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Marvel Comics is hosting ‘Incoming’ #1 launch parties in comics shops on December 26th

Marvel Comics is hosting ‘Incoming’ launch parties with exclusive variants, calendars, and more.

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New York, NY— November 11, 2019 — The one-shot that will shape the future of the Marvel Universe into 2020 and beyond hits stores on December 26th, and participating comic shops near you will be hosting Incoming! #1 Launch Parties featuring exclusive offerings. Grab a party variant by Jorge Molina that shows your favorite heroes readying themselves for this massive event by donning mysterious Eternity Masks! Also, collectors can start planning ahead for the new year with 2020 Calendars!

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Marvel Comics is hosting 'Incoming' launch parties with exclusive variants, calendars, and more.

Unite with fellow True Believers at a participating comic shop near you and witness the start of Marvel’s exciting new chapter on December 26. Be sure to snag the exclusive offerings shown here!

Marvel Comics is hosting 'Incoming' launch parties with exclusive variants, calendars, and more. Marvel Comics is hosting 'Incoming' launch parties with exclusive variants, calendars, and more.

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