To commemorate the release of January's "U.S.Avengers" #1 by Al Ewing and Paco Medina, Marvel Comics is releasing 53 variant covers that will designate each U.S. state -- in addition to Canada and Puerto Rico -- an Avenger. The publisher has now revealed its covers for the Canada and Texas variants by Rod Reis, which feature Deadpool and Firebird, respectively.
Take a look at the newly revealed "U.S.Avengers" #1 variants below:
“U.S. Avengers” follows the rise of a retooled A.I.M. -- a former enemy entity that used super science to advance its villainous power -- now structured as a super-spy organization that oversees national security.
Ewing told CBR of the new series, "the U.S. is going to be relying much more on their own secret agencies — the C.I.A., the N.S.A, and A.I.M., which will be handling the more outrageous elements.”
He also teased, "Naturally, S.H.I.E.L.D. and their sympathizers within the government will be watching to see the new kids screw up.”
"U.S.Avengers" #1 hits stands on January 4, 2017.