With another Marvel Now relaunch coming, it might be worth looking to titles that once were All-New All-Different but have yet to make it to print.
Such as Gamora, a series written by original Guardians Of The Galaxy screenwriter Nicole Perlman. Announced in 2014, still on the books but without an artist.
Recently Afua Richardson was meant to have come on board to draw the book... but no news yet.
And then there’s Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham‘s continuation of Miracleman The Silver Age and creating the final chapter The Dark Age.
Maybe they can join DC Comics’ young magic series Mystic U, announced as written by Alisa Kwitney, and Dark Universe originally announced with James Tynion and Ming Doyle before they pulled out, both part of last year’s DC You event yet never coming to print.
Will any of these appear in Marvel and DC’s solicitations for October?
- DC Comics to Publish English Translation of Batman & the Justice League Manga - March 18, 2018
- Solicits for DC Ink and Zoom Titles Mera, Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass, and DC Super Hero Girls: Search for Atlantis - March 18, 2018
- Brian Michael Bendis’s Creator-Owned Comics to Cost Less from DC Than Marvel - March 18, 2018
- 8 More Absolute/Omnibus Books from DC Comics, from Flashpoint to Before Watchmen - March 18, 2018
- Adapting Madness – Bringing H.P. Lovecraft’s World to Life - March 18, 2018