Marvel has released a bevy of announcements this weekend at C2E2 from the slathering of panels. We’ve got creative team reveals, brand new comics and tie-ins from Civil War II and more– there’s a lot to to be thankful for this weekend. Civil_War_II_Choosing_Sides_1_Cover_Jim_Cheung Civil War II: Choosing Sides is an anthology story that features stories told with a host of different characters in the Marvel Universe. The story boasts a connective thread with Nick Fury appearing in a story in each installment of the six-issue mini. The anthology was revealed alongside a Nick Fury character design from Declan Shalvey (Moon Knight). The first issue ships in June and features the return of Damage Control. Civil_War_II_Choosing_Sides_Nick_Fury_Design_by_Declan_ShalveyCivil_War_II_Gods_of_War_1_Cover_Anacleto As you can already tell, the major theme of the convention is Civil War II, as Marvel announced another series starring Hercules with writer Dan Abnett (Guardians of the Galaxy) and artist Emilio Laiso (3 Guns). Abnett is set to explore Hercules in the Marvel Universe and what Civil War II: Gods of War means for the character. According to IGN, the character is assembling a pantheon of Gods including Gilgamesh, Beowulf and Lorelai to prevent the destruction of the Marvel Universe. This comic ships in June.Vote_Loki_1_Tradd_Moore_Cover Who is ready for some non-Civil War II Marvel news: this is a really big announcement that Marvel has hinted at, Loki finally has a creative team with Christopher Hastings (Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe) and Langdon Foss (The Surface). Writer Tom King (The Vision) was originally slated to write the series, but Marvel switched up the team with Hastings and Foss at C2E2. This is another comic debuting in June.Unbeatable-Squirrel-Girl-OGN-Erica-Henderson-Cover-4fb3c The expanded Marvel Universe titles are also earning some love this weekend, but the announcements begin with The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe! original graphic novel. Good news, as the traditional creative team of Ryan North (Adventure Time) and Erica Henderson (Jughead) are returning for the story set to launch in October. Patsy_Walker_aka_Hellcat_7_Williams_Cover Comics fans might have been perplexed when they saw Patsy Walker and Jessica Jones together in the Netflix series. However, series writer Kate Leth (Edward Scissorhands) and artist Brittney Williams (Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat). CBR shared a solicitation for the upcoming comic book. Guess when this ships…JUNE! The upcoming series will put Walker and Jones together in the established Marvel comics continuity for the very first time. Issue #7 will kick off the story line beginning in June. Julian Totino Tedesco (Thunderbolts) drew the cover of an old timey Patsy Walker cover: Patsy-Walker-aka-Hellcat-7-Tedesco-Variant-91277 (1) We almost forgot to mention that Deadpool #13 is not only written by series traditional writer Gerry Duggan, but the comic also contains writing from Charles Soule (Daredevil) and David Walker (Power Man & Iron Fist). The story kicks off a four-part crossover with Daredevil, Deadpool, Power Man & Iron Fist.Deadpool_13_Francisco_Hererra_Cover That’s just about everything aside from Deadpool stuff and a huge load tie-ins, take a look at the covers below courtesy of both CBR and IGN: uncannyinhumans11pachecocoverjpg-c7532e_765w ultimates8coverkennethrocafortjpg-c7532d_765w thetotallyawesomehulk7coveralandavisjpg-19d851_765w nova8coverhumbertoramosjpg-19d850_765w newavengers12coverjuliantotinotedescojpg-19d84f_765w msmarvel8covercameronstewartjpg-c7532c_765w invincibleironman10covermikedeodatojpg-19d84e_765w deadpool14coverrafaelalbuquerquejpg-19d84d_765w captainamericasamwilson10coveracunajpg-0d89e7_765w all-newwolverine9coverbengaljpg-0d89e6_765w


  1. Given recent sales numbers, looks like Marvel’s gone into full-on desperation mode with these tie-ins.

    Too bad they gave the main series to Bendis.

  2. I still haven’t removed the “secret wars” taste from my mouth, and recycled civil war II looms on the horizon. I think I can buy this event a few months after it’s over at a substantially reduced price. I’ll wait this one out

  3. This again? In the first Civil War Spider-Man’s secret identity was revealed to the world. When One More Day wiped away the previous 25 years of Spider-Man’s life, thereby eliminating the secret identity reveal, didn’t that also wipe away Civil War? Has Marvel ever addressed this? Can their continuity get any more confusing?

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