Renowned Artist Michael Cho Debuts New Two-Tone Cover Series
Jay Cochran - December 22, 2020
Award-winning artist Michael Cho will bring some of Marvel’s most iconic heroes to life on a series of extraordinary variant covers this March. Done in his trademark two-tone style, these vibrant covers capture Marvel’s heroes at their most timeless versions. The two-tone variant covers will grace your favorite ongoing series this March, featuring one-of-a-kind depictions of Ant-Man, Wasp, Black Panther, Captain America, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Hulk, Spider-Man, Thor, and Spider-Woman.
“It was a privilege and a joy to draw iconic images of the classic Marvel heroes, in the way that I remembered them from childhood,” Cho said.
Check out a full list below and collect all ten Michael Cho Two-Tone variant covers when they arrive at your local comic shop this March!
AVENGERS #43 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
BLACK PANTHER #24 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
SAVAGE AVENGERS #19 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
CAPTAIN AMERICA #28 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
STRANGE ACADEMY #9 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
IMMORTAL HULK #44 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
IRON MAN #7 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #61 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
SPIDER-WOMAN #10 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
THOR #13 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
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I really like the old school vibe of these. If it's not expensive I may get the Cap variant...especially since that'll be the best part of issue 28 considering the writing lately.
These are Fantastic, and yeah I would like to see the F.F. in the line up too. Great work and love the style.
Nice classic looking artwork. They'd make for some great prints
Not bad, though I'm surprised to see Hank and Jan get any loving
Wonderful. Odd that Fantastic Four isn't here, since they started off the Marvel Age. Also would have been nice to see the Sub-Mariner, bridging that gap from Timely to Marvel. These look outstanding.
I love all of these. The Darwyn Cooke/Bruce Timm/Chris Samnee style is my jam, so Cho's throwback impressions of these classic characters hits me right in my heart. Such a great series... although given the emphasis on '60s Silver Age (except for Spider-Woman and Widow's costume) in this set, Daredevil's absence is conspicuous.
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