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Marvel Preview: Maestro: War and Pax #1

PETER DAVID AND THE MAESTRO RETURN IN A BRAND-NEW SERIES!

PETER DAVID AND THE MAESTRO RETURN IN A BRAND-NEW SERIES! The man once known as the Hulk is now neither man, nor Hulk — call him only THE MAESTRO! After deposing Dystopia’s ancient ruler, the Maestro sets his sights even bigger. It’s time the entire planet Earth recognized their one true god! But the Maestro isn’t the only immortal left…and if he wants to truly dominate the planet, he’ll have to face the most powerful beings in creation! PETER DAVID continues the tale that began decades ago in the legendary Future Imperfect!

Written by: Peter David
Art by; Javier Pina
Cover by: Dale Keown
Release Date: January 20, 2021
Page Count: 34 Pages
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Maestro: War and Pax #1

Marvel Preview: Maestro: War and Pax #1

Marvel Preview: Maestro: War and Pax #1

Marvel Preview: Maestro: War and Pax #1

Marvel Preview: Maestro: War and Pax #1

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