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Marvel Reveals Its 2023 Free Comic Book Day Titles


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Next year’s FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, Marvel Comics will have something for every fan, offering four separate titles packed with exciting entry points into the Marvel Comics mythos! In addition to lead-in stories to the biggest comic book sagas of 2023 including FALL OF X and SUMMER OF SYMBIOTES, 2023’s FREE COMIC BOOK DAY titles will also spotlight creators and characters from different cultures, communities, and identities and provide the perfect first comic for new readers!

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2023: AVENGERS/X-MEN #1 features a pair of all-new stories that set the stage for the next evolution in mutant adventures, FALL OF X, and introduces an uncanny new lineup for a new team book launching next year. Plus a preview of Jonathan Hickman and Valerio Schiti’s upcoming mystery project.

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2023: SPIDER-MAN/VENOM #1 will web-sling readers into the exciting developments currently taking place in Zeb Wells and John Romita Jr.’s hit run of Amazing Spider-Man and lay the groundwork for the SUMMER OF SYMBIOTES. Plus a preview of new Marvel epic just on the horizon.

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2023: MARVEL’S VOICES #1 invites readers to the groundbreaking and critically acclaimed Marvel's Voices series, which spotlights creators and characters across Marvel’s diverse and ever-evolving universe. The book will include a range of stories from previous Marvel’s Voices issues as well a brand-new one!

And last but certainly not least, FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2023: SPIDEY & FRIENDS #1 is back! Swing into adventure with Spidey, Ghost-Spider, and Miles as they face off against Green Goblin, Doc Ock and more in this spectacular special. Filled with easy-to-read comic stories based on the hit Disney Junior show, this book is perfect for the youngest readers aged 5-7. Young fans will even be able to test their wall-crawling skills with thrilling interactive activity pages! Kids will love this not-to-be-missed comic: the perfect primer for the newest generation of Spider-Fans!

Check with your local comic shop regarding availability and don’t miss the chance to pick up these extraordinary one-shots when they arrive in May! Check out the covers now and stay tuned for more information, including creative team info, artwork, and more!






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On 11/2/2022 at 6:43 PM, since83 said:

Uncanny Avengers was waaaay underrated. Loved that storyline with Apocalypses children. That payoff is why I now will read anything Ewing writes.

It was my favorite title of it's time, and it was better than any of the other Avengers or X-Men books on the shelves. I'll be thrilled if they're bringing it back. Now I'm just hoping they announce somebody worthy of taking over the main Avengers book, because Aaron sucks. So glad his writing tenure is coming to a close. I want better writing, and more classic Avengers characters back in the book.


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I actually Love Aaron, but change will be nice. It's actually his fault I'm heartbroken over the Halloween Massacre.

I hope whoever it is keeps Namor on the team. I always think of him as a mainstay Avenger, cause he was on the team when I bought my first issue. But he's actually barely on the team.

I just hope it isn't Cates. I canceled Hulk as soon as he got announced, and I canceled Thor for the first time in 20. Ewing seems a little busy, but it'd be nice if it was him.

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Namor's an Avenger from the classic era. I have no problem with him sticking around for a while, BUT, anybody who knows Namor is aware that his temper and/or ego is eventually gonna make him part ways with the team. My money would be on sooner, rather than later. That being said, I want characters like Vision, Wanda, Clint, Simon, Pietro, etc. to come back to the fold. Characters like Nighthawk, Ghost Rider, and Starbrand just don't belong. I would just like to see them go back to using characters from the 'pre-Avengers Disassembled' era, with the only possible exceptions being Luke Cage and Spider-Woman. They earned their spots.


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