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Variant covers abound as Marvel sets its fresh talent to work on Timeless #1

Marvel’s Stormbreakers, basically their newest artists, are set to provide a selection of variant (fitting) covers for the new Kang tale, Timeless.


The villain with the funny name (well, one of them) is back and ready to run roughshod over the Marvel Comics time stream. Then again, you likely could have guessed that, since Kang is set to loom large over the MCU, and made his debut in the Loki Disney+ series.

As of a few years ago, it seems that as the MCU goes, so go Marvel’s comics. And that means Kang, paired with a new tale called “Timeless”. As Marvel events go, Timeless sounds both large in scale, and kind of… optional?

Billed as a trek through time and space, Timeless seems less like a truly impactful event, and more like a set of ‘coming attractions’ for the publisher’s 2022 slate.

This December, the very future of the Marvel Universe is at stake in Jed MacKay’s TIMELESS #1! The special one-shot will see Kang the Conqueror take an epic journey across space and time where he’ll get a startling glimpse at some of Marvel’s biggest 2022 stories. To celebrate this incredible moment in Marvel history, Marvel’s Stormbreakers, the next generation of elite comic artists, have turned out new covers depicting some of your favorite heroes. Incorporating time imagery in stunning fashion, these pieces are perfect companions to Kang’s venture into the timestream! 

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Cool covers though, yes it will have those. And we know that since we’ve seen ’em already. Take a peek into the gallery below to see them all, with the complete roster coming from Marvel’s pool of new talent.

As for Timeless #1, that’s set to arrive from writer Jed Mackay, and with art from Kev Walker, Greg Land, and Mark Bagley, on December 29th.

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