The newest and boldest Marvel tales are going to be found in Marvel Comics Presents #1. At least that is what Marvel is telling us about the return of title.

“Marvel Comics Presents is the place to find hot new creators side by side with the superstars of today,” explained series editor John Barber. “We’ve got some stories you won’t believe, giving you insights into old favorite characters , as well as redefining some—like Guardian and Hellcat—for an exciting future.”

Take the jump for a sneak peek.

Written by Marc Guggenheim, STUART & KATHYRN IMMONEN,
Wraparound Cover by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL
Rated A

Each issue of Marvel Comics Presents will feature multiple stories and this extra-sized first issue features four—yeah, you heard us right—brand new stories all sealed in a gorgeous wrap-around cover by superstar J. Scott Campbell! Featuring Spider-Man, Hellcat and Weapon Omega (from the sold-out Omega Flight), this issue is packed with your favorites!

Marvel Comics Presents #1 arrives September 19 for $3.99.


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  1. For the most part this title seems like a dumping ground for characters not popular enough to support their own title.

    Also, the fact that Marvel cannot stop telling stories about Steve Rogers is proof enough that his story potential wasn’t tapped and that he’ll be back.

  2. Looking forward to this, but I think it’s funny that every publishers says, “Anthologies don’t sell!” and then they start putting them out.

    THis may just be a pick up for me, if nothing else, for the Hellcat story. Love me some ’70’s heroes!

    The Spider-Man page remindes me of the last few episodes of the cartoon series years ago, the one where he met all his paralle (sp?) versions and they had to save the universes.

    Confused by the last page. Is that the Starbrand somebody is brandishing?

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