ABC News reports that Marvel Comics will unite the forces of Spider-Man, All-New Captain America and the Inhumans for a three-month crossover by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" writer Jeff Loveness with covers by Jamal Campbell.
The crossover begins in March with "Amazing Spider-Man Special" #1 followed by "Inhuman Special" #1 and "All-New Captain America Special" #1 in April and May, respectively.
"I feel very lucky, because we are catching these characters all at interesting points in their tenure," Loveness told ABC News. "There's this new Captain America, who is more than up for the job, but at the same time, there's a huge amount of pressure to live up to the icon that proceeded him. There is always going to be this thought in the bakc of his head, not to mess up ... The Inhumans, especially now that the movie is coming out in 2018, they have always been around, but almost like supporting characters to the Fantastic Four. It's really cool to see them come into their own."
Loveness isn't a stranger to Marvel -- he also wrote "Death of Wolverine: Life After Logan" #1. The 2015 crossover will be he next assignment for the publisher. Marvel produced a similar crossover in October 2013, releasing three specials for "All-New X-Men," "Indestructible Hulk" and "Superior Spider-Man" that made up the "Arms of the Octopus" storyline by Mike Costa and artists Kris Anka, Jake Wyatt and Michael Dialynas.
The three-part crossover begins in March with "Amazing Spider-Man Special" #1.