Adam Chapman firstname.lastname@example.org
Behold The Watcher; Harbinger; The Myth of Man; The Scarlet Thread; Yin & Yang; The Shaman of Greenwich Village; Age of Ultron
Two mysterious strangers enter Uatu The Watcher's home to gain a glimpse of that which Uatu has been watching!
Ed Brubaker; Jeph Loeb; David Lapham; Chris Yost; Fred Van Lente; Matt Fraction; Brian Michael Bendis
Javier Pulido; Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines; Roberto De La Torre; Ryan Stegman & Michael Babinski; Salvador Larroca; Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson; Bryan Hitch & Paul Neary
Javier Rodriguez; Morry Hollowell; Lee Loughridge; Marte Gracia; Guru-EFX; Sonia Oback; Paul Mounts
Chris Eliopoulos; Comicraft's A. Deschesne; Virtual Calligraphy's Cory Petit; Virtual Calligraphy's Joe Caramagna; Virtual Calligraphy's Joe Sabino; Virtual Calligraphy's Clayton Cowles; Virtual Calligraphy's Cory Petit
Lauren Sankovitch & Tom Brevoort; Lauren Sankovitch & Tom Brevoort; Jody Leheup; Stephen Wacker & Tom Brennan; Alejandro Arbona; Alejandro Arbona & Tom Brevoort; Lauren Sankovitch & Tom Brevoort
Adam Kubert & Morry Hollowell
Nick Bradshaw & Marte Gracia
Prior to the release of this book, I was really looking forward to it, as it promised to give the reader insight into where the Marvel Universe
would be going in 2012, and help set up the big stories/events that Marvel
has planned for next year. However, when all is said and done, I'm not entirely sure that that's what the reader got here. What we did get was snippets that lead into upcoming launches of new books, but whether or not those books are really worthy of a large, highly promoted book like this is the question which will determine whether or not this book is actually worth the time and money spent on it.