A-Force #1

    A-Force » A-Force #1 released by Marvel on July 2015.

    Short summary describing this issue.

    last edited by cbishop on 05/13/18 01:41PM View full history

    Marvel’s Mightiest Women finally get their own explosive series!

    In a secluded corner of the Battleworld, an island nation is fiercely protected by a team of Avengers the likes of which has only ever been glimpsed before…

    Fighting to protect the small sliver of their world that’s left, the Amazing A-FORCE stands shoulder-to-shoulder, ready to take on the horde!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverJim Cheung & Laura Martin1
    VarInhumans 50th Anniversary Variant CoverAdam Hughes2
    VarVariant CoverRussell Dauterman & Matt Wilson3
    VarVariant CoverStephanie Hans4
    VarVariant CoverJorge Molina5
    VarVariant CoverSkottie Young6
    VarBlank Variant CoverNone7
    VarVariant CoverShane Davis & Jesus AburtovMissing
    REBAM!/2nd & Charles Exclusive CoverSiya Oum8
    REMidtown Comics Exclusive CoverSara Pichelli & Edgar Delgado9

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    A-Force #1 Written by Marguerite Bennet & G. Willow Wilson, Penciler Jorge Molina, who is also credited with inks along with Craig Yeung, and colors provided by Laura Martin and Matt Milla, Letters by VC’s Cory Petit. Before it came out, A-Force was getting a lot of coverage. Originally revealed on the Huffington Post, after apparently getting bumped from The View, exposed the book to a larger and different audience than the typical comic book blogroll. The title features the creative ...

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