EXCLUSIVE: Weaver Interlocks Hickman's "Avengers" Antagonists

A lot has changed since Jonathan Hickman's first issue of "Avengers" hit as a part of the Marvel NOW! launch. The Avengers have gone through a galactic conflict in "Infinity" and added even more members to their lengthy roster -- and to illustrate these changes, Marvel has commissioned Dustin Weaver for another round of interlocking "Avengers" covers, this time for "Avengers" #25, #26 and #27 that continue Weaver's massive piece of art from "Avengers" #1, #2 and #3.

While Smasher, Shang Chi, Ex Nihilo, Abyss and Hyperion all appear on Weaver's covers, it's the villain roster that gets the spotlight this time around. Thanos and his "Infinity" generals -- The Black Order -- which includes Corvus Glaive, Black Dwarf, Ebony Maw, Supergiant and Proxima Midnight, also feature on the cover.

Check out Weaver's new interlocking covers below, as well as the covers combined with Weaver's original interlocked image for "Avengers" #1, #2 and #3.

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