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Marvel announces explosive ‘Avengers Forever’ #1 for December

‘AVENGERS #50 lights the fire. AVENGERS FOREVER is the explosion that follows,’ Jason Aaron explained.

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Marvel Comics has revealed the ongoing Avengers series is changing its name thanks to multiverse hijinks with Avengers Forever #1 launching December 22nd. The series is by Jason Aaron and Aaron Kuder and was announced last week along with seven new titles including Timeless, Devil’s Reign, She-Hulk, and new Wolverine series.

Being a huge fan of Kuder’s work–definitely check out Thor Annual #1–this cover should get you very excited. Not only does it feature an incredible number of characters, but look at that detail!

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So what’s Avengers Forever about?

It begins with a quest for cosmic vengeance. Ghost Rider finds himself roaring through the wasteland on a ruined Earth, where the great age of heroes never came to be, where hope is a four-letter word and where his only ally in the coming battle against the greatest villains any universe has ever seen is the world’s most wanted archaeologist, Tony Stark…the Invincible Ant-Man.

“AVENGERS #50 lights the fire. AVENGERS FOREVER is the explosion that follows,” Jason Aaron explained in a statement sent to AIPT. “A slam bang supernova of a megabomb that sends shockwaves across all of reality, to earth after earth that’s been defaced by the new Multiversal Masters of Evil, to the ruins of Asgard at the end of time, to an Avengers Tower that sits atop a bedrock of fallen gods at Infinity’s End. Along the way, we meet some new versions of Avengers we know, as well as witness the return of some dear old friends, in a series that will swing for the fences with each and every issue, as the Mightiest Heroes of all the Earths in the heavens look to assemble as never before.”

Kuder added he’s excited for the series saying, “In space no one can hear you scream. In alternate realities, no one can tell you ‘that doesn’t fit with continuity.” Kuder went on, “It is a huge blast to work together on this with Jason. The over-the-top nature of this, the craziness of the scope… that is, in my opinion, one of Jason’s strongest storytelling flexes. This is going to be a blast for anyone on this ride.”

Check out the cover by Kuder below.

Marvel announces 'Avengers Forever' #1 for December

For more on Avengers Forever, read the official press release below.

New York, NY— September 10, 2021 — This December, prepare to enter the ever-fascinating and unpredictable Marvel Comics multiverse in AVENGERS FOREVER. Announced last week, AVENGERS FOREVER will be a new ongoing Avengers series from two of today’s most outstanding super hero masterminds: writer Jason Aaron and artist Aaron Kuder.  Spinning out of the cataclysmic events of AVENGERS #750 and operating in lockstep with Jason Aaron’s prime AVENGERS series, this latest great Avengers epic will feature the Mightiest Heroes of every Earth as they assemble for one of the greatest battles the Marvel Universe has ever witnessed. Throughout this saga , fans can expect appearances by fan-favorite characters from across the multiverse such as Captain Carter, America Chavez, Starhawk and more along with brand-new reimagined heroes like the Invincible Ant-Man that will take the world by storm!

It begins with a quest for cosmic vengeance. Ghost Rider finds himself roaring through the wasteland on a ruined Earth, where the great age of heroes never came to be, where hope is a four-letter word and where his only ally in the coming battle against the greatest villains any universe has ever seen is the world’s most wanted archaeologist, Tony Stark…the Invincible Ant-Man.

“AVENGERS #50 lights the fire. AVENGERS FOREVER is the explosion that follows,” Jason Aaron explained. “A slam bang supernova of a megabomb that sends shockwaves across all of reality, to earth after earth that’s been defaced by the new Multiversal Masters of Evil, to the ruins of Asgard at the end of time, to an Avengers Tower that sits atop a bedrock of fallen gods at Infinity’s End. Along the way, we meet some new versions of Avengers we know, as well as witness the return of some dear old friends, in a series that will swing for the fences with each and every issue, as the Mightiest Heroes of all the Earths in the heavens look to assemble as never before.”

“Completely stoked to be working on Avengers Forever… In space no one can hear you scream. In alternate realities, no one can tell you ‘that doesn’t fit with continuity,’” Kuder said. “It is a huge blast to work together on this with Jason. The over-the-top nature of this, the craziness of the scope… that is, in my opinion, one of Jason’s strongest storytelling flexes. This is going to be a blast for anyone on this ride.”

Meet the Multiverse’s Mightiest Heroes when AVENGERS FORVEVER #1 hits stands on December 22. For more information, visit Marvel.com.

AVENGERS FOREVER #1
Written by JASON AARON
Art and Cover by AARON KUDER

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