With the crap Image gave Marvel over the whole I Am An Avenger campaign, one might think they’d be a little cautious about their variant covers to Guarding the Globe.  Regardless, Image released the variant cover to Guarding the Globe #2, featuring Kaboomerang.

GUARDIANS OF THE GLOBE is a six-issue miniseries cowritten by Robert Kirkman (THE WALKING DEAD) and Benito Cereno (INVINCIBLE PRESENTS: ATOM EVE & REX SPLODE) and drawn by newcomer Ransom Getty. As the VILTRUMITE WAR rages on within the pages of INVINCIBLE, the ranks of the Guardians of the Globe are suddenly depleted. In GUARDIANS OF THE GLOBE #2, the Guardians recruitment drive is interrupted as a distress call comes in from Aquarus: Octoboss has taken over Atlantis! Now the recruits are thrown head first into battle — let’s hope they’re ready. If only Invincible were there to help…

The 32-page issue arrives September 29, 2010, and features a cover price of $3.50.

via Image Comics

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  1. Katzedecimal
    September 7, 2010 at 9:54 am — Reply

    Good lord.

    Well, I guess now we know why DC had to bring back Captain Boomerang.

    …man and i thought digger’s outfit was silly…

  2. Damascus
    October 4, 2010 at 7:33 am — Reply

    Nice Avenger’s ripoff cover. When it’s a promo piece meant to be funny, then cool, but as an official cover it’s just too similar.

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