Le gasp, an update! On The (Real) Scratch Pad? What the hell is this bullshit!? Horrible jokes aside, since the entire Scratch Pad crew is pretty aware that we’ve done jack-all on this site for a month, we decided to come together and share our thoughts on some of the happenings that occurred at SDCC last weekend. We don’t discuss everything, obviously, but we do talk about all the Marvel stuff and The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra. There is also some discussion of the Green Lantern film. Finally, we all decided to save the DCnU stuff for later, so keep an eye out for that. As usual, I’m silent as hell while Tetris, Don, and Sketch do all the talking. Oh, and Dragonpiece is in this as well.

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Four Marvel live-action series were announced, including "A.K.A. Jessica Jones" and "Cloak and Dagger."

Jeph also announced an Incredible Hulk team series called "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H," on which Paul Dini will be writing.

We're given more information on both the new Spider-Man cartoon and the next season of Avengers: EMH.

The Avengers is given a release date of May 4th, 2012.

Amazing Spider-Man gets a trailer and a release date (July 3rd, 2012).

Dark Knight Rises also gets a trailer and is given a July 20th, 2012 release date.

Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Animation has graced us with some Green Lantern: The Animated Series footage, but refused to give us a premiere date beyond 2012. However, it will likely premiere along with Young Justice season two on the DC Nation block in March.

We finally have a The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra trailer and a crap-load of information, but unfortunately, that information doesn’t include the premiere date, which is still a vague 2012. In any case, don’t you worry your pretty little heads: it will be airing on the main Nickelodeon channel and two seasons are in production (26 episodes in total). There’s more info here.

Lego got the licenses for the entire DC and Marvel universes.

Not only is there a Ben 10 theatrical film in the works, but a CGI TV-movie as well, which will take place shortly after the original series.

Generator Rex/Ben 10: Ultimate Alien crossover is set for Thanksgiving.


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