Marvel's 80th Anniversary Continues with Marvel Comics #1001 in September

Marvel Comics' 80th anniversary continues through the fall with the announcement of Marvel Comics #1001. Continuing the monumental story that begins in August's Marvel Comics #1000Marvel Comics #1001 in September promises to reveal more secrets regarding the Eternity Mask and its mysterious owner, and will include another star-studded creative lineup.

Marvel.com reports some of the creators contributing to Marvel Comics #1001 include Al Ewing, Nick Spencer, G. Willow Wilson, Scott Aukerman, ACO, Brian Posehn, Howard Chaykin, Vita Ayala, Humberto Ramos, Audrey Loeb, Dario Brizuela, Ann Nocenti, Kim Jacinto, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Declan Shalvey, Kaare Andrews, Amy Reeder, Natacha Bustos, Frank Tieri, Dan Panosian, André Lima Araújo, Bill Morrison, Trina Robbins, Marc Guggenheim and many, many more.

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Artist Rod Reis illustrates the cover to Marvel Comics #1001, which you can see below.

“This is by far the most complex and complicated and difficult book I’ve ever had to assemble,” Executive Editor Tom Breevort told the New York Times when discussing Marvel Comics #1000. The publisher began teasing the anthology in May, with ads in comics featuring a variety of different creative teams, the date of August 2019 and backgrounds filled with historic covers from Marvel's 80 years of publishing. Each of the 80 creative teams will tell a one-page story in the comic.

Marvel Comics #1000 will start from 1939 and work its way to the present day, with each page correlating to one year in Marvel's history. Along with celebrity contributors are also names from Marvel's storied past -- George Perez, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kurt Busiek, Walter Simonson and more.

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Marvel Comics #1001 goes on sale in September from Marvel Comics.

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