There are a lot of Avengers teams running about in the last ten years or so, but only a very few have been as unconventional as this one is set up to be. Just how wildly will Roberto “Sunspot” DaCosta change the Avengers status quo? Your Major Spoilers review of New Avengers #1 awaits!
Today during a panel regarding the future of Marvel‘s most popular cross-media superhero team it was announced that the All-New All-Different Avengers would launch in October with a 0-issue. Avengers #0 will be an anthology book sold for $5.99 that sets up other titles and teams spinning out of these stories. It is to be co-authored and co-arted by the creative teams involved. Avengers #0 will features stories and team members from All-New All-Different Avengers, A-Force, Squadron Supreme, Ultimates, New Avengers and Uncanny Avengers. Additionally, Avengers #0is also set to reveal which character from the Marvel U has been keeping close watch on the Avengers and how threatening they
Press Release Who is Rabum Alal? He who set off a chain of events that has led to the systematic destruction of every single universe and the death of everything. But what is the identity of this mysterious destructor? The question that has alluded all will finally be answered this March in the pages of NEW AVENGERS #31 – from blockbuster writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Kev Walker!
Press Release This September, leap into tomorrow as the Marvel Universe fast forwards 8 months in AVENGERS #35 and NEW AVENGERS #24! All-Star artists Jim Cheung & Mike Deodato join New York Times Bestselling writer Jonathan Hickman for two oversized issues taking readers to the battle-worn Marvel Universe of tomorrow. But how could this all happen?
During our Dueling Review of Infinity #1, Stephen and I had some issues with the difference between Kirkman and Hickman, but the main gist of it is this: Thanos is headed for Earth, the Avengers simply are not ready for him, and pretty much everything is going to die screaming in the flames. So, we got that going for us… which is nice, y’know. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Since giving up the title of Sorcerer Supreme, Stephen Strange has been more of a plot device than a super hero. He had his moments in the spotlight, particularly in Defenders, but now the good doctor has to embrace his inner action hero as he faces off single-handedly against the Avengers as volume 2 of the New Avengers comes to a close. It’s the end of the book as we know it. And how do I feel about it? Find out after the jump.
Or – “Combining Five Old Things = The Next Big Thing!” Norm-O is out of prison, teamed up with a coterie of scum and villainy, ready to once again launch his one good idea scrambled up to look different than before. If the Marvel Universe were a call center, he’d clearly be the one in charge…