Women of Marvel Djurdjevic variants

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Marvel Comics is celebrating the women of their publishing line this year with a series of Women of Marvel promotions. In a similar manner to their 70th anniversary celebration in 2009, Marvel is releasing a year long series of variant covers on selected titles. Last year’s cover variants were created by one of their top artists, Marko Djurdjevic (check them out here). The 2010 Women of Marvel covers are being provided by Marko’s wife Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic. While these images are equally stunning, they do not appear to be shipping on the same schedule as last years books. Many are covers for limited series rather than regular titles and this may be interfering with them being released monthly. Regardless, the real shame is that these books aren’t really showing up on the shelves for people to enjoy.

A number of these books have already shipped this year and a handful more are scheduled throughout the Fall. It’s unclear what the total number will be, but I’m looking forward to seeing who else is chosen for inclusion in the set.

The following issues feature Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic Women of Marvel variant covers:

  • Amazing Spider-Man #640
  • Atlas #1
  • Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #1
  • Black Widow #1
  • Doomwar #1
  • Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks #1
  • Fantastic Four #575
  • Generation Hope #2
  • Hawkeye and Mockingbird #1
  • Secret Avengers #6
  • Spider-Girl #1
  • X-23 #1
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  • VenomZ302 said,

    I’m not sure if this is the final set, but there will be at least 12 of these variants. It appears the two you’re missing are Spider-Girl #1 (Spider-Girl) and Generation of Hope #2 (Hope, I think is her name).

    It will be interesting to see if they release any more than 12.

  • ptb said,

    You’re absolutely right about the remaining covers from this set. The final two books are scheduled to ship in November and December. We’ve been updating this post as they’re released.

    The character featured on the cover to Generation Hope #2 is indeed named Hope.

  • KevinMLD said,

    Is it just me or are the poses for Mockingbird and Scarlet Witch basically identical? (I know the legs are slightly different… And yet they’re not.

  • ptb said,

    HAHA! They are very similar, but the limbs are reversed (i.e. right leg up in one, left leg up in the other).

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