All The All-New, All Different Marvel Titles And Creative Teams (So Far)


In early July, we’re all going to get a chance to get the lowdown on all the Marvel comics that will be rushing our way with new #1 issues following Secret Wars. The thing is, Marvel isn’t waiting to drop them on us all at once — maybe not a bad idea, for the sake of avoiding information overload — allowing the new series to slowly trickle out at the rate of one or two a day through various media outlets.

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That being the case, we figured it would be a public service to round up all the All-New, All-Different Marvel titles and creative teams announced so far for viewing on one page. Yes, this means we’ll have to update it as more information comes in, but then you can just bookmark the page and come back to see what’s new. People still do that, right?

Let’s get to the comics you’ll be asking to add to your pull list this fall …

Invincible Iron Man

Who: Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez (artist)

Quick summary: Tony Stark back in the saddle, but with “new armor, a new villain — and a new girlfriend!”


Who: Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Sara Pichelli (artist)

Quick summary: Miles Morales is Spider-Man! Except there’s no more Ultimate Universe, so the New York City he’s protecting is a strange one. Peter Parker? He’s around as a mentor of some sort.

Doctor Strange

Who: Jason Aaron (writer), Chris Bachalo (artist)

Quick summary: The Sorcerer Supreme is back in his own book, tackling threats too weird for normal super heroes. Plus, Doctor Strange is going to lighten up a bit and use weapons.

Captain Marvel

Who: Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas (writers), Kris Anka (artist)

Quick summary: Carol Danvers is Earth’s last line of defense against threats from outer space, because apparently S.W.O.R.D. is no more. Also, they’re going to get her hair consistent.


Who: Jason Latour (writer), Robbi Rodriguez (artist)

Quick summary: Gwen Stacy returns to her own world, somehow, and resumes fighting crime as Spider-Woman. She might drop in on the main Marvel Earth on occasion as well.

All-New, All-Different Avengers

Who: Mark Waid (writer), Adam Kubert and Mahmud Asrar (artists)

Quick summary: Because “Mostly Different Avengers” wouldn’t have sounded too great! Tony Stark and the Vision are joined by the semi-new Sam Wilson and Jane Foster and three youngsters who have never been Avengers before in Sam Alexander, Miles Morales and Kamala Khan. They also might have to fill out very careful expense reports since Tony might not be a billionaire in the new Marvel Universe.

Squadron Supreme

Who: James Robinson (writer), Leonard Kirk (artist)

Quick summary: There have been multiple incarnations of the Squadron Supreme (a team that kinda resembles a famous super team from Marvel’s chief competitor). Which one is this? All of them, sort of. The members of this Squadron have all lost their own Earths, so they’re willing to push a little harder than other teams like the Avengers to save the one that’s still left after Secret Wars.


Who: G. Willow Wilson (writer), Jorge Molina (artist)

Quick summary: Well, Marvel did say that A-Force was going to stick around after Secret Wars. The Glamour piece that revealed this book didn’t say much about it except that it centers on Singularity and that “She-Hulk, Captain Marvel, Medusa, Dazzler, and Nico Minoru also show up in key roles.” Female Avengers, assemble, we think. Also, the villain the team faces in the first arc will be a threat to all of reality.

The Totally Awesome Hulk

Who: Greg Pak (writer), Frank Cho (artist)

Quick summary: There’s a new Hulk, and he’s totally awesome! Michelangelo, is that you? Joking aside, Pak says the identity of the new Green Goliath won’t be a mystery, and that whoever it is will see the Hulk as something to be celebrated instead of as a curse of some sort. Expect to see someone “mentioned in previous stories but who’s never actually been seen in a Marvel comic ” as a key supporting character, plus revelations on the fate of Bruce Banner.

Uncanny Inhumans

Who: Charles Soule (writer), Steve McNiven (artist)

Quick summary: The Inhumans want to get along better with the humans, so maybe having Human Torch along will help. Meanwhile, “something” has happened between mutants and Inhumans to make the Beast join with Medusa’s bunch, and Black Bolt is doing covert missions with a secret agenda.


Who: Nick Spencer (writer), Ramon Rosanas (artist)

Quick summary: Scott Lang has already tried to reform Grizzly, but might he be considering doing the same for other C-list Marvel villains? And will he ever have a truly functional relationship with his daughter Cassie, something he desperately craves? It should be fun seeing how he continues to be in over his head. That’s not a shrinking joke, by the way.

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