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Comic-Con Veteran: The King of Kings
Project He'd Be Hyping: Everything and nothing. But mostly "Avengers."
Will It Happen: It's a big mystery! Marvel could always use the splash, but Marvel has at least a dozen potential ways to make that splash and if Joss and Company are simply too busy on "Age of Ultron" to get away, it's possible that a recorded message or a representative actor or two might suffice. But a representative actor wouldn't be able to do Joss' annual Ask Me Anything Ballroom 20 panel, which is always a true Comic-Con highlight. Since those AMAs typically become all about Joss discussing how busy he is and how he never sleeps and how he's working all the time, one of these years, he'll even be too busy for the San Diego trip. That will be sad.
- Daniel Fienberg