In 2019, Marvel Comics began publishing a series of trade paperbacks under the banner heading, ‘Marvel-Verse’. The books were standalone titles, focusing on iconic characters from the Marvel Universe.

Each volume of Marvel-Verse contained an eclectic mix of tales relating to a specific hero or villain. The books threw the spotlight on the likes of Thanos, Black Panther, and Iron Man, amongst others, with a range of stories that could offer readers a flavour of each character.

If you are collecting the Marvel-Verse books, or you are considering collecting them, then you will need a list of all the titles that have been published – and that’s where this post can come in handy. Below is a list of all the graphic novels in the Marvel-Verse collection, to help you find the titles you are after.

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A list of Marvel-Verse graphic novels

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To date, Marvel has published 13 volumes in the Marvel-Verse series. The books include:

  • Marvel-Verse: Wanda Vision – Avengers Origins: Vision #1, Giant-Size Avengers #4, Marvel Team-Up #129 – #130
  • Marvel-Verse: Deadpool and Wolverine – Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #4, Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors #8, Free Comic Book Day 2009 (Wolverine: Origin of an X-Man), Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #3
  • Marvel-Verse: Thanos – Iron Man #55, Captain Marvel #33, Silver Surfer #45, Spider-Man #17, Ka-Zar #11, and Marvel Holiday Special #2
  • Marvel-Verse: Captain Marvel – Avenging Spider-Man #9 – #10, Captain Marvel #7 – #8, Generations: Captain Marvel and Captain Mar-Vell #1
  • Marvel-Verse: Black Widow – Marvel Adventures the Avengers #21, Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #10, #17, Marvel Team-Up #141, Marvel Comics Presents #53, #93, and Enter the Heroic Age #1
  • Marvel-Verse: Black Panther – Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four #10, Black Panther #14 – #15, Iron Man Annual #5 and Shuri #1
  • Marvel-Verse: Venom – Spider-Man Adventures #8 – #10, Amazing Spider-Man #317, and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #35
  • Marvel-Verse: Captain America – Captain America #100, #255, Captain America: Fighting Avenger #1, and Marvel Team-Up #13
  • Marvel-Verse: Iron Man – Marvel Adventures Iron Man #1, #7, Iron Man #234 and Iron Man #1
  • Marvel-Verse: Doctor Strange – Uncanny Origins #12, Doctor Strange #55, Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #5, Strange Tales #126 – #127 and Marvel Fanfare #5
  • Marvel-Verse: She-Hulk – Savage She-Hulk #1, Sensational She-Hulk #4, She-Hulk #3, Avenging Spider-Man #7, and Solo Avengers #14
  • Marvel-Verse: Shang-Chi – Wolverine: First Class #9, Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #2, Free Comic Book Day 2011 #1, Master of Kung Fu #126 and The Legend of Shang-Chi #1
  • Marvel-Verse: Loki – Amazing Spider-Man #503 – #504, Journey into Mystery #626.1, Avengers #300 and Silver Surfer #4
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Do all of the books feature the same creative team?

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The books feature stories from different eras, different corners of the Marvel Universe, and different creative teams. Some of the writers and artists featured in the collection include Chris Claremont, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern, Stan Lee, Len Wein, Sal Buscema, Margaret Stohl, Jeff Parker, and David Michelinie amongst others.

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Thank you for stopping by It’s A Stampede! to read this post about the books in the Marvel-Verse collection – I hope it has proved useful. For more Marvel-related content, be sure to check out the recommended reads below.

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