Featuring interviews with Brian Bendis, Dave Gibbons, Geoff Johns and more!
Wizard #209 has hit comic stands across the country and is jam-packed with features that you just have to check out! The issue contains a directors' commentary for Secret Invasion, first looks at the new "Wonder Woman" animated film, Street Fighter IV, DC Universe Online, interviews with Grant Morrison, Watchmen's Dave Gibbons, "Smallville's" Kristin Kreuk and feature articles about the Milestone universe, 100 Bullets.
Writer Jim McCann says of the upcoming New Avengers: The Reunion mini-series: "Hawkeye and Mockingbird are back together in the sense that they're both alive and on earth at the same time. They obviously have a lot of things to work out."
Brian Bendis references the early "Secret Invasion" hints in New Avengers in the director's commentary: "I specifically said fo rthe darker green and nothing cute or silly - scrape the cheese off the Skrull. It's difficult to be ominous and dead at the same time."
Bendis also discusses the New Avengers in the "Dark Reign" feature: "The New Avengers quickly figure out exactly who this team is and what shenanigans are afoot, and more than a couple of them are mighty offended by the use of their iconic imagery and copyrighted material being used to sell this slap in the face to all that is the Avengers."
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