Which begs the question, would this batch of cancellation really make a difference?
Since 2014 Marvel has been cancelling and creating new books/runs just to get a big boost in sales via the first issues. This practice was pretty much why Marvel keep having these “change in status quo” by relauching their books (Marvel NOW, ANAD Marvel, Marvel Legacy) as people would definitely buy the first issue of a new run.
And this is not going into mentioning the fact that alot of comic readers have been either reading comics for free on the internet through free comics sites or torrents; as well as buying through trades rather than the actual issues (which is pretty much where the idea of Marvel marketing to young girls came about as they make up most of the trade sales via Ms. Marvel, Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur and Spider-Gwen).
Though looking at the list it cancelled America which I didn’t really care for, but also cancelled books like Gwenpool, Luke Cage, Iceman, She Hulk (I think that comic is cut), Hawkeye and Generation X (books that I actually like). And this is not even mentioning the fact that they cancelled Al Ewings books US Avengers and The Ultimates which were the best comics to come out of ANAD Marvel. So I have to say this isn’t really a good thing overall as pretty much Marvel are still making the same mistakes in the past.