Even in a fictional universe such as Marvel, we would have to witness the end of our beloved heroes. As much as we think that these heroes are unkillable, it's inevitable that everyone has their weaknesses.
Marvel embraced this concept with their upcoming series of one-shots at the New York Comic-Con Retailers Panel. Titled The End, five one-shots will tell the tales of some of Marvel's mightiest heroes' final battles. The series will be handled by a "star-studded creative team," which includes Erik Larsen, Joe Kell;y, Georges Jeanty, and more.
The End will feature five of our heroes' last journey, namely, Captain America, Doctor Strange, Miles Morales, Captain Marvel, and Deadpool. Marvel described it as stories that "span the near future to the end of the universe, from happily ever after to the depths of despair."
Starting with Captain Marvel: The End #1, it will be written by Kelly Thompson and art by Georges Jeanty. The story involves Carol Danvers wondering what happened to the planet "she once called home," since she hasn't seen a familiar since fifty years ago.
Next is Doctor Strange: The End #1, the Sorcerer Supreme will be making his final journey that does not involve magic. To be written by Leah Williams along with Filipe Andrade's art.
Miles Morales leads a bastion of civilization in writer Saladin Ahmed's and artist Damion Scott's Miles Morales: The End #1.
Writer and artist Erik Larson will be working on Captain America: The End #1, which shows Steve Rogers' fight for survival against hordes of Red Skulls in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Deadpool: The End #1 shows that Wade Wilson could be killed after all. Written by Joe Kelly along with Mike Hawthorne's art.
Lastly, writer Adam Warren and artist Chamba will be in charge of Venom: The End #1. Venom will be traveling the length of space and time being the last defender of life in the universe.
There isn't a definite release date but Deadpool: The End #1 comes out sometime around January.