What to Expect from the new MARVEL Universe

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
What to Expect from the new MARVEL Universe
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The entire MARVEL universe has been torn apart and pieces of it were patched together into what is now known as “Battleworld” due to the final incursion during the ongoing eight-issue event called “Secret Wars”. However, once “Secret Wars” is finished, what will be happening to the MARVEL universe that everyone loves? Aside  from the hints and announcements that have been dropped on the official MARVEL website, Today, July 1, 2015, MARVEL will be releasing a preview magazine which previews all the new titles that will be hitting the shelves come this October, under the heading “All New, All Different MARVEL”, and Comic Book.com has supplied fans with what the MARVEL universe will be like thanks to a handy rundown of the titles, the characters involved in each, and the creative team of each. Read on to learn more about this “All New, All Different MARVEL” universe and what is in store for each True Believer.

First off, Marvel has already announced several books that will be hitting the stands come this October.

“A-Force”, written by G. Willow Wilson and with art by Jorge Molina, will feature characters such as She-Hulk, Dazzler, Nico Minoru and other fan favorites.

Tony Stark will still be the “Invincible Iron Man” under the reins of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Marquez.

“Captain Marvel” will still be around with more adventures in outer space, according to the with Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas writing, and with art by Kris Anka.

The official website teased the appearance of an all-new, “Totally Awesome Hulk.” It will be written by  “Planet Hulk” writer Greg Pak, and will be drawn by Frank Cho.

Writer Jason Aaron will be pairing up again with artist Chris Bachalo for a new “Dr. Strange Book.” Charles Soule will be penning an “Uncanny Inhumans” book. It will have a team line-up consisting of Johnny Storm’s The Human Torch, The X-Man Beast, Black Bolt, Medusa, Reader, and Triton. It will be drawn by Steve McNiven.

Tony Stark’s Iron Man will be assembling the new “Avengers.” It  will consist of Ms. Marvel (Kamala Kahn), Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Vision, Nova, and the current Captain America and Thor under the reins of Mark Waid and artists Adam Kubert and Mahmud Asrar.

A “Squadron Supreme” will also be present with a roster which includes Hyperion, Nighthawk,  Doctor Spectrum of the Great Society and more. This book will be written by James Robinson, and will be drawn by Leonard Kirk

The website announced that “Spider-Gwen” will be returning with its own universe with Jason Latour writing, and with Robbi Rodriguez doing the book’s art.

The previews supplied by Comic Book.com also provided more insight as to what the new MARVEL universe will be like thanks to MARVEL’s newest previews.

The “Spider” characters will all be returning in full force, beginning with Brian Michael Bendis’ “Spider-Man”, with art by Sara Pichelli, which features Miles Morales as the new Spider-Man. “Silk” will be written by Robbie Thompson with art by Stacey Lee; and “Spider-Woman” will be introducing a quite pregnant Jessica Drew in a book that will be written by Dennis Hopeless, with art by Javier Rodriguez.

The “Amazing Spider-Man” will also be around, with Dan Slott writing and with Giuseppe Camuncoli doing the art. According to ComicBook.com. “Spider-Man 2099” will also be around which will be written by Peter David, and with art by Will Sliney.

There will also be a “Web-Warriors” book which will be written by Mike Costa, with art by David Bildeon.

Going back the team led books, there will be an “Uncanny Avengers” book which will be written by Gerry Duggan and art by Ryan Stegman. It will feature Spider-Man, Quicksilver, Brother Voodoo, Steve Rogers, Rogue, Deadpool, and several other new characters.

There will also be a “New Avengers” book written by Al Ewing and art by Gerardo Sandoval, whose team will feature Sunspot, Squirrel Girl, Hawkeye, Hulking, and Wiccan.

There will also be an “Ultimates” team whose members will include Captain Marvel, Miss America, Blue Marvel and Monica Rambeau. This will be written by Al Ewing with art by Kenneth Rocafort.

There will also be an “Illuminati” book which looks like it will consist of villains such as The Red Hood, and the Absorbing Man, and will be written by Josh Williamson, with art by Shawn.

A MARVEL game will also be coming to life with Al Ewing’s “Contest of Champions,” which will be drawn by Paco Medina.

“Guardians of the Galaxy” will be written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Valerio Schiti. It will feature old favorites and new members, such as Venom and the Thing.

“Drax” will be written by CB Bunn and Cullen Bunn, and “Star-Lord” will be written by Sam Humphries with art by Dave Johnson. Venom will also be getting a book called “Venom: Spaceknight,” and will be written by Robbie Thompson with art by Ariel Olivetti.

“Nova” will continue his space adventure with Sean Ryan and with art by Cory Smith; and “Carnage” will drive everyone mad with Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins.

“Deadpool” is back for more fun, with Gerry Duggan writing, and with art by Mike Hawthorne.

S.H.I.E.L.D. will also be back with a book of its own written by Marc Guggenheim and art by Mike Norton. The “Howling Commandos of S.H.I.E.L.D.” will feature Dum Dum Duggan, Werwolf by Night and other creatures from writer Frank Barbiere and artist Brent Schnoover.

“Angela: Asgard’s Assasin” will be back with Marguerite Bennet writing the book and with art by Kim Jacinto and Stephanie Hans.

The Man Without Fear will also be back with writer Charles Soule and art by Ron Garney, while “The Vision” will be written by Tom King, with art by Gabriel H. Walta.

“Ant-Man” will have more adventures with his associates with writer Nick Spencer and artist Ramon Rosanas, while Chip Zdarsky and artist Joe Quinones will continue providing humor with “Howard the Duck.”

Sam Wilson will be back under the helm of Nick Spencer and artist Daniel Acuna; while Jane Foster’s “The Mighty Thor” will be handled by Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman.

“Hawkeye” will be back with two Hawkeyes in a series written by Jeff Lemire and art by Ramon Perez. Kamala Kahn will continue on as “Ms. Marvel” with G. Willow Wilson and Takeshi Miyazawa and Adrian Alphona.

“Karnak” will be written by Warren Ellis with art by Gerardo Zaffino; and a slew of X-Men books, including “Old Man Logan” written by Jeff Lemire, with art by Andrea Sorrentino will be sure to satisfy any X-Men fan.

“Extraordinary X-Men” will be written by Jeff Lemire, with art by Humberto Ramos and will feature Storm, Iceman, Colossus, Magik, Nightcrawler, Old Man Logan and a young Jean Grey.

The “Uncanny X-Men” will consist of Magneto, Psylocke,Fantomex, Mystique and Sabretooth and will be written by Cullen Bunn with art by Greg Land.

“All New X-Men,” which includes Wolverine (X-23), Beast, Angel, young Cyclops and Iceman will be written by Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley.

Last but not the least, there will be a brand new Wolverine, as X-23 will take over the mantle, and will be in a book written by Tom Taylor with art by David Lopez.

How do you like the new line up? Which will you read? Let us know in the comments below!

And that was the update on the new titles for the new “All New, All Different MARVEL” line.

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About the author

Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.