Marvel announced Tuesday that it will unveil it's post-Secret Wars plans, dubbed "All-New All-Different Marvel," in a free 64-page color magazine on July 1. This magazine will be available in comic stores and available later digitally, and will reportedly feature the publisher's new line-up in what it calls an "all-new Marvel Universe."
"This epic magazines features your first real look into ALL-NEW, ALL-DIFFERENT MARVEL! No daily teasers, no scouring the Internet for multiple announcements – just explosively striking images of Marvel’s new lineup coming in the latter half of 2015 from the industry’s top creators! Exciting teams, dynamic characters, deadly villains, dazzling creators and more will be revealed!"
Marvel SVP Sales & Marketin David Gabriel calls this "a great way to reward fans who visit their local comic shops," saying that this magazine will be the official reveal of the "All-New All-Different Marvel" titles. Some of the "All-New All-Different Marvel" titles will be announced before this however, as Brian Michael Bendis has stated that his new project will be announced at this weekend's Special Edition: NYC convention.