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Marvel Comics reveals award-winning graphic designer Chip Kidd’s Spider-Woman variant cover

CHIP KIDD’S SPIDER-WOMAN #1 DIE-CUT COVER REVEALED!

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New York, NY— January 7, 2020 — SPIDER-WOMAN #1 by Karla Pacheco and Pere Pérez hits stores March 18th, and award-winning graphic designer Chip Kidd has created a striking die-cut variant cover that perfectly captures the dangerous and mysterious allure Jessica Drew is known for! Celebrate Spider-Woman’s brand-new series by picking up this exceptional version of the explosive first issue!

 

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Marvel Comics reveals award-winning graphic designer Chip Kidd's Spider-Woman variant cover 

SPIDER-WOMAN 1 CHIP KIDD DIE CUT VARIANT (DEC191017)

Written by KARLA PACHECO

Art by PERE PÉREZ

Colors by FRANK D’ARMATA

Variant Cover by CHIP KIDD

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