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[Updated] 12 Images From Marvel's Venom Variant Month March 2017

sqgirlbannerMarvel released four of their Venom variants for their "Venom Variant Month" in March 2017 to CBR, quickly then distributing the images over a few sites and which we've collected here.


Well you didn't see that when I published it yesterday (01:00 today my time!), because (like the total newbie that I am) I didn't publish it properly. Luckily I have new news! There's 11 more covers, and we now know that both Hans and Crain are in the lead with 2 covers a piece. I've secreted the new ones in to the gallery now for you to enjoy … and I'm still leaving the lovely surprise at the bottom.

The creators on each cover are Invincible Iron Man #5 by Rick Leonardi, X-Men: Prime #1 by Kris Anka, Kingpin #2 by Clayton Crain, Doctor Strange #18 by Tess Fowler, All-New Wolverine #18 by Francesco Mattina, Black Panther #12 by Elizabeth Torque, Captain America: Steve Rogers #13 by Tom Raney, Deadpool #28 by David Lopez, Ghost Rider #5 by Dustin Weaver, Totally Awesome Hulk #17 by Mike Choi, Thanos #5 by Rob Guillory, and Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #18 by Kate Leth.

Second batch are Amazing Spider-Man #25 by Dave Johnson, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #5 by Humberto Ramos, Champions #6 by Mike Deodato, Gamora #4 by Stephanie Hans, Hulk #4 by Emmanuela Lupacchino, Inhumans Prime #1 by Ryan Stegman, Man-Thing #1 by Stephanie Hans, The Mighty Captain Marvel #3 by Clayton Crain, Old Man Logan #19 by Gustavo Duarte, Spider-Gwen #18 by Sophie Campbell, and The Unbelievable Gwenpool #13 by Yasmine Putri.

We're still missing (but I'm searching) for Avengers #5 by David Marquez, Occupy Avengers #5 by Paolo Siquera, and Spider-Man/Deadpool #15 by Dave Williams.



This whole thing has a familiar ring to it, no?

Yep! Back at the beginning of 2012 they ran a similar promotion, here's that MJ to say bye-bye:


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Eliot ColeAbout Eliot Cole

When I say that you should buy something, please understand I say that in full knowledge that the prices of comics are just flat out wrong. I'm talking to the select few with enough disposable income to actually pay $3.99 for ~20 pages, often less. Anyway, me? I'm a generally affable chap, happy to shoot it over a pint of proper beer (that's ale to some), I read basically anything, but I've found I'm now finally learning to love the small press / self-published scene a little more, even though I'm a relative newcomer to it (10y).
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