Marvel Now! 2.0 has 60 new and returning series arriving this October

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When it comes to reboots, I think Marvel Now! from back in 2012 was a perfect example of how to reinvigorate a comic book universe properly. Not a continuity reboot, but more of a shuffling of creative teams, the initiative gave birth to dozens of new series, storylines and ideas over a three year period. Thanks to Marvel Now!, we got the likes of Mighty Thor, Indestructible Hulk and the Superior Spider-Man, comics that took familiar heroes in wild new directions.

And now it’s time for Marvel Now! 2.0. This October sees the first wave of many new and returning comic books under that reborn setup for creative reboots that ends the current era of the “All-New, All-Different” Marvel Universe once Civil War II wraps up. Marvel has been teasing a ton of new changes to the status quo, but it’s the Previews Catalogue which has revealed a whole lot of new #1s on the way.

Everything from Genndy Tartakovsky’s long-gestating Cage! series, the return of the Great Lakes Avengers and Doctor Doom becoming the Infamous Iron Man. Here’s the full list, with covers from CBR:

New Series

  • Avengers by Mark Waid (W) and Mike Del Mundo (A)
  • Occupy Avengers by David Walker (W) and Gabriel Walta (A)
  • U.S.Avengers by Al Ewing (W) and Paco Medina (A)
  • Ultimates(2) by Al Ewing (W) and Travel Foreman (A)
  • Great Lakes Avengers by Zac Gorman (W) and Will Robson (A)
  • The Unstoppable Wasp by Jeremy Whitely (W) and Elsa Charretier (A)
  • Venom by Mike Costa (W) and Gerardo Sandoval (A)
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows by Gerry Conway (W) and Ryan Stegman (A)
  • Avengers #1.1 by Mark Waid (W) and Barry Kitson (A)
  • Doctor Strange: Sorcerers Supreme by Robbie Thompson (W) and Javier Rodriguez (A)
  • Star-Lord by Chip Zdarsky (W) (artist not listed)
  • Slapstick by Reilly Brown & Fred Van Lente (W) and Reilly Brown & Mike Norton (A)
  • Solo by Gerry Duggan & Geoffrey Thorne (W) and Paco Diaz (A)
  • Foolkiller by Max Bemis (W) and Dalibor Talajic (A)
  • Prowler by Sean Ryan (W) and Jamal Campbell (A)
  • Champions by Mark Waid (W) and Humberto Ramos (A)
  • Invincible Iron Man by Brian Michael Bendis (W) and Stefano Caselli (A)
  • Infamous Iron Man by Brian Michael Bendis (W) and Alex Maleev (A)
  • Captain Marvel by Margaret Stohl (W) and Ramon Rosanas (A)
  • Hawkeye by Kelly Thompson (W) and Leonardo Romero (A)
  • Jessica Jones by Brian Michel Bendis (W) and Michael Gaydos (A)
  • The Unworthy Thor by Jason Aaron (W) and Olivier Coipel (A)
  • Kingpin by Matthew Rosenberg (W) and Ben Torres (A)
  • Bullseye by Ed Brisson (W) and Guillermo Sanna (A)
  • Iron Fists by Kaare Andrews (W) and Afu Chan (A)
  • Mosaic by Geoffrey Thorns (W) and Khary Randolph (A)
  • Death of X by Jeff Lemire & Charles Soule (W) and Aaron Kuder (A)
  • Cage! by Genndy Tartakovsky (W/A)
  • Gamora by Nicole Perlman (W) and Narco Checchetto (A)
  • Rocket Raccoon by Matthew Rosenberg (W)
  • Thanos by Jeff Lemire (W) and Mike Deodato (A)
  • The Clone Conspiracy by Dan Slott (W) and Jim Cheung (A)

Continuing series

  • Spider-Man #12 by Brian Michael Bendis (W) and Sara Pichelli (A)
  • Uncanny Avengers #14 by Gerry Duggan (W) and Pepe Larraz (A)
  • Black Panther #7 by Ta-Nehisi Coates (W) and Chris Sprouse (A)
  • Thunderbolts #7 by Jim Zub (W) and Jon Malin (A)
  • Doctor Strange #12 by Jason Aaron (W) and Chris Bachalo (A)
  • The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #16 by Ryan North (W) and Erica Henderson (A)
  • Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #11 by Kate Leth (W) and Brittney L. Williams (A)
  • The Totally Awesome Hulk #15 by Greg Pak (W)
  • Silk #13 by Robbie Thompson (W) and Tana Ford (A)
  • Deadpool & The Mercs for Money by Cullen Bunn (W) and Iban Coello (A)
  • Squadron Supreme #13 by James Robinson (W) and Leonard Kirk (A)
  • Captain America: Sam Wilson #14 by Nick Spencer (W) and Daniel Acuna (A)
  • Captain America: Steve Rogers #7 by Nick Spencer (W) and Jesus Saiz (A)
  • Silver Surfer #9 by Dan Slott (W) and Mike Allred (A)
  • Doctor Strange #12 by Jason Aaron (W) and Chris Bachalo (A)
  • The Mighty Thor #15 by Jason Aaron (W) and Russell Dauterman (A)
  • Black Widow #7 by Mark Waid (W) and Chris Samnee (W/A)
  • Moon Knight #10 by Jeff Lemire (W) and Greg Smallwood (A)
  • Punisher #7 by Becky Cloonan (W) and Steve Dillon (A)
  • Daredevil #15 by Charles Soule (W) and Ron Garney (A)
  • Power Man & Iron Fist #10 by David Walker (W) and Sanford Greene (A)
  • The Unbelievable Gwenpool #7 by Christopher Hastings (W) and Gurihiru (A)
  • Uncanny Inhumans #15 by Charles Soule (W) and Kev Walker (A)
  • Ms. Marvel #12 by G. Willow Wilson (W) and Takeshi Miyazawa (A)
  • Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #13 by Amy Reeder & Brandon Montclare (W) and Natacha Bustos (A)
  • Spider-Gwen #15 by Jason Latour (W) and Robbi Rodriguez (A)
  • Spider-Woman #13 by Dennis Hopeless (W) and Veronica Fish (A)
  • Spider-Man 2099 #21 by Peter David (W) and Will Sliney (A)
  • Deadpool #21 by Greg Duggan (W) and Mike Hawthorne

Talk about a Rebirth, HEEEEEEEEEEEEEY?

Last Updated: July 14, 2016

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