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MARVEL FANFARE #10 (Aug 1983) Marvel Comics

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George Pérez
P.Craig Russell
MARVEL FANFARE #10
Date: Aug 1983
Cover Price:  $1.50
Publisher: www.marvel.com

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Includes Brent Anderson portfolio
Reprinted and translated in COLECCIONABLE MARVEL HEROES #22: VIUDA NEGRA: RED DE INTRIGAS (Spain) (Jun 2011), DIE RÄCHER COMIC-TASCHENBUCH #33 (German), MARVEL FANFARE #1 (France) (Oct 1984), GLI INCREDIBILI X-MEN #7 (Italy) (Jan 1991), and SUPERAVENTURAS MARVEL #29 (Brazil) (Nov 1984)

"Widow" (18 pages)
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editors:
Ralph Macchio
George Perez
Brett Breeding
Petra Scotese
Tom Orzechowski
Al Milgrom/Jim Shooter

"How Fear Came" (9 pages)
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editors:
Mary Jo Duffy
Gil Kane
P.Craig Russell
Christie Scheele
Jim Novak
Al Milgrom/Jim Shooter

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    Several of these covers read differently from the others, including two that I would describe as feminist fantasy inversions: the pairing of the Catwoman cover alongside the one George Perez did of Black Widow from a 1983 Marvel Fanfare. Those covers depict worlds in which the women are in the dominant positions. Black Widow is really carrying the day in the your version of the cover, so the book varies its perspective in that regard, even if Trump comes out on top most of the time.

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    Because Marvel did come to their senses regarding Jon Favreau, and he’s busy working on Iron Man II right now. Which may include The Black Widow. I love me some Black Widow. I used to trace, or try-to-draw-freehand-while-looking-at-the-original, covers from the George Perez Marvel Fanfare series on the Black Widow all the time. 

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