Deadpool Goes Into Motion in September With A 3D Cover

Deadpool Gets His Groove On
With a 3D Motion Cover in September!

Deadpool #34 3D Dancing Variant

Not to be outdone by DC Comics’ motion covers, Deadpool gets his own 3D motion variant cover in September with Deadpool #34.  To throw another jab at DC, Marvel is offering them to retailers at one cover for every 52 regular covers ordered.

 

Press Release

This September, Deadpool’s getting in on all the 3D cover hullabaloo – and today, Marvel is proud to unveil Mark Brooks’ stunning 3D (Dashingly Dancing Deadpool) motion cover variant to DEADPOOL #34! Chart-topping writers Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn along with artist Scott Koblish bring the truth about Deadpool’s past to light as the Merc With a Mouth’s Original Sin adventure comes to its nail-biting conclusion!

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Villains Go Into Motion And Take Over The DC Universe in September 2013

DC Entertainment Announces Villains Month, FOREVER EVIL, and More!

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Press Release

Following the events of this summer’s crossover “Trinity War,” a dark shadow will be cast across the DC Universe.

This September, all of the DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 titles will be replaced by Villains books. What happens when the heroes of the DC Universe fall and there’s nobody left to stop the villains from taking over? Find out this fall during Villain’s Month, which will spotlight 52 of the DC Universe’s biggest rogues in their own one-shots.

“September has always been a big month for us and we look for an opportunity every year in September to do something big that really redefines the line and invites anyone who hasn’t been following comics to step right in,” DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee explained. “We launched the New 52 with all-new continuity and new costumes, Zero Month was all about origins of our heroes, and now the villains are taking over. One of the strengths of the DC Universe has been the strength of the rogues gallery. Often times they’re as famous – if not more infamous – than our heroes.”

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