The first new title is Strikeforce (not to be confused with Marvel Strike Force, the mobile game). This Strikeforce
assembles brings together Angela, Blade, Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Wiccan, the Winter Soldier, Monica Rambeau, and Daimon Hellstrom to do “… the dirty jobs the Avengers and other Marvel heroes can’t do”. The first issue is written by Tini Howard, with art by German Peralta, and cover by Andrea Sorrentino.
Black Widow, aka. Natasha Romanoff, gets a new title sounding a bit like the treatment Captain Marvel got with The Life of Captain Marvel. The premise involves “… a mysterious figure exploiting the hero’s past. And in response, the Widow may have to go off the grid”. Sounds like something Black Widow would have to do. This title is written by Jody Houser, with art by Stephen Mooney, and a cover by Junggeun Yoon.
The last tease includes the least amount of information (for now). The title or event is called The Ultron Agenda and has the tagline “Unite of perish”. It features art by Mike Deodato and along with Ultron (still looking like Pymtron), features Iron Man. It may just be the next storyline in the Tony Stark: Iron Man series (August’s solicits does say that one of the Avengers greatest threats return). We’ll see.
It turns out that The Ultron Agenda is the next arc of Tony Stark: Iron Man, not a separate series. Looks like they are out to ruin Machine Man next…
TONY STARK: IRON MAN #16
DAN SLOTT & JIM ZUB (W)
VALERIO SCHITI (A)
COVER BY ALEXANDER LOZANO
“THE ULTRON AGENDA” STARTS HERE!
Watch out, Iron Man! The Robot Uprising of the Marvel Universe has begun! But it’s NOT Ultron leading the charge… it’s Machine Man?! The A.I.’s are on the attack – and they might be in the right. Battle lines are being drawn, and it’s time for Tony Stark, Jocasta, Andy Bhang and the rest of the cast to pick sides.
32 PGS./RATED T+ …$3.99