Time Ran Out - The Avengers #44 Final Issue Variant
Jim Cheung's variant cover is available exclusively through the Marvel Exchange Program!
From Marvel Comics
This April, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes face extinction.
As Secret Wars and the final incursion loom, our heroes stand shoulder to shoulder for their cataclysmic end. Marvel is pleased to present your look at superstar artist Jim Cheung’s FINAL ISSUE VARIANT to AVENGERS #44 – the last, epic issue!
Available to retailers only through Marvel’s Exchange Program, the AVENGERS #44 FINAL ISSUE VARIANT is exclusive to comic shops and can only be received by qualifying retailers who exchange stripped covers of unsold AVENGERS & X-MEN: AXIS #1 standard covers for this stunning variant!
Before the highly-anticipated Secret Wars begins in May, close out Jonathan Hickman’s sprawling Avengers saga in style with this stunning variant rendered by one of the top artists in the industry! What changes await Earth’s Mightiest in the pages of Secret Wars? You’ll have to wait till May to find out. But before that, no fan should miss out on an opportunity to own this one of a kind variant cover when it hits stores this April!
Retailers: Retailers qualifying for the AVENGERS #44 FINAL ISSUE VARIANT should be receiving an email with details on how to order and receive this limited edition variant cover. If a retailer has not received the information, they are encouraged to contact their Diamond Customer Service Representative.
See Also: Go Inside Avengers Alliance: Spec Op - Land of Fire and Ice, The Great Destroyer Revealed in New Avengers #31, Earth's Mightiest Battles Across Time in Avengers Millennium, Ultron Unleashed In Avengers: Rage of Ultron OGN, Stare Down Earth's Mightiest Heroes with 2 New Images, Ultron: No Strings Attached, Avengers (1963 1st Series) Annual #5 (The Mighty Avengers Special #5), 1972 Issue - Marvel Comics, Feel the Rage of Ultron in an Exclusive First Look, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #65, June 1969 Issue - Marvel Comics, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #44, September 1967 Issue - Marvel Comics, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #36, January 1967 Issue - Marvel Comics, 30 Days of AXIS
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