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Marvel heroes become Asgardians for new variant covers

There’s a big time Marvel Comics event happening, and you know what that means. Yep, there’s a new series of variant covers happening.

For Asgard!

This April is the time, and the event is War of the Realms. While it might feel like 2019’s big Marvel Comics event is rolling right now, it actually doesn’t start till April.

That’s also when there’ll be a full series of variant covers arriving. Each one will feature a Marvel hero, but as if they are an Asgardian. So the X-Men, Hulk, and Superior Spider-Man still are pretty instantly recognizable, they’ve all traded their traditional spandex for something that looks a little more… Norse.

The following is the list of what’s set to feature a variant in the line. All of ’em will arrive in stores this April.

  • AVENGERS #18 by Paolo Rivera
  • BLACK PANTHER #11 by Rahzzah
  • CAPTAIN AMERICA #10 by Dave Johnson
  • CAPTAIN MARVEL #4 by Gerald Parel
  • CHAMPIONS #4 by Khoi Pham
  • CONAN THE BARBARIAN #5 by Butch Guice
  • DEADPOOL #11 by David Nakayama
  • DOCTOR STRANGE #13 by Declan Shalvey 
  • FANTASTIC FOUR #9 by Terry Dodson
  • IMMORTAL HULK #16 by Mike McKone
  • SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST SPIDER #7 by Jorge Molina
  • SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #5 by Carlos Pacheco
  • THOR #12 by Olivier Coipel
  • TONY STARK: IRON MAN #11 by Pasqual Ferry
  • UNCANNY X-MEN #15 by Patrick Zircher
  • UNCANNY X-MEN #16 by Will Sliney
  • VENOM #13 by Inhyuk Lee
  • X-23 #11 by Siya Oum
  • X-FORCE #6 by Riccardo Federici

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