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While DC Comics attempts to play catch-up with their “Divergence” marketing campaign, highlighting new and more diverse status-quo switch-ups along with some #1 issues, Marvel Comics continues to kick ass with more awesome comic books. After Secret Wars, an epic event comic from Jonathan Hickman that changes up the continuity by mashing together the Ultimate and 616 universes, Marvel is coming out guns blazing with the “All-New, All-Different” line of comics. Sure, it’s a little wordy, but it sure is exciting.
Here are six reasons you should be pumped for the new face of Marvel comics.
Diverse casts and all-star creators make up new Avengers books
There are two new Avengers books launching in this new line-up, those being A-Force and All-New, All-Different Avengers. A-Force, which we got a taste of in the Secret Wars tie-in miniseries, is about an all-female Avengers team, with She-Hulk, a character whose dedicated series was sadly canceled, »
- Matthew Petras
Over the past week or so, Marvel has gradually been unveiling its upcoming post-Secret Wars relaunch, releasing details of its ‘All New, All Different’ titles set to arrive this fall. Well, after a few leaks today, the publisher has now decided to release the covers for all of the upcoming titles, which you can see right here. And no, we still don’t know the identity of The Totally Awesome Hulk…
Here’s a full list of all the titles and creative teams…
Venom: Spaceknight #1
W: Robbie Thompson A: Ariel Olivetti
W: Al Ewing A: Kenneth Rocafort
Web Warriors #1
W: Mike Costa A: David Baldeon CA: Juian Totino Tedesco
Spider-Man 2099 #1
W: Peter David A: Will Sliney CA: Francesco Mattina
W: Dennis Hopeless A: Javier Rodriguez
W: Charles Soule A: Ron Garney
“The devil’s apprentice”
Howling Commandos of S. »
- Gary Collinson
So as we get more and more into Secret Wars Marvel is showing us all the characters that are making it out into the new universe. Now I already talked about Miles Morales getting his own title as Spider-Man but since then I’ve gotten emails about five other books debuting this fall.
Doctor Strange #1 brings back Stephen Strange as the Sorcerer Supreme facing off against new deadlier threats and realizing to be up to the task his tactics need to change. One change, he's getting a big axe. Also that ax looks very familiar maybe it’ll be related to Bloodaxe or Ares. But anyway I’ve always liked the character and with the title will be helmed by Jason Aaron on writing duties and Chris Bachalo on the writing.
Spider-Gwen #1 is bringing back the wildly popular character that has sparked more cosplays than I’ve ever seen. Seriously it’s an awesome costume. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason The X)
He’s no longer just incredible – he’s totally awesome! Marvel Entertainment has announced that Greg Pak and Frank Cho are teaming up for The Totally Awesome Hulk, a new ongoing series that will take place in the ‘All New, All Different’ Marvel Universe and see a different character taking on the persona of the Green Goliath – although they’re keeping their identity under wraps for the time being…
“The new Hulk absolutely loves being the Hulk and that might create monumental problems for him and all the heroes and villains he comes into contact with,” Pak tells Comic Book, with Cho adding that: “There will be no mystery about the Hulk’s identity once the book hits — you’ll find out who the new Hulk is on page one. And it will indeed be totally awesome, and it will fuel everything that happens in the story. But there will »
- Gary Collinson
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