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Marvel Comics officially reveals 45 titles that will start after Secret Wars

Susana Polo is an entertainment editor at Polygon, specializing in pop culture and genre fare, with a primary expertise in comic books. Previously, she founded The Mary Sue.

The future of the Marvel comics universe just got a lot more clear, with the official reveal of 45 preview images, titles and creative teams. These books represent 45 of the titles that will comprise the company's editorial lineup this fall, after the events of Secret Wars. There isn't much we know for sure about how the company-wide crossover that began with the destruction of the Marvel Universe will shake out. It's a good bet that Marvel's best selling series will remain. And with the unification of a few different Marvel timelines (but not quite all of them, the multiverse structure will remain) there'll be new characters, or at least new versions of characters, to for the main Marvel universe to play around with.

What we do know is that the post-Secret Wars titles will pick up eight months after the end of the events of the crossover, and they'll be coming out sometime this fall. Marvel's been slowly announcing their new lineup (for example, the Ultimate Marvel universe's Miles Morales will headline Spider-man this fall), but this preview has given us a tantalizing look at the young X-Men on a road trip, a mystery Hulk, Scarlet Witch in her first ongoing series, Squirrel Girl on an Avengers team, and a heavily pregnant Spider-Woman.

So without further ado, here's 45 of Marvel's post-Secret Wars titles:

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