All 60 New And Returning Comic Series Coming From Marvel This Spring

All 60 New And Returning Comic Series Coming From Marvel This Spring

Over the past few weeks, Marvel has been hyping up its new, post-Civil War II comics roster: The age of “All-New, All-Different” is over, and “Marvel Now!” is beginning (err, again). There’s been new series reveals and teases of major new status quo changes, but now the full line-up has been revealed.

Released yesterday, a new previews catalogue lays out every new series being added to the line up — from Genndy Tartakovsky’s long-in-the-making Cage! series, to the return of Jessica Jones, to the return of the Odinson in The Unworthy Thor — every series being rebooted with new #1 issues, and every current title that will carry on as normal. Let’s break it down:

Current Series Continuing:

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

Current Series Rebooting:

  • Avengers, by Mark Waid (W) and Mike Del Mundo (A)
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, by Gerry Conway (W) and Ryan Stegman (A)
  • Captain Marvel, by Margaret Stohl (W) and Ramon Rosanas (A)
  • Invincible Iron Man, by Brian Michael Bendis (W) and Stefano Caselli (A)
  • Rocket Raccoon, by Matthew Rosenberg (W)
  • Star-Lord, by Chip Zdarsky (W)
  • Ultimates², by Al Ewing (W) and Travel Foreman (A)
  • Venom, by Mike Costa (W) and Gerardo Sandoval (A)

New Series:

  • Avengers #1.1, by Mark Waid (W) and Barry Kitson (A)
  • Bullseye, by Ed Brisson (W) and Guillermo Sanna (A)
  • Cage!, by Genndy Tartakovsky (W/A)
  • Champions, by Mark Waid (W) and Humberto Ramos (A)
  • Death of X, by Jeff Lemire & Charles Soule (W) and Aaron Kuder (A)
  • Doctor Strange: Sorcerers Supreme, by Robbie Thompson (W) and Javier Rodriguez (A)
  • Foolkiller, by Max Bemis (W) and Dalibor Talajic (A)
  • Gamora, by Nicole Perlman (W) and Narco Checchetto (A)
  • Great Lakes Avengers, by Zac Gorman (W) and Will Robson (A)
  • Hawkeye, by Kelly Thompson (W) and Leonardo Romero (A)
  • Infamous Iron Man, by Brian Michael Bendis (W) and Alex Maleev (A)
  • Iron Fists, by Kaare Andrews (W) and Afu Chan (A)
  • Jessica Jones, by Brian Michel Bendis (W) and Michael Gaydos (A)
  • Kingpin, by Matthew Rosenberg (W) and Ben Torres (A)
  • Mosaic, by Geoffrey Thorns (W) and Khary Randolph (A)
  • Occupy Avengers, by David Walker (W) and Gabriel Walta (A)
  • Prowler, by Sean Ryan(W) and Jamal Campbell (A)
  • Slapstick, by Reilly Brown (W/A), Fred Van Lente (W) and Mike Norton (A)
  • Solo, by Gerry Duggan (W), Geoffrey Thorne (W) and Paco Diaz (A)
  • Thanos, by Jeff Lemire (W) and Mike Deodato (A)
  • The Clone Conspiracy, by Dan Slott (W) and Jim Cheung (A)
  • The Unstoppable Wasp, by Jeremy Whitely (W) and Elsa Charretier (A)
  • The Unworthy Thor, by Jason Aaron (W) and Olivier Coipel (A)
  • U.S.Avengers, by Al Ewing (W) and Paco Medina (A)

Phew! On top of all that, the catalogue also features two big teasers for new series: Guardians of the Galaxy: Grounded, which appears to bring the cosmic team to New York (perhaps permanently), and Nova, hinting at the return of Richard Rider himself as the hero — even as current Nova Sam departs the Avengers for a place in Champions.

Aside from the series we already knew about that have been unveiled over the past couple of weeks, there are a few surprises. Nadia Pym, the daughter of Hank Pym and his first wife is getting her own solo series as the new Wasp. Squadron Supreme is teasing the return of Namor from the grave.

The long-in-the-making Gamora comic first unveiled at New York Comic-Con 2014 is finally arriving. The Venom comic appears to be undergoing a major reworking, with the “Agent Venom” iteration of the character absent, and the traditionally villainous incarnation of the symbiote monster taking its place. There are big changes coming to the Spider-verse, with not only a return to the “Renew Your Vows” plotline that teased the return of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson’s marriage during Secret Wars, but love blossoming between Spider-Gwen and Miles Morales as well.

But interestingly, not all the news from Marvel is good. Aside from the Death of X miniseries, there is not a single Mutant or X-Men focused comic coming out, and with none of the current X-Series included, fans’ worst fears about the decline of mutant kind in the comics could be coming true — but Marvel has attempted to assuage concerns at the lack of X-Men comics in the catalogue in a statement released to Comic Book Resources, saying that more series featuring Mutants will appear in the company’s October solicits later this year.

On top of that, there doesn’t appear to be a single series in the lineup that is headlined by an LGBTQ character — disappointing, considering that Marvel had previously teased the Now! changes with young lesbian hero America Chavez, leading fans to speculate she could get her own series. Some of the characters in new series could be revealed to be LGBTQ later on, but for now, there isn’t a single series in this comic that is features an LGBTQ character as the protagonist.

Marvel representatives have stressed that the catalogue does not contain every new series in the works, so there could always be a chance to see LGBTQ-led series later down the line. But for a company attempting to portray its slate of comics (and the creatives behind them) as more diverse than ever, it’s not a great look to have, especially when their largest rival has multiple series both current and on the way that feature headlining gay and lesbian characters.

What are you looking forward to the most? Is there anything missing you’d here you would have liked to have seen? There’s a lot of details and reveals to unpack in those covers, and you’ll have plenty of time to do so — Marvel Now! Is set to begin this October.


  • Erggg wtf comics (not just Marvel), I am now down to three titles in my monthly pull;

    Unworthy Thor
    Redhood (hopefully)

  • Deadpool main series gone, Amazing Spider-Man rebooted for a 3rd time in 5 years… I’m done. More money going to DC and Indie titles.

    • Deadpool main series isn’t gone. It’s continuing.

      And Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows is apparently a separate series to Amazing Spider-Man which will also be continuing.

  • Stop! Just stop already!
    All this tells me is theyre completely screwing their titles up. Continuous reboots and rehashes.
    Each failed change is quickly followed by another big change in attempt to improve things, but its just hurting it more.

    Ill tell you what will work…
    Go back to how it was. You know, how it really was. Back to normal. Stay like that for at least five years. Then maybe do some small changes here and there.

    I’ve been a die hard Marvel comic fan for 20+ years. Sooo many titles.
    But the last few years I don’t know what the fuck is going on, to the point where now I don’t care any more.

    I was really enjoying the Xmen titles up until the universes merged. Since then… blergh!

  • It’s disappointing to see marvel resorting to the strategy of changing the fundamentals of classic characters like Pete, and generally just doing that whole ‘throw things at the wall and see what sticks’ It also feels like they’re chucking out new series before they have a chance outside of events- A-Force is easily one of Marvel’s best books right now and it’s not on the list. As for Ms America, she’s in US Avengers and Ultimates, but I would love a solo book or a Kate/America duo. Thank god DC’s rebirth is doing really well in light of Marvel’s recent output.

  • No X-Men comics at all? People need to wait for October? I don’t see how that’s a good decision, but okay…

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