Investors in Marvel Enterprises
So perhaps we can forgive the Street's rather rude reception to the news, sending the stock down a tick on an otherwise green day for the market. Hey, maybe I'm not the only one wondering about the quality of Marvel's new partner. Clicking on the Blade Trinity section of the Mforma website, I was told that, upon purchasing the upcoming mobile game, I "must can save the planet from becoming a vampire infested wasteland."
Mforma must should fix this right away. It might could make the company seem unprofessional, despite the fact that it works with entertainment bigwigs such as Viacom
Although details weren't released, it's hard to imagine this being a bad deal for Marvel. In addition to putting Activision
While this deal may not give Marvel an immediate bump to the top or bottom lines, there are great opportunities for promotional synergies, and stockholders should take heart in the fact that the firm's relatively new overseas staff is looking toward the future. As anyone who's held the company since it was first a Stock Advisor pick knows, Marvel's pennies and nickels add up.
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Seth Jayson isn't even interested in bowling on his phone. At the time of publication, he owned shares of Marvel Enterprises, but had no positions in any other firm mentioned. View his stock holdings and Fool profile here. Fool rules are here.