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Maestro leads the All-New, All-Different Marvel Point One #1

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On October 7, Marvel is getting ready to launch a brand new line that is/isn’t a reboot the All-New, All-Different Point One #1. The new comic book is set to give readers a preview of the Universe starring clips of highly anticipated books like Charles Soule’s mysterious new take on Daredevil. The new book features glimpses of Rocket Raccoon, Daredevil, Carnage, and more. CBR broke the story and contains a set of artwork previewing the new books. The title features a large creative team with Al Ewing, Charles Soule, Felipe Andrade, Ron Garney and more.

ALL-NEW, ALL-DIFFERENT MARVEL POINT ONE #1 (AUG150692)
Written by AL EWING, CHARLES SOULE, SKOTTIE YOUNG, GERRY CONWAY and MARC GUGGENHEIM
Art by FELIPE ANDRADE, RON GARNEY, PACO MEDINA, GERMAN PERALTA, MIKE PERKINS and STEFANO CASELLI
Cover by MIKE DEL MUNDO
Variant Cover A (AUG150693) and B (AUG150694) by DAVID MARQUEZ
Kirby Monster Variant by PAUL POPE (AUG150695)
FOC – 9/14/14, On-Sale – 10/7/15

With the new Marvel Universe changing again so soon it’s hard to really get excited for another launch. The lack of diversity on these titles is dismaying as well — fortunately Marvel is trying to shake things up with the more recent group of books launching after the initial announcement of All-New, All-Different titles.

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  1. ‘The lack of diversity on these titles is dismaying as well ‘

    wtf, diversity in what way? They’re all superhero books ? well it’s the Marvel universe! lack of new characters? Hardly surprising with writers/artists wanting to keep copyright(naturally).

    It can’t be gender/racial/sexual orientation with so many old characters being replaced eg. Wolverine, ant-man, thor, captain america, ghost rider, nova, starlord, hulk and so many others i forget.

    Maybe it’s the tone/art direction but with so many other publishers offering variety why do we need me-too books from Marvel, let them concentrate on what they’re good at.

  2. “The lack of diversity on these titles” has nothing to do with superheroes to me. In this day and age, I’m pretty amazed that when I look at the list of artists and writers on just this one book (11 total plus 3 cover artists) — they’re all male and primarily white.

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