Man-Slaughter Makes His Debut in Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 [Preview]

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 hits stores from Marvel Comics on Wednesday, by Benjamin Percy and Georges Jeanty, continuing the revamping of the Weapon X mythology for the modern Marvel Universe, and we've got a preview below.

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 [Preview]

The issue debuts a new version of Man-Thing, Man-Slaughter, a government agent that the solicit bills as America's answer to mutant mastery of plant life. But he's not faring so well as this preview begins…

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 [Preview]

Though the Russians were not expecting a Giant-Size Man-Thing… well, unless Trump tipped them off.

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 [Preview]

Elsewhere, we see another team teased in a previous one-shot in action…

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 [Preview]

…Brute Force!

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 [Preview]

Weapon Plus: World War IV #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

(W) Ben Percy (A) Georges Jeanty (CA) Kyle Hotz
Biochemist Ted Sallis was developing a serum for military application, but was tragically killed in a freak accident before he could perfect it. Still, the data behind his formula remains property of the United States government and the Weapon IV Program to this day–Mutants aren't the only ones to have weaponized flora!
Marvel Comics proudly presents a sensational new hero ready to fight back against the new world order! No longer just a man…not a thing…he's All-American soil and he's reporting for duty… Benjamin Percy (WOLVERINE, X-FORCE) and GEORGES JEANTY (WEAPON X) introduce…MAN-SLAUGHTER!
In Shops: Jan 29, 2020
SRP: $4.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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