Marvels #3

2nd Print ⋅ Marvel ⋅ 1994

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Cover Artist

Alex Ross


March 1994


"Judgment Day" Written by Kurt Busiek and painted by Alex Ross, Marvels is a four-issue miniseries. It focuses on the thoughts of a news photographer named Phil Sheldon, and therefore shows Marvel's history through his eyes, and the eyes of the public. "I was at the heart of it all. What I couldn't see with my own eyes, I could hear in the buzz around me - and then, I didn't see the point anymore. Who cared about tomorrow's edition." "Odds were, there wasn't going to be one." GALACTUS! You're on your lunch hour and the news comes over the radio. A gigantic armored figure has appeared on the Baxter Building and announced he's going to destroy the world. The Fantastic Four battled him - and lost. What do you do now? MARVELS Experience the Marvel Universe from a whole new perspective. Yours. The second printing cover does not have an acetate overlay double cover like the original.

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