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'Black Widow' cinematic universe variant covers coming October 2020
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‘Black Widow’ cinematic universe variant covers coming October 2020

These new Black Widow variant covers feature art by Jen Bartel, Stefano Caselli, and Chris Samnee.

Marvel Comics has announced there’s a whole slew of Black Widow cinematic universe variant covers on the way. The covers celebrate the new film–and more than likely were set to release months ago but the pandemic put a stop to that–and will grace the covers of Black Widow #3, one-shots like Black Widow: Widow’s Sting #1, and Devin Grayson’s Widowmakers: Red Guardian and Yelena Belova #1.

You can peep out three of the covers below by Jen Bartel, Stefano Caselli, and Chris Samnee.

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For more, read the official Marvel press release below.

New York, NY— October 9, 2020 — Marvel is excited to announce that select Black Widow comics will receive new Marvel Cinematic Universe variant covers featuring artwork inspired by Marvel Studios’ Black Widow! To celebrate the superspy Avenger’s upcoming solo adventure, fans can find these variants by exploring her action-packed world of espionage in BLACK WIDOW #3, the next issue in her current ongoing series by Kelly Thompson and Elena Casagrande, as well as one-shots like BLACK WIDOW: WIDOW’S STING #1 by Ralph Macchio and Simone Buonfantino and WIDOWMAKERS: RED GUARDIAN AND YELENA BELOVA #1 by Devin Grayson and Michele Bandini.

Drawn by some of the industry’s hottest talents, these eye-catching covers showcase characters and imagery from the highly-anticipated film. One of the most popular Black Widow artists in recent years, Eisner award-winning artist Chris Samnee returns to the character with a movie poster-style cover depicting the film’s main cast for WIDOWMAKERS: RED GUARDIAN AND YELENA BELOVA #1. On superstar artist Stefano Caselli’s BLACK WIDOW: WIDOW’S STING #1 cover, Natasha Romanoff races to her next mission. And fans will be delighted at Jen Bartel’s vibrant depiction of Scarlett Johansson’s iconic portrayal of the character in her cover for BLACK WIDOW #3!

Pick up these incredible covers starting this month, and keep your eyes peeled for more Marvel Cinematic Universe variant covers coming your way soon! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

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