Jeffrey Veregge Brings His Iconic Art To Heroes Reborn Covers

This May, fans will be presented with a new vision of the Marvel Universe in Heroes Reborn. Crafted by super hero masterminds writer Jason Aaron and artist Ed McGuiness, this series will present a world without the Avengers where the Squadron Supreme had to rise up to take their place.

To celebrate this grand venture into a new age, Marvel will debut a new series of variant covers by artist and writer Jeffrey Veregge on each issue of Heroes Reborn , giving readers a unique view of the new Marvel Universe with depictions of Hyperion, Blur, Doctor Spectrum, and more in Veregge’s iconic Formline style.

“My first real encounter with Squadron Supreme as a reader came back in the late 90’s with the immortal storytellers Kurt Busiek and George Perez and their run on the Avengers. Knowing all who have worked with these characters before me and the history of Squadron Supreme made this opportunity truly special,” Veregge said. “Being able to share their stories in the same spirit and voice as my ancestors for today’s audience is not only an honor as a Native American storyteller, but as a comic book fan as well.”

The variant cover art follows the jump.

[Based on a press release.]

Heroes Reborn #1; Written By Jason Aaron; Art By Ed Mcguinness; Variant Cover By Jeffrey Veregge; On Sale 5/5

 Heroes Reborn #2; Written By Jason Aaron; Art By Dale Keown & Ed Mcguinness; Variant Cover By Jeffrey Veregge; On Sale 5/12

Heroes Reborn #3; Written By Jason Aaron; Art By Federico Vicentini & Ed Mcguinness; Variant Cover By Jeffrey Veregge; On Sale 5/19

 Heroes Reborn #4; Written By Jason Aaron; Art By James Stokoe & Ed Mcguinness; Variant Cover By Jeffrey Veregge; On Sale 5/26

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