Knull Overtakes These Marvel Heroes In December Covers

Knull is coming. The God of Symbiotes will make his long-dreaded arrival this December in King In Black, the Marvel Comics event that delivers on everything Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman have built up in their groundbreaking run on Venom. To celebrate this epic storyline, readers can see Knullified versions of their favorite Marvel heroes on twisted variant covers coming in December.

These chaotic versions of heroes like Captain America, Thor, and Storm reveal just what happens when Knull’s overwhelming darkness overcomes the Marvel Universe as we know it. See some of these glorious covers below, featuring an all-star artist lineup including Skan, Ken Lashley, Taurin Clark, Iban Coello, and more. Be on the lookout for more Knullified variant covers coming your way and brace yourself for Knull’s impact this December in King In Black.

The cover art follows the jump.

[Based on a press release.]

BLACK CAT #1 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by TAURIN CLARK

BLACK WIDOW #4 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by SKAN

CAPTAIN AMERICA #26 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by JULIAN TOTINO TEDESCO 

CAPTAIN MARVEL #24 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by TRADD MOORE

CONAN THE BARBARIAN #17 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by E.M. GIST

FANTASTIC FOUR #27 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by JUAN FERREYA

GHOST RIDER: RETURN OF VENGEANCE #1 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by KYLE HOTZ

THOR #10 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by KEN LASHLEY

VENOM #31 KNULLIFIED VARIANT by FRANCISCO HERRERA

X-MEN #16 KNULLIFIED VARIANT COVER by IBAN COELLO

7 thoughts on “Knull Overtakes These Marvel Heroes In December Covers

  1. Knull is Swedish for f*ck, so Swedish twitter is having a jolly good time reading about knullified covers.

  2. The Swedish are going to roll all over the floor with laughter when they hear that Knull is conceived as a God. Personally I avoid these kind of words unless they fill a specific purpose, but google translate will make an accurate translation for you. (Ow, shoot…. Hampus beat me to it.)

  3. @Nickpheas: I recall with even greater fondness the days when there were none, just well-written comics with decent artwork.

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