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Renowned Artist Michael Cho Debuts New Two-Tone Cover Series


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Award-winning artist Michael Cho will bring some of Marvel’s most iconic heroes to life on a series of extraordinary variant covers this March. Done in his trademark two-tone style, these vibrant covers capture Marvel’s heroes at their most timeless versions. The two-tone variant covers will grace your favorite ongoing series this March, featuring one-of-a-kind depictions of Ant-Man, Wasp, Black Panther, Captain America, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Hulk, Spider-Man, Thor, and Spider-Woman.

“It was a privilege and a joy to draw iconic images of the classic Marvel heroes, in the way that I remembered them from childhood,” Cho said.

Check out a full list below and collect all ten Michael Cho Two-Tone variant covers when they arrive at your local comic shop this March!

AVENGERS #43 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

BLACK PANTHER #24 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

SAVAGE AVENGERS #19 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

CAPTAIN AMERICA #28 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

STRANGE ACADEMY #9 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

IMMORTAL HULK #44 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

IRON MAN #7 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #61 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

SPIDER-WOMAN #10 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

THOR #13 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

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I love all of these. The Darwyn Cooke/Bruce Timm/Chris Samnee style is my jam, so Cho's throwback impressions of these classic characters hits me right in my heart. Such a great series... although given the emphasis on '60s Silver Age (except for Spider-Woman and Widow's costume) in this set, Daredevil's absence is conspicuous.

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Wonderful. Odd that Fantastic Four isn't here, since they started off the Marvel Age. Also would have been nice to see the Sub-Mariner, bridging that gap from Timely to Marvel. These look outstanding.

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