Women of Marvel Variants Come to Your Favorite Marvel Comics this March
Don't miss a single one of these jaw-dropping variants by 20 of the best female artists in the industry!
From Marvel Comics
This March, Marvel is celebrating Women’s History Month by gathering some of the best and brightest female artists to tackle some of Marvel’s most iconic characters for a very special variant cover theme. Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look at a selection of March’s Women of Marvel Variant Covers!
“2014 was a huge year for Women of Marvel, both in our comics and behind the scenes,” says Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso. “Marvel now has more titles starring female leads than ever before, the Women of Marvel panel is one of the most highly attended at conventions, and the weekly Women of Marvel podcast continues to grow. In 2015, we intend to continue that tradition, and March’s Women of Marvel variant covers — featuring 20 of the best female artists in the industry – is just the beginning.”
From the biggest names in the industry today to the superstars of tomorrow, you won’t want to miss a single one of these jaw-dropping variant covers coming to these exciting March titles:
ALL-NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA #5 by TBD
ALL-NEW HAWKEYE #1 by SHO MURASE
ALL-NEW X-MEN #39 by FAITH ERIN HICKS
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16 by MING DOYLE
ANT-MAN #3 by KATIE COOK
AVENGERS #42 by TBD
BLACK WIDOW #16 by VANESA DEL REY
CAPTAIN MARVEL #13 by AUFA RICHARDSON
DEADPOOL #43 by TBD
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #25 by ERICA HENDERSON
INHUMAN #13 by JILL THOMPSON
LEGENDARY STAR-LORD #10 by SANA TAKEDA
MS. MARVEL #13 by TBD
NEW AVENGERS #31 by SARA PICHELLI
ROCKET RACCOON #9 by JANET LEE
S.H.I.E.L.D. #4 by COLLEEN DORAN
SUPERIOR IRON MAN #6 by TBD
THOR #6 by STEPHANIE HANS
UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL #3 by GURIHIRU
UNCANNY AVENGERS #3 by AMANDA CONNER
UNCANNY X-MEN #33 by STACEY LEE
“Jeanine Schaefer and I have had the pleasure of collaborating with some of the best female artists in the industry to show-off their take on Marvel’s biggest characters and teams,” says Marvel Editor Emily Shaw. “It’s been an incredible experience to bring so many awesome women together for this project. And the results have been pretty awesome!”
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