There's a deluge of Man-Thing at the moment; perhaps the Nexus of Realities has sprung a leak...

Comic-Things

Doctor Strange #17
2017DoctorStrange17.jpg - 16 KBManny is mute as usual and needs Strange's help to fight... Nazi vampire ninjas! With art by Frazer Irving.
Released February 15 2017

Spotted by Guillaume.

Deadpool #25
A cameo in this issue with manny transformed in a stone statue with the other monsters fighting with Shiklah against her husband Deadpool.
Released January 25 2017

Spotted by Guillaume.

Thunderboltsv2_010.jpg - 40.3 KB Thunderbolts #10
Manny shows up on the cover of the 20th-anniversary issue, with original Thunderbolts artist Mark Bagley and writer Kurt Busiek helping out Jim Zub and Jon Malin. The story will feature the return of Jolt, not sure about Manny...
Due February 2017

Spotted by Guillaume.

volume5_001.jpg - 20.1 KBThe New York Times broke the news that Manny will return in a series beginning in March 2017, written by R. L. Stine, the author of the "Goosebumps" novellas for children. For Mr. Stine, 73, writing the five-issue series is something of a lifelong dream. 'My first ambition was to be a comic book artist,# he said. 'I started doing these little comic books in the fourth grade: ‘Super Stooge,’ the dumbest hero on earth.' Though he shared the stories with his classmates, he quickly realized he had no talent for illustration. 'I was terrible,' he said. 'I had no choice but to be a writer.'
The new Man-Thing series, with covers by Tyler Crook and interior artwork by German Peralta and Daniel Johnson, is inspired by the iconic horror comics of the 1950s like Tales From the Crypt, of which Mr. Stine was a big fan.
Marvel offered Mr. Stine several characters, but he quickly settled on Man-Thing because of his fondness for swamp monsters, which have been frequent characters in "Goosebumps" stories. Despite being a horror series — aimed at teenagers and older — Mr. Stine hopes to bring some comedy.
"I’m going to do a lot of action and a lot of great violence and make it creepy, but I’m going to make it funny at the same time," he said. "It’s what I try to do in my books." In the first story, Man-Thing heads to Burbank, Calif., wondering why he is not starring in a major motion picture. In the new series Man-Thing will no longer be mute. "He can talk and he’s very sarcastic," Mr. Stine noted.)

#1 (of 5)
R.L. Stine (W), Daniel Warren Johnson (a) and German Peralta (a)
Cover by Tyler Crook
Print Release Date: March 8 2017
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Beloved writer R.L. Stine (Goosebumps, Fear Street) brings his special brand of horror to Man-Thing! After working for years, Man-Thing has regained his ability to speak and has taken Hollywood by storm... But when an ancient and mysterious danger threatens the swamp, Man-Thing is going to have to choose between his new life and celebrity, and the world he used to call home... PLUS! A bone-chilling new horror story, written by the master himself, R.L. STINE, and illustrated by the incomparable Daniel Warren Johnson!

Lots of variant covers for #1:
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#2

volume5_002.jpg - 37 KBR.L. Stine (W), German Peralta & Christopher Mitten (A)
Cover by Tyler Crook, Variant Cover By Mike Deodato
The Muck Run Amuck! Back in his old swamp, MAN-THING is visited by an ally from his past, while struggling with his new status in life. But the swamp is less than welcoming, with every creature seemingly out to get him! Crocodiles, bats and mosquitoes - oh my! Will Man-Thing be able to restore the balance of the swamp and the cause of this calamity? Or will the forces that are affecting the swamp prove to be beyond his control? PLUS! Even more horror for your dollar! A terrible tale of ROAD RAGE, as told by R.L. STINE and CHRISTOPHER MITTEN.
32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$3.99

#3
volume5_003.jpg - 42.5 KBR.L. Stine (W) • German Peralta & Kate Niemczyk (A)
Cover by Tyler Crook
Variant cover by Leonard Kirk
The Nexus of All Realities is opened and the protector of the Nexus, the Oldfather, is missing!
The only one who can restore balance to the swamp is Man-Thing, but all he wants is to return to his human form.
Can he overcome his desire for normalcy to save the swamp? Or will he get what he wished for, but at a cost?
With a horror backup from R.L. Stine and Kate Niemczyk (Mockingbird).
32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$3.99

Spotted by Joseph Pauley on the Facebook.

Old_Man_Logan_14_b.png - 52.7 KB Old Man Logan #14 & 15
Jeff Lemire (w) • Filipe Andrade (a)
Cover by Andrea Sorrentino
Logan will have to team up with the supernatural Howling Commandos (including Manny) to unravel the mystery of why Jubilee has disappeared…but is he prepared for what this investigation will uncover? Follow the old man to Romania and find out!

Due December 2016

Spotted by Guillaume.

monstersunleashed_vol2.jpg - 20.3 KB Monsters Unleashed
The name was revealed at Marvel's Diamond Retailer Summit presentation 1 Sepember 2016. Cullen Bunn will write the series, joined by artists Salvador Larocca, Leinil Yu, Steve McNiven, Greg Land, and Adam Kubert. As Manny was one of the stars in the black-and-white horror magazine Marvel published in the mid-1970s of the same name it's possible he'll make an appearance in this, but there's been no sightings yet.
Due Juanuary 2017

Spotted by Rickey Price on the Facebook.

Toy-Things

minimate_2016_figure_with_box.jpg - 27.9 KB Spyder-Knight & Man-Thing
A Marvel Minimates - Walgreens Two Pack (Wave 2.5)
Man Thing is a member of SHIELD's Howling Commandos. This "big guy," overwhelms the enemy with his plant-based powers. Released summer 2016.
$11.99

Spotted by Kevin Prather on Fear the Man-Thing

Animated-Things

hulkwheremonstersdwelldvdcover.jpg - 21.3 KB Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell (October 21, 2016)
This Hallow's eve, Nightmare is bent on conquering our waking world by crossing through the Dream Dimension, and converting each dreamer into a monster! Can Dr. Strange, Hulk, and the Howling Commandoes (including Manny) hold the line and put an end to his nefarious scheme?
Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell will be released oon itunes. The film is directed by Mitch Schaur and written by Marty Isenberg and Dave McDermott. It stars Fred Tatasciore as Hulk, Jesse Burch as Bruce Banner, Liam O'Brien as Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange, Edward Bosco as Warwolf and Minotaur, Chiara Zanni as Nina Price/Vampire by Night, Mike Vaughn as Zombie Jasper Sitwell, Louis Tomeo as Man-Thing, Matthew Waterson as Nightmare, and Michael Robles as Benito.

Spotted by me.