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‘Annihilation: Scourge Alpha’ by Matthew Rosenberg and Juanan Ramirez kicks off new December event

Something is stirring in the Negative Zone…

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According to the November 2019 solicitation below Matthew Rosenberg and Juanan Ramirez are working on a book that is the “opening salvo” for a December main event. How big this event and widesweeping it will be remains to be seen, but given these covers anyone who has loved the incredible 2006 Nova event Annihilation should be quite excited.

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Something is stirring in the Negative Zone…something that the Marvel Universe isn’t ready for! Will Nova be able to assemble a team powerful enough to tackle this burgeoning threat, or is it already too late to stop its descent upon the galaxy? For the Cosmos’s greatest heroes, ANNIHILATION is only the beginning…

ANNIHILATION: SCOURGE ALPHA #1
MATTHEW Rosenberg (W) • Juanan Ramirez (A)
Cover by JOSEMARIA CASANOVAS
VARIANT COVER BY ALEX GARNER
VARIANT COVER BY RON LIM
VARIANT COVER BY ARIEL OLIVETTI
THE OPENING SALVO FOR DECEMBER’S MAIN EVENT!
40 PGS./ONE-SHOT/Rated T+ …$4.99

Something is stirring in the Negative Zone… Something is stirring in the Negative Zone…

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