Marvel says "It's Time For Secret Wars"

During a Marvel panel Jake Thomas and Jon Moisan were on hand as well as creators James Robinson (writer, "Armor Wars"), Dan Slott (writer, "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows"), Marguerite Bennett (writer, "Years of Future Past") and Dennis Hopeless (writer, "Inferno"). Marvel then announced a new series, "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA written by David Mandel and art by Michael Walsh.

Dennis Hopless then introduced the audience to his book, "Inferno," where Hell has taken over Earth.The presentation included interior pages from "Inferno" featuring Colossus squaring off against a number of demons alongside the '80s iteration of X-Factor. Nick Lowe assures that the new "Infinity Gauntlet" series reinvents the cosmic side of the Marvel Universe as it is on Battleworld. Dustin Weaver does the art while Gerry Duggan writes. SOURCE: Comic Book Resources

The crowd was very happy to hear about "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows." At the Marvel retreat where Slott pitched it, Adam Kubert immediately called dibs on the series. "One of the things you'll see in this world is this is a world where he is married to Mary Jane and they have a daughter," said Slott. A silence fell over the crowd, and Slott made it even more intense by revealing that Peter Parker will be putting on the Black Costume once again. 

Many other titles are releasing in the Secret Wars event. Keep an eye out for Armor Wars and LOL Howard the Human.
Lastly, a fan asked if the characters on Battleworld will be aware of the other characters that exist on other domains on the patchwork planet. Lowe said to pick up "Secret Wars" in a few weeks, adding that it's a little complicated. "I can't tell you that, I'm sorry," said Lowe. "Everyone dies!"


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