Marvel Announces Year-Long Series of Captain America Variants By Jim Steranko

Continuing its celebration of Captain America's 75th Anniversary and of one of the artists who helped reinvent the icon, Marvel Comics today announced that its series of Cap variant covers by Jim Steranko would extend throughout the rest of 2016.

Already appearing on titles like "Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill," the classic version of Steve Rogers will continue to grace Marvel titles including both current Captain America series, "Civil War II," "Uncanny Avengers" and "Black Panther."

"Five decades ago, Steranko threw pop art, surrealism and graphic design into a blender, and forever changed the way we tell comic book stories," Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso said in a statement. "He was way ahead of his time back then, and he's every bit as relevant now."

"Jim Steranko is one of the grand masters of comic book graphics, and Captain America remains his favorite character, so it's a true pleasure to have him contribute a series of new never-before-seen images to help celebrate Cap's 75th anniversary," Marvel SVP and Executive Editor, Tom Brevoort added.

Check out all the current and completed variants below.

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