A revival of the popular Marvel Graphic Novel series published throughout The '80s (which included the The New Mutants, X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills, and The Death of Captain Marvel), Marvel OGN features standalone, in-continuity stories created by some of the publisher's premier talent.
Since 2013, a rough average of 2-3 Marvel OGNs have been released yearly:
- Avengers: Endless Wartime (2013), written by Warren Ellis with art by Mike McKone
- Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business (2014), written by Mark Waid and James Robinson with art by Gabriele Dell'Otto and Werther Dell'Edera
- X-Men: No More Humans (2014, written by Mike Carey with art by Salvador Larroca
- Thanos: The Infinity Revelation (2014), written and drawn by Jim Starlin
- Avengers: Rage of Ultron (2015), written by Rick Remender with art by Jerome Opeña
- Thanos: The Infinity Relativity (2015), written and drawn by Jim Starlin
- Thanos: The Infinity Finale (2016), written by Jim Starlin with art by Ron Lim
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel Universe (2016), written by Ryan North with art by Erica Henderson
- Deadpool: Bad Blood (2017), written by Chris Sims with art by Rob Liefeld
- Thanos: The Infinity Siblings (2018), written by Jim Starlin with art by Alan Davis
- Deadpool: Badder Blood (2018), written by Chris Sims with art by Rob Liefeld
Marvel OGN provides examples of the following tropes:
- Continuity Nod: While these graphic novels are meant to stand on their own as complete works, they often tie into the greater Marvel Universe at large. Avengers: Rage of Ultron, for example, is set in the eight month gap between Secret Wars and All-New, All-Different Marvel. It also sets up Ultron and Hank Pym's fusion, which is brought back up in a later arc of Uncanny Avengers.
- Mythology Gag: The cover and title of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel Universe is a direct reference to the 1995 one-shot The Punisher Kills The Marvel Universe. The title of X-Men: No More Humans also calls back to a key phrase in House of M.
- Trilogy: Jim Starlin's Thanos: The Infinity ___ trilogy.