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The Fantastic Four will return to the Marvel U in style, with a line-wide variant onslaught

Marvel is continuing the tidal wave of variant covers for the return of the Fantastic Four. Marvel’s first family will have a total of 20 covers spread out over 20 books to mark the occasion.

Fantastic variants

As variant themes go, this is a cool one. Marvel is prepping this deluge of the alternate covers for the return of the FF, and they’ll be painted across 20 of the publisher’s best books come this August. They have a fun little kick to them too. The covers will depict The FF in quite a few of the group’s different evolutions that it’s been through.

There are a few with differing versions of the core team, but some with She-Hulk, Spider-Man, Doctor Doom, and even the Ultimate and “New” Fantastic Four teams. That last one being my favorite. An FF with Mr. Fixit, Spidey, Wolverine, and Ghost Rider is a little too cool to not dig.

The issues bearing the variant covers will arrive in August, though we have no official street date as of yet. We do know however, which comics will have ’em. They are:

  1. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #3 by STEVE EPTING
  2. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #4 by CHRIS SPROUSE (not final art)
  3. ASTONISHING X-MEN #14 by ADAM KUBERT
  4. AVENGERS #6 by JOHN CASSADAY
  5. CAPTAIN AMERICA #2 by TRAVIS CHAREST
  6. DEADPOOL #3 by ROB LIEFELD
  7. DOCTOR STRANGE #4 by DAVID AJA
  8. FANTASTIC FOUR #1 by MARK BROOKS
  9. HUNT FOR WOLVERINE: DEAD ENDS #1 by STEVE MCNIVEN
  10. IMMORTAL HULK #4 by ARTHUR ADAMS
  11. MARVEL 2-IN-ONE #9 by ALAN DAVIS
  12. SENTRY #3 by PHIL NOTO
  13. THE LIFE OF CAPTAIN MARVEL #2 by HUMBERTO RAMOS
  14. THE PUNISHER #1 by SALVADOR LARROCA
  15. THOR #4 by BRYAN HITCH
  16. TONY STARK: IRON MAN #3 by ADAM HUGHES
  17. VENOM #5 by GERARDO ZAFFINO
  18. WEAPON H #6 by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL
  19. X-23 #3 by CARLOS PACHECO
  20. X-MEN: RED #7 by DAVID MARQUEZ

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