saga will be illustrated by Fiona Staples, who recently provided the gorgeous painted covers for DV8: Gods and Monsters. Vaughn has previously played nice with Marvel (The Hood, Runaways, Ultimate X-Men) and DC (Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, Pride of Baghdad), so transitioning to the strictly creator-owned Image is a welcome change of pace that guarantees the book will absolutely do only what Vaughn wants it to do and never feel pressured by marketing. Not much else is known about the book so far, but really, all you need to know is it’s a new Brian K. Vaughn book, which means it will be brilliantly paced, intensely dramatic, and lovingly human. It’s also his first ongoing since Runaways, as Y and Ex Machina were always finite stories. We are buying every issue.

Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3

Phoenix Wright in Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3Surprise, surprise, Capcom took a successful fighting game and incrementally updated it to make people buy the game again. While there are sure to be a number of gaming tweaks, including improved character balancing and a new spectator mode, the real draw is a dozen new fighters, bringing the character roster up to a neat 50. Ghost Rider and Strider are fan favorites and welcome additions, but the star of the show is Capcom’s Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright.

The plucky young defense attorney had been considered for Capcom’s previous Vs. game, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, but cut when the designers couldn’t think of any moves beyond simply pointing out his finger and shouting “OBJECTION!” Phoenix’s inclusion in this game, however, means they must have figured something out. We’re thinking the attorney will play similar to Resident Evil‘s Jill Valentine did in MvC2 by having most of his special moves be to call in support. Prosecutor Franziska Von Karma and her lethal bullwhip are an obvious choice, but also a coffee cup projectile from master Prosecutor Godot, a psychic attack from any of the magatama-wearing Fey ladies – Mia, Maya and Pearl – or a forensic-enabled stat boost from detective Emma Skye. When the chips are down and the odds are against you, call in the judge for a super-sized gavel of swift justice. He’s an anime defense attorney engaging in fisticuffs with American superheroes, you didn’t expect any of this to be remotely realistic, did you?

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Derrick Sanskrit has produced critically-acclaimed work as an artist and writer for Nerve, Babble, Pitchfork, The Onion and the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, among others. He founded The Pop Aesthetic during the coldest months of his life in 2010.