We already mentioned Fantastic Fourever of course…
The Marvel Masterworks: Not Brand Echh Volume 1 will be made available separately from the big box, out in June 2015.
Skrulls Must Die!: The Complete Skrull Kill Krew collecting the Morrison/Millar/Yeowell Skrull Kill Krew series as well as the more recent Skrull Kill Krew, Avengers Initiative #16-19 story and the Skrull bit from Dark Reign: New Nation – out in April.
A certain upcoming movie makes sure we get Ultron Unbound, collecting Avengers West Coast #89-91, Annual 8 and Vision #1-4.
And we also get an Marvel's The Avengers: Age of Ultron Prelude collecting Marvel's The Avengers Cinematic Adaptation #1-2, Avengers: Cinematic Infinite Comic #1, Avengers (1963) #57-58, Avengers (1998) #22 and Avengers #12.1.
Skull the Slayer comes in April, collecting Skull The Slayer #1-8, Marvel Two-In-One #35-36 by Marv Wolfman, Steve Englehart, Bill Mantlo, Steve Gan, Sal Buscema and Ernie Chan.
More interest in Deadpool sees all his early guest appearances in ther comic books collected together as Deadpool Classic Companion, containing Nomad (1992) 4; Secret Defenders 15-17; Wolverine (1988) 88, 154-155; X-Force (1991) 47, 56; Heroes For Hire (1997) 10-11; Material From Avengers (1963) 366; Silver Sable & The Wild Pack 23, 30; Wolverine Annual '95, '99; Contest Of Champions II 2; Marvel Comics Presents (2007) 10; Breaking Into Comics The Marvel Way 2.
And there's more! The Ones With Deadpool collects the more recent Deadpool Bi-Annual 1, Death of Wolverine: Deadpool & Captain America 1 and Deadpool Annual 1-2
The Carnage and Hoboblin Axis mini-series in which they become the good guys, get a combined collection as Axis: Carnage & Hobgoblin.
The Super Villains Unite: The Complete Super Villain Team-Up collects in one volume Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up #1-2; Super-Villain Team-Up #1-14, 16-17; Avengers #154-156; Champions #16 by Roy Thomas, Tony Isabella, Jim Shooter, Bill Mantlo, John Buscema, Mike Sekowsky, George Evans, Sal Buscema.
And Marvel are recollecting and republishing Doug Moench and Mike Ploog's Weirdworld after a few decades… I wonder if someone is pushing for a movie?
Plenty to strain your shelves?