From the "desk" of mcknight57
We would like to present a list of the new Marvel titles under their Marvel NOW! campaign.
All New X-Men: Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen Out Now (11/14/12)
The original five X-Men join the current team in the present day after the events of Avengers vs X-Men.
Avengers: Jonathan Hickman and Jerome Opena (12/ /12)
A relaunch of the Avengers with a new creative team and faces from recent iterations of the team.
Avengers Arena: Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker (12/ /12)
Many young Avengers will be plucked from their lives and dropped into a Murder World one-on-one death match.
Cable and X-Force: Dennis Hopeless and Salvador Larroca (12/ /12)
Cable returns to lead Domino, Colossus, Forge and Dr. Nemesis. They will be branded as terrorists and chased by the Uncanny Avengers.
Captain America: Rick Remender and John Romita Jr. (11/21/12)
This will be a new direction for Captain America. It will include a trip to Dimension Z, which we can only hope means "zombies."
Deadpool: Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan and Tony Moore Out Now (11/7/12)
Deadpool has been "recruited" by S.H.I.E.L.D. in order to combat the reanimated, ghostly versions of all of the former Presidents of the United States.
Fantastic Four: Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley Out Now (11/14/2012)
The most awesome family in Marvel takes a trip through time and space, with a whole lot of "are we there yet?" Okay, probably not that much.
Fearless Defenders: Cullen Bunn and Will Sliney (2/ /13)
This will be an all-female title from Marvel, with such characters as Valkyrie, Misty Knight and more to be recruited after the first issue.
Guardians of The Galaxy: Brian Michael Bendis and Steve McNiven (2/ /13)
The team will now be defending the galaxy and getting S.W.O.R.D. involved. The team will consist of Star Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Iron Man, Drax, Groot and Gamora.
Indestructible Hulk: Mark Waid and Leinil Yu (11/21/12)
Bruce Banner teams with S.H.I.E.L.D. to make Hulk truly the ultimate weapon, hopefully for good.
Iron Man: Kieron Gillen and Greg Land Out Now (11/7/12)
The series continues from the last installment of Iron Man and finds Tony dealing with the repercussions of the Extremis storyline.
Morbius: The Living Vampire: Joe Keatinge and Rich Elson (1/ /13)
All that is currently known is that it will not be a strictly horror title as has been the case in the past.
New Avengers: Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting (12/ /12)
This will be a darer, more realistic book than the optimistic original Avengers that Captain America and Tony Stark have built.
Nova: Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuiness (2/ /13)
We will be seeing a new Nova and a very compelling origin story, according to Jeph Loeb.
Thor: God of Thunder: Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic Out Now (11/14/12)
We will be seeing a very different Thor, in a condition he's never really known before. For the first time, he will be afraid for himself and the gods of Asgard.
Thunderbolts: Daniel Way and Steve Dillon (12/ /12)
This will be the Thunderbolts that nobody ever expected. None of the new team have ever really been team players before.
Savage Wolverine: Frank Cho (1/ /13)
The story will be primarily in the Savage Land, and include a team-up with Shanna the She-Devil. From what has been mentioned, we probably won't see Ka-Zar, her husband.
Secret Avengers: Nick Spencer and Luke Ross (3/ / 13)
This will be a truly top secret team, with cool black-ops style story arcs and classic spy stuff through out. There's even a few extra awesome team members like a new Iron Patriot and Taskmaster.
Superior Spider-Man: Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman (1/ / 13)
There will be a darker, more aggressive Spider-Man. There has been speculation to his identity, since it's NOT Peter Parker, but nothing confirmed.
Uncanny Avengers: Rick Remender and John Cassaday Out Now (10/31/12)
The X-Men and Avengers have come together as one team, with Cyclops' brother Alex (Havok) as their leader, with very good reason.
Uncanny X-Force: Sam Humphries and Ron Garney (1/ /13)
There will be a new cast and new looks for Marvel NOW!'s Uncanny X-Force. Writer Sam Humphries is going for big and bold on this title.
Uncanny X-Men: Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo (2/ /13)
We'll be getting a new look at the Scott Summers as he tries more than ever to live up to the legacy of Professor Xavier. He will be joined by Magik, Magneto and Emma Frost.
Wolverine: Paul Cornell and Alan Davis (3/ /13)
This series is more about Wolverine trying to be a normal guy and just run a school. The action comes when he is trying to save those he cares for ... and Quentin Quire.
Young Avengers: Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and Mike Norton (1/ /13)
This is a teen superhero book, which replaces Avengers Academy. They're not nearly trained enough, but they have the youthful optimism to still fight the good fight.
X-Men: Legacy: Simon Spurrier and Tan Eng Huat Out Now (11/14/12)
This book focuses on Legion, the omega-level son of Charles Xavier, who is learning how to control his multiple personalities and the powers that accompany them.