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Marvel Announces Free Hip-Hop Variant Sampler

Every title in Marvel’s expansive All-New All-Different relaunch has a Hip-Hop Variant cover. Yet, they are not easy to come by and tend to sell for quite a bit more than the regular printing. Luckily, Marvel is rewarding True Believers with another chance to get their hands on some of these stunning homages with the Hip-Hop Variant Sampler. On January 6, you can grab this absolutely free sampler that includes 14 of the most popular Hip-Hop Variants at your local comic shop.

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The Hip-Hop Variant Sampler features the following Hip-Hop Variants:

Invincible Iron Man #1 by Brian Stelfreeze
Doctor Strange #1 by Juan Doe
Ms. Marvel #1 by Jenny Frison
Extraordinary X-Men #1 by Sanford Greene
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 by Jeffrey Veregge
All-New, All-Different Avengers #1 by Jim Cheung
Amazing Spider-Man #1 by Mike Del Mundo
Contest of Champions #1 by Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz
Vision #1 by Vanesa Del Ray
All-New X-Men #1 by Ed Piskor
Web Warriors #1 by Damion Scott
All-New Inhumans #1 by Marco D’Alfonso
All-New Wolverine #1 by Keron Grant
Captain America: Sam Wilson #1 by Mahmud Asrar

Considering there was more than 50 covers in the series and almost as many artists, we wouldn’t be surprised if Marvel ended putting out an art book collecting all the covers; possibly even the original sketches.

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