Following on from the Aspen / DC comics team up which brought back some previously unseen work from Michael Turner for the Batmn Rebirth #1 cover Aspen are now working with Marvel on one of their most awesome covers in years. It’s a shame these exclusives are limited to 3000 copies, I think on general release these could sell out 100k+ copies.
Marvel Comics and Aspen Comics have teamed up to present a never-before-used Michael Turner cover for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man #15, colored by superstar colorist Peter Steigerwald (Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade), limited to 3000 copies, exclusively available for pre-order starting today on June 21st on www.AspenStore.com at 12:00 P.M. (Eastern).
In addition to the all-new colored cover, Aspen Comics will also be offering a special Amazing Spider-Man #15 Michael Turner black and white Artist Edition, limited to 1,500 copies.
Aspen strongly recommends purchasing the Amazing Spider-Man #15 AspenStore.com exclusive covers early as their most recent AspenStore.com exclusive variant sold out within hours.
Michael Turner and Aspen Comics collaborated with Marvel Comics before the legendary artist’s passing, creating a sought-after collection of rare Marvel Comics covers in existence such as Marvel’s Civil War, World Word Hulk, X-Men, Savage Wolverine, Fallen Son, Ultimate X, and more, marking this as the first released cover since 2007.
Amazing Spider-Man #15 is written by Dan Slott with art by Giuseppe Camuncolil and concludes the “Power Play” storyline. The book is in stores July 6th, 2016.
The Aspen Comics exclusive Amazing Spider-Man #15 variant cover is exclusively sold on www.AspenStore.com as well as limited quantities that will be made available at Comic Con International: San Diego 2016 at the Aspen Comics Booth #2321. Aspen strongly recommends arriving early to the Aspen Comics Booth to purchase these special edition exclusives.
Posted by Adi Mursec on June 21, 2016
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