Uncanny Avengers #2 cover by John Cassaday revealed
Former Oklahoman John Cassaday is the artist for the “Uncanny Avengers,” from the Marvel NOW! relaunch. The second issue cover has been revealed by Marvel. Cassaday is joined by writer Rick Remender.
Here’s how Marvel describes the series:
From the ashes of Avengers VS. X-Men an all-new, all-different Avengers assemble – enter the Uncanny Avengers! From the blockbuster creative team of Rick Remender & John Cassaday, Captain America and Wolverine begin a quest to create a sanctioned Avengers unit cast from the ranks of the Avengers and the X-Men. This November in Uncanny Avengers #2, the Red Skull makes a movie that transforms him into the most powerful man on Earth! And with anti-mutant sentiment at an all-time high, it will be up to Captain America, Wolverine, Havok, Thor, Rogue, and the Scarlet Witch to take down the Skull and his S-Men!
Each “Uncanny Avengers” issue will include a free digital copy via the Marvel Comics app and additional content via Marvel’s AR app. “Uncanny Avengers” launches in October, the second issue will follow in November.
- Matt Price
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