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'Shang-Chi' #1 variant cover by Kim Jacinto is mesmerizing
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‘Shang-Chi’ #1 variant cover by Kim Jacinto is mesmerizing

Check out this electrifying Shang-Chi variant cover.

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Coming in September, Marvel Comics has revealed a new variant cover for Shang-Chi #1 by Kim Jacinto. This is the fourth variant to be revealed by Marvel Comics to date. Check it out below.

Shang-Chi #1

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Shang-Chi is by award-winning writer Gene Luen Yang with art by Dike Ruan and Philip Tan.

For more details on the project read the official Marvel press release below.

New York, NY— August 25, 2020 — Kim Jacinto, one of Marvel’s most popular cover artists, delivers an electrifying take on Marvel’s greatest fighter in his cover for SHANG-CHI #1! Known for his eye-catching work on 2018’s Avengers storyline “No Surrender,” the acclaimed Filipino artist celebrates Shang-Chi’s return by depicting the former Avengers in a heated battle. This stunning cover joins more SHANG-CHI #1 variants by top talents like Jen Bartel, Dike Ruan, and more – to be revealed in the coming weeks!

In this exciting new era, Shang-Chi will discover hidden secrets about his family that will rock his world as he goes up against dangerous new enemies, including the deadly Sister Hammer, a figure from Shang-Chi’s past who will stop at nothing to destroy him. Shang-Chi is in for the fight of his life in this action-packed adventure full of startling revelations, shocking betrayals, and pulse-pounding battles. Check out Jacinto’s cover below and don’t miss SHANG-CHI #1 when it hits stands next month!


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