On today’s episode of Marvel’s Pull List, the publisher announced two new series that will follow up on events from the recently-started War of the Realms event.
The first of the new series, Loki, is written by Daniel Kibblesmith with art by Oscar Bazaldua. The series will feature covers by Ozgur Yildirim. Here’s how Marvel describes the series:

After dying a grisly death in War of the Realms, Loki learned a valuable lesson in warmongering: Don’t get caught. But now he has a whole new set of responsibilities—and his brother Thor is not about to let him walk away from them this time.

As indicated, the series will catch up with a resurrected Loki, who was eaten by his frost giant father, Laufey, just last week in War of the Realms #1.  The character has died before, though, so did anyone really think that was going to stick? It’s unclear at this point if this latest Loki series will be ongoing or a miniseries.
The other new series is Punisher Kill Krew. That series is written by Gerry Duggan, with art by Juan Ferreyra and covers by Tony Moore. The series finds Frank Castle on his largest-scale mission yet:

During War of the Realms, Frank Castle made a promise of vengeance, and Frank Castle keeps his promises. But a van full of orphans is about to make that promise a lot more complicated… How does a man kill gods and monsters?

The title owes itself to the Skrull Kill Krew, a group of Skrull-hunting humans who were infected with Skrull DNA after eating beef from cows that were secretly Skrulls (honestly, don’t ask). What the nature of The Punisher’s ‘promise of vengeance’ is is yet to be seen. Perhaps he eats a sno-cone containing frost giant DNA.
On Twitter, Ferreyra clarified that Punisher Kill Krew will be a five-issue miniseries, and showed off some interior art from the series:

Check out the covers to the two new series below. Both books are set to debut in July.


  1. I’d like to see Duggan on Punisher. Reckon he’d have a good sensibility for it, and perhaps a little room to cut loose (compared to Guardians, say) in what is a small niche.
    And they’ve done away with the likeness to Jon Bernthal, thank the Lord. Good art

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