Ahead of their forthcoming December solicitations, Marvel has announced that they will be plugging Inhumanity hard in the weeks leading up to Christmas with several more tie-ins (Inhuman-tie-in-ity?) for the fallout event from Infinity. Dropping in the twelfth month are Inhumanity: The Awakening by Matt Kindt and Paul Davidson, along with a tie-in arc of New Avengers from Jonathan Hickman and Simone Bianchi.
The latter arc will begin with New Avengers 13.INH, continuing the event numbering system that we have seen in Age of Ultron ‘AU’ and ‘A.I.’ issues. Jonathan Hickman promises radical things from the series over at the source, or at least “As radically as you can with them both still being the Inhumans and not dead. Which is good, as I really like writing Black Bolt and Maximus.”
Those Inhuman power players will have a major impact beyond the walls of Attilan in the months to come, as will other elements being explored by the Illuminati, first and foremost the devastating Incursions they’ve gathered to combat. “The cool thing about New Avengers is that we see how actions in the Marvel Universe trickle out and affect other universes,” Hickman notes.
Update: Marvel has also announced that writer Sam Humphries and artist Andre Lima Araujo will explore Hank Pym’s post-Infinity take in Avengers A.I. #7.INH. The cover is below by David Marquez. Similarly, Mark Waid, joined by artist Clay Mann, confirms that “Bruce Banner is a key player in Inhumanity. The human race’s future lies in his hands–both his human ones and his giant, monstrous mitts.” Mahmud Asrar’s cover to Indestructible Hulk #17.INH is below.
All titles will be available from December, with more details in the forthcoming solicitations.