Marvel Comics Officially Announced Marvel NOW!

Marvel Comimcs has offiically announced a publishing initiative starting this Fall, called "Marvel NOW!". It was teased today on the back cover of a promotional Daily Bugle that comic book shops received. Check out the details (via comicbook):

"New York, NY—May 25th, 2016 —Blockbuster new titles. Shocking new status quos. Top-tier creators. This is Marvel NOW!.
It all starts this Fall as the Marvel Universe charges forward into an ambitious new direction. As the industry's top creators and hottest up-and-coming voices leave their mark on the world's top Super Heroes, get ready for the most exciting and energetic comics on the stands! Prepare for all-new ongoing series, Earth-shattering status quo shifts, and an exciting new era of Marvel comics!
Kicking off this bold publishing initiative is the free MARVEL NOW! PREVIEWS MAGAZINE, coming to comic shops on July 13th! This free, standalone magazine is your first look at the cataclysmic fallout of Civil War II and the landscape of the Marvel Universe to come. Packed cover-to-cover with huge reveals, new titles, and fresh creative directions, the MARVEL NOW! PREVIEWS MAGAZINE is your very first look at the hottest upcoming titles of 2016!
"Marvel NOW! is about the future of the Marvel Universe," says Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso. "We're excited to provide fans with a snapshot of things to come right before San Diego Comic-Con. Fans can look forward to hearing about brand new titles, returning favorites and even some shocking status quo shifts that are sure to keep fans guessing all the way through Civil War II. There has never been a better time to be a Marvel reader."
Building upon our rich history with an eye towards tomorrow, Marvel NOW! marks the next evolution of Marvel Comics – and a thrilling leap forward. Be there as it all kicks off on July 13th! Run, don't walk to your local comic shop to get your hands on the free MARVEL NOW! PREVIEWS MAGAZINE! The future is Marvel and it's happening NOW!"

It looks like Marvel is developing a lot of new stories after Civil War II. Will they eventually adapt them into feature length films or TV shows, especially now that Netflix is getting exclusivity with Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars films, it would be a great idea to see the new stories from comic books unfold on TV.

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