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Marvel reveals ‘Black Panther’ #25 Stormbreakers covers

The final issue of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ groundbreaking run will have Fine Arts variant covers by Marvel’s exclusive group of elite artists.

Press Release

If you’re a fan of comic books you’re likely a fan of art. But what about Fine Art? Marvel Comics is dipping its toes in that realm with new variant covers celebrating the end of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ run on Black Panther with the 25th issue. These variant covers come from Marvel’s Stormbreakers, recognizes and spotlights a select group of the industry’s top rising artists from around the globe.

You can find these variant covers in comic book shops when Black Panther #25 hits stores on April 28th.

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With each artist inspired by a different style, the results are unlike any variant cover collection Marvel Comics has ever put out.

  • Natacha Bustos: Art Brut-African
  • Juann Cabal: Flemish Renaissance
  • Carmen Carnero: Art Nouveau
  • Joshua Cassara: Byzantine
  • Iban Coello: Art Deco
  • Patrick Gleason: Minimalism
  • Peach Momoko: Nihonga
  • R.B. Silva: Pop Art

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

New York, NY— February 19, 2021 — Since being announced last year, the inaugural class of Marvel’s Stormbreakers have showcased their incredible artistic visions not only in the pages of Marvel’s hottest titles but also on stunning cover artwork. Revealed earlier today in a special message to ComicsPro, the association for direct-market comic book retailers, a new collection of variant covers by these elite artists will debut in April. Proudly unveiled by Editor in Chief CB Cebulski, this series of covers will grace BLACK PANTHER #25, the final issue of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ revolutionary run on the title.

Paying homage to famous art movements in history, these FINE ARTS VARIANT COVERS bring the world of Black Panther to life in unique depictions that highlight exactly why these eight artists represent the next generation of comic book excellence! With each artist inspired by a different style, the results are unlike any variant cover collection Marvel Comics has ever put out.

  • Natacha Bustos: Art Brut-African
  • Juann Cabal: Flemish Renaissance
  • Carmen Carnero: Art Nouveau
  • Joshua Cassara: Byzantine
  • Iban Coello: Art Deco
  • Patrick Gleason: Minimalism
  • Peach Momoko: Nihonga
  • R.B. Silva: Pop Art

The BLACK PANTHER #25 FINE ARTS variant cover program is just the latest way Marvel Comics is spotlighting this outstanding group of talent. Their drive to consistently push the boundaries of comic book art is on full display in these incredible pieces of artwork. Be sure to collect all eight when BLACK PANTHER #25 hits stands on April 28th. For more information, visit Marvel.com.

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