Marvel Just Revealed Its Entire "All-New, All-Different" Comic Universe

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Whoa. We’ve been getting dribs and drabs of reveals for Marvel’s upcoming universal reboot over the past week, but it looks like the jackpot has just hit: Comics retailers across the world have received previews for 45(!) of Marvel’s new series, and it sounds like it’s a whole lot of crazy.

The previews book leaked out late last night, and now scans of each new cover sent to retailers have hit the web, presumably spoiling many of the incoming exclusive announcements Marvel have been doling out for their comics lately (or perhaps more likely, that they were going to splurge out on at San Diego Comic-Con next week). But leak or otherwise, it seems like there’s a huge amount of change coming to the MCU, even if it seems like its overall structure may not be too different from what we’re used to.

Each cover comes with a tagline teasing the plot each series is going through, and it looks like Marvel will be using that 8-month gap between the end of Secret Wars and the start of this universe to bring about some twists that run the whole gamut of good-sounding, bad-sounding, and just plain weird. Spider-Woman, for example, is now heavily pregnant and balancing her hero duties with being a future-single-parent. The Vision is getting his own solo series. Peter Parker is back, as expected, in The Amazing Spider-Man to accompany Miles Morales’ new standalone series—and speaking of Spiders, several multiversal heroes from the recent Spider-Verse event are getting their own series, Web Warriors.


Aside from X-23 becoming the new Wolverine (and what looks like Kate Bishop becoming the new Hawkeye, up against an older Clint Barton from the Old Man Logan comics), it looks like Kitty Pryde is assuming the mantle of Star-Lord for a new Guardians of the Galaxy team starring The Thing as well. It even seems like some of Marvel’s heroes are turning rogue—both Scott Lang’s Ant-Man and Spider-hero Silk’s covers imply that the heroes are turning to crime, and interestingly, the SHIELD cover hints that the spy organization are getting in bed with their long-time enemies Hydra. Here’s a humongous list of the new comics and their synopses:

Invincible Iron Man #1

W: Brian Michael Bendis A: David Marquez


A-Force #1

W: G. Willow Wilson CA: Victor Ibanez

“A-Force to be reckoned with…”

All-New All-Different Avengers #1

W: Mark Waid A: Adam Kubert, Mahmud Asrar CA: Alex Ross

“Earth’s mightiest most dedicated heroes.”

Uncanny Avengers #1

W: Gerry Duggan A: Ryan Stegman

“Fighting for Humanity, Inhumanity, Mutants…and Deadpool”

New Avengers #1

W: Al Ewing A: Gerardo Sandoval

“Avengers Idea Mechanics. We A.I.M. To Help.”

Ultimates #1

W: Al Ewing A: Kenneth Rocafort

“Ultimate problems need Ultimate solutions.”

Doctor Strange #1

W: Jason Aaron A: Chris Bachalo

“Some surgery requires a scalpel – some, an axe.”

Captain Marvel #1

W: Tara Butters & Michele Fazekas A: Kris Anka

“Captain Marvel rises.”

Sam Wilson, Captain America #1

W: Nick Spencer A: Daniel Acuña

“Who do you stand with?”

The Totally Awesome Hulk #1

W: Greg Pak A: Frank Cho

“Who is the Hulk?”

The Mighty Thor #1

W: Jason Aaron A: Russell Dauterman

“The flash may be weak but the thunder is strong.”

Scarlet Witch #1

W: James Robinson A: Kevin Wada

“Seeing red…”

Ms. Marvel #1

W: G. Willow Wilson A: Takeshi Miyazawa & Adrian Alphona CA: Takeshi Miyazawa


Illuminati #1

W: Josh Williamson A: Shawn CA: Riley Rossmo

“Forever evil.”

Hawkeye #1

W: Jeff Lemire A: Ramon Perez

“Hawkeye vs. Hawkeye”

Ant-Man #1

W: Nick Spencer A: Ramon Rosanas CA: Mark Brooks

“Once a criminal…?”

The Vision #1

W: Tom King A: Gabriel H. Walta CA: Marcos Martin

“A bold new Vision for the Marvel Universe.”

Contest of Champions #1

W: Al Ewing A: Paco Medina

“When heroes gather…”

Amazing Spider-Man #1

W: Dan Slott A: Giuseppe Camuncoli CA: Alex Ross

“Your friendly neighborhood just got bigger.”

Carnage #1

W: Gerry Conway A: Mike Perkins CA: Mike Del Mundo

“Descent into madness…”

Spider-Woman #1

W: Dennis Hopeless A: Javier Rodriguez

“Parent by day. Hero by night.”

Spider-Man #1

W: Brian Michael Bendis A: Sara Pichelli

“Welcome to the Marvel Universe, Miles Morales. Hope you survive the experience!”

Spider-Gwen #1

W: Jason Latour A: Robbi Rodriguez

“The Secret History of Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker!”

Silk #1

W: Robbie Thompson A: Stacey Lee CA: Helen Chen

“The Sinister Silk”

Spider-Man 2099 #1

W: Peter David A: Will Sliney CA: Francesco Mattina

“Smack to the future.”

Web Warriors #1

W: Mike Costa A: David Bildeon CA: Juian Totino Tedesco

“Defending the Spider-Verse

Daredevil #1

W: Charles Soule A: Ron Garney

“The devil’s apprentice”

Guardians of the Galaxy #1

W: Brian Michael Bendis A: Valerio Schiti

“The raccoon’s in charge.”

Drax #1

W: CM Punk with Cullen Bunn CA: Ed McGuinness

“Best in the galaxy

Howard the Duck #1 (yes, again.)

W: Chip Zdarsky A: Joe Quinones

“Howard, uh, gets a new hat…”

Nova #1

W: Sean Ryan A: Cory Smith CA: Humberto Ramos

“The family business…”

Star-Lord #1

W: Sam Humphries A: Dave Johnson

“Feels like the first time. Feels like the very first time.”

Venom: Spaceknight #1

W: Robbie Thompson A: Ariel Olivetti

“Sometimes a hero needs a little space…”

Howling Commandos of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1

W: Frank Barbiere A: Brent Schoonover

“To fight the monsters of the world…We need the monsters of the night!

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1

W: Marc Guggenheim A: Mike Norton

“Keeps your friends close and your enemies closer.”

Uncanny Inhumans #1

W: Charles Soule A: Steve McNiven

“The silence is broken.”

Karnak #1

W: Warren Ellis A: Gerardo Zaffino CA: David Aja

“The flaw in all things”

Angela: Asgard’s Assassin #1

W: Marguerite Bennett A: Kim Jacinto & Stephanie Hans CA: Julian Totino Tedesco

“Hel hath a new fury.”

Squadron Supreme #1

W: James Robinson A: Leonard Kirk CA: Alex Ross

“Sole survivors of their own worlds, they’ll do ANYTHING to protect this one.”

Extraordinary X-Men #1

W: Jeff Lemire A: Humberto Ramos

“Still hated. Still feared. Still standing.”

Uncanny X-Men #1

W: Cullen Bunn A: Greg Land

“Bigger threats require more threatening X-Men.”

All-New X-Men

W: Dennis Hopeless A: Mark Bagley

“On a mission to make their own future”

Old Man Logan #1

W: Jeff Lemire A: Andrea Sorrentino

“Older. Wiser. Sharper.”

All-New Wolverine #1

W: Tom Taylor A: David Lopez

“Best there is at what she does”

Deadpool #1

W: Gerry Duggan A: Mike Hawthorne CA: Tony Moore

“More Deadpool than you wanted”

There’s a lot to glean from these—You can check out a full gallery of each preview cover below, and discuss the implications in the comments! October’s going to be a wild one for Marvel Comics.

[Via Comic Book]


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