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More Acts of Evil tie-ins revealed

The crossover of heroes and villains continues this summer at Marvel Comics, with a second round of announced matchups for Acts of Evil.

Acting out

As we told you about a month back, the fourth big event for 2019 coming out of Marvel Comics is Acts of Evil. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because it’s a thematic follow-up to the classic Acts of Vengeance crossover from 80s.

Acts of Evil matches heroes up with villains that they haven’t really faced before. Each fight will take place in an Annual issue of a running series, and it doesn’t seem as though there’ll be a central “event book” tying them all together. Venom, Punisher, and Ms. Marvel will feature in the first round, with a 2nd set just announced.

Those are…

  • DEADPOOL ANNUAL #1: DEADPOOL VS. NIGHTMARE
    • Written by DANA SCHWARTZ
    • Art by REILLY BROWN
    • Cover by AARON KUDER
  • SHE-HULK ANNUAL #1: SHE-HULK VS. BULLSEYE
    • Written by ALEXANDRA PETRI
    • Art by ANDY MACDONALD
    • Cover by MIRKA ANDOLFO
  • GHOST SPIDER ANNUAL #1: GHOST-SPIDER VS. ARCADE 
    • Written by VITA AYALA
    • Art by PERE PEREZ
  • MOON KNIGHT ANNUAL #1: MOON KNIGHT VS. KANG
    • Written by CULLEN BUNN
    • Art by IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA 
  • WOLVERINE ANNUAL #1: WOLVERINE VS. MORGAN LE FAY 
    • Written by JODY HOUSER
    • Art by TBD

More are on the way of course, as this looks to be a line-wide Annual event. We’ll have those for you, as well as a promised old-school checklist of titles, in the weeks to come.

Acts of Evil will begin this August and run through September.

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