Really hope so. Hickman's been doing great for years now with the Fantastic Four so let's be optimistic.
It's a jumping off point.
Nightcrawler, Jean Grey, Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker, Professor X, Mar-Vell, Richard Rider- Bring Them Back!!!
Does AVX in any way resemble the lead up event for DC's 52? By that I mean, was AVX similar to what led to 52? Some snitchy fight among super heroes that all ended sadly, so they had to restart it as 52?
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It's a sales gimmick, making it look like there will be a new status quo... that will be strangely familiar to the last one.
Although if Hickman and Remender are writing Avengers books, i might be able to start following them again.
Hmm, i thought Future Foundation was going to get the axe.Other titles that are ending and we can presume will be renewed are Captain America,Fantastic 4(and its sister title FF)
I think its great that they are shuffling around creative teams and making a big deal out of it. Sure its a response to DC's 52, but DC hit the reboot button. Marvel is actually celebrating the fact that new writers and artists are taking over various books.
Also, to the poster who wanted a new horror title, I am sure with 4 months of a new #1 every week, I am sure some vampire/werewolf/twilight/walking dead/zombie like book will come out.
DC and Marvel have always 'seemed' to copy-cat each other from time to time...this is no different. And as with DC's 52...I hope to add a few new (books I would have otherwise not even considered reading) titles to my pull-list and as such I've already pledged my support for Hickman's Avengers and Red She Hulk. And I eagerly await the finalised "NOW" solicits.
Sun and Moon
Isn't it obvious? It's a marketing scheme to try to get more readers.