Back in 2015, when the All-New, All-Different Marvel books were being announced, there was one that was written by Tim Seeley and drawn by Logan Faebar: Blade the Hunter. This book would not just focus on Blade, but also his daughter, Fallon Grey, and her experience fighting vampires in high school.
The All-New, All-Different Marvel officially launched in October 2015, meaning that it has now been nine months since it began. However, Marvel is already preparing for their next relaunch in the wake of Civil War II called Marvel NOW. So let’s take a look back at all the All-New, All-Different books and check out…
No, I don’t mean the actors who play the new Avengers — I mean, the literal New Avengers, as in the Avengers Idea Mechanics from Al Ewing’s and Gerard Sandoval’s New Avengers, part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel.
The team of writer Mark Waid, artist Chris Samnee, colorist Matt Wilson and letterer Joe Caramagna, who just finished their award-winning run on Daredevil a few weeks ago, are now working on a Black Widow book for the All-New, All-Different Marvel.
So, just for fun, I decided to go through the All-New, All-Different Marvel lineup and make a list of all the LGBT characters so far. And here they are.
So almost the entire lineup of the All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe has been revealed and there are, of course, some things that stayed the same and some things that were radically different. But not every book was there — after all, Marvel did say it would be releasing 55-60 new books. So what books should they…
Marvel has been slowly unveiling what its comic universe would look like post Secret Wars but early today some promotional materials leaked and it pretty much unviels the whole slate of their relaunch. Check out the pictures courtesy of Imgur