Marvel released a teaser image for The Champions, the new series featuring the younger heroes of the Marvel Universe. The issue arrives on October 5th. Are you in for this series, and the bigger arc of young people vs. old people? via Marvel
In the latest Marvel NOW! teaser image The Wasp and “some guy” are divided. I know, I know, “Stephen, that’s not “Some Guy” that is Foolkiller!” Foolkiller? Has the character really become that popular in the Mercs for Money that he deserves a big teaser share with The Wasp? It’s an interesting question, as most of the teasers about this event have featured a legacy character and a new guy/gal on opposite sides of the shattered image. Is that what the next big event will center on? via Marvel
One of the latest teasers for the upcoming Marvel NOW! has Black Panther and the Prowler on opposite sides of… something. Prowler is currently helping Spider-Man in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man written by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli, while Black Panther is taking up his own fight in his self titled series by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Chris Sprouse. via Marvel
Marvel’s brand new character, Mosaic is set to make his Inhuman debut in Uncanny Inhumans #11, and this new teaser indicates he may cross paths with Steve Rogers very soon. Will he expose Captain America’s Hydra secret? Mosaic will launch in October, and will be written by Geoffrey Thorne with art by Khary Randolf. Mosaic, former professional basketball player Morris Sackett, is now a disembodied entity who can inhabit the bodies of others, and access their memories, abilities, and personalities of those he inhabits. Kind of sounds like a Marvel take on Deadman… kinda?
If you didn’t read Marvel’s Free Comic Book Day issue, you missed out on the first teaser for the next big Spider-Man event. It kind of feels like Clone Saga, but the teaser GIF sent to us by Marvel, still has us hooked. via Marvel
Looks like Marvel is going to punch us up a bit with this whole Marvel NOW! thing. This new teaser tells us things may not be what they seem. via Marvel
CBS released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Star Trek series that will first debut on CBS before moving to the CBS streaming service.