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Marvel Reveals Full Generations Creative Teams, Covers

After months of teasing, Marvel Comics has finally peeled back the curtain of its (other) big summer event series, Generations, detailing its full slate of one-shots that comprise the 10-issue anthology series, which kicks off in August.

The full list of tie-in one-shots, and their respective creative teams, are listed below.

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  • GENERATIONS: THE STRONGEST starring Bruce Banner and Amadeus Cho, the Totally Awesome HulkWritten by Greg PakArt by Matteo Buffagni
  • GENERATIONS: THE PHOENIX starring The Phoenix and Jean GreyWritten by Cullen BunnArt by RB Silva
  • GENERATIONS: THE BEST starring Wolverine and All-New WolverineWritten by Tom TaylorArt by Ramon Rosanas
  • GENERATIONS: THE THUNDER starring The Mighty Thor and The Unworthy ThorWritten by Jason AaronArt by Mahmud Asrar
  • GENERATIONS: THE ARCHERS starring Hawkeyes, Clint Barton and Kate BishopWritten by Kelly ThompsonArt by Stefano Raffaele
  • GENERATIONS: THE BRAVEST starring Captain Mar-Vell and Captain MarvelWritten by Margie StohlArt by Brent Schoonover
  • GENERATIONS: THE MARVELS starring Captain Marvel and Ms. MarvelWritten by G. Willow Wilson
  • GENERATIONS: THE IRON starring Iron Man and IronheartWritten by Brian Michael BendisArt by Marco Rudy
  • GENERATIONS: THE SPIDERS starring Peter Parker: Spider-Man and Miles Morales: Spider-ManWritten by Brian Michael BendisArt by Ramon Perez
  • GENERATIONS: THE AMERICAS starring Steve Rogers: Captain America and Sam Wilson: Captain AmericaWritten by Nick SpencerArt by Paul Renaud

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Take a look at each tie-in's corresponding cover below.

As indicated in the artwork, the series promises a team-up between classic Marvel heroes and their legacy counterparts -- whether or not that makes sense in current continuity. How does that work, exactly? Well, Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso says that will all make sense...eventually. "These stories do happen, they really count. They really matter. This isn't some alternate reality story or some time-travel story," Alonso said. "You don't take these characters off the board with the intention to keep them off the board forever. One of the tropes of our medium is characters get a second wind. They die and come back. That's part of the beauty of what we do."

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Marvel's Generations kicks off in August, 2017.

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