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New Marvel variant covers honor phase 3 of the MCU

New Marvel variant covers honor phase 3 of the MCU

New Marvel variant covers honor phase 3 of the MCU

New Marvel variant covers honor phase 3 of the MCU

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  • In March and April, Marvel will release the comic books with the new variant covers.
  • Both Black Panther #15 and Captain Marvel #47 will be released on March 15.
  • Guardians of the Galaxy #1 and Captain America: Cold War Alpha #1 will both be out on April 12.
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Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will serve as inspiration for a few of the future variant covers from Marvel Comics. Multiple Infinity Saga Variant Covers have been shared by Marvel Comics. In March and April, Marvel will release the comic books with the new variant covers.

The character’s 2018 solo feature serves as the inspiration for Black Panther #15’s cover. Ken Lashley, an artist, produced it. Black Panther is depicted on the cover sporting a costume resembling the one from the movie. Additionally, it has illustrations of Shuri, Killmonger, Zuri, Nakia, Ramonda, and Okoye that are made to seem like the actors who played them in the movies. The 2018 movie went on to become the first superhero movie to ever receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. The characterization of Brie Larson in the movie served as inspiration for Peach Momoko’s cover art for Captain Marvel #47. Both Black Panther #15 and Captain Marvel #47 will be released on March 15.

Steve Skroce, an artist, designed the Doctor Strange #1 cover. It shows Doctor Strange reading a book and doing his magic. The Time Stone is located in the Eye of Agamotto, which Doctor Strange is also sporting. On March 22, Doctor Strange #1 will be available. The artwork for Thor #32 was done by Mahmud Asrar, and it depicts Chris Hemsworth’s Thor facing off against Mark Ruffalo’s The Hulk in the 2017 film Thor: Ragnarok. In the movie, after being captured by the Grandmaster, Thor was made to fight the Hulk (Jeff Goldblum). Greg Pak, Carlo Pagulayan, and Aaron Lopresti’s Planet Hulk storyline from 2006–2007 served as the basis for the Hulk’s plot in the movie.

Guardians of the Galaxy #1 and Captain America: Cold War Alpha #1 will both be out on April 12. Captain America: Civil War, the first movie of Phase Three, served as inspiration for the variant cover of Captain America: Cold War #1. The cover’s top and bottom emphasize Captain America’s and Iron Man’s eyes, respectively. A reenactment of the altercation between the two Avengers at a former Hydra facility may be seen in the middle of the cover. The fight scenario seen on the cover is a recreation of the storyline from Civil War #7, on which the movie is based.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 of 2017 served as inspiration for the Guardians of the Galaxy #1 cover. Characters that resemble the performers that played them on the big screen are depicted in it. Ego the Living Planet and Baby Groot are also present. Marvel Comics has previously released alternate covers for the films Ant-Man and the Wasp, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. The variant cover for Avengers #65, which draws inspiration from Avengers: Infinity War, was unveiled on February 1.

The Infinity Saga plot for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which started with 2008’s Iron Man, was wrapped up in Phase Three. Since the end of Phase Three, a lot of movies and television shows have dealt with what happened when Thanos (Josh Brolin) wiped out half of all life in the universe. “Phase Four is primarily a response from the characters, not from us as the filmmakers. The trauma of Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame is the cause of it “Richie Palmer, chief of development and production at Marvel Studios, commented on the most recent MCU endeavours. Years later, we’re still seeing those consequences in these movies. The Multiverse Saga, the current phase of the franchise, began with MCU Phase Four.

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