It was noted that in the March 2012 solicitations for Marvel Comics, that the Marvel Adventures line of comics had come to an end. Spider-Man #24 and Super Heroes #24 will be the last issus.
These done-in-one comic books, often written by Paul Tobin, were suitable for All Ages, thereby increasing their likelihood to be chosen as a subscription gift, or for content-sensitive chains, for Disney stores, and digital sales. With a few copies in comic shops, often for parents to pick up for their children. I know my six year old daughter has a stack, and uses it to best the boys with superhero knowledge in the playground. Comics as weapons, I approve.
So I asked around, and was told that though these comics may be ending in March, Marvel will most definitely be publishing All Ages superhero books in April, and beyond.
I don't know who, how, which or what, but I do know that it's Marvel's plan to keep that category going for the foreseeable.
Can we say Marvel Kids Relaunch?