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[Baltimore Comic Con 2015] The creators over at Marvel Comics discuss the aftershocks of...

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    Today at The Baltimore Comic Con, Marvel has revealed a little info about the aftermath of Secret Wars. The panel consisted of Frank Cho, Charles Soule, Greg Pak, and Frank Tieri who told us some things like the Hulk’s future, the expanding Inhumans population, and Black Knight. As most fans know, The Hulk is no longer Bruce Banner but he is now the Totally Awesome Hulk, Amadeus Cho who looks at the power of the Hulk as more of a gift rather than a curse. Frank Cho is doing the art and Greg Pak is on the writing for the book so that team should definitely make an interesting run of the series. Charles Soule, the busiest man in comics, has a lot of different things he wanted to talk about and the biggest thing is the Inhumans. They are going to be one of the main “beings” between the TV series Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. and the cinematic universe. He was asked if a mutant were to ingest the Terrigen Mist, would they also become an inhuman? He responded with a sly “maybe”. Frank Tieri was explaining that Black Knight would now be based in Weirdworld, a spin-off realm of the Secret Wars. Tieri also said that he wishes he could do more Space Punisher. What do you think about this new information? Let us know in the comments below!

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