Marvel releases all ten covers for INFERNO #4

by Charles LePage

INFERNO2021004_DEKAL_variant-197x300 Marvel releases all ten covers for INFERNO #4The dramatic conclusion of Jonathan Hickman’s X-Men run is captured in the ten covers for INFERNO #4.

The press release follows:

Media Release — This January, Jonathan Hickman’s transformative work on the X-Men mythos comes to end in INFERNO #4. The climactic finale of this highly anticipated limited series will reunite Hickman with artist Valerio Schiti as they team up to put some of mutantkind’s biggest mysteries to rest.

Since the groundbreaking 2019 series House of X and Powers of X, Hickman has reshaped the X-Men franchise and ushered in one of its boldest eras yet. The foundation Hickman built will live on but INFERNO will deliver much anticipated resolutions to some of Krakoa’s long-running plotlines. Fans will see the final outcome to Mystique’s heartbreaking quest to be reunited with Destiny, more revelations from the past lives of Moira MacTaggert, untold secrets behind the very founding of Krakoa, and more all while the unstoppable threat Nimrod finally makes his move.

Check out covers below by superstar artists including Pepe Larraz, Peach Momoko, and Jerome Opeña and don’t miss Hickman’s epic X-Men swansong when INFERNO #4 hits stands on January 5. For more information, visit

Retailers, don’t forget to order your copies of INFERNO #1 by Monday, November 15!




Variant Cover by PEPE LARRAZ
Variant Cover by DAVI GO
Variant Cover by JEFF DEKAL
Variant Cover by PEACH MOMOKO
Variant Cover by IBAN COELLO
Variant Cover by DAVID BALDEÓN
Variant Cover by OSCAR VEGA
Foreshadow Variant Cover by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI
Hidden Gem Variant Cover by UDON

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