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Marvel debuts 'Shang-Chi' #1 variant by Benjamin Su
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Marvel debuts ‘Shang-Chi’ #1 variant by Benjamin Su

All weapons point to Benjamin Su’s Shang-Chi variant cover.

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Marvel Comics continues to reveal new variant covers for Shang-Chi and now it’s time for Benjamin Su to shine.

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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 26, 2020 — It’s a deadly family reunion for Marvel’s greatest fighter when the mysterious Five Weapons Society resurfaces next month in SHANG-CHI #1! This all new series, written by Gene Luen Yang and artists Dike Ruan and Philip Tan, will propel Shang-Chi into a brand-new era, boldly redefining his origin and mythos.

To celebrate Shang-Chi’s grand return, a host of all-star talents have showcased the hero in stunning variant covers, including artist Benjamin Su. The Pixar animator makes his Marvel Comics debut with a stunning cover depicting the Avenger assuming fighting stance as he bravely faces off against an army of new enemies. Stay tuned for more SHANG-CHI #1 variant cover reveals coming your way from artists such as Jen Bartel, Mico Suayan, and more. And don’t miss this action-packed new era of Shang-Chi when it kicks off next month!

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