Marvel takes us into Infinity on Free Comic Book Day

5 02 2013

February has just begun and  March’s Age of Ultron event is still a month away but that hasn’t stopped Marvel from giving us a small teaser on what’s to come after Age of Ultron.  With the arrival of Free Comic Book Day in May, Marvel will give us a brief glimpse at its next event in the book FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2013: INFINITY by the creative team of  writer Jonathan Hickman (Avengers, Fantastic Four)  and artist Jim Cheung (Young Avengers, New Avengers: Illuminati)

Check out the teaser image and what Marvel has to say about the next big threat below:

The biggest super heroes in comics today: the Avengers, X-Men, Guardians of the Galaxy, Fantastic Four, Inhumans, Superior Spider-Man and more!The most dangerous threat in the Marvel Universe: Thanos!

The grandest Marvel Comics event of all time: Infinity!

This May for Free Comic Book Day, prepare yourselves for the greatest battle for survival ever waged in the Marvel Universe as Marvel marches towards Infinity! In this all-new story by the blockbuster creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung, witness the opening shots of the war that will be heard around the galaxy. Plus, get a sneak peek behind a major Marvel release that hasn’t been announced yet and relive Thanos’ first solo story.

With the entire Marvel Universe on the brink of intergalactic war, no fan can miss this year’s Free Comic Book Day!

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2013: INFINITY Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN Pencils & Cover by JIM CHUENG ON SALE – MAY 4, 2013!

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