With 2019 being the 25th anniversary of Marvels, the acclaimed Marvel Comics limited series will be receiving a one-shot follow-up from the original creative team: writer Kurt Busiek and artist Alex Ross.
Announced at C2E2 2019's Diamond Retailer Event, there are few details at this time regarding the one-shot's story. However, it will take place after the events of the original story and be included in future collections of Marvels. The comic will also feature fully painted artwork from Ross.
Launched in 1994, Marvels was a four-part story that followed news photographer Phil Sheldon between 1939 and 1974, as he experienced several landmark moments in the Marvel Universe, from the birth of the Golden Age Human Torch to the Fantastic Four's first encounter with Galactus. The series also featured appearances from characters from across the Marvel Universe, among them Gwen Stacy, whom Phil befriends before her infamous death. A 0 issue was released later in the year, and featured a retelling of the original Human Torch’s origin from his perspective.
A sequel, Marvels: Eye of the Camera, was released in 2008. Busiek returned as writer, with Roger Stern co-writing the third through sixth issues. Jay Anacleto illustrated that sequel. A darker version of the story, Ruins, was written by Warren Ellis in 1995, and explored a dystopian version of the Marvel Universe.
The Marvels one-shot currently has no announced release date.