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Update 11:

  • Punisher
    Steve Dillon has become the Punisher artist now, after working with both Garth Ennis and Daniel Way on the character. And now it’s time for him to do the same with Becky Cloonan in a new All-New All-Different but basically Just-The-Same-And-That’s-What-We-Like Punisher series.


  • Nighthawk
    Nighthawk by David Walker and the ubiquitous artist TBA


  • International Iron Man
    International Iron Man, the second Iron Man title by Brian Michael Bendis, drawn by Alex Maleev


  • Hyperion
    Hyperion by Chuck Wendig and Nik Virella


  • X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever
    And X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever by Max Bemis and Michael Walsh, introducing new X-character introduces new mutant Bailey Hoskins… what planet he is on, we have no idea, but it will be out of continuity. And a Digital First comic…


Update 10:

  • Moon Knight
    From the Baltimore Diamond Retailer Summit, the announcement of Jeff Lemire and Greg Smallwood‘s take on Moon Knight, coming from Marvel in 2016….


  • X-Men ’92
    Announces at the Baltimore Diamond Retailer Summit, spinning out of Secret Wars, a new X-Men ’92 series starting next year from Marvel, from Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Alti Firmansyah.


  • The Infinity Entity
    Announced at the Baltimore Diamond Retailer Summit, The Infinity Entity, a mini-series from Jim Starlin and Alan Davis, to prepare for the upcoming Thanos: The Infinity Finale coming from Marvel, both for next year.


  • Mockingbird
    But it was announced that Chelsea Cain who wrote the recent Mockingbird SHIELD 50th Anniversary Special and managed to merge both her Marvel Comics ex-husband and her Marvel Studios ex-husband together, will be writing a Mockingbird ongoing series for Marvel, starting next year…


  • Silver Surfer
    This is the cover to the new Silver Surfer #1 that Mike Allred was showing off at Rose City Comic Con at the weekend.

    And it’s the one that can now be officially released by Marvel, to announce the return of Dan Slott and Mike Allred’s Silver Surfer in 2016, telling retailers at Baltimore Diamond Retailer Summit…


Update 9:

  • Rocket Raccoon And Groot
    “The first time around, I started [ROCKET RACCOON] out with a four-issue story arc; I enjoyed doing that but also felt antsy to tell more stories,” Young explains. “So after I finished the original story arc, I start writing more one and two-shots. I loved diving into new tales with each issue and really letting Rocket have some fun out in the galaxy. This time around, I’ll be sticking with that formula the whole time—really just leaning into the shorter stories. I think this helps our book stay open for new readers, offers something a bit different than the other longer arc books from Marvel and will let me give Filipe a ton of different fun things to draw. We all win!”


  • Gwenpool (Backup Story Included With Howard The Duck)
    The relaunch of Howard The Duck #1 for All-New All-Different Marvel was a $3.99 32 page comic.

    It is now a 40 page $4.99 comic.

    Because in the back will be a new Gwenpool story.


Update 8:

  • Patsy Walker AKA Hellcat
    This fall, Netflix will premiere its next Marvel series, Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as a failed New York-based superhero who reinvents herself as a private detective. We’ll also get to meet one of Jones’s chief allies: Patsy Walker (played by Transformers actress Rachael Taylor), a hero in her own right as Hellcat.

    Patsy is poised for a breakout beyond Jessica Jones. Marvel, which has been dramatically expanding and diversifying its comics roster over the past two years, continues apace with the launch of the female-led Patsy Walker, a.k.a. Hellcat!, written by Kate Leth and illustrated by Brittney Williams.

    Here’s the exclusive first look at the debut issue, due on shelves in December (although the new comic will not necessarily be treading the same ground as the show).


Update 7:

  • Guardians Of Infinity
    Marvel Comics has revealed Guardians of Infinity #1, the first issue of a brand new series featuring multiple generations of Guardians of the Galaxy. The series is written by Guardians fan favorite Dan Abnett, and features art by Carlo Barberi.

    Guardians of Infinity stars characters from Guardians 3000,as well as characters like Drax, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot from the modern team. In addition, the series will introduce a brand new team, the Guardians 1000. The series’ opening story arc will see all three versions of the Guardians of the Galaxy teaming up for cosmic adventure.

    To top it all off, each issue will feature a backup story by top Marvel Comics talents. Guardians of Infinity #1 kicks it off, with a Rocket Raccoon and The Thing team-up story by Jason Latour and Jim Cheung.


Update 6:

  • Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
    In 1978, Marvel comics published Devil Dinosaur, a story by Jack Kirby about a red Tyrannosaurus Rex and his caveman-like friend, Moon-Boy. The series itself was short-lived, but come this fall, the world will once again be introduced to the adventures of Devil Dinosaur — and this time, his companion won’t be a caveman named Moon-Boy, but instead, a pre-teen super genius named Lunella Lafayette…otherwise known as Moon Girl.

    Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is Marvel’s newest female superhero, and at the helm of the book are writers Amy Reeder (Madame Xanadu, Batwoman) and Brandon Montclare (Rocket Girl, Fear Itself: Fearsome Four), artist Natacha Bustos (Strange Sports Stories), editor Mark Paniccia and assistant editor Emily Shaw. According to Shaw, the genesis for Moon Girl came from a simple conversation between the creative team, when they realized Marvel had a limited number of characters that all ages could relate to.

    “Mark and I were talking about how whenever people come in with young kids, or even just for Mark’s own kids, we don’t have that many publications that we can give to people that have that broad reach,” Shaw explained to EW. “Generally, we’re skewing a little bit older with a lot of our titles and we wanted to create something that adults and kids could really love, like a Pixar feel. That’s where the tone jumped off for us.”


Update 5:

  • Black Knight
    Looks like comic fans need to make room for more than one "dark knight."

    This fall, Marvel is launching a new Black Knight ongoing series featuring the longtime swordsman Dane Whitman in a drastic different world with a dark shadow looming over him. Set in a post-Secret Wars Weirdworld, this "All-New All-Different Marvel" title is written by Frank Tieri and illustrated by Luca Pizzari.

    Tieri, who has written the Black Knight on several occasions in the past, describes this new Black Knight series as a long time coming and a cross between the dark, addictive tones of Breaking Bad and the modern medieval landscape of Game of Thrones.


Update 4:

  • Hercules
    Being one of the Marvel Universe's ageless beings often means confronting several lifetimes' worth of regret, but it also means it's never too late to atone and turn your life around, a lesson the Olympian demigod Hercules knows all too well. Over his centuries of life, he's done some good, but he's also misbehaved quite often.

    In November, writer Dan Abnett and artist Luke Ross launch a new ongoing "Hercules" series. In it, Herc attempts to turn over a new leaf and become the hero he once was and knows he can be again. It's a quest that will have the Avenger confronting the challenges that arise when modern day Manhattan and the myths of various ancient cultures collide.

  • Black Panther
    While King T'Challa -- the long-standing Marvel Comics superhero better known as the Black Panther -- is primed to join the ranks of Marvel moviedom very soon, it appears he'll get another chance at four-color glory first.

    This week in his regular Axel-in-Charge column on CBR, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso promised a new series for the Stan Lee/Jack Kirby creation as part of the ongoing All-New, All-Different lineup of series arriving in the wake of the publisher's "Secret Wars" event.

    Discussing the question of greater diversity in comics both on and off the page, Alonso had this to say, "The entire comic book industry benefits from greater diversity, my editors -- who are very racially diverse, by the way -- know that, and you'll see that throughout the 'All-New, All-Different Marvel' [initiative] that continues through February. I am very excited about the stuff we have planned -- especially 'The Totally Awesome Hulk' and 'Black Panther.' Yes, Black Panther."

Update 3:

  • Spider-Man/Deadpool
    "Spider-Man/Deadpool" is set to debut in fall of this year, and as the name suggests, it's set to feature something of a team-up between Spider-Man and Deadpool together -- though, of course, the inherent tension between the two may bring them to conflict. Marvel hasn't yet specified if the series is planned as an ongoing or miniseries; but a major surprise is billed for the last page of the first issue.

Update 2:
At a retailers only event on Friday, Marvel announced another 2 comics from the relaunch intended for retailers eyes only. Images from the events can be seen here.

  • Blade: The Hunter
    "There's a new hunter in town... and she's raising the stakes."


  • Spidey
    "Before he was amazing"


Update 1:

Here's the promotional images for 45 of the comics.

Original Post:

As we've previously covered, the Marvel Universe is officially dead. With the conclusion of the Secret Wars event a new universe will be created from the ashes. This is intended as a jumping on point for new readers. Marvel has confirmed that they will launch 55-60 new series to populate this new universe. Some of those titles have now been revealed:

  • Contest Of Champions
    Marvel, owned by Walt Disney, is launching a comic series this October built around Contest of Champions, a video game co-created with San Francisco-based Kabam. The comic will follow the story line of popular superheroes, like the military superhero Captain America and the web-slinging Spider-Man, who are kidnapped and forced to fight by a mysterious figure known as the Collector.


  • Ant-Man
    We’ve got a first look at Marvel’s new Ant-Man title, and it’s raising a lot of questions about the expert thief-turned-hero Scott Lang. As he's standing in the center of a gang of truly obscure villains, we have to ask, is this new Lang making good life choices? Or is this just a fantastic way to get a lot of lesser-known comic characters like Grizzly and Porcupine back in the spotlight? We interviewed "Ant-Man" writer Nick Spencer and editor Wil Moss in search of answers in this first look at "Ant-Man No. 1."


  • The Uncanny Inhumans
    Eight months will have passed between that monumental finale and the beginning of all Marvel's reboots — about 60 titles in all will re-start with fresh No. 1s — and something "mysterious" will have transpired in that time between the mutants and the Inhumans. Whatever it is, it will have landed Hank McCoy on the side of the royal family (something we didn't know before), as well as Johnny Storm (something we sort of did).


  • A-Force
    When we talk about female superheroes—how many of them there are, what jobs they're given to do, the way they dress—we're really talking about females, period. Over the last few years, the conversation about how well our girls in the sky are doing and what it means for us down on Earth has reached a fever pitch, thanks in large part to Marvel. They've rolled out a groundbreaking female Thor character, a hugely popular Spider-Gwen series, and a teenage Muslim Ms. Marvel—and today, they're unveiling the cover of the first book in their A-Force series, which revolves around an all-female superhero team, right here.

    Squad goals, you know? New hero Singularity is the star of the series—she arrives in the Marvel Universe during the aftermath of the Secret Wars. She-Hulk, Captain Marvel, Medusa, Dazzler, and Nico Minoru also show up in key roles. A-Force is the brainchild of writer G. Willow Wilson (who also writes Ms. Marvel) and Sana Amanat, Marvel's director of content and character development. I spoke with them about how female superhero status has changed over their careers—and what's next.


  • Totally Awesome Hulk
    Make the Hulk Totally Awesome. You’ll love him when he’s totally awesome.

    Though the Hulk is all smiles following Secret Wars, it's no joke. Marvel Comics will launch The Totally Awesome Hulk #1 this fall, from writer Greg Pak and illustrator Frank Cho. In the brand new series, the Marvel Universe will find itself with a jolly jade giant who isn't Bruce Banner. And while this all-new Hulk loves being a gamma-irradiated juggernaut, the rest of Marvel's heroes are less than thrilled.

    Who is this Totally Awesome Hulk? According to Pak, readers will find out right in the first issue--but the mysteries won't end there. Below, Pak and Cho chatted with about Totally Awesome Hulk's potential identity, what's going on with Bruce Banner, and what makes The Hulk totally awesome.


  • Squadron Supreme
    They’ve survived the destruction of their worlds and now they won’t let their new home suffer the same fate—no matter what it takes.


  • All-New All-Different Avengers
    The new Avengers, which were featured in a special story for this year’s Free Comic Book Day, will include other fresh faces beyond the new versions of Captain America and Thor. Marvel is looking to capitalize on the breakout success of Ms. Marvel, a Pakistani-Muslim teenager from Jersey City named Kamala Khan, whose comics were the company’s top digital sellers last year. Another new member, Nova (Sam Alexander, who has a Latino background), is also enjoying mainstream exposure as a key character on the popular Disney Infinity 2.0 videogame.

    The team will also feature Spider-Man, but not the classic Peter Parker incarnation of the character. Marvel made waves a few days ago when it announced that Miles Morales, a young man of black and Hispanic descent, would be the main Spider-Man in the Marvel universe. Now Morales will also be an Avenger.

  • Captain Marvel
    Fighter pilot-turned-superhero Carol Danvers—originally a.k.a. Ms. Marvel—has been one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Comics Universe since she was introduced in the late 1960s. But when she took up the mantle of formerly male superhero Captain Marvel in 2012 for a new series written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, she became a movement—her large, diverse group of fans, many new to comics, dubbed themselves the Carol Corps (and inspired their own comics series), and a Captain Marvel film is in development at Marvel Studios.

    In the comics, Captain Marvel is about to set off on a new mission, with a refresh of the series launching this fall. In what may be an initial shock to her devoted fans, DeConnick is leaving the title to focus on other projects, including a development deal that she and husband Matt Fraction have with Universal TV.

    But the team taking over the series have their own crossover bona fides: New Captain Marvel writers Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas are the showrunners for ABC's critically adored series Marvel's Agent Carter, featuring the badass British intelligence officer and superhero in her own right, introduced in the first Captain America film.

  • Spider-Gwen
    First, as hinted by a recent teaser image, she will be getting a series relaunch with a brand new Spider-Gwen #1 by the same creative team, writer Jason Latour and artist Robbi Rodriguez. Her comic will be one of ~60 new Marvel comics released as part of a line-wide relaunch after Secret Wars. While Secret Wars and Spider-Verse will be acknowledged in the relaunched comic, the series will largely pick back up where it left off, exploring the alternate universe of Earth-65 where Peter Parker died and Gwen Stacy became Spider-Woman.

  • Doctor Strange
    The Marvel Universe will get a little bit more magical and a little weirder this fall—and not in the shield or hammer way. In tandem with All-New All-Different Marvel, as many as 60 new #1 titles will be released, and among them is the return of the Sorcerer Supreme himself: Doctor Strange.

    The brand new series, written by Jason Aaron (Thor, Weirdworld) with art by Chris Bachalo (Uncanny X-Men, Incredible Hulk), will not only serve as a reinvention of the classic character but will also explore him in a deeper way than ever before. “This is a Doctor Strange who is going to get hurt real bad, real quick. And who is also going to make you feel things,” Marvel editor Nick Lowe explained to EW. “And not just think things, but feel things… hopefully a little bit of both.”

  • Spider-Man
    Comic book geeks’ spider senses are tingling.

    After battling evil-doers in an alternate comic book line, a popular biracial version of Spider-Man is getting a promotion to the official Marvel Comics universe.

    The first issue of the relaunched “Spider-Man” hits comic stores, tablets and smartphones this fall with more fanfare than a typical new series, because the hero under the mask is Miles Morales, the teen son of an African-American father and Puerto Rican mother.

  • Invincible Iron Man
    Tony's armor has gone through a constant state of evolution and refinement over the years. Most recently, he's been wearing a silver, liquid metal suit built around the Extremis 3.0 technology. However, he'll be returning to a more traditional red and gold design for All-New, All-Different Marvel. Bendis revealed that this armor can transform and mimic previous Iron Man incarnations as needed. It's basically a more versatile and convenient version of his early '90s-era Modular Armor.

  • Amazing Spider-Man
    “Your friendly neighbourhood just got bigger”.

  • Howard The Duck
    “Howard gets a new hat.”

  • Spider-Man 2099
    “Smack to the future” and I’m told with a very new look.

  • Nova
    “The family business”

  • Ms Marvel
    “Crushed it”

  • The Mighty Thor
    “The flesh may be weak but the thunder is strong.”

  • Hawkeye
    Such as Jeff Lemire and Ramon Perez, relaunching their already recently relaunched All-New Hawkeye as, simply, Hawkeye #1 in October.

    The noticeable difference being the prominence of an almost 1602-era Kate Bishop Hawkeye with what looks to be Old Man Barton from Mark Millar‘s Wolverine run.

    Interesting, as a much younger version of Hawkeye appears in New Avengers

  • Sam Wilson, Captain America
    Such as the relaunch of All-New Captain America as Sam Wilson, Captain America #1 by Nick Spencer and Daniel Acuna with Sam Wilson still in the red white and blue wings…

    But his relationship with Steve Rogers seems severely damaged. In fact we have a bit of a Civil War going on here.

    The tagline reads “Who do you stand with?”

  • New Avengers
    Such as the relaunch of New Avengers in October. Featuring Hulkling, Songbird, Hawkeye, Sunspot, new-look Black Widow and Wiccan – as Avengers Idea Mechanics. Not the usual think tank you might usually associate with AIM. Does Songbird appearing here mean no Thunderbolts and a different role for Citizen V?

    The tagline? “Avengers Idea Mechanics. We AIM to help.”

    UPDATE: Another source gets in touch. That’s not Black Widow, it’s Squirrel Girl…

  • Agents Of SHIELD
    And we have a very different looking Agents Of SHIELD with Marc Guggenheim taking over from Mark Waid and Battlepug‘s Mike Norton with the suggestion that SHIELD and Hydra will be getting into bed with each other…

    What with Ant Man and Silk, there must be something in the water…

  • Uncanny Avengers
    And we have a very different looking Uncanny Avengers indeed. By Gerry Duggan and Ryan Stegman, it purports to be a Deadpoolish take on the team.

    With Steve Rogers, Human Torch (maybe), Rogue, Deadpool, Spider-Man, Quicksilver, Brother Voodoo and more.

    The tagline reads “Fighting for Humanity, Inhumanity, Mutants and Deadpool”

  • Howling Commandos Of SHIELD
    Such as Howling Commandos Of SHIELD by Frank Barbiere and Brent Schoonover for October.

    We knew it was coming, just not the SHIELD bit… and we seem to get a revived Dum Dum Dugan along with it! Well, it is a supernatural series… made up of Googam, Man-Thing, Hit Monkey, Dum Dum, Teen Abomination, Elsa Bloodstone, Werewolf By Night, Manphibian and a new zombie – could it be Thunderbolt Ross?

    The tagline? “To fight the monster of the world… we need the monsters of the night.”

  • Venom: Spaceknight
    Such as Venom: Spaceknight by Robbie Thompson and Ariel Olivetti.

    Which kind of rhymes with Rom: Spaceknight. I wonder if that’s why they went for it? had mentioned we were getting a Spaceknights series this morning. Well, this looks like it. Venom has already gone cosmic with the Guardians Of The Galaxy series, now it’s time for him to strike out across the cosmos on his own…

  • Daredevil
    Such as Charles Soule and Ron Garney relaunching Daredevil starting in October. And guest-starring Gambit… as Daredevil’s new student.

    UPDATE: It’s not Gambit. I am told that it may look like Gambit, but it ain’t him. All the folk leaking stuff to me today think it is but it is not. A brand new character for Daredevil to tutor…

    The tagline? “The devil’s apprentice…”

  • Web Warriors
    So we have Web Warriors launched by Mike Costa and David Baldeon starting in October.

    Starring Spider-Gwen, with a bunch of other Spider-Men from various realities, including Spider-Man UK, Spider-Ham, Spider-Man Noir and Indian Spider-Man

    The tagline? “Defending the spider-verse…”

  • The Vision
    Marvel's the Vision is starting a family, and by starting, we mean buidling one.

    In October, Marvel launches the ongoing series The Vision by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta. In this newest addition into the company's "All-New All-Different Marvel" line-up, the long-time Avenger creates an android wife, two kids, along with a home in the suburbs (the android dog will apparently have to wait). But can someone like the Vision truly find the American dream?

    King calls The Vision a "back to basics" approach, harkening back to the character's roots with co-creator Roy Thomas in Avengers. In an exclusive first interview, King talks about the Vision's place at Marvel, his new family, as well as how the Vision's other families -- that of the Avengers and his-ex wife Scarlet Witch and their kids -- factor into this unique family drama.

  • The Illuminati
    The book features what looks like The Hood, Absorbing Man, Titania, Mr Hyde, Black Ant (Eric O’Grady) and more.

    Josh Williamson’s last outing for Marvel was the villainous Secret Wars Red Skull book . Could some of those team members carry over to this? And why is this the Illuminati rather than the Cabal?

    The tagline? “Forever Evil”. Hey, I’ve heard that before…

  • Spider-Woman
    Such as Spider-Woman by Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez for October.

    And she appears to be in the family way. Marvel’s conceit of Eight Months Later for the relaunch seem to most visibly affect her.

    The tagline? “Parent by day. Hero by night.” I’d be worried about babysitters.

  • The Ultimates
    It’s a rule. The Ultimates series has to be written by a Brit to be successful. But don’t be looking for Ultimate Universe characters… we have Black Panther, Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, Ms America Chavez and Galactus.

    Hmmm. A clever way to rebrand Mighty Avengers? Could be…

    The tagline? “Ultimate problems need ultimate solutions.”

  • Carnage
    And this is one I really wasn’t expecting. A new Carnage series by veteran creator Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins. featuring the serial killer-turned supervillain. Conway has already given us The Punisher, his journeys with a immoral character as protagonist. is a strong one.

    The tagline? “Descent into madness.”

  • Scarlet Witch
    We’ve already had a Vision series. Might as well get Scarlet Witch one too. Though none for Quicksilver… We know the writer is James Robinson and the covers are by Kevin Wada but no word on the internal artist yet.

    The tagline? “Seeing red…”

  • Silk
    Such as the relaunch of Silk #1 by Robbie Thompson and Stacy Lee. And just as Ant-Man is going bad guy, apparently, so it seems is Silk.

    “The Sinister Silk” as the tagline has it…

  • Karnak
    Warren Ellis and Gerardo Zaffino launch Karnak #1, featuring the master Inhuman strategist in his own series for the first time, for October.

    Everyone start freaking out now.

    The tagline? “The flaw in all things..”

  • Angela: Asgard’s Assassin
    Such as Marguerite Bennett, Kim Jacinto and Stephanie Hans relaunching Angela: Asgard’s Assassin in October.

    She may still be Asgard’s Assassin, but she now appears to have dominion over Hades…

    The tagline? “Hel hath a new fury..”

  • Uncanny X-Men
    Such as Cullen Bunn and Greg Land relaunching Uncanny X-Men, starting in October. Land last drew Uncanny X-Men when Kieron Gillen was the writer.

    But who will our Uncanny X-Men be? It seems it’s Magneto, Sabretooth, Psylocke, Mystique and Fantomex. Quite a change. A rather bloodthirsty change. And a continuance of Bunn’s Magneto series, it seems.

    The tagline? “Bigger threats require more threatening X-Men.”

  • Extraordinary X-Men
    In the eight-month gap in between the closing chapter of "Secret Wars" and the first issue of "Extraordinary X-Men," a new series from writer Jeff Lemire ("All-New Hawkeye," "Animal Man") artist Humberto Ramos ("Amazing Spider-Man") and colorist Edgar Delgado, something big will have happened between the Inhumans and the mutants. The Terrigen Mists will start affecting mutants in an unforeseen way and a number of the X-Men's heavy-hitters -- including Cyclops -- will have vanished. A new team led by Storm and comprised of both new and old versions of iconic X-Men will emerge and kick off what Lemire -- as revealed in this exclusive interview with Comic Book Resources -- hopes will be a run to remember.

  • All-New X-Men
    Such as Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley relaunch All-New X-Men, starting in October.

    So Bendis may be gone, but his influence with Mark Bagley will be felt. With the young Beast, Cyclops, the X-23 Wolverine, Iceman… and Archangel. And no Jean. And rather than a Blackbird? A VW camper van…

    The tagline? “On a mission to make their own future”.

  • Deadpool
    Such as Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne being the new Deadpool creative team, with Tony Moore on covers, starting in October. And, by the look of things, somehow bringing Marvel’s merc with a mouth back from the dead.

    Well, they do have the Walking Dead co-creator doing covers – could that explain things?

    The tagline? “More Deadpool than you want”. That can’t ever be true…

  • Wolverine
    Such as Tom Taylor and David Lopez being the new Wolverine creative team, starring Wolverine clone X-23 as the lead character.

    The tagline? “Best there is at what she does”.

    Well, I won’t argue with those claws, would you?

  • Old Man Logan
    Such as Jeff Lemire and Andrea Dorrention being the new Old Man Logan creative team, starting in October.

    Starring the elderly version of Wolverine from a parallel future universe, as created by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven and recently revived for Secret Wars.

    The tagline? “Older. Wiser. Sharper”.

  • Guardians Of The Galaxy
    Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 being relaunched by Brian Michael Bendis and Valerio Schiti with a new #1.

    The team includes Venom, Thing, Drax, Rocket – and a female Star Lord?

    It seems so. Things really have changed in eight months. But no sign of Gamora or Angela… And the tagline reads “The racoon’s in charge”, so no one get any ideas above their station, apparently. Apart from Rocket.

  • Gamora
    We were the first to tell you about a Gamora ongoing comic by screenplay writer Nicole Perlman last year. But since the official announcement at New York Comic Con, nothing. Rocket Raccoon, Star Lord, even Groot now have their own series, and there are three Guardians monthlies. But of Gamora’s own book? Not a peep.

    Well, at the Marvel panel today at ECCC in Seattle, editor Mike Marts confirmed that the series is happening, but will be published after Secret Wars, so as not to get lost in the event.

    Basically, it’s late. But is coming.

  • Star-Lord
    While Star-Lord #1 by Sam Humphries, no known artist and Dave Johnson on covers. And someone who could be Peter Quinn – they have a name tag – but could be anyone.

    Could this be the hiding place of Abigail Brand from SWORD perhaps?

    Taglne? “Feels like the first time. Feels like the very last time.”

  • Groot
    Come to think of it, how did Groot and Rocket Raccoon meet and become a team?

    These questions and more are about to be answered, gentle reader of tree-based paper comics (and tree-friendly digital ones), because Marvel is giving Groot his own standalone comic-book.

    Following the astonishing success of "Rocket Raccoon," whose issue #1 was the bestselling comic last July, a record-setting month for comic-book publishing, Marvel Comics is set to publish his partner in pulp's very own ongoing series, which will find the two briefly separated — but also explain how they came together in the first place.

  • Drax
    “Best in the galaxy”

Will you be picking up any new comics in Marvels All-New All-Different line?
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