Marvel Pays Homage to Classic Hip Hop with Variant Covers in October
Marvel's Hip Hop Variant Covers for October by Slidely Slideshow
Marvel is taking it way back with an homage to classic hip hop album covers for October variant comic book covers across their line. From Eric B. and Rakim to Dr. Dre, east coast to west coast, some of the best old school acts are switched with Marvel's finest. Some work (Iron Man as 50 Cent, Kamal Khan as Lauryn Hill, Spidey and Deadpool as the aforementioned Eric B. and Rakim) and others not so much (Ant-Man as Notorious B.I.G.). Still a cool Marvel-flavored trip back to when hip hop was dope.
"For years, Marvel Comics and hip-hop culture have been engaged in an ongoing dialogue,” Marvel Editor-in-Chief and noted hip-hop fan Axel Alonso said in a press release. "Beginning this October, we will shine a spotlight on the seamless relationship between those two unique forces."
|Ms Marvel #1 By Jenny Frisson|
|The Astonishing Ant-Man #1 By Mark Brooks|
|Amazing S pider-Man #1 By Mike Del Mundo|
|Squadron Supreme #1 By Mike Del Mundo|
|Extraordinary X-Men #1 By Stanford Green|
|The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1 By Phil Noto|
|Doctor Strange #1 by Juan Doe|
|Sam Wilson, Captain America #1 By Mahmud Asar|
|Spider-Man/Deadpool #1 By Dave Johnson|
|Howard the Duck # 1 by Juan Doe|
|Invincible Iron Man #1 By Brian Stelfreeze|