First Look: BOOM!'s 'Stan Lee Presents' covers for April

Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, we're pleased to bring you another round of exclusive cover reveals for BOOM!'s April shipping titles -- this time for the Stan Lee Presents titles. You can also check out BOOM!'s Irredeemable and Incorruptible covers for April, and their Disney Afternoon + Insurrection v3.6 covers, if you missed them earlier today.

All the covers and solicitation info for each book can be found after the jump.


STAN LEE’S SOLDIER ZERO #7Written By: Paul Cornell, Dan Abnett, Andy LanningDrawn By: Javier PinaCover A: Kalman AndrasofszkyCover B: Mitch GeradsShipping in: April

Stan Lee’s bestselling series marches on with Paul Cornell, Dan Abnett, and Andy Lanning leading the charge! Soldier Zero is wrongly labeled a menace to society and it’s up to Stewart to clear the name of his alter ego. But will it prove to be too much for him? Find out the answers, true believers, in this issue of Stan Lee’s SOLDIER ZERO!

STAN LEE’S THE TRAVELER #6Written By: Mark WaidDrawn By: Chad HardinCover A: Scott ClarkCover B: Chad HardinShipping in: April

Stan Lee and Mark Waid continue their critically acclaimed time-traveling tour de force! Following the events of last issue, the Traveler becomes the prisoner of Anachronopolis, an otherworldly city where the past and future overlap. More twists and turns through time as revelations about the mysterious Traveler are revealed!

STAN LEE’S STARBORN #5Author(s): Chris RobersonArtist(s): Khary RandolphCover Artist(s): A:Humberto Ramos, B: Matteo Scalera

BRAND NEW ARC! Stan Lee continues his epic sci-fi superhero series with New York Times bestselling author Chris Roberson and Khary Randolph. This jumping on point is perfect for new readers to experience what everyone is talking about, as the space action-adventure thrill ride continues. Benjamin boldly journeys into the universe with his great protector, Tara, and his newest cohort, General Talon —all determined to return to Benjamin’s homeworld. This issue is not to be missed as Stan Lee’s red-hot series continues to be NOT OF THIS WORLD!

(Thanks again to Chip and Ivan!)

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