Marvel released an image today teasing the makeup of the post-Secret Wars Marvel Universe, and gave a first indication of how the new titles will be rolled out.

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The "All-New, All-Different" Marvel image reveals that several character incarnations that were introduced pre-Secret Wars will be sticking around, including the new Thor, Ms. Marvel, Captain America (and a grizzled Steve Rogers), and multiple Spider-Man incarnations.

There will be "about 55 to 60" new books introducing new storylines, Alonso told Mashable, with the new #1s staggered throughout the fall, over a period of three to four months.

Marvel promises that its upcoming All-New, All-Different Marvel Previews, the free 64-page full color magazine coming to comic shops on July 1, will provide a comprehensive look at the new lineup of titles.  Marvel is releasing this information in the print magazine first, delaying online release until after its print debut, to help drive traffic to brick-and-mortar comic shops.

Marvel has previously announced that the Marvel Universe timeline will jump forward eight months after the events of Secret Wars (see "Marvel Teases Post-'Secret Wars' MU").