Courtesy of Marvel comics, get your first look at Free Comic Book Day's IRON MAN: SUPERNOVA!Marvel is proud to unveil your first look at Iron Man: SuperNova, Marvel’s all-ages Free Comic Book Day (May 1st) special from fan favorite creators Paul Tobin and Craig Rousseau, with a cover by superstar artist Ed McGuinness! Iron Man and Nova must team up to defeat the Red Ghost, but can the armored billionaire and hot-headed, cosmic-powered teen find a way to save the day together? And, don’t forget, Iron Man: SuperNova is totally free this Saturday in celebration of Free Comic Book Day at your local comic retailer!
“Marvel has always been committed to providing the highest quality all-ages material on Free Comic Book Day,” said David Gabriel, Senior Vice President of Sales & Circulation. “We appreciate the support of all retailers in helping to introduce our great medium to a new generation!”
Marvel encourages all comic book fans to check out the great offerings from all over the industry on Saturday, May 1st, as the historic Free Comic Book Day arrives at your local comic shop! For more information on FCBD, please visit www.freecomicbookday.com
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2010: IRON MAN: SUPERNOVA
Written by PAUL TOBIN
Penciled by CRAIG ROUSSEAU
Cover by ED MCGUINNESS
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