Now Ryan Penagos, Marvel’s v . p . and executive editor of digital media, has announced the first Marvel Rock Cover Variants is going to be coming this September. The announcement is made through Penagos’ Twitter page also it shows artwork inspired by Nirvana, The Clash, Guns N’ Roses, and Blondie combined with Guardians from the Universe, Thor, Inhumans, and X-Men Blue/Gold, correspondingly. The artwork and fonts in the original covers are employed plus they really look excellent. Browse the pr release below.
"This September, Marvel will begin the celebration from the close link between music fans and comic readers with five Marvel Rock variant covers, directly from a number of Marvel’s most acclaimed artists!"
The pr release is constantly on the point out that this is a restricted edition affair.
"A really unique and limited collection, only five covers is going to be released, each having to pay tribute to some classic rock-band that defined and expanded the background music form."
Mighty Thor’s Asgard Falling cover by Marco Rudy relies from the legendary cover from the Clash’s London Calling album, that was released in the finish of 1979. The motif based in london Calling seemed to be having to pay tribute to Elvis Presley’s debut album cover. Thor is pictured smashing his hammer, modeled after Clash bassist Paul Simonon smashing his bass survive stage. Inhumans’ Once and Future Nobleman #2 is performed up such as the legendary mix of Guns N’ Roses’ Appetite for Destruction by Damion Scott, which is not the initial cover the album, but that is most likely to find the best.
Guardians from the Universe seems to become self entitled in design for Nirvana’s Nevermind by Mike Hawthorne and Nathan Fairbain. Thankfully Rocket has clothes on because he swims for many currency which has Thano’s face onto it studying: "In Dying we Trust." Rather to be underwater, Rocket is viewed floating wide having a blue hue. X-Men Blue’s Alternative Lives is performed in design for Blondie’s Parallel Lines by Daniel Acuna. Not pictured may be the X-Men Gold cover made by Mike Del Mundo, therefore it is unsure what album cover he used.
The covers of Marvel’s Rock variants all look amazing and are certain to become unattainable rapidly. Make certain to seize them before they fetch additional cash on the secondhand market. While you are in internet marketing, browse the albums the covers derive from discover acquainted with them. Every one of individuals records is clearly not the same as one another plus they provide a unique understanding of the occasions these were made. Browse the artwork for Marvel’s Rock variant covers below.
Neat Marvel rock variant covers coming this fall. By @MikeHawthorne, @nathanfairbairn, @lagartomurciano, @Marco_Rudy, @damionscott2pic.twitter.com/25TnBehvVF
— Ryan Penagos (@AgentM) June 19, 2017