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Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi’ #1 rushed back for 2nd printing

Get a closer look at Sister Hammer in Benjamin Su and Dike Ruan’s second printing covers.

Marvel Comics has revealed Shang-Chi #1 is getting a second printing. The second printing will be available in comic book shops on November 4th with a second printing sketch variant by Benjamin Su and the second printing variant cover by artist Dike Ruan.

Check out the variant below.

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The character featured on the cover is none other than Shang-Chi’s long lost sister Sister Hammer. Oh yeah, and she’s his latest enemy too! Read our review of Shang-Chi #1 here. You can still purchase Shang-Chi #1 digitally today.

For more on this news read the official Marvel press release below.

New York, NY— October 12, 2020 — After Shang-Chi returned last month in a brand-new series written by award-winning writer Gene Luen Yang and drawn by artists Dike Ruan and Philip Tan, Marvel is excited to announce that the debut issue of this new era will get a second printing!

The action-packed SHANG-CHI #1 introduced readers to the mysterious Five Weapons Society, a group of elite warriors who hold devastating truths about Shang-Chi’s past and future, including Shang-Chi’s newest enemy, Sister Hammer! Fans can check out Shang-Chi’s long lost sister on Benjamin Su’s eye-catching second printing variant cover and on series artist Dike Ruan’s second printing sketch variant, on sale November 4th! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

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