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All New Marvel Now Title Explosion

Avengers-All-New-Marvel-NowWord coming out of the Marvel panels at NYCC has a slew of new titles being announced, some of which are extremely interesting indeed. Let’s give a quick rundown.

  • All-New Invaders by James Robinson
  • Secret Avengers gets a new # 1 issue with the new creative team of Ales Kot and Michael Walsh.
  • Avengers World by Nick Spencer and Jonathan Hickman with art by Stefano Casseli.
  • Avengers Undercover, a replacement for Avengers Arena by Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker
  • Loki – Agent of Asgard by Al Ewing and Lee Garbett
  • A new Black Widow book by Nate Edmondson and Phil Noto
  • She-Hulk by Charles Soule and Javier Pulido
  • Silver Surfer by Dan Slott and Mike Allred
  • Iron Patriot by Ales Kot and Gary Brown

What are you most looking forward to? Personally, Black Widow and She-Hulk look the most promising and I cannot wait to see the internet explode over Dan Slott’s Silver Surfer. I’m not sure we needed ANOTHER Avengers title to go with Avengers, New Avengers, Avengers Assemble, et. al. But seeing Hickman filtered through Spencer could make for some interesting stories.

 

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All-New Marvel Now Includes Relaunched She-Hulk Title

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As I type this I am staring at the ten volumes of the last volume of She-Hulk sitting on my shelf, begging me to re-read them. I consider the run to be the pinnacle of Dan Slott’s career. (Let’s not make this a Superior Spider-Man debate. That book is more of a punchline than anything now, regardless of quality) Well it seems that Chris Soule is stepping up to the plate to take his own swing at writing Jen Walters exploits as the All-New Marvel Now initiative that I mentioned a little while ago is now slated to include new She Hulk series written by the Superman/WonderWoman scribe and pencilled by Javier Pulido. Soule is a good fit for the title considering he ACTIVELY PRACTICES LAW IN NEW YORK CITY.

*Ahem*

Anyway, he had this to say about the series;

“One of the things I want to explore is the fact that she wants to be exceptional at everything she does, but that’s not always possible. You can spread yourself too thin. She’ll be out on her own, without much of a support group at first, a total underdog trying to make good. I love stories like that — Jen’s going to be very easy to root for.”

And now I’m excited and have another book to add to the pull-list. Good job Marvel.