Totally Awesome Hulk #15 (2016)  //  Marvel Comics 

“Amadeus Cho is slowly learning how to become a team player, but he better learn fast when Ms. Marvel, Shang Chi, Silk and a host of other heroes come to town! “

Story: Greg Pak, art: Mahmud Asrar, cover: Stonehouse, Mukesh Singh

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Thor: Ragnarok Promo Art Features The Hulk and Thor in Armor
A new piece of promotion art for Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok has emerged online, and it shows The Hulk and Thor wearing armor, war paint on their faces, and getting ready for battle. They'll probably look this way in the Grandmaster's Gladiator games, which is straight from the Planet Hulk comic book storyline. As you can see, Thor is wielding a couple of swords, which is something we've never seen from the God of Thunder before in the MCU because he's always known to wield the
  • Vision: Clint, you can't overpower me.
  • Clint: I know I can't,
  • *looks at Wanda*
  • Clint: But she can
  • Wanda's brain: wtf clint, why you dragging me into this, what'd i ever do to you? did i ever throw you under the bus? no. frick you.
  • Wanda: okay

One-half of the Marvel NOW! “Divided We Stand” promotional image featured young heroes stepping into the spotlight, including Riri Williams, Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Totally Awesome Hulk (Amadeus Cho), Wasp (Nadia Pym), Gwenpool, America Chavez, and Hawkeye (Kate Bishop). Riri Williams made headlines when it was announced she’d be replacing Tony Stark in the pages of “Invincible Iron Man” as the new hero Ironheart. Nadia Pym debuted in “All-New, All-Different Avengers” and will have her own ongoing series, and Kate Bishop is stepping out of the shadow of Clint Barton in “Hawkeye.”

In recent years, Marvel has put an emphasis on establishing new, younger versions of their legacy heroes to reflect a changing society. Marvel NOW! 2.0 is another example of these steps being taken, and the results thus far have been really encouraging.