Marvel Reveals a Map of its 2022-2023 Comics Slate at New York Comic-Con
With some massive events on the horizon for fans, there is no understating how exciting the coming year is for the world of comics; excitement that has only grown as Marvel has revealed a map of its 2022-2023 comics slate at New York Comic-Con.
Over the years, the evolution of conventions has transformed them from a place where fans went to celebrate some of their favorite pop culture entities, to a place where studios and companies would proclaim what’s to come for their upcoming release schedules.
San Deigo Comic-Con and D23 have become the setting of some of the biggest announcements surrounding the Marvel Cinematic Universe, acting as the setting for some groundbreaking reveal from Marvel Studios.
The east coast version of that event has now become a place for Marvel comics to make some massive announcements of their own, as it has become the place where some of the biggest stories in comics are first unveiled to fans.
This year is no different, as Marvel has revealed a map of its 2022-2023 comics slate at New York Comic-Con, with some of the biggest events for the company on the horizon.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 8, 2022
The map takes fans through the summer of next year and has some titles that we know a little bit about, and some that we have no information on whatsoever.
The unveiled schedule first announces an Avenger Assemble and the highly-anticipated Dark Web Series capping off 2022, the latter of which is set to be one of the coolest runs that we have to look forward to.
2023 then kicks off with the enigmatic Sins of Sinister series, which will take fans into the unknown futures of a world corrupted by Mister ISnister; with the summer season bookended by an unannounced Summer of Symbiotes and Fall of X-Men run.
We cannot wait to see these series unfold, and will bring you all the new information we received about them in the coming days and weeks.