BOOM! Studios and POW! Entertainment have unveiled all of the covers to the first issue of Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero #1.  Paul Cornell and Javier Pina are the team bringing Stan Lee’s vision to life, and the first issue feature art from Trevor Hairsine, Phil Noto, and more.

SOLDIER ZERO #1 is written by Paul Cornell (ACTION COMICS) with art by Javier Pina (SUPERMAN) and ships with seven covers, including A & B covers in a 50/50 split and 1-in-25, 1-in-50, 1-in-75, 1-in-150 covers and a special 1-in-300 Stan Lee signed variant cover. This title carries a Diamond Code of AUG1008571.

via BOOM! Studios

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  1. Crash
    August 16, 2010 at 7:20 pm — Reply

    Am I silly in actually wanting to read this? I mean it’s Stan Lee, it can’t be all that bad right?

  2. Damascus
    September 26, 2010 at 10:11 pm — Reply

    Have you read much of Stan Lee’s later stuff? He optioned and created a comic about the Backstreet Boys, so yeah it could be bad. I do agree with you though, the new Boom! titles that Stan Lee has coming out look pretty good to me too. I liked the undressed pictures, but I don’t like when a comic devotes half of the artwork to bland overly large typeface. It’s the same reason that I really disliked all of the Civil War covers that looked like that, it’s their chance to at least attempt to make an iconic cover or something really unique and beautiful to get readers to want to pick it up and leaf through it and they waste it on a bland cover. 52 did the universal titling and numbering really well while still having unique artwork and the running caption lines.

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