New Agents of Atlas Series Joins War of the Realms, by Greg Pak and Gang-Hyuk Lim

If anyone still doubts that War of the Realms will be, as Marvel declared, their biggest-ever super-mega-crossover event, those doubts must surely be eroding with each day that Marvel announces new tie-ins, spin-offs, companion series, and variant cover promotions. The latest new series to launch as part of War of the Realms is War of the Realms: New Agents of Atlas, from the creative team of Greg Pak and Gang-Hyuk Lim. Billy Tan provides the cover for at least the first issue, which can be seen below.

In addition to Old Agents of Atlas Amadeus Cho, Shang-Chi, Silk, and Jimmy Woo, the New Agents of Atlas will see the debut of Chinese superheroes created in partnership with Marvel and NetEase last year, and some more new characters as well in this four-issue miniseries. Check out more details from the press release:

After a shock-and-awe invasion, the Accursed splits the globe into provinces set to be ruled by his dark and damned collaborators. As Sindr, Immortal Queen of Muspelheim, and her legions of Fire Demons march on Asia, a new band of heroes must unite to protect the Pacific Rim…

Introducing the NEW AGENTS OF ATLAS!

Featuring the Marvel Comics debut of the Super Heroes called Wave, Aero, and Sword Master, the story sees Amadeus Cho reassemble his “protectors” to save the world from incineration. Cho has successfully led a ragtag team of heroes to defend the Earth from an alien invasion in the past, but can he do it again this time?

Shang-Chi, Silk, and Jimmy Woo quickly join Brawn in the fight…but where is Kamala Khan? Meanwhile, new heroes Crescent, Io, and Luna Snow are making their own entrance into the Marvel Universe, so how will they impact the global conflict?

Get to know this brand-new union of Super Heroes as Marvel’s newest heroes from China, Aero and Sword Master, team-up with a mysterious new Filipino heroine named Wave in the crazed crucible of WAR OF THE REALMS!

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