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THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS
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‘Venom Island’ gets X-Men variant covers this December

THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS

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New York, NY— September 17, 2019 — In anticipation of VENOM ISLAND arriving in December, set your sights on these variant covers featuring the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, and Captain Marvel battling their way through the symbiote-infested island.

X-MEN #3 VENOM ISLAND VARIANT by MIKE MCKONE

THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS

EXCALIBUR #3 VENOM ISLAND VARIANT by KOI PHAM

THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS

EXCALIBUR #4 VENOM ISLAND VARIANT by KAEL NGU

THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS

FANTASTIC FOUR #17 VENOM ISLAND VARIANT by CARLOS GOMEZ

THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS

CAPTAIN MARVEL #13 VENOM ISLAND VARIANT by JOSHUA CASSARA

THE X-MEN FIND THEMSELVES ON VENOM ISLAND IN NEW VARIANTS

And be on the lookout for these other Venom Island variant covers in December featuring more of your favorite Marvel heroes!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #36 by DECLAN SHALVEY

BLACK CAT #7 by OTTO SCHMIDT

MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN# 13  by EDWARD PETROVICH

VALKYRIE: JANE FOSTER 6 by ANNA RUD

 

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