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MAESTRO #1 (Variant Cover) (19 Aug 2020) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Perez
MAESTRO #1 (Variant Cover)
Date:  19 Aug 2020
Cover Price:  $3.99
Publisher: marvel.com

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    writer:  Peter David
    art:  German Peralta
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    Maestro #1 trailer

    posted Jul 16, 2020, 2:35 PM 

    Marvel Entertainment writes:


    MAESTRO #1 (Variant Cover) (Aug 2020)
    Marvel Comics
    How does Earth fall and Maestro rise? What happens to the world’s heroes? And what does fate have in store for Bruce Banner and the Hulk? Find out in MAESTRO #1 when it smashes its way into comic shops this August!


    Thanks to Eric



    Maestro's origin is explored in Maestro #1, coming in August 2020

    posted May 14, 2020, 5:34 PM

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    MAESTRO #1 (Variant Cover) (Aug 2020)
    Marvel Comics
    Maestro's origin is explored in Maestro #1, coming in August 2020. Variant cover by George Perez (originally drawn in March 2012).

    Excerpt from previewsworld.com: “I had no idea that when I first created the Maestro for Future Imperfect, that he would have the kind of popularity and staying power he has now,” recounts Peter David. “Until now, I’ve only been able to allude to his origins, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to explore them in this series, and I can’t wait for fans to see all the artwork that's been coming in!”



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