This article is about the 1984 comic book series. For the 2004 series, see Secret War (comics). For other uses, see Secret Wars (disambiguation).
The series was conceived by Marvel Comics' Editor-in-chief Jim Shooter:
Kenner had licensed the DC Heroes. Mattel had He-Man, but wanted to hedge in case superheroes became the next big fad. They were interested in Marvel's characters, but only if we staged a publishing event that would get a lot of attention, and they could build a theme around. Fans, especially young fans often suggested to me "one big story with all the heroes and all the villains in it", so I proposed that. It flew. Mattel thought that kids responded well to the word "secret", so after a couple of working names bit the dust, we called the story "Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars"
Secret Wars (2015)
In May 2015 Marvel will publish a new Secret Wars mini-series, written by Jonathan Hickman and drawn by Esad Ribic, that will pick up from where the "Time Runs Out" storyline running in Avengers and New Avengers ends. The storyline involves the Marvel Universe combining with the Ultimate Universe, with the resulting universe, Battleworld, exhibiting aspects of the different universes. The core limited series will be eight issues long, and will likely run for five months.
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