It's no secret that Marvel Comics plans on releasing a ton of new titles later this fall as part of its "All-New All-Different" strategy. Since last week, leading up to San Diego Comic-Con, the company has released a few names of titles we'll see later this year.
Previously, Marvel announced a title for A-Force, its all-female Avengers team, as well as new launches of some of its more familiar titles, including The Amazing Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel, Spider-Gwen and others.
Today, though, Marvel released the full list of its upcoming titles, as reported by ComicBook.com. Some titles come as a surprise, such as Ultimates, especially considering that comic book readers believe the Ultimate Universe is dead. That title's writer is Al Ewing, with Kenneth Rocafort providing art.
The company also plans on releasing Squadron Supreme, written by James Robinson, with art by Leonard Kirk and cover art by Alex Ross.
The X-Men also put in several appearances, including Extraordinary X-Men written by Jeff Lemire with art by Humberto Ramos, Uncanny X-Men written by Cullen Bunn with art by Greg Land and All-New X-Men written by Dennis Hopeless with art by Mark Bagley.
Carnage also gets his own title, perhaps hinting at an appearance in the new rebooted Spider-Man films. Its writer is Gerry Conway, with art by Mike Perkins and cover art by Mike Del Mundo.
Finally, the Avengers are well-represented, not just with A-Force, but also with All-New All-Different Avengers written by Mark Waid with art by Adam Kubert and Mahmud Asrar and cover art by Alex Ross; Uncanny Avengers written by Gerry Duggan with art by Ryan Stegman and New Avengers written by Al Ewing with artwork by Gerardo Sandoval.
To see all 45 titles, you can read the full list over at ComicBook.com.