Updated on December 10, 2021
Here’s a look at what’s coming out from Marvel for October 2015. A full list of solicitations is available here.
- Avengers #0, $6
- Amazing Spider-Man #1, $6
- Amazing Spider-Man #2, $4
- Guardians of the Galaxy #1, $4
- Extraordinary X-Men #1, $5
- Extraordinary X-Men #2, $4
- Captain America: Sam Wilson #1, #2: $4 each
- Spider-Gwen #1, $4
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1, $4
- Marvel Super Hero Spectacular #1, $4
- Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy #1, $3
- A-Force, vol. 0: Warzones!, $17
- Captain Marvel & the Carol Corps, $16
- Captain America & the Mighty Avengers, vol. 2: Last Days, $16
- Ms. Marvel, vol. 4: Last Days, $16
- Guardians Team-Up,, vol. 1: Guardians Assemble, $17
In the aftermath of Secret Wars comes the “All-New, All-Different Marvel”…which means more of the same: rebooting their various books with new #1s. This time, however, they seem to be follow-ups to the events of “Secret Wars”/Battleworld, making for some probably-confusing-to-newcomers (or even long-timers) reading. Thus the selections above, which seem either mostly crossover-free or presumably will explain what’s going on.
Marvel’s also giving a new line of all-ages books, including a few based on their TV cartoons. “Marvel Super Hero Spectacular” and “Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy” are a few of these new books.
No sign of the new book promised for Miles Morales that I see, unless I missed something. “Amazing” is getting yet another #1, however, with Peter now a globe-trotter.
As the cover of “Squirrel Girl” sarcastically notes, this is its second #1 issue within a year… which shows how over-reliant Marvel’s become on first issues for a sales boost.
Anthony Dean is the owner of Diverse Tech Geek and Diverse Media Notes.