Fans who scored the first Alpha Flight Minimates box set at San Diego Comic-Con this past summer from Art Asylum, Diamond Select Toys and Action Figure Xpress will have a chance to double the ranks of their blocky Canadian superhero team this October at New York City Comic Con. Joining the first wave's Northstar, Guardian, Puck and Marrina will be Sasquatch, Snowbird, Talisman and Aurora Minimates. With
We are not the mainstream.
That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer. We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the
Northstar has been a big name in the news of late, what with the hero getting married to his boyfriend Kyle in this week's Astonishing X-Men #50, and now the rest of his Alpha Flight teammates can share in the spotlight to a degree with Action Figure Xpress announcing its San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Alpha Fligh
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Marvel Comics let loose a few key announcements at Fan Expo Canada this weekend, including the news that Fred Van Lente and Kyle Hotz were teaming for the five-issue Destroyers series, that Brian Wood would be writing an unspecified project for Marvel in 2012, and that Van Lente, Greg Pak and Dale Eaglesham's Alpha Flight has been upgraded to an ongoing.As demonstrated by early teasers this past week, Destroyers will see
Even if it's a sweeping generalization, Canadians have been doing pretty okay with the "nice" label for awhile. This summer even the friendliest Great White Northerners will be faced with the influence of Fear Itself, however, pitting the latest incarnation of Alpha Flight against its own government. Woe be to sweeping gener