Here’s what’s of interest from Marvel for May 2015. A full list of solicitations is available here.
- A-Force #1, $4
- All-New Hawkeye #3, $4
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #5, $4
- Howard the Duck #3, $4
- Rocket Raccoon #11, $4
- Night Nurse #1 (one-shot), $8
- Storm #11, $4
- Ms. Marvel, vol. 1 (HC), $35
- All-New Captain America, vol. 1: Hydra Ascendant (HC), $25
- Captain America & the Mighty Avengers, vol. 1: Open For Business, $25
- All-New Captain America: Fear Him, $18
- Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, vol. 2: Revelations, $20
- Ms. Marvel, vol. 3: Crushed, $16
This month kicks off the “Secret Wars” crossover in full force, which I’m not overly interested in. A large number of tie-ins to it, unsurprisingly, including “A-Force,” a new superhero team led by She-Hulk.
“Night Nurse” was a short-lived 70s romance/adventure comic that Marvel published to try to attract more women readers. One of the characters hailed from a previous similar series Marvel published in the early 60s. Like Patsy Walker, “Night Nurse” was formally folded into the Marvel Universe in later years.
There’s a fairly large amount of Ant-Man and Avengers material out this month, per the second “Avengers” film out in early May, plus the Ant-Man movie later in the summer.