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Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

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Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

An alien creature has invaded Wakanda!

THE TWO BADDEST GAUNTLET-WIELDERS IN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE UNITE! An alien creature has invaded Wakanda! And with her powers strangely malfunctioning and her brother still missing, Shuri is in over her head. Time to call for backup. Enter: Iron Man! But can these two tech geniuses figure out how to de-power an energy-sucking alien before it destroys the entire continent? Don’t miss the end of the first arc — and a dramatic change for the princess of Wakanda!

Written by Nnedi Okorafor
Art by Leonardo Romero
Cover by Sam Spratt
Page Count 25 Pages
Release Date February 20 2019

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Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

Marvel Preview: Shuri #5

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