Marvel Comics teased their brand new team, 1,000,000 BC Avengers with three new images. The images feature iconic imagery, but offer up a new twist on established characters.

First up, we got a look at Agamotto – The All Seeing.

Agamotto The All Seeing

Next we got a look at a brand new Phoenix.

Finally, we got to see an all new Iron Fist, this one of the female persuasion.

Iron Fist Legacy

Yesterday, Marvel gave us a look at two other members of the 1,000,000 BC Avengers team, Black Panther and Starbrand.

Legacy Black Panther

Legacy Starbrand

All five of the images are courtesy of artist Mike Deodato. This new team will set the groundwork for Marvel’s upcoming relaunch of their comics that kicks off with the one-shot Marvel Legacy by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic. However, we are still missing Odin and Ghost Rider.

Marvel Legacy #1 will be a 50 page one-shot that aims to travel through time and show you just how it is all connected.

Marvel’s Executive Editor Tom Breevort explains:

MARVEL LEGACY #1 isn’t simply a history lesson. Rather, it’s the starting gun to a bevy of mysteries and secrets and revelations that will reverberate across the Marvel Universe in the weeks and months to come! No character, no franchise will be untouched by the game-changing events that play out across its pages. Jason and Esad pulled out all the stops to fat-pack this colossal issue with as much intrigue, action, surprise, mystery, shock and adventure as possible!

Marvel Editor in Chief Axel Alonso also hyped the new story calling it “more grand and more gargantuan than anything we have ever seen before and introduces concepts and characters the Marvel Universe has never encountered. Fans are going to witness an all-new look at the Marvel Universe starting at one of the earliest moments in time carried all the way into present day. Not only will this be the catalyst for Marvel evolving and moving forward, but expect it to be the spark that will ignite the industry as a whole.”

Will you be picking up Marvel Legacy #1?

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