Brevoort Teases 1,000,000 BC Avengers in Generations: Thor One-Shot

The mystery of the Avengers of 1,000,000 B.C. will begin a little earlier than expected.

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Announced in June as part of writer Jason Aaron and artist Esad Ribic's plans for Marvel Legacy #1, the prehistoric team of heroes brings together Odin, Iron Fist, Star Brand, Phoenix, Agamotto, Black Panther and Ghost Rider (atop a flaming mammoth, no less) to confront "something very big [...] buried deep in the earth."

For everybody who expressed interest in the Avengers of 1,000,000 BC: Generations: Thor. That's all I'm going to say.

— Tom Brevoort (@TomBrevoort) August 1, 2017

Although that 50-page one-shot doesn't arrive until September, Marvel Comics Executive Editor Tom Brevoort has signaled fans may not have to wait that long to meet Earth's (First) Mightiest Heroes.

Indeed, that's all Brevoort said on the topic, leaving fans to add the Avengers of 1,000,000 B.C. to the list of questions about Marvel Legacy #1 and the Generations one-shots, which will bring together Marvel's legacy heroes with their predecessors. Those kick off Wednesday with Generations: Banner Hulk & Totally Awesome Hulk #1, by Greg Pak and Matteo Buffagni.

GENERATIONS: UNWORTHY THOR & MIGHTY THOR #1(W) Jason Aaron | (A/CA) Mahmud A. AsrarHER HAMMER, HIS AX: A WORTHY APOCALYPSE.• When a battle goes south, Thor finds herself in ancient Egypt – facing a young Odinson!• A misguided party of Vikings has bitten off way more than they can spear. But when the prince of Asgard answers their cries for help, he ends up in a fight no axe alone can win! And Apocalypse is not one for mercy.• Can a not-yet-worthy god and a time-lost hero take on one of the world’s most powerful mutants at the height of his empire? And what does their encounter mean for the future of two Thors?Rated T+In Shops: Aug 23, 2017

Marvel Legacy #1, by writer Jason Aaron and artist Esad Ribic, arrives in September from Marvel Comics.

(via Bleeding Cool)

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