Original WOLVERINE's Return Confirmed As Part of Marvel's GENERATIONS

Generations cover
Credit: Olivier Coipel (Marvel Comics)
Credit: Olivier Coipel (Marvel Comics)

New information has been released on Marvel's Generations, clarifying it as a 10-issue maxi-series with largely standalone on-off stories with a different pair of legacy heroes and creators in each issue.

Although described by Marvel as a "10-issue maxi-series," each issue of Generations will be labeled #1 with a different subtitle given to each issue - The Best, The Americas, The Bravest, etc. - to delineate each issue.

Here is a rundown of each issue, in order, with the characters and creators involved as described by Marvel

GENERATIONS: THE BEST starring Wolverine and All-New Wolverine
Written by Tom Taylor
Art by Ramon Rosanas

GENERATIONS: THE AMERICAS starring Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson
Written by Nick Spencer
Art by Paul Renaud

GENERATIONS: THE BRAVEST starring Captain Mar-Vell and Captain Marvel
Written by Margie Stohl
Art by Brent Schoonover

GENERATIONS: THE THUNDER starring The Mighty Thor and The Unworthy Thor
Written by Jason Aaron
Art by Mahmud Asrar

Credit: Marvel Comics



GENERATIONS: THE STRONGEST starring Bruce Banner and Amadeus Cho
Written by Greg Pak

GENERATIONS: THE ARCHERS starring Clint Barton and Kate Bishop
Written by Kelly Thompson

GENERATIONS: THE IRON starring Iron Man and Ironheart
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Marco Rudy

GENERATIONS: THE MARVELS starring Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel
Written by G. Willow Wilson

GENERATIONS: THE SPIDERS starring Peter Parker and Miles Morales
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Ramon Perez

GENERATIONS: THE PHOENIX starring Phoenix and Jean Grey
Written by Cullen Bunn

Credit: Olivier Coipel (Marvel Comics)

No artists are named for the The Strongest, The Archers, The Marvels or The Phoenix issues.

“Marvel’s greatest icons return to the page this August, paired with the next generation of the Marvel Universe,” said Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso. “However, do all our heroes emerge from Generations as they entered, or become something greater? If you want to know where Marvel is headed in the future, you don’t want to miss Generations.”

Generations is now scheduled to debut in August, the same month that the current Secret Empire is scheduled to conclude.

"Running August to September, this 10-issue maxi-series put to the test in this universe-wide team-up that will shed light on the most pressing questions about the future of the Marvel Universe, and the fate of everyone’s favorite heroes," said Marvel.com Senior Editor Ben Morse.

 

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