I’m sure you know of Marvel’s Avengers, right? The game with the fugly hero Kamala Khan? Well, that mess of a game will have a comic book and “prequel novel” covering past events to help set up the background for the forthcoming title. And if any other Marvel comics in current year are an indication of what’s to come, I think the Get Woke, Go Broke master list will have another sundered victim to devour.
On numerous occasions, we have covered the failing comics that happen to be made by Marvel during the woke era, which the comics in question always go broke. For example, back in 2017, a list of social justice comics faced the grinder. Another case this year sees Marvel’s Champions Comic Issue #10, not only toeing the woke line but going broke.
I could go on about how there are several cases of woke stuff going broke, but it looks like the new comic book and prequel novel for the game that will only have six characters at launch along with microtransactions will hit the gutter.
Thanks to gamingbolt.com, we learn of the following tweet that depicts TitanBooks publishing a prequel novel and an art book:
🚨EXCITING NEWS ALERT🚨
We’re going to be publishing two tie-in books for @Marvel‘s The Avengers game next year, a prequel novel & an art book!
— TitanBooks (@TitanBooks) December 6, 2019
If you are a bit confused about what is to come out, Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal, and TitanBooks will ship the novel in question, The Extinction Key, on March 31st, 2020. The novel written by New York Times bestselling author Greg Keyes will follow the Avengers as they fight an ancient group called the Zodiac.
The second thing is the official art book for Marvel’s Avengers by Paul Davies dubbed Marvel’s Avengers: The Art of the Game. Slated to release on September 1st, 2020, it will offer a look into character designs, outfits, gear, abilities, environments, and missions in the game.
The third and last thing is a comic named Marvel’s Avengers: Iron Man #1, written by Jim Zub. Artist Paco Diaz will help out, and the story behind this comic focuses on Tony Stark and his relationship with the Avengers, S.H.I.E.L.D., and the general public.
Lastly, given that diversity and Kamala Khan are a focus in the upcoming 2020 game, get ready for a load of SJW sauce to ooze out of the comics and novels like a male feminist’s skeletons marching out of a closet.