Marvel is All-New All-Different in October, and that means new number ones! The publisher sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of New Avengers #1, that you can check out, after the jump.

NEW AVENGERS #1 (AUG150790)
Written by AL EWING
Art & Cover by GERARDO SANDOVAL
Variant Cover by MICHAEL CHO (AUG150791)
Hip-Hop Variant by ED PISKOR (AUG150792)
Blank Variant Also Available (AUG150793)
Bobby DaCosta a.k.a. Sunspot, now the leader of formerly evil super-science organization A.I.M. is about to change the world. And that starts with the new Avengers Idea Mechanics! A scientific global rescue squad of tomorrow’s heroes, operating outside the jurisdiction of any government. America doesn’t want them! S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn’t know what to do with them! But Sunspot, Squirrel Girl, Hawkeye, Wiccan, Hulkling, Songbird, Pod, Power Man & White Tiger might just be Earth’s last hope. New team! New mission! New Avengers! Welcome to Avengers Idea Mechanics.

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New Avengers #1 arrives October 14, 2015.

via Marvel

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2 Comments

  1. GeorgeDubya
    September 20, 2015 at 4:09 pm — Reply

    Ok. Here’s my issue with this. I like everyone on this time, I am a huge fan of each of them individually, and even the majority of the team as a whole, but I don’t like Squirrel Girl being on this team.

    I’m a fan of Squirrel Girl from the Great Lakes Avengers and from when she was the nanny for Luke and Jessica, but I don’t like her having an entire book of her own and being on a mainstream team. Granted, I’ve only read the first few issues of her solo series, but I feel putting her in the spotlight takes away from the mystique of her being the inexplicable ass-kicker that she was. It lends to ridiculous stuff like the Galactus issue, and turns SG into a Deadpool style joke.

    Just not my cup of tea. I’ll still be reading this, but I’m worried.

    • September 21, 2015 at 6:57 pm — Reply

      The thing about Squirrel Girl being this “inexplicable ass-kicker” as you describe her is that if she can easily defeat menaces like Thanos and Doctor Doom, why the hell haven’t the Avengers tried to recruit her in the first place?!

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