Anthony’s Marvel Comics picks for April 2017

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Updated on December 10, 2021

Here’s a look at what’s coming out from Marvel in April 2017. A full list of solicitations is available here.


  • Black Panther: The Crew #1, $4
  • Nick Fury #1, $4
  • US Avengers #5, $4
  • The Mighty Captain Marvel #4, $4
  • Mighty Thor #18, $4
  • Spider-Man #15, $4
  • Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #18, $4
  • Ms. Marvel #17, $4
  • Hawkeye #5, $4
  • America #2, $4
  • Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat! #17, $4
  • The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #19, $4
  • Black Panther: World of Wakanda #6, $4
  • Black Panther #13, $4
  • Guardians of the Galaxy #19, $5
  • Rocket Raccoon #5, $4
  • All-New, All-Different Marvel Reading Chronology (one-shot), $0 (free)

Trade paperbacks/graphic novels

  • Black Panther, vol. 1: A Nation Under Our Feet (HC), $35
  • Champions, vol. 1: Change the World, $16
  • Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, vol. 1, $18


  • Marvel Unlimited, $10/month or $69/year


The “Inhumans vs. X-Men” aftermath kicks in, with the end result including a new book starring the time-displaced mutants (who’re still here).

A third Black Panther ongoing monthly comic starts this month. It costars, among others, T’Challa’s ex-wife Storm. Never thought we’d see three ongoing Black Panther books. I suppose it’s all part of the build up to the Black Panther movie that opens a year from now.

Patsy Walker meets up with Jubilee this month. Yes, she’s still a vampire.

Nick Fury (apparently the African-American one) is getting his own ongoing book starting this month.

The storyline in “Moon Girl” concludes this month, featuring various guest stars.

“Hawkeye”‘s solicitation says it kicks off a new storyline this month, with Jessica Jones guest-starring.

Marvel’s releasing a free book that promises to clarify its confusing recent chronology. I’ve avoided most of the crossover-heavy books as much as possible. However, given the heavy number of series renumberings and restarts, at least Marvel’s making a stab at clarifying things for readers. (Of course, not renumbering/restarting books constantly and easing up on the non-stop mega-events would also help.)

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