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Marvel is sending the sneak peeks our way, as the company drops off a preview of the upcoming return of Japan’s top heroes (at least from a Marvel perspective) – Big Hero Six!

BIG HERO SIX #1 (of 6) (JUL082271)
BIG HERO SIX #1 (of 6) VARIANT COVER (JUL082272)
Written by CHRIS CLAREMONT
Pencils, Cover & Variant Cover by DAVID NAKAYAMA

When some of the worst villains in the Marvel Universe begin to attack Tokyo, Big Hero Six are the only ones who can stop them!  Written by the legendary and award-winning Chris Claremont (Uncanny X-Men, New Exiles), come join Hiro (the most brilliant mind in Japan), Baymax (his reliable synthetic entity), Honey Lemon (with her super-powered purse), and Gogo Tomago (an unstoppable explosive ball of energy)!  Don’t miss Big Hero Six defend their country along with awesome interiors from rising-star artist, David Nakayama (Marvel Adventures Spider-Man, Marvel Adventures Hulk)!

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Big Hero Six is a six issue mini-series and the first issue arrives September 10, 2008 for $3.99.

via Marvel

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Stephen Schleicher

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1 Comment

  1. Josh P.
    August 13, 2008 at 10:10 am — Reply

    I loved Big Hero 6 back in the nineties. Is it weird that the spun out of Steve Seagle’s under-rated Alpha Flight?

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