Marvel announces 45 'All-New, All-Different Marvel' titles

Marvel has announced its "All-New, All-Different Marvel" comics lineup for the fall. (Gaze upon the insanity of 45 new covers all at once in our comprehensive gallery.)

The "All-New, All-Different Marvel" lineup includes a number of "Avengers," "X-Men" and "Spider-Man" titles as well as various new solo titles. 

Some relaunched titles came as no surprise. Among them were "A-Force," a "Secret Wars" tie-in that Marvel had already announced would continue as an ongoing series in the fall, and fan-favorite series such as "Spider-Gwen" and "Captain Marvel" (the latter with a new creative team).

Notable standouts among the announced titles include the new "Spider-Woman," with a noticeably pregnant Jessica Drew, "All-New Wolverine," with X-23 succeeding Logan as the titular hero, and "Ultimates," with a team that seems to include current Captain Marvel Carol Danvers, former Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau, Black Panther, America Chavez, Blue Marvel and Galactus.

"Dropping the mike right before San Diego Comic-Con has become a Marvel tradition," Marvel editor in chief Axel Alonso said in a statement. He also noted that these "All-New, All-Different Marvel" titles provide "a large snapshot of what to expect in the fall: new characters, new teams, new wrinkles for our heroes and, most importantly, fresh creative directions. And we’re just getting started. We have a few more aces up our sleeves."

All creative teams and titles are listed in the gallery. 

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