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  • Following the events of the company-wide crossover "Secret Wars" in 2015, a relaunched Marvel universe began in September 2015, called the All-New, All-Different Marvel.Marvel Comics-Wikipedia
  • In a Secret Wars Warzone version of Spider-Island, he is mutated into one of the Spider Queen's spider minions and battles Agent Venom and the now monstrous Avengers.Iron Man-Wikipedia
  • During the "Last Days" part of the "Secret Wars" storyline, Magneto had to make a choice during the incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610.Magneto (Marvel Comics)-Wikipedia
  • Following the 2015 Secret Wars crossover event, a number of Spider-Man-related titles were either relaunched or created as part of the "All-New, All-Different Marvel" event.Spider-Man-Wikipedia
  • The first appears in the 2015 Secret Wars tie-in, Giant Size Little Marvel, written and illustrated by Young.Captain America-Wikipedia
  • In Secret Wars, a new version of Captain America was created by Alchemax and resides in the Battleworld domain of 2099.Captain America-Wikipedia
  • In the aftermath of the "Secret Wars" storyline, the Thing is working with the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Human Torch is acting as an ambassador with the Inhumans.Fantastic Four-Wikipedia
  • In late 2015, The Amazing Spider-Man was relaunched again with a new volume with issue No. 1 following the 2015 Secret Wars event.The Amazing Spider-Man-Wikipedia
  • He, along with his family and friends, (and presumably everyone on Earth) are all killed when the Earth collides with an alternate universe's Earth.Deadpool-Wikipedia
  • The Battleworld domain of the Warzone seen in Secret Wars contains a world in which Civil War never ended where it did in the original comics and continued for six more years.Captain America-Wikipedia
  • 1872 is a Marvel miniseries during the Secret Wars comics featuring characters in a Western-style adventure in the small boom town of Timely.Captain America-Wikipedia
  • In this retelling of Spider-Island as part of the "Secret Wars" storyline, Captain America and the other heroes are mutated into monster spiders and he is still the Spider Queen's "Spider King" in the Battleworld domain of Spider-Island.Captain America-Wikipedia
  • In 2015, Marvel started the universe wide Secret Wars event where the core and several other Marvel universes were combined into one big planet called Battleworld.The Amazing Spider-Man-Wikipedia
  • During the 2015 "Secret Wars" storyline, the Hulk took part in the incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610.Hulk-Wikipedia
  • Following the 2015 Secret Wars event, a number of Spider-Man-related titles were either relaunched or created as part of the "All-New, All-Different Marvel" event.The Amazing Spider-Man-Wikipedia
  • The All-New Ultimates come to rescue him, but Miles escapes with a power he was not aware he had, defeating Doctor Doom and all of Hydra single-handedly, before the sky turns red and the image of another Earth appears in the sky.Doctor Doom-Wikipedia
  • The events of this were deleted from Marvel Comics continuity in the 2015 series Secret Wars.Doctor Doom-Wikipedia
  • In the 2016 limited series The Unworthy Thor, Odinson learns that Ultimate Thor's hammer has crash landed on Asgard following the "Secret Wars" storyline.Thor (Marvel Comics)-Wikipedia
  • After Secret Wars, a new Avengers team debuted, dubbed the All-New, All-Different Avengers, starting with a Free Comic Book Day preview.Avengers (comics)-Wikipedia
  • An alternate timeline version of Wolverine known as Old Man Logan who arrives after the Secret Wars from Earth-807128 is invited to join the Extraordinary X-Men.Wolverine (character)-Wikipedia
  • Following the destruction and reconstruction of reality in the 2015 "Secret Wars" storyline, a new team is created known as Avengers Idea Mechanics, set to tackle Avengers-level threats beyond simply fighting villains, while the Avengers Unity Squad continues to operate to support mutant relations.Avengers (comics)-Wikipedia
  • The series will deal with threats that arise as a result of a new, more dangerous world post-Secret Wars.Uncanny X-Men-Wikipedia
  • With the final Incursion imminent during the Secret Wars storyline, Doom usurps the power of the Beyonders with the aid of Doctor Strange and the Molecule Man, collecting what he can of the destroyed multiverse and forming a new Battleworld consisting of different alternate realities.Doctor Doom-Wikipedia
  • During the Secret Wars storyline, the Punisher crashes the Kingpin's viewing party of the incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610.Punisher-Wikipedia
  • The 2015 "Secret Wars" storyline concluded the Ultimate Marvel imprint.Ultimate Marvel-Wikipedia
  • As the Fantastic Four disbanded in the aftermath of the "Secret Wars" storyline, the Thing is working with the Guardians of the Galaxy, and the Human Torch is acting as an ambassador with the Inhumans and becoming part of the Uncanny Avengers.Ben Grimm-Wikipedia
  • After Battleworld and the resurgence of the Multiverse T'challa eventually showcased new powers in regards to his King of the Dead status, for not only could he reanimate the dead but summon departed spirits into the physical world with tangible form as well.Black Panther (character)-Wikipedia
  • Ultimate FF ("FF" standing for "Future Foundation", not "Fantastic Four") featured the "incursions", a multiversal threat that was being used in Hickman's run on the main universe's Avengers, and which would lead to the Secret Wars crossover.Ultimate Marvel-Wikipedia
  • During the "Secret Wars" storyline, different versions of Daredevil appear on Battleworld.Daredevil (Marvel Comics character)-Wikipedia
  • The Ultimate Universe, as a part of a large-scale reboot of the All-New, All-Different Marvel multiverse, ended at the conclusion of the 2015 "Secret Wars" storyline, when select characters from the Ultimate Universe moved to the mainstream universe.Ultimate Marvel-Wikipedia

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