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Marvel Unveils The Architects

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The very fabric of the Marvel Universe is changing and the Architects are the ones leading the charge! Marvel’s Architects initiative spotlights the writers and artists telling the most exciting and impactful stories that rock the Marvel Universe to its very core every month.

But just who are the writers in Marvel’s Architects?

·Brian Michael Bendis, writer of AVENGERS, NEW AVENGERS, Death of Spider-Man, the upcoming MOON KNIGHT and an upcoming top secret project

·Matt Fraction, writer of THOR, INVINCIBLE IRON MAN, and a top secret upcoming event

·Ed Brubaker, writer of CAPTAIN AMERICA, SECRET AVENGERS and top secret upcoming new series

·Jonathan Hickman, writer of FANTASTIC FOUR, S.H.I.E.L.D. and a top secret upcoming new series

·Jason Aaron, writer of WOLVERINE, ASTONISHING SPIDER-MAN & WOLVERINE and a top secret upcoming new series

“These are five of the top writers in comics and they’re writing some of the best Marvel comics ever” said C.B. Cebulski, SVP Creator & Content Development. “Each of their projects lays the groundwork for the future of the Marvel Universe and in 2011, their plans—which are being seeded in their current work as we speak—will come to fruition. There’s never been a better time to be a Marvel fan.”

Stay tuned to Marvel.com for more news on Marvel’s Architects, including interviews and the unveiling of the artists redefining the Marvel Universe!

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cda031076
cda031076

the x men writer always stay away from the rest of the MU,it's like they only take part in "events" and that's only for the events and not thier own series

MinusTheSnake
MinusTheSnake

Actually, Matt Faction writes Uncanny X-Men, they just don't mention that in this article. It's been a while since the X-Men were the core of the Marvel Universe, their world is so big that they tend to be pretty self contained, with the Avengers books really leading the overall status quo.

bdw1
bdw1 plus member

It is notable to me that none of the architects are credited to or assigned to the X-Men, other than Wolverine who I enjoy much more as an Avenger. I don't disagree with No More Mutants, but since then the X-Men stories have gotten increasingly less interesting to the point where as a fan The X-Men were the core of my collecting, I've moved to The Avengers and the great work by Bendis since Disassembled.