Firs off, the awesome the artist line-up for this event, which was first announced during New York Comic-Con this year, includes Katie Cook for Ant-Man #3; Stephanie Hans for Thor #6; Jill Thompson for Inhuman #13; Vanesa del Ray for Black Widow #16; Sarah Pichelli for Ms Marvel #13; Stacey Lee for Uncanny X-Men #33; Faith Erin Hicks for X-Men #39; Erica Henderson for #Guardians of the Galaxy #25; Afua Richardson for All-New Hawkeye #1; Ming Doyle for Amazing Spider-Man #16; Janet Lee for Rocket Raccoon #9; Colleen Doran for S.H.I.E.L.D. #4; and yet to be announced artists for Deadpool #43, Captain Marvel #13, Uncanny Avengers #3, New Avengers #31, Avengers #42, All-New Captain America #5, Superior Iron Man #6, and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #3.
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