Road to War of the Realms Leads Through Avengers, Thor, and Asgardians of the Galaxy in March

Marvel’s full March solicitations will drop later today, but ahead of that, Marvel is teasing the lead-in to War of the Realms, billed as the biggest super-mega-crossover event Marvel has ever done, “unparalleled” as they put it, compared to Secret Wars, but apparently bigger. So massive, in fact, that it requires three separate series to crossover with it before it even starts!

Marvel sent out a press release teasing “Road to War of the Realms” branding on March’s issues of Avengers, Thor, and Asgardians of the Galaxy. Check out the press release below:

The War Of The Realms is coming…and no corner of the Marvel Universe will be untouched! But before the award-winning creative team of Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson ushers in this epic event, Marvel invites you to journey on the road to the War of the Realms with some of the universe’s biggest heroes!

Join the Avengers as they battle the undead, who are vying for the title of the new Lord of the Damned! Hop into space with the Asgardians of the Galaxy as they encounter Ego the Living Planet! And in the final prelude to the War of the Realms, prepare for an invasion with Thor and Lady Freyja as they fight to keep Midgard safe from an initial strike by the Dark Elves…

THE WAR OF THE REALMS is coming, and it starts in March with these stories! Look for Marvel’s special “Road To” branding on the covers of these select issues.

AVENGERS #16
Written by JASON AARON
Art and Cover by DAVID MARQUEZ

AVENGERS #17
Written by JASON AARON
Art and Cover by DAVID MARQUEZ

ASGARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #7
Written by CULLEN BUNN
Art by MATTEO BUFFAGNI
Cover by JAMAL CAMPBELL

THOR #11
Written by JASON AARON
Art by LEE GARBETT
Cover by MIKE DEL MUNDO

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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.

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