In November, Civil War II will continue, we promise. Which means a slew of variant covers featuring heroes at odds with one another.
When Amazing Spider-Man:: Renew Your Vows lands in comic shops in November, a familiar cover will appear as the the “Top Secret Artist Variant”.
When U.S.Avengers arrives, look for 50 variant covers for the series.
Are you ready for the upcoming Josie and the Pussycats series from Archie Comics? J. Scott Campbell is, and the artist released a first look at his variant cover.
Marvel has unveiled a number of variant covers for the upcoming Mark Waid, Humberto Ramos Champions #1.
Of all the variant covers we’ve seen over the last year, the cosplay variants seem to be the most exciting, because they show the craft of talented cosplayers from around the world on the covers of Marvel comics! It’s such great exposure for cosplay and the publisher, that it makes sense for Marvel to continue the variant line throughout the rest of the year.
Faith has been a big hit at Valiant Entertainment, and the publisher is teaming with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund to bring a Ronald Wimberly variant cover to the San Diego Comic Con.
Action Lab Entertainment has released its collection of exclusive items it is bringing to the San Diego Comic-Con.
Aspen Comics has unveiled its collection of convention exclusives for the San Diego Comic-Con.
PRESS RELEASE: Five upcoming 2016 Wizard World Comic Cons will be bonanzas for comic book fans when “Wizard World VIP” attendees receive six limited edition exclusive variant covers of three all-time favorite comics by three superstar artists at each event.
PRESS RELEASE: As if appearances by superstars from Star Wars, Back to the Future, “The X-Files,” “The Walking Dead” and many more film and TV favorites weren’t enough, there’s another reason for fans to grab VIP admissions to Wizard World Comic Con Chicago, as the first 800 “Wizard World VIP” attendees will receive copies of the “Batman #50” and “Superman #50” exclusive black & white variant covers, both drawn by Patrick Gleason. The Midwest’s largest pop culture convention is set for August 18-21 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.