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Marvel First Look: Witness Hulkling on the throne in Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson's 'Empyre' variant cover
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Marvel First Look: Witness Hulkling on the throne in Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson’s ‘Empyre’ variant cover

HULKLING TAKES THE THRONE IN JAMIE MCKELVIE’S EMPYRE #1 COVER!

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New York, NY— February 27, 2020 — With a Skrull soldier on his right and a Kree soldier on his left, Hulkling takes his rightful place as the Emperor of the new Kree/Skrull alliance on superstar artist Jamie McKelvie’s variant cover for Empyre #1. Born to a Kree father and a Skrull mother, the young hero has fulfilled his destiny by putting an end to a millennia-long conflict and uniting the galaxy’s two largest armies. Equipped with a powerful sword and leading the greatest armada the universe has ever seen, the new Emperor is ready to take on whatever obstacles are in his path as he makes his way to Earth. Will the Avengers and Fantastic Four dare to get in his way?

Marvel First Look: Witness Hulkling on the throne in Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson's 'Empyre' variant cover

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EMPYRE #1, the start of Marvel’s latest sci-fi epic, hits stands April 15th.

EMPYRE 1 (FEB200753)

Written by AL EWING & DAN SLOTT
Art by VALERIO SCHITI

Cover by JIM CHEUNG

Variant Cover by JAMIE MCKELVIE with colors by MATT WILSON (FEB200758)

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