A new Marvel NOW! is on the way this fall, and Marvel revealed the first teaser for the initiative on Monday afternoon. Illustrated by comics veteran Mike Deodato, it features the Steve Rogers version of Captain America -- recently established as an apparent secret Hydra agent, in a controversial and still-unfolding story -- and new character Mosaic, along with the word "Divided."
Of course, what any of this really means -- the significance of "Divided," the pairing of these two characters, the shattered effect between them -- is all open to interpretation at this point. CBR can confirm that this is the first of a series of teasers on the way from Marvel, in keeping with the publisher's tradition.
It's clearly a further commitment to the new character of Mosaic, first teased back in April and revealed in full earlier on Monday. The character -- an Inhuman named Morris Sackett who needs to inhabit bodies to survive -- will debut in "Uncanny Inhumans" #11 and star in a new ongoing series debuting in October, from the creative team of writer Geoffrey Thorne and artist Khary Randolph.
The first Marvel NOW! debuted in fall 2012, a lineup refresh following the aftermath of the "Avengers vs. X-Men" event. This new Marvel NOW! is poised to have a similar impact on Marvel's publishing line, spinning out of the currently unfolding "Civil War II."
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