Last year, Marvel released a line of variant covers for their comic books featuring cosplayers. It was a smart way to sort of give back to cosplayers, since those who dress up as comic book characters put a lot of time and love into crafting their ensembles. It usually comes from the love of the franchise. Marvel announced at San Diego Comic-Con that they’re going to do it again for 15 titles with a batch coming this October and November, including:
A-Force #9 Cosplay Variant by Crystal Melton. Photo by Judith Stephens
A-Force #10 Cosplay Variant by Corrine Vitek. Photo by Judith Stephens
Patsy Walker a.k.a. Hellcat! #11 Cosplay Variant by DJ Spider. Photo by Judith Stephens
The Punisher #6 Cosplay Variant by Mike Powell. Photo by Judith Stephens
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