Image Comics has revealed an upcoming cover variant for PhenomX # 1, the new series from co-writer John Leguizamo who also happens to star in the film and Broadway. Announced in August, the new series is slated for release on November 10 with writing by Leguizamo, Aram Rappaport and Joe Miciak with illustrations by Chris Batista.

For every 250 PhenomX # 1 issues ordered, retailers will be able to order five incentive covers of PhenomX # 1 by Muñiz and a hand signed John Leguizamo PhenomX # 1 McFarlane artwork incentive cover.


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Check out the 1: 250 copy incentive variant of PhenomX # 1 by Todd McFarlane below.

Image also offers a PhenomX # 1 The black and white version of Cover A by Jim Muñiz will be available in 1:10 scale.

Additionally, a black and white version of Jim Muñiz's cover A will be available for a PhenomX # 1 1:10 incentive copy.

For more on this news, read the official press release below.

PORTLAND, Oregon 10/13/2021 – John Leguizamo, Image Comics and Todd McFarlane Productions are delighted to announce two exciting incentive variations for PhenomX # 1.

Broadway and movie star Leguizamo launches highly anticipated comic PhenomX this november. Leguizamo delivered a memorable performance as Spawn’s nemesis, The Clown.

Leguizamo himself, will hand-sign each incentive variant in the 1: 250 copy of PhenomX # 1 which will feature cover art by legendary artist Todd McFarlane.

In addition, a PhenomX # 1 The black and white version of Cover A by Jim Muñiz will be available in 1:10 scale.

For every 250 PhenomX # 1 issues ordered, retailers will be able to order five incentive covers of PhenomX # 1 by Muñiz and a hand signed John Leguizamo PhenomX # 1 McFarlane artwork incentive cover.

A multi-time Emmy and Tony award-winning actor and Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominee, Leguizamo is considered Broadway’s most prolific modern playwright with six hit shows. He made history with Los Angeles’ most lucrative solo play, and his narration was critically acclaimed and celebrated by audiences.

The first issue is an extra-long comic with a cover of Spawn creator Todd McFarlane. PhenomX focuses on the character, Max Gomez, who has been wrongly imprisoned and is desperate to regain his freedom, and Max agrees to become a subject in a clandestine government experiment. When the lawsuit gives him phenomenal shape-shifting abilities, Gomez learns that his newfound “freedom” requires surviving an overpowered war waged on the streets of New York.

The all-Latino creative team that launches the series includes writers Leguizamo, Aram Rappaport, Joe Miciak, Damian Slattery, artist Chris Batista, cover artists Jim Muñiz, José Marzán, Jr. and Juan Fernández, the inker Sabrina Cintron, colorist Chris Sotomayor and editor and creative director, Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez.

PhenomX # 1 will be available atcomic book storesand digital platforms, including Amazon, Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play, on Wednesday, November 10 (SRP $ 6.99).

The final order deadline for PhenomX # 1 for comic book retailers, it’s Monday October 18:

ABOUT JOHN LEGUIZAMO
John Leguizamo is an actor, director, producer, playwright, screenwriter, writer and comedian. He rose to fame with a role in Super Mario Bros. (1993) in the role of Luigi. He appeared in the films To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, for whom he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also appeared in Spawn, Moulin Rouge !, Summer of Sam, Chef, John Wick, John Wick: Chapter 2, The Happening, and Romeo + Juliet. He provided the voice work for Sid the Sloth in the commercially successful animated film Ice Age film series (2002-2016). He had a recurring role in emergency and was a series regular on The point of death. He is also known for his role of Ozzy Delvecchio in Line. He has appeared in over 75 films, produced over 10 films, directed 1, and appeared on Broadway in several productions (winning multiple awards including a Tony Award). He was nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards, including one in 1999 for his performance in Freak.

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