Preview of new Princess Leia #1 comicbook

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Includes comicbook preview pages and variant covers.

It was just a matter of time before Disney unleashed its talented stable of Marvel creators and artists upon us. That time has come as Princess Leia #1 makes its debut. I’ve included the preview packet directly from Marvel, as well as other Star Wars comicbook news. The cover for the comic is a little more playful, with Leia showing some leg. We all have high hopes for the series and look forward to seeing what else Marvel can do with the Star Wars comics.

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PRINCESS LEIA #1 (JAN150727)

Written by MARK WAID

Art & Cover by TERRY DODSON

Variant Covers by ALEX ROSS (JAN150730), MARK BROOKS (JAN150732),

J SCOTT CAMPBELL (JAN150729), SKOTTIE YOUNG (JAN150733)

And BUTCH GUICE (JAN150735)

Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (JAN150734)

Teaser Variant by JOHN CASSADAY (JAN150728)

Movie Variant Also Available (JAN150736)

Alex Ross Sketch Variant Also Available (JAN150731)

FOC – 02/09/15, On Sale – 03/04/15

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M.O.D.O.K. mo’ problems: Assassin #1 in May

Looks like our favorite giant headed villain is getting his own mini-series for the Secret Wars saga. M.O.D.O.K. (wow that’s annoying to continuously type out) runs a world called Killville, and it’s where he gets his thrills. Christ Yost had the following to say:

“The fun here is showing how M.O.D.O.K. stands out against some of the worst that the Marvel Universe has to offer, “It’s good to be bad’ is kind of the mission statement here. Can M.O.D.O.K. grow past his design? Would anyone want him to? Those are some big lofty theme-y questions, but let’s be clear…you’re going to see M.O.D.O.K. kill a bunch of people.”

Enjoy the cover below for Assassin #1 and stay tuned here for more Marvel news and Secret Wars announcements.

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Written by CHRISTOPHER YOST

Art by AMILCAR PINNA
Cover by DAVID LAFUENTE

On Sale in May

 

To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook. 

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Boom! Studios’ free comic book offering outlined

Boom! Studios celebrates its Ten Year anniversary with this fantastic looking Free Comic Day Special. It has a cover by David Petersen of Mouse Guard Fame. Read on to see all of the stories to appear in their free comic special.

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The BOOM! Studios Ten Year Celebration 2015 Free Comic Book Day Special features a cover illustrated by Mouse Guard creator David Petersen and will contain the following stories:

 

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth

“Wisdom and Idioms”

Written and Illustrated by Cory Godbey

An all-new short based on Jim Henson’s Labyrinth. The Wiseman and his bird try to find some humor in the magical world of Labyrinth.

 

Iscariot

Written and Illustrated by S.M. Vidaurri

Young Carson discusses magic and time with a wizard in this special preview of the upcoming Archaia original graphic novel written and illustrated by Iron: Or, the War After creator S.M. Vidaurri.

 

Mouse Guard

“Service to Seyan”

Written and Illustrated by David Petersen

An excerpt from Mouse Guard: Baldwin the Brave and Other Tales. Gwendolyn learns about her mother Alma and the great warrior hall of Seyan.

 

Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake: Card Wards

Created by Pendleton Ward

Written by Jen Wang

Illustrated by Britt Wilson

A brand-new Fionna & Cake short from writer Jen Wang (In Real Life) and Britt Wilson (Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake)! Fionna and Cake are on the search for an opponent for Cake to play against in Card Wars.

 

Regular Show

“Coffee Shop Special!”

Created by JG Quintel

Written by Kevin Church

Illustrated by Coleman Engle

Based on the hit Cartoon Network animated series, Eileen and Margaret make Muscle Man his special drink.

 

Peanuts

“Dogstoevsky”

Created by Charles M. Schulz

Story by Charles M. Schulz

Pencils by Vicki Scott

Snoopy looks to finally become the World’s Greatest Author, but Lucy’s help may not be the helpful push he needs.

 

Garfield

“Fast Feline”

Created by Jim Davis

Written by Mark Evanier

Illustrated by Andy Hirsch

Nothing can keep Garfield from a good meal, even if it means having to beat the fastest cat to get it.

 

Lumberjanes

Created by Shannon Watters, Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis

Written by Noelle Stevenson and Grace Ellis

Illustrated by Brooke Allen

When the Lumberjanes aren’t taking care of pesky critters or crazy demigods, they’re making fun crafts like friendship bracelets. Friendship to the max!

 

Munchkin

“Table of Contents”

Written and Illustrated by John Kovalic

Fight the monsters, steal the treasure, and backstab your buddy! A wandering monster table appears in this short from the illustrator of the hit card game Munchkin, John Kovalic.

 

Help Us! Great Warrior

Written and illustrated by Madeleine Flores

Based on the hit webcomic and new miniseries from Madeleine Flores. Great Warrior gets attacked on the road!

The BOOM! Studios Ten Year Celebration 2015 Free Comic Book Day Special will be offered free to fans at their participating local comic book shop on Free Comic Book Day, May 2, 2015. Not sure where to find your nearest comic retailer? Use comicshoplocator.com or findacomicshop.com to find one!

 

A-Force: All Female Avengers to appear during Secret Wars

Marvel came out with the Women of Marvel covers and comics not too long ago (which you can find here) and they’ve one upped themselves with an all-female team. Writing dynamo G. Willow Wilson had the following to say.

“We’ve purposefully assembled a team composed of different characters from disparate parts of the Marvel U, with very different power sets, identities and ideologies.”

She-Hulk, Dazzler, Medusa, Nico Minoru among others will be appearing and be members. G. Willow Wilson is one of my favorite writers and her run at Ms. Marvel has been nothing short of groundbreaking. It also returned me to my younger days and reminded me of what I first loved about comics, especially Peter Parker and teen anxiety.

Read on for more details and great images. I can’t wait to know more about this title. And, I’ll admit, with Silk, Deadpool Secret Secret Wars, and this, Marvel is doing some cool things outside of Moonknight, Magneto and Punisher.

#Marvel#SecretWars#MarvelAForce and don’t forget to follow us at @Marvel.

 

 

To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook.

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Howard the Duck #1 preview comic

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Yep, my teaser the other day turned out to be an intro of things to come. Yours truly has secured a preview of the Howard the Duck #1 and I’ve included it here for your reading pleasure. More details to come hopefully, and as always, read on for your preview. Stop by the twitter @rpdgame 

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HOWARD THE DUCK #1 (JAN150769)

Written by CHIP ZDARSKY
Art & Cover by JOE QUINONES
Variant Covers by CHIP ZDARSKY (JAN150770), PAUL POPE (JAN150771),

SKOTTIE YOUNG (JAN150772), ERICA HENDERSON (JAN150773) and VAL MAYERIK (JAN150774)

Evolution of Howard Variant by CHIP ZDARSKY (DEC148088)

Movie Variant Also Available (JAN150775)

FOC – 02/16/15, On Sale – 03/11/15

 

To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook.

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Deadpool Party! Merc with a mouth returns to the original Secret Wars

I would've cut so many more lawns when I was a kid if this would've been a real thing.
I would’ve cut so many more lawns when I was a kid if this would’ve been a real thing.

Ol’ Wade Wilson is known for being off of his rocker, but he’s been correct about a few things. Like, remember that time he tracked down Carnage and drove him mad? Ah those were the times. So, Deadpool decides that the new Secret Wars isn’t cool or quirky enough for him, so coming up, he’ll be returning to the original series. Let’s hope he gives the Beyonder a wedgie. Read on for more information and some sweet sweet images of our red and black killer for hire in Secret Secret Wars.

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“Way back when, right after I had finished Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, we were looking for something out of the ordinary as a follow up,” Bunn tells Marvel.com. “One of my first suggestions was to have Deadpool thrown back in time into the middle of the original Secret Wars limited series. At the time, we decided to go in a different direction, but the idea of having Wade playing a big, in-continuity role in the events of that series stuck with me.”

 

Marvel.com’s interview with Bunn expands on his excitement of inserting Deadpool into all of these classic scenes from Secret Wars, especially when he meets and interacts with the Marvel heroes from the 80’s.

 

“When Deadpool introduces himself to the other heroes, most of them have no idea who he is,” Bunn notes. “At least, most of them are unwilling to admit that they know him! As the battle between good and evil commences, Deadpool gets plenty of opportunities to annoy the hell out of every major hero and villain in the Marvel Universe before the festivities are done!”

 

This May, DEADPOOL’S SECRET SECRET WARS rudely places itself into Marvel continuity and into comic book retailers everywhere.

Marvel.com/secretwars . Follow Marvel on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marvel and be sure to join the conversation on Twitter with #Marvel#SecretWars, @Marvel @rpdgame

Marvel making big announcement on…”The View?”

So, as if it couldn’t get any weirder, or more “Disney marketing, ” The House of Mouse that once was Marvel will make a breaking announcement on “The View” on ABC about ‘Secret Wars.’ Read on..this is not a prank…I think.

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New York, NY – February 5th, 2015 – Marvel is excited to announce that on Friday, February 6th, at 11AM EST, as part of Marvel’s mega-event, SECRET WARS, it will be announcing its latest game-changing title live on the Emmy-Winning, daily talk show “The View”.

 

“The View,” a live, one-hour daily talk show from ABC (11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon, ET), features Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O’Donnell, Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace. It’s the original forum in which real women discuss everyday issues, share their opinions and engage in colorful conversations. “The View,” broadcast in HDTV and produced in 2-channel stereo sound, is now available to watch online daily at 4:00 p.m., ET/1:00 p.m., PT on ABC.com. “The View” is owned and produced by ABC. Barbara Walters and Bill Geddie are executive producers. For breaking news and updated videos follow “The View” (@theviewtv) and Whoopi Goldberg (@WhoopiGoldberg), Rosie O’Donnell (@Rosie), Rosie Perez (@rosieperezbklyn) and Nicolle Wallace (@NicolleDWallace) on Twitter™.

Tweet #theview during the live broadcast as select viewer tweets will appear live, on screen, during the show.

Follow Marvel on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marvel and be sure to stop back throughout the day to see what everyone is saying about Marvel’s latest news.

Stay tuned to Marvel.com/secretwars as the new Marvel Universe continues to be forged.  Follow Marvel on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marvel and be sure to join the conversation on Twitter with #Marvel#SecretWars, and don’t forget to follow us at @Marvel.

HaloGen to light up shelves in March

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Boom! Studios imprint Archaia is adding impressive titles like a mad rich collector. HalGen, a new mini-series from Josh Tierny, Afu Chan and Giannis Milonogiannis will hit shelves March 4th. The team is loaded with Award winners and talent. Boom! is also celebrating its 10 year anniversary so congratulate them in the comments. You hardly look your age Boom!!

Read on for full details, and check back here for more coverage and a preview once it’s available.

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February 4, 2015 (Los Angeles, Calif.) – This March, Archaia, an imprint of award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios, is pleased to announce the new limited series HaloGen from Josh Tierney (Spera), Afu Chan (Spera), and Giannis Milonogiannis (Prophet, Old City Blues). The series will be written by Tierney and illustrated by Chan. Previously collaborators on the Eisner Award-nominated series Spera, the trio has come together to create a new sci-fi series in the vein of Prophet, Rocket Girl, and The Fifth Element.

 

“Josh, Afu, and Giannis have already proven they know how to create sprawling worlds and well-rounded characters, and now they’re taking us into the deep reaches of space for a unique adventure,” said BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “You’ll meet Rell this March in the pages of HaloGen, and her story is a very cool sci-fi thriller.”

 

In HaloGen, there’s a rumor on Cityship Q that the gigantic body of a dead god was found floating in space. Rell, an agent working for the HaloGen organization, is tasked with finding the location of the god and retrieving it by any means necessary. Using her ability to form hyper-realistic holograms, Rell is about to take on the first mission she might not be able to finish.

 

HaloGen #1 arrives in comic shops on March 4th from Archaia with a main cover by series artist Afu Chan for the price of $3.99 under Diamond order code JAN151145. Also available in a limited quantity are a 10 Years Anniversary incentive cover by Ramón K. Pérez (Hawkeye, Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand), and a retailer incentive cover by co-creator Giannis Milonogiannis.
The Final Order Cutoff deadline for retailers is February 9th. Not sure where to find your nearest comic retailer? Use comicshoplocator.com or findacomicshop.com to find one! It’s also available for order directly from boom-studios.com.

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Howard the Duck returns with these variant covers

Hey, Marvel is transferring their Battleworld format to the 2099 comics, why not bring back Howard the Duck? At least something fun is coming out of the Battleworld thing. Enjoy the covers below and read on for some more information where the covers will be featured.

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Today, Marvel is excited to reveal the following WTD Variants by some of Marvel’s greatest cover artists:

  • All-New Hawkeye #2 – WTD Variant Cover by Francesco Francavilla
  • Amazing Spider-Man #17 – WTD Variant Cover by W. Scott Forbes
  • Rocket Raccoon #10 – WTD Variant Cover by Rob Guillory
  • Uncanny Inhumans #0 – WTD Variant Cover by Christian Ward

Look for these additional WTD Variants to grace the covers of these exciting Marvel comics throughout the month of April:

  • All-New Captain America #6
  • All-New X-Men #41
  • Ant-Man #4
  • Daredevil #15
  • Deadpool #45 (a.k.a. Deadpool #250)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy #26
  • Hulk #14
  • Inhuman #14
  • Legendary Star-Lord #11
  • Ms. Marvel #14
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. #5
  • Silk #3
  • Spider-Gwen #3
  • Superior Iron Man #7
  • Thor #7
  • Uncanny Avengers #4

To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook

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It’s way to early for visitors, Buzz.

Secret Wars Battleworld interactive Map

 

Marvel continues to unwind the Marvel universe. It’s now down to a few worlds where the battles will supposedly redefine the comic-world. Battleworld is now composed of several quite campy worlds. If you’re interested in knowing more, check out the interactive map below.

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New York, NY — February 3rd, 2015 — The Marvel Universe is no more. There is now only Battleworld and Marvel.com is the only place where you will be able to learn about the building blocks of the new Marvel Universe.

 

Welcome to the Secret Wars Interactive Battleworld Map! Strange and Mysterious worlds from Marvel’s deep history continue to forge into the new landscape of the Marvel Universe – Battleworld – and Marvel’s Interactive map will guide fans through this strange new land.

 

Updated continuously until the start of Secret Wars, the interactive map features the most recent details of where these new dominions of Battleworld originated from.

 

Today’s update includes the following new dominions of Battleworld:

 

Egyptia

The Regency

New Quack City

2099

Hala Field

The Wastelands

Perfection

New Xander

 

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Legion of Boom! Fall of Cthulhu Omnibus TP 10 page preview

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We enjoy Boom! so much here that I’ve decided to offer some weekly previews of the comics that are being featured. This article is focused on Fall of Cthulhu Omnibus TP. There articles offer no opinion, no review, just a preview and information so you can decide whether or not to buy. without much more ado, on to our Fall of Cthulu Omnisbus 10 page preview.

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For more about Boom! Studios, stop by for our own coverage

Or check out their  website.

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Author: Michael Alan Nelson
Artists: Greg Scott, Mateus Santolouco, Mark Dos Santos, Various

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Legion of Boom! Cluster #1 preview

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Look out for a review tonight of this new title by Ed Brisson of “The Field” fame. For more information on Boom! Studios, check out our Boom! Studios coverage, or stop by their site.

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Justice League Dark Review: The devils that you know

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By Hank Van Hawkins

JUSTLD_Cv20_6n9gwkxwyb_ Well, my last review was of the TV show and DC character Constantine. Strangely enough, he has a huge part in the Justice League Dark. Of course it has only been recently that I have worked through the first 4 graphic novels and I have to say that it is not only a great concept but it is enthralling and very well executed all the way through.  I saved my judgment as well as my excitement until I at least got through the most current graphic novels.  Personally I was at a loss when Deadman and Frankenstein “Agent of Shade” solo titles we’re cancelled early on the New 52. I have always found these two characters enthralling for a number of reasons. After fretting awhile I realized almost immediately that Deadman also has a prominent part in The Justice League Dark! I was excited if just for his membership alone. Suddenly I was upset for not picking this title up sooner. Then as I began to collect and really get into the graphic novels soon enough low and behold Frankenstein has also become part of the Justice League Dark team. Not to mention the fact that my all time favorite Swamp Thing has now made his appearance. I also love the fact that The House of Mystery serves as The Dark League Justice’s defacto headquarters. That is yet another title I always love to see rebooted. 
 
    That all being said, and with unbridled enthusiasm, I totally dove right in and it’s getting pretty safe to say it is one of my new favorite titles now. As always, I had my doubts at first despite having so many favorite characters of mine. Also seeing how I have never really read much of the Justice League title itself because it always seemed to be so busy to me with our heroes constantly coming and going. Yet, now I understand the appeal of a title like Justice League Dark, even though it sounds like an overly busy idea. They keep the story line flowing right along with the character appearances, which are sometimes brief but, always poignant in tying together the stories. I have been introduced to characters I never knew of before as well. It is great how DC has brought together all of these darker more supernatural figures in their universe into one team. This title generates and maintains excitement from issue to issue. I guess one of the cool factors about the regular Justice League title is having so many heroes in one place on one team fighting a common foe. Now with the Justice League dark, the other characters who are not quite heroes can come together on their own as well as with their Justice League counterparts. 
  
JUSTLD_v4-DC-Cv_534dd4e1608ee3.95157135The art work is sharp and the covers of the comic books have been very eye pleasing, which is a large part of their appeal on the newsstand as well. The aesthetics work great and the characters not only fit with one another, they strangely relate easily since they are indeed all outcasts. The directions and liberties they take with my beloved characters is great. A part of the arc has the team getting separated for a bit from one another and the direction it takes is awesome and constantly refreshing. I am a comic reader that so often times will put the book down when it gets to a critical  or exciting point to save the excitement for later.  Despite having the Graphic novel, I still try to read one issue at a time. The action is lightning fast and non-stop and makes it hard to refrain from the issues because the complexity of what is about to happen next. It literally keeps me on the edge of my seat. One could read it so fast, but I choose not to, to savor these moments. I don’t think a title has covered so much ground and brought such engaging characters together like this before. The shadowy grey area between this world and the next is explored in grave detail. It is a very complex title but one that pays off in sure fire adaptions and suspense-holding arcs. I know I am going to sound like a blushing fan boy but this is a serious title that will enthrall readers for years to come. I can’t wait for the movie to hit the big screen either! I can’t wait to see that day. In the mean time I will stay up to date with the comic books. Justice League Dark is a winner.  
 For more about DC comics, stop by DCcomics.com

Women of Marvel variant covers

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Marvel has had some success lately with hiring fantastic Female writers as well as artists. Writers like Kelly Sue DeConnick have raised the bar considerably for not only female writers, but males as well. It’s great to see a focus on women artists with this Marvel initiative, and let’s hope there will be something for writers as well. Let’s hope for a time when it isn’t considered an accomplishment when women can break into comics or any other field as well. They should be there on merit and it shouldn’t be any harder for a female artist to succeed than a man. Ok, enough with my soapbox. Read on and enjoy some of the covers below.

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New York, NY—January 30, 2014— This March, Marvel is celebrating Women’s History Month by gathering some of the best and brightest female artists to tackle some of Marvel’s most iconic characters for a very special variant cover theme. Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look at a selection of March’s Women of Marvel Variant Covers!

 

“2014 was a huge year for Women of Marvel, both in our comics and behind the scenes,” says Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso. “Marvel now has more titles starring female leads than ever before, the Women of Marvel panel is one of the most highly attended at conventions, and the weekly Women of Marvel podcast continues to grow.  In 2015, we intend to continue that tradition, and March’s Women of Marvel variant covers — featuring 20 of the best female artists in the industry – is just the beginning.”

 

From the biggest names in the industry today to the superstars of tomorrow, you won’t want to miss a single one of these jaw-dropping variant covers coming to these exciting March titles:

 

  • All-New Captain America #5 by TBD
  • All-New Hawkeye #1 by SHO MURASE
  • All-New X-Men #39 by FAITH ERIN HICKS
  • Amazing Spider-Man #16 by MING DOYLE
  • Ant-Man #3 by KATIE COOK
  • Avengers #42 by TBD
  • Black Widow #16 by VANESA DEL REY
  • Captain Marvel #13 by AUFA RICHARDSON
  • Deadpool #43 by TBD
  • Guardians of the Galaxy #25 by ERICA HENDERSON
  • Inhuman #13 by JILL THOMPSON
  • Legendary Star-Lord #10 by SANA TAKEDA
  • Ms. Marvel #13 by TBD
  • New Avengers #31 by SARA PICHELLI
  • Rocket Raccoon #9 by JANET LEE
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. #4 by COLLEEN DORAN
  • Superior Iron Man #6 by TBD
  • Thor #6 by TBD
  • Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #3 by GURIHIRU
  • Uncanny Avengers #3 by AMANDA CONNER
  • Uncanny X-Men #33 by STACEY LEE

 

“Jeanine Schaefer and I have had the pleasure of collaborating with some of the best female artists in the industry to show-off their take on Marvel’s biggest characters and teams,” says Marvel Editor Emily Shaw. “It’s been an incredible experience to bring so many awesome women together for this project. And the results have been pretty awesome!”

 

For more information on the Women of Marvel Variant Covers, check future Marvel Mailers and visit Marvel.com

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