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Rob Liefeld's MAJOR X #1 Returns With Variant Cover

Following the sell-outs of MAJOR X #1 AND MAJOR X #2 ahead of their releases, Marvel is excited to announce that ahead of its release on May 1st 2019, MAJOR X #3 has sold out and will return for a second printing. In addition, MAJOR X #1 has sold out its second printing and will return for a third printing with a third printing cover and an exclusive 1 in 25 Variant cover from MAJOR X creator Rob Liefeld.

“In over 30 years of producing comic books, I’ve never seen anything like this. I’ve never had three books completely sell out before fans get a chance to experience them! The fan reaction to Major X has been nothing short of the most overwhelming experience in my career. They inundate me with their enjoyment and enthusiasm of the book and the new characters. I’ve never seen so many fan sketches as I have for Major X. I am humbled and inspired by this reception. I promise you, with three issues left, the best is yet to come. The work on issue #3 by my long time friend and peer, Whilce Portacio, underscores the excitement we are all having bring Major X to you! We are celebrating by giving you brand new covers on our additional printings! “


Check out the second printing cover for MAJOR X #3, third printing cover and exclusive 1 in 25 Variant cover for MAJOR X #1 and pick up MAJOR X in Comic shops now!


MAJOR X #3

Written ROB LIEFELD

Art by WHILCE PORTACIO

Cover by ROB LIEFELD & ROMULO FAJARDO JR.

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