EXCLUSIVE: Bodies Fall In Geof Darrow's "Hit-Girl" #4 Variant

Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s beloved foul-mouthed ultra-violent vigilante Hit-Girl continues her solo miniseries under Marvel's Icon imprint. Much like previous issues of the series, Millar and Romita Jr. continue the trend of bringing other artists onboard for variant covers -- and CBR has an exclusive first look at the upcoming variant cover by Geof Darrow with colors by Peter Doherty for "Hit-Girl" #4.

"Funny, I always just see the book as being drawn by Johnny, but the new editor Jenny Lee actually pitched us on having guest artist on the alternate covers," Millar told CBR in May. "On the regular covers, we'll never have anyone but Johnny, but on the alternates, we've got a great string of guests."

In addition to Darrow, the string of guests for "Hit-Girl" covers so far includes the likes of Jock, Dave Johnson, Phil Noto and Leandro Fernandez.

HIT-GIRL #4 (of 5)


Variant Cover by GEOF DARROW

Sketch Variant Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR & TOM PALMER

Mindy finally gets an ultimatum: No more Hit-Girl or else. But when danger lands on her doorstep, Hit-Girl may face her biggest challenge yet: not spilling blood on the living room carpet. Meanwhile, Red Mist lives out his Bruce Wayne fantasy abroad. A limited edition variant by Geof Darrow will be released for this issue.

32 PGS./Mature ...$2.99

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