Marvel Comics is releasing FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2021: AVENGERS/HULK and FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2021: SPIDER-MAN/VENOM at participating comic shops on August 14th.
The press release follows:
Media Release — This Saturday, celebrate Free Comic Book Day by diving into some of the biggest stories to come in Marvel Comics!
Readers can stop by their local comic shop for FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2021: AVENGERS/HULK and FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2021: SPIDER-MAN/VENOM, featuring new stories that kick off the upcoming eras of fan-favorite heroes and lay the groundwork for major new storylines.
The new creative team behind Amazing Spider-Man is about to take the Spider-Man mythos beyond your wildest expectations! Get a first look at Ben Reilly as the new Spider-Man in a story by writer Zeb Wells and artist Patrick Gleason. Then, see what’s in store for Venom when Ram V., Al Ewing, and Bryan Hitch take over in a glimpse that will show you just how twisted their upcoming run will be!
Writer Donny Cates and artist Ryan Ottley’s epic plans for Hulk start here in a story that will reveal the incredible new direction the team will take Bruce Banner! And Jason Aaron teams up with Iban Coello to present the dangerous new threat that the Avengers will face in the next arc of his hit Avengers run!
Don’t miss the chance to pick up these extraordinary one-shots when they arrive at local comic shops nationwide on August 14! For more information, visit Marvel.com.
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2021: AVENGERS/HULK #1
Written by JASON AARON & DONNY CATES
Art by IBAN COELLO & RYAN OTTLEY
Cover by RYAN OTTLEY & FRANK MARTIN
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2021: SPIDER-MAN/VENOM #1
Written by ZEB WELLS, RAM V. & AL EWING
Art by PATRICK GLEASON & BRYAN HITCH
Cover by PATRICK GLEASON & ALEJANDRO SANCHEZ
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