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Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

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Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

Who’s on this team? Natasha Romanov, Clint Barton, Scott Lang and Victor Creed. The Squadron doesn’t stand a chance.

BLACK WIDOW & HAWKEYE LEAD AN ASSAULT ON THE SQUADRON! After the Civil War that split the Squadron Supreme in half, Nighthawk formed his own Squadron in Europe. But not all of Europe is okay with it. Baron Zemo has put together his own team to take them down. Who’s on this team? Natasha Romanov, Clint Barton, Scott Lang and Victor Creed. The Squadron doesn’t stand a chance.

Written by: Cody Ziglar
Art by: Paco Medina
Cover by: Ken Lashley
Page Count: 32 Pages
Release Date: May 26, 2021
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

Marvel Preview: Heroes Reborn: Siege Society #1

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