Hickman, Spencer and Caselli Go "Global" in Latest Marvel NYCC Teaser

Marvel Comics maintains the pace Friday with another "All-New Marvel NOW!" teaser image -- its seventh in a week -- this time promoting a presumably Avengers-related project from writers Jonathan Hickman and Nick Spencer, and artist Stefano Caselli.

The latest teaser features the word "global" in green. Hickman's "Avengers" run has had a global -- and interplanetary -- bent since its start last year, with a stated goal of expanding the team's scope, and a first arc titled "Avengers World." Yet it was revealed earlier this month that Hickman and artist Esad Ribic are on board for the first post-"Infinity" "Avengers" arc, the five-part "Rogue Planet" starting in December -- suggesting this teaser is related to companion title "New Avengers," or something else entirely.

The use of green could mean many things, but in an Avengers context, it obviously brings to mind the Hulk, who's been a part of the group since the start of Hickman's run.

Hickman and Spencer have collaborated before, on the pre-"Infinity" arc of "Avengers," and Spencer is the regular writer of "Secret Avengers," which Ales Kot joins as a co-writer in December. Caselli has worked with both Hickman and Spencer recently on the main "Avengers" book.

Details on what this teaser is all about are promised for 4 p.m. EST Friday, Oct. 11, at Marvel's "Avengers" panel during New York Comic Con. CBR will be there live, providing the latest news and updates.

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