Marvel's "Wolverine"/"1985"/"Fantastic Four" crossover schedule released

Thu, May 29th, 2008 at 7:54am PDT | Updated: May 29th, 2008 at 7:55am

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Official Press Release

Three universes collide this year during writer Mark Millar’s run on exciting Marvel titles. Beginning with his newest epic tale, 1985, Millar lays down the foundation for things to come as Marvel: 1985, FANTASTIC FOUR and WOLVERINE all intertwine in a very big way. After his run on Ultimates, and his unforgettable blockbuster Civil War, Millar explores remote and familiar corners of the Marvel Universe in ways that only the man behind such past blockbuster series could. Watch as these stories come to life with the help of long time Ultimates collaborator Bryan Hitch, Civil War’s Steve McNiven, and renowned film and comic artist Tommy Lee Edwards.

Don’t miss Marvel 1985 #1, on-sale now!

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Marvel 1985 #1

Marvel 1985 #2
Fantastic Four #558
Wolverine #66

Marvel 1985 #3
Fantastic Four #559
Wolverine #67

Marvel 1985 #3
Fantastic Four #560
Wolverine #68

Marvel 1985 # 4
Fantastic Four #561
Wolverine #69

Marvel 1985 #5
Fantastic Four #562
Wolverine #70

Marvel 1985 #6
Fantastic Four #563
Wolverine #71

Fantastic Four Holiday Special
Wolverine #72

MARVEL 1985 #2 (of 6) (APR082276)
Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by TOMMY LEE EDWARDS
Rated T+ …$3.99
FOC-5/29/08, On-Sale-6/18/08

WOLVERINE #66 (APR082319)
Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Wraparound Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Variant Cover by MICHAEL TURNER
Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC-5/29/08, On-Sale-6/18/08

Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by BRYAN HITCH
Rated T+ …$2.99
FOC-5/29/08, On-Sale-6/18/08

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