The new Cap takes his Mighty Avengers into battle this Fall.
This November, Sam Wilson takes the Mighty Avengers higher, further and bigger than ever before in CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE MIGHTY AVENGERS #1 – an all-new series launching as part of Avengers NOW! Fan-favorite Mighty Avengers scribe Al Ewing returns along with new series artist Luke Ross for a new series with a new mission spinning directly out of the upcoming Avengers & X-Men: AXIS!
Sam Wilson has inherited his new patriotic moniker, but is he up to the task of leading a team of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? The hero formerly known as Falcon has some new ideas for the rag-tag team of Mighty Avengers – but the events of AXIS may spell doom for the inexperienced leader. And not everyone on the team is happy with Sam’s new position as leader. Spider-Man is back, too – Amazing this time, NOT Superior. Luke Cage & Jessica Jones are still itching to give him some payback for trying to take their daughter to Child Services. And what is Luke Cage doing meeting with the head of the notorious Cortex corporation?
“As for the mission statement – same as it’s ever been,” promises writer Al Ewing, in an interview with Marvel.com. “Help those in need, however they need it. This is where all the work over the previous series pays off – the Gem theater is refurbished, the hotline is in place, the field team is on standby to take care of problems nobody else can handle. The Mighty Avengers are hitting the ground running.”
All this and more in just the first issue True Believer! No fan can afford to miss this all-new beginning when CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE MIGHTY AVENGERS #1 takes off this November!
Boy does that sound like a whole lot of trouble for FalCap. Mighty Avengers has an interesting makeup and there’s so much under the surface of this squad of Earth’s Mightiest that it’s bound to be an interesting read. It should be interesting to see how FalCap handles all these different personalities since this’ll be his first go-around in command of a team.
How all this comes about is still something of a mystery too, since we have yet to see the whole Falcon taking-the-shield thing really happens, and how the new team comes together. It should be interesting, especially if you’re a longtime fan, as this new Avengers team represents pretty easily the most radical change for the team, well, ever.
Catch it when Al Ewing and Luke Ross bring Captain America & The Mighty Avengers to comic shops this November.
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