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Marvel First Look: 'Strange Academy' #1 variant covers
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Marvel First Look: ‘Strange Academy’ #1 variant covers

Covers by Jerome Opena and Skottie Young!

Strange Academy is one of the hottest new series to come out of Marvel this year and fans are greatly anticipating it. Marvel has released a trailer for the comic as well as a full preview, and today we have an exclusive first look at two variant covers.

The first by Jerome Opena has a Breakfast Club homage going on.

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Marvel First Look: 'Strange Academy' #1 variant covers

Second, we have Skottie Young’s variant which features Doctor Strange doing a top hat magic trick. I think he’s a bit freaked out.

Marvel First Look: 'Strange Academy' #1 variant covers

Read the full solicitation text for the first issue below.

A SORCERER SCHOOL FOR THE MARVEL UNIVERSE!

The Marvel Universe has mysteriously changed in such an alarming way that Doctor Strange has done what he’s avoided for decades; he’s opened a school for young sorcerers. Young people from around the world with aptitude in magic have been brought together in New Orleans to study the Mystic Arts under Strange, Brother Voodoo, the Ancient One, the Scarlet Witch, Magik, Hellstrom and ALL your favorite Marvel magicians. But with all the new magical threats, is it too late?!

STRANGE ACADEMY #1

Written by SKOTTIE YOUNG
Art and Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS
Release Date: March 4, 2020

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