Back at C2E2, Marvel Comics got plenty of press for announcing a line of variant covers for July, the Mighty Men Of Marvel, a tongue in cheek attempt to make up for some of the cheesecake over the years.
Except… despite announcing the covers and which issues they would be variants for, the line never happened. and they never told anyone.
I just noticed that the David Lopez cover intended for Mighty Thor #9 is listed for the upcoming Vote Loki #4, on FOC this week.
So the question is… where did the others turn up? I found another by Fiona Staples on Civil War II: The Accused. Any more for any more? Tell me and I'll update…
Marvel representatives did not respond to inquiries made yesterday.
Vote Loki #4, not Mighty Thor #9 – David Lopez
Not Deadpool #15 – Otto Schmidt
Civil War II: The Accused, not Daredevil #9 – Fiona Staples
Not Captain America: Steve Rogers #3 – Stephanie Hans
Not Black Panther #4 – Jay Anacleto
Not The Astonishing Ant-Man #10 – Mark Bagley
Not Amazing Spider-Man #15 – Dan Panosian
Not Old Man Logan #8 (Rafael Albuquerque)
Not Power Man and Iron Fist #6 (Andrew Robinson)
Not Spider-Man #6 (Kris Anka)
Not Totally Awesome Hulk #8 (Yasmine Putri)
Not Uncanny Avengers #11 (Meghan Hetrick)
Inhumans Annual #1 Not Uncanny Inhumans #12 (Greg Land)
These were unreleased. Officially, I mean.
Squadron Supreme #9 (Jenny Frison)
All-New, All-Different Avengers #12 (Aaron Kuder)
Guardians of the Galaxy #10 (Joelle Jones)
New Avengers #13 (Declan Shalvey)
Oh and before we leave, here's a previously unseen Tradd Moore variant to Civil War II: X-Men #4… it kinda fits the general theme here.