All The Marvel Legacy Title And Cover Reveals, All In One Place [UPDATED]

All day long, Marvel Comics have been changing the comics industry forever with the reveal that, come September’s industry-changing Marvel Legacy initiative, they will be publishing mostly all the same titles they were previously publishing, with a few exceptions. To illustrate just how industry-changing this is, each title has been revealed via a homage cover teaser likening it to a classic Marvel comic. It doesn’t get more industry changing than that.

Now, Bleeding Cool, in an attempt to change the comics journalism industry, will take a cue from Marvel and repackage our previous hit articles in a brand new one, gathering each of the individual groups of Legacy title and homage cover reveals into one article, effectively doubling our clicks.

Keep checking back, as we’ll keep this article updated as Marvel continues changing the industry all day long.

The first batch of titles were revealed as side-by-side comparisons, and confirmed Bleeding Cool’s reports of a Fantastic Three storyline in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, as well as a return to Planet Hulk in The Incredible Hulk:

America by Benjamin Caldwell

 

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur by Felipe Smith

 

Astonishing X-Men by John Cassaday

 

Incredible Hulk by Mike Deodato

 

Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows by Khary Randolph

 

X-Men: Blue by David Lopez

Next up, Marvel released some animated gifs showing off another batch of covers, so that you can barely get a glimpse at the new one before it changes back to the old one, a trend they would continue throughout the day:

Iceman by Michael Ryan

 

Invincible Iron Man by Alan Davis

 

Luke Cage by Dave Johnson

 

Old Man Logan by Cameron Stewart

 

Secret Warriors by Dave Johnson

The third round of covers came with a real boner, as the Marvel media partner site that was handed these EXCLUSIVE images misidentified what appears to be a Miles Morales Spider-Man cover as a Spider-Man vs. Deadpool cover. As a result, we can’t be sure the artist listed is correct on that one either, at least at this time. And the Infinite Gauntlet/Guardians image only loops a single time, so it’s probably stopped looping by the time you’re reading this. Didn’t Marvel have time to get this stuff ready ahead of time?!

Champions by Daniel Mora

 

Guardians by Ron Lim (it only loops once, so open it in a new tab)

 

Hawkeye by Greg Smallwood

 

Jessica Jones by Daniel Mora

 

Spider-Man, by Giuseppe Camuncoli, or not.

 

U.S. Avengers by Christian Ward

The fourth set of Marvel Legacy homage covers revealed a new Moon Knight series and an Iron Punisher costume:

Avengers by Mike Allred

 

Cable by Sir Robert Liefeld

 

The Despicable Deadpool by Salvador Espin

 

Moon Knight by Bill Sienkiewicz
Punisher by Tim Bradstreet
Royals by Juan Doe

The fifth set of Marvel Legacy homage covers were revealed on the website Nerdist, and either they or Marvel forgot to include the names of the artists who drew them. Whoops! Well, it’s not the worst thing to happen to artists seeking credit for their work in Marvel history.

For the sixth set of industry-changing Marvel Legacy homage cover and title reveals, we learned that Hulk will be renamed She-Hulk once more… but does it signify a change in tone for the character, or is it simply a way to get that legacy numbering added to the book? Who the hell knows? All we’ve gotten is these dumb covers all day instead of any actual news!

Venom by Francesco Mattina

 

She-Hulk by Duncan Fegredo

 

Monsters Unleashed by Daniel Mora

 

Black Bolt by Christian Ward

 

Amazing Spider-Man by Alex Ross

 

All-New Wolverine by Kris Anka

The seventh set of titles revealed a new Spirits of Vengeance title, as predicted by previous Bleeding Cool reports, which is probably the most exciting thing we’ve seen happen all industry-changing day, if we’re being honest. We also finally learn the artist of that Spider-Man cover (Mark Bagley), which means the Spider-Man vs. Deadpool cover must be lost somewhere within the Marvel offices. Have they tried looking in their other pants?

Spirits of Vengeance by Ken Lashley

 

Defenders by Szymon Kudranski

 

Jean Grey by Mike Mayhew

 

X-Men Gold by Ben Caldwell

 

Spider-Gwen by Khary Randolph

 

Spider-Man by Mark Bagley

And in the eighth and final(?) set of title reveals, Marvel took to its own website, for an article literally titled “Marvel Changes The Comic Book Industry” that we have no choice but to believe is purposeful trolling at this point:

In addition, this set of images finally included the Spider-Man vs. Deadpool cover, solving at least one mystery for the day:

And in what we suppose was some kind of grand finale, Marvel changed the industry with six more individual images today, sent via press release, teasing the possible death of Jane Foster in The Mighty Thor:

Mighty Thor by Stephanie Hans

A reminder that Ms Marvel will continue to be published, as if that were ever in doubt:

The return of Sam Wilson to the Falcon mantle:

Falcon by Elizabeth Torque

 

Spider-Man behind bars!

Greg Pak and artists TBD and TBD (don’t) relaunch Weapon X:

And the grandest finale of all: the return of Marvel Two-in-One. That’s right, the most industry-changingest announcement of all was: the return of Marvel Two-in-One.

 

So how do you feel, comic book industry? Do you feel different?

About Jude Terror

A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

twitter   envelope   globe