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Marvel Is Ready To Revive George R.R. Martin’s Superhero Comics Wild Cards
One of the news that made both the fans of Marvel comics and followers of George R.R. Martin’s excitement is the revival of Wild Cards. This epic superhero universe is created by Melinda M. Snodgrass and George R.R. Martin. Marvel decided to revive it and present it as a new series.
Is The Wild Cards Going To Be Epic?
George R.R. Martin’s legendary Wild Cards universe comes to Marvel Comics in a new series! Learn more: https://t.co/Omwq3DZFcQ pic.twitter.com/0IDYcbEtOA
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) February 18, 2022
There are many fans available who already know about this comic. After hearing that a comic like this will be produced by Marvel is just making things more exciting. Wild Cards is a very good and mind-blowing superhero universe for people who don’t know.
It is made with short stories and prose novels by George R.R. Martin and Snodgrass. Apart from that, some other people have also contributed who helped to create the universe, such as Harold Waldrop and Roger Zelazny.
The story includes a virus named “Wild Card” that is spreading through Earth randomly. People who have been affected gain one of the three abilities, such as Joker, Ace, and Black Queen. Joker means physical mutations, Ace means superhuman abilities, Black Queen means sudden death.
The plot is very different, and it offers plenty of twists. All the characters, stories, and superpowers will surely make this comic one of the biggest hits of Marvel comics.
When Wild Cards Is Going To Air?
Marvel Comics writer Paul Cornell and amazing artist Mike Hawthrone are working on the project to present Wild Cards from Marvel. They are very excited and happy to recreate the comics and bring them to the fans. Fans will get their hands on the comics very soon. Based on rumors, the first chapter of Marvel’s Wild Cards: The Drawing Of The Cards #1 hit on June 1.
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