The Five Marvel NOW! Books We Can’t Wait To Read

By: 11.16.12  •  9 Comments
Words By Dr Hip-Hop | @DrHipHop85

If you’ve been following any type of comic news then you should be aware of Marvel’s latest initiative to bring in new readers and shuffle their entire line with Marvel NOW! – the company’s re-branding of a majority of their titles. Instead of the small moves that usually happen after a big summer comic event, Marvel NOW! will see several long running creative teams rearranged. With more than 20 titles being cancelled and restarted with a new creative teams, it’s hard to really pick where to start. The brand new original title, Uncanny Avengers by Rick Remender and John Cassaday, has already rocketed out the gate to fan and critical acclaim.

In anticipation for this big move, I’ve gathered the five titles to be reborn from the Marvel NOW! movement that I’m most looking forward to. Each one of these titles is not only a fan-favorite character but has a potentially classic writer and artist on board. So strap in and get some info on what’s next for the House of Ideas.

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