The first issue by Stephanie Phillips and Paolo Villanelli arrives in March of next year.
Hawkeye and Black Widow both turn 60 next year, having both debuted in the pages of Tales of Suspense back in 1964. To celebrate the duo, Marvel will release Black Widow and Hawkeye next year, a four-issue miniseries by Stephanie Phillips and Paolo Villanelli.
“I love getting the chance to dig deep with Natasha Romanov and Clint Barton to tell a fast-paced spy story that celebrates their 60th anniversary,” Phillips said. “Nothing is as it seems, and I’m having a ton of fun writing these characters. Not to mention they both look great for 60.”
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The new miniseries will tie into ‘Fall of the House of X’ next year.
As a aprt of the big finale for the current Krakoa era of comics, Marvel has announced X-Men: Forever, a four-issue miniseries by Immortal X-Men writer Kieron Gillen and artist Luca Maresca.
The miniseries will tie into Gillen’s work on Rise of the Powers of X, which was announced last month alongside Fall of the House of X.
“X-Men: Forever is Luca and myself doing a coda to Immortal X-Men, a requiem for the Krakoan age and generally setting fire to all time and space,” Gillen said. “It’s the manipulative hand in the steel glove that is Rise of the Powers of X. By the time it drops, you’ll be wondering what on Earth is going on with certain characters, and X-Men: Forever will give you all the answers.”
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