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The most popular characters. The most acclaimed creators. The most ambitious stories. This is the recharged Avengers NOW!.

This Fall, the Marvel Universe heads in an exciting and ambitious new direction as the industry’s top creators and brightest rising stars join the top Super Heroes – Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and more – to deliver the most exciting and energetic comics on the market with can’t miss all-new ongoing series!

“Avengers NOW! is the start of a Marvel Universe like you’ve never seen before,” says Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso. “With massive changes coming to some of our biggest characters, Avengers NOW! is ready to kick off a bold new era of the Marvel Universe and will certainly close out 2014 with a bang.”

It all starts this October when Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman bring the thunder in Thor #1. Bereft of his mighty magic hammer Mjölnir, Thor must contend with a new God of Thunder in the Marvel Universe – and she’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen before! Who is this new mysterious leading lady? Not even Odin knows! Prepare for a senses-shattering new beginning as the all-new Thor thunders her way through the Marvel Universe!

Then, Avengers NOW! soars to new heights in All-New Captain America #1! From superstar creators Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen comes the next evolution of the Captain America mythos. Drained of the Super-Soldier Serum, the frail Steve Rogers has handpicked his shield-wielding successor – Sam Wilson, the Falcon! But as the winged warrior assumes his new heroic mantle, he’ll have to contend with a gauntlet of Captain America’s most terrifying foes! Can the new, untested Captain America stand up to his predecessor’s most vile villains? Find out this November in All-New Captain America #1!


It only gets bolder from there as the billionaire playboy unleashes his dark side in Superior Iron Man #1! Rising comic stars Tom Taylor and Yildray Cinar craft an all-new tale of a Tony Stark you’ve never seen before! Releasing the dangerous Extremis technology to the citizens of San Francisco, he’ll transform the City by the Bay into the City of Tomorrow! But at what price? And what does a world look like when it’s consumed by technology? Find out this November in Superior Iron Man #1!

Once again, the biggest creators bring you the biggest characters in the biggest stories…and it’s happening NOW!

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  1. Starks Scraps
    July 18, 2014 at 2:01 pm — Reply

    Say what you want about this team but it has Medusa, Dr Strange, and Deathlok. That’s pretty amazing.

  2. Ian
    July 18, 2014 at 2:16 pm — Reply

    Kid Devil?

    • Starks Scraps
      July 18, 2014 at 2:50 pm — Reply

      The fire guy is Inferno, if that is what you are asking…

    • websnap
      July 18, 2014 at 3:09 pm — Reply

      Inferno – he’s a new Inhuman.

  3. JasonLeclair
    July 18, 2014 at 6:45 pm — Reply

    should be interesting. I actually will pick it up for the team interactions, there are some pretty big personalities in there that might clash. Like Angela and Medusa i can see some friction there.

  4. Luis Dantas
    July 19, 2014 at 12:21 am — Reply

    Whoever wrote that press release needs a refresher. Sam Wilson has been active as a superhero, often against many of the main Captain America foes, since the late 1960s. Calling him “untested” at this late date is a head-scratcher, and hints that the current editorial is not very familiar or appreciative of their own characters. Which is probably the truth.

    That said, this can be an interesting team to follow, I suppose. I wonder why they call them “Avengers”, though. I know I do not.

    • July 19, 2014 at 8:02 am — Reply

      Hopefully, they meant untested as Captain America or as a leader…

  5. Luis Dantas
    July 19, 2014 at 12:23 am — Reply

    Oh, and that bit about Tony “releasing his dark side” better be meant as irony. Some of us remember Civil War still.

    Granted, it has been seven years already, but come on. Our current plotlines are still very direct descendants of those that led to Civil War.

    • Frank Castle
      July 20, 2014 at 9:22 am — Reply

      Frankly, I hated how both sides were displayed in Civil War, enough that I haven’t really followed the Avengers or much of Marvel’s heavy hitters since. I dipped my toes back recently….but I guess that will be enough for a few more years (seeing how long stories build these days).

  6. Oldcomicfan
    July 20, 2014 at 6:01 am — Reply

    “ALL NEW” as in two retreads and a lot of old members mixed together? We must be using different dictionaries. You know that any superficial changes will only be temporary because otherwise they’d either have to field a different set of Avengers for the movies or waste a movie explaining all the changes. Not that incongruities have ever stopped Marvel from fielding three or four different sets of Avengers at any one time in the comics.

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