we're lucky it's Terrifics and Supergirl just for now.
It's a bloodbath over at Marvelhttps://www.comicsbeat.com/marvel-revised-summer-schedule-analysis/
These titles are now digital only>2020 IRONHEART #1*>2020 IRONHEART #2>ANT-MAN #4*>ANT-MAN #5>AVENGERS OF THE WASTELANDS #4* >AVENGERS OF THE WASTELANDS #5>HAWKEYE: FREEFALL #5*>HAWKEYE: FREEFALL #6>MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: THE BLACK CAT STRIKES #4*>MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: THE BLACK CAT STRIKES #5>RAVENCROFT #4*>RAVENCROFT #5>STAR #4*>STAR #5>GHOST-SPIDER #9*>I want to note again what Marvel said back in early April. The news at the time was that they were ordering pencils down & cutting their output by 1/3rd, which when multi-shipping books were factored in amounted to around 15-20% of their total line. The updated schedule includes multiple double-shipping titles, though, and as already noted reflects a much larger output reduction than previously revealed. That’s just something to keep in mind as we look at the specifics of what that reduction looks like, and consider that, given the volume of titles, a lot of these comics may already be completed or nearing some form of completion.>Setting aside the June pre-pandemic solicits, let’s break down the titles from the April & May solicits that haven’t yet been rescheduled. We’ll look at the miniseries and one-shots first. Here are the 74 previously-solicited minis/one-shots that haven’t yet shown up again:>41 ongoing series single issues, originally scheduled for April and May 2020, that haven’t yet been rescheduled:>looking at the sales chart, comparing it to what’s been rescheduled already and what’s not yet, is pretty revealing. Nearly every Marvel title in the top half of their sales for March has already been rescheduled. Of their top 43 titles for March (of which five were either one-shots or the conclusions of miniseries), only six of the 37 ongoings/minis have yet to return to the schedule