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Exclusive: Marvel comics reveal more New York-themed covers

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Nick Leftley
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Marvel announced last week that they're paying homage to the greatest city in the world with a series of 15 variant covers, showing their characters adventuring—or in some cases, relaxing—all around NYC. The covers will be released in May, but before that comes April's "What The Duck?" month, featuring 20 covers starring Marvel's original fourth wall-breaker (sorry, Deadpool) Howard the Duck. The star of his own (terrible, terrible) 1986 movie made a surprise cameo in the post-credit sequence of last year's smash hit Guardians of the Galaxy, and you'll be seeing a lot more of him this year. We're excited to be the first publication to reveal two of the covers that bridge the gap: the first, Inhumans #14 [above], shows Howard reimagined as Banksy-style graffiti art in a New York alley, while the second, All-New X-Men #41 [below] shows Howard being attacked by what appears to be Lockheed the dragon in Central Park.

All-New X-Men #41 by Shawn Crystal

All-New X-Men #41 by Shawn Crystal

Below, you can see some of the other covers being released for Marvel's celebration of New York, featuring the likes of Ant-Man, Daredevil, and the Incredible Hulk proving that everyone loves Central Park.   

Hulk by Matthieu Forichon

Hulk by Matthieu Forichon

S.H.I.E.L.D. by Mike Perkins

S.H.I.E.L.D. by Mike Perkins

Daredevil by Alex Maleev

Daredevil by Alex Maleev

Spider-Gwen cover by Mark Brooks

Spider-Gwen cover by Mark Brooks

Ant-Man by Mico Suayan

Ant-Man by Mico Suayan

Guardians of the Galaxy by Nick Bradshaw

Guardians of the Galaxy by Nick Bradshaw

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