Launching on September 7, the initial line-up of Marvel Comics‘ All-Out Avengers appears to be Captain America, Iron Man, Blade, Black Panther, Spider-Women, Thor, and Captain Marvel (but a corrupted version with vamp teeth). The new ongoing promises to be a “thrill ride like no other comic in Marvel history where award-winning novelist Derek Landy and superstar artist Greg Land will throw readers directly into the middle of some of the Avengers’ most pulse-pounding adventures to date.”
All-Out Avengers in Continuity
“The trick was to work within the confines inherent in the concept, but also to find a way to deliver what everyone would expect: a continuity of ideas and the development of an overarching storyline,” the comic’s writer Landy said about the unique premise. “I needed to find the hook that drags the reader from issue to issue, and I figured the best way to do that was to put the Avengers in the exact same situation as the reader: they are aware that this is happening, but they don’t know why…”
Thus, the story opens with the Avengers in the middle of an all-out action scene, but with no setup and no explanations. Each issue will follow a similar format and see different Avengers tackle standalone threats, connecting to an overall saga that Marvel promises will keep fans on the edge of their seats.
“After reading Derek’s script for #1, I knew it was going to be a fun and challenging project,” Land said of the project. “All of the scripts so far have been full of interesting and cool scenes for our changing roster of Avengers. Hitting each issue in the middle of the action is a terrific story vehicle and gets us off running from the start. I hope everyone can see the excitement in the artwork and all-out action (pun intended).”
The All-Out Avengers trailer debuted this past weekend at the “Marvel Comics: Judgement Day Panel” at San Diego Comic-Con 2022. The trailer “showcases just how wild the series will be with scenes showcasing a vicious throw-down between Thor and a corrupted Captain Marvel, an army of warriors led by new villainess Queen Arrok and more!”
Now, fans who were not able to attend the Southern California comic convention have the opportunity to glimpse the incredible action that awaits them in the new ongoing Avengers title, All-Out Avengers, arriving September 7. Check it out below!
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