Marvel Comics Unveils Covers To STRANGE TALES #2

Mon, July 13th, 2009 at 8:28am PDT

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Marvel is pleased to unveil the incredible covers to Strange Tales #2. Featuring the talents of Peter Bagge, Max Cannon, Jacob Chabot , Jonathan Hickman, R. Kikuo Johnson, Matt Kindt, Michael Kupperman, Tony Millionaire and Jim Rugg presenting Marvel’s greatest heroes like you’ve never seen before, it’s no surprise that everyone’s talking about Strange Tales! The second issue of this landmark Marvel Knights series features two covers—one starring the green Hulk and one starring the red Hulk, both by the iconic Peter Bagge! And did we mention it’s 48 pages with no ads?

"The tremendous amount of creative energy that these incredible talents have brought to bear on their individual contributions has made for some of the most fun Marvel stories ever told,” said series editor Jody LeHeup. “The quality of their work simply cannot be overstated. And with issue two we have even more of it to share with the world. All the creators involved have poured their passion for these characters onto every page and the end result is nothing short of amazing. I cannot wait for this book to be in stores so everyone else can be as excited about this project as all of us are.”

Now’s your chance to experience the Marvel Universe through the eyes of the best and brightest indie talents! Don’t miss Strange Tales #2 this October!

STRANGE TALES #2 (of 3)
Stories and Art by PETER BAGGE, MAX CANNON, JACOB CHABOT , JONATHAN HICKMAN, R. KIKUO Johnson, MATT KINDT, MICHAEL KUPPERMAN, TONY MILLIONAIRE and JIM RUGG
Cover by Peter bagge
Red Hulk Variant Cover by PETER BAGGE
Explicit Content …$4.99
ON SALE IN OCTOBER

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