Black Widow and Iron Man Legacy both score second printings due to the excitement behind Iron Man 2!
Marvel is pleased to announce that, due to the excitement surrounding the upcoming theatrical release of Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 2, both Black Widow #1 and Iron Man Legacy #1 will be going back to press with Black Widow #1 Second Printing Variant and the Iron Man Legacy #1 Second Printing Variant!
In Black Widow #1, written by Marjorie Liu and drawn by Daniel Acuña, Marvel’s deadliest super-spy and former Avenger is inches from death after a mysterious assassination attempt. Determined to find her would-be killer and enact justice, Black Widow comes across a conspiracy involving her closest super hero friends! What is in store for Natasha Romanoff? Will she be able to unravel this mystery? Find out in Black Widow #1 Second Printing Variant! This will also feature a black & white cover by red-hot artist, Travel Foreman!
Then, in Iron Man: Legacy #1, from writer Fred Van Lente and artist Steve Kurth bring readers the untold stories of ol’ Shell Head! After Tony Stark’s Iron Man tech is stolen and used for ethnic cleansing, Stark becomes embroiled in an international incident! What will Iron Man do to save the day? Find out in Iron Man Legacy #1 Second Printing Variant with a black & white cover by Salvador Larocca!
Marvel urges retailers to check orders on Iron Man: Legacy and Black Widow as the release of Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 2 is sure to further increase demand for these series! Learn all about Black Widow and Tony Stark before you see them on the big screen!
BLACK WIDOW #1 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (FEB108509)
Written by MARJORIE LIU
Pencils by DANIEL ACUÑA
Cover by TRAVEL FOREMAN
Rated T+ …$3.99
IRON MAN: LEGACY #1 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (FEB108508)
Written by FRED VAN LENTE
Pencils by STEVE KURTH
Cover by SALVADOR LAROCCA
Rated T+ …$3.99
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Source: Press Release
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Posted originally: 2010-04-22 17:03:46