Marvel Comics released their solicitations for November, which informs fans what collections and toys will be available in the near future. After going over the information ourselves, we found 11 things that were worth noting for the upcoming month.
Civil War II Ends
The summer event that pitted heroes against heroes comes to a close this November. The ending of Civil War II is sure to have ramifications that stretch across the entire Marvel Universe. Unfortunately, the solicit did not reveal any information about the conclusion of the book.
Inhumans vs X-Men Starts
After heroes fought heroes in Civil War II. Marvel's next event will be heroes fighting heroes in IvX. Many people see the Inhumans as the new X-Men, since Marvel doesn't own the film rights to anything mutant, hence why people think they've been buried at Marvel for the past few years. Now, these two popular concepts will be fighting each other in a book by writer Charles Soule and artist Kenneth Rocafort.
Thanos Has His Own Book
Thanos has a small hand in Civil War II, and out of that, he's getting his own series from writer Jeff Lemire and artist Mike Deodato. Once again, this character is seeking vengeance across the universe so expect a dark and violent new series.
Riri Williams Is Iron Man
A new Iron Man series means a new Iron Man. Teenage genius, Riri Williams, takes over as Iron Manin this renumbered series. Williams will build her own Iron Man suit and try to fill those super-powered boots. Brian Michael Bendis continues to write the series with Stefano Caselli on art.
Four Ongoing Series Are Renumbering
Most Marvel fans know that when a major event ends, the publisher tends to renumber all of their series. Many times, a new creative team will jump onto the book as well. The books starting back at #1 this time around are Avengers, Invincible Iron Man, Ultimates (Now called Ultimates 2), and Venom (who is now back on Earth).
New Series: Black Panther: World of Wakanda
Ta-Nehisi Coates' Black Panther series has been a hit, and now, there's a new spin-off written by Coates, Roxane Gay, and Yona Harvey that delves into the antagonists from the main series and explores who they are. This book plans on really getting into just what makes up Wakanda and why it's so special.
New Series: Foolkiller
One of the mercenaries for hire that worked with Deadpool is getting his own series in November. Writer Max Bemis and artist Dalibor Talajic explore the character Foolkiller. He'll be working with SHIELD to try and rehabilitate supervillains. If they don't make progress, they will die.
New Series: Ghost Rider
Robbie Reyes is back as Ghost Rider! It's been quite a while since we've seen the young hero, who drives a muscle car rather than riding a bike. Felipe Smith returns to write the series with Danilo Beyruth and Tradd Moore coming back to do the art. Reyes will be dealing with his own ghosts from his past, including his evil uncle Eli, who is the spirit of vengeance, all while Reyes tries to be a hero.
New Series: Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows
Spinning out of Secret Wars, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows returns. Peter Parker and Mary Jane from another universe have a daughter of their own, and they all have spider-powers. Writer Gerry Conway and artist Ryan Stegman take on this superhuman family in this new book.
New Series: Occupy Avengers
Hawkeye is in a bit of a tough place after killing Bruce Banner. However, he will be starring in a new series from writer David Walker and artist Carlos Pacheco. Here, Hawkeye will be standing up for the little guy in what seems to be a Robin Hood story, putting the power back into the hands of the powerless.
New Mini-Series: The Unworthy Thor
While Jane Foster has been running around the Marvel Universe as Thor, Odinson has been absent. Writer Jason Aaron and artist Olivier Coipel explore what the character has been up to as he goes on a quest to regain his hammer and powers. Hopefully, we'll finally have an answer as to why Odinson lost the ability to be Thor.