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Marvel Unveils New Quartet Of NYC-Themed Variants

New York Post and New York Daily News have unveiled a handful of Marvel's upcoming NYC-themed variant covers. A total of 15 covers, described as a love letter to the publisher's hometown, will ship in the month of May on titles ranging from "Howard the Duck" and "All-New Hawkeye" to "Uncanny X-Men" and "Amazing Spider-Man."

"New York has always been home for the Marvel Universe," said Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso to The Post. "We were born here 75 years ago. We're proud to be New Yorkers and we just thought that this was a way to underscore that."

Marvel debuted this initiative -- as well as a quartet of covers -- back in February with a piece in the New York Times. The new reveals include covers for "All-New Hawkeye" by Pasqual Ferry, "Howard the Duck" by Bobby Rubio, "Spider-Gwen" by Mark Brooks and "Guardians of the Galaxy" by Nick Bradshaw. You can check out the four new covers, as well as three of the previously released ones, below.

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