As suspected, Marvel didn't waste much time revealing more of the five blacked-out members of the All-New, All-Different Avengers roster, who will debut as the lead feature in the publisher's 2015 Free Comic Book Day Gold offering in May.
Wednesday morning they revealed two more - the Vision and Nova.
Nova is spot on with Newsarama's speculation on Tuesday, but the identity of this Nova remains in question. The most prominent Nova at the moment is Sam Alexander from the Nova series and would fit with the speculated theme of being legacy heroes. That being said, a return for Marvel's original Nova Richard Rider isn't out of the question, nor is it being a Nova not-yet-introduced such as the ones listed as part of the upcoming The Infinity Gauntlet series set during "Secret Wars."
The second hero, the Vision, is also a legacy hero but different than the others. The Vision was one of the caped heroes Newsarama speculated it might be, and his position as a legacy hero stems from being created in comics By Ultron, who was created by the original Ant-Man, Hank Pym, but also featuring a psyche patterned after another Avenger, Wonder Man. It goes deeper than that however, as for a time it was believed in comics that the Vision was a re-use of the android body of the original Human Torch, Jim Hammond. Also, Marvel published a previous character named the Vision in the 1940s that, while unrelated, has some similiar visual cues.
Of course, the Vision could always be reprogrammed with the brain waves of any deceased hero, so there's that potential as well.
The Vision has appeared most recently in the recently re-numbered Uncanny Avengers series by Rick Remender and Daniel Acuna. No creative team has been announced for The All-New, All-Different Avengers yet, but this cover is illustrated by Jerome Opena.